• Kenya Wildlife Safari

Kenya Safari Parks

Widely known as the ‘home of the safari’, Kenya’s has long welcomed visitors to experience its incredible wildlife and has a vast network of 54 national parks and game reserves to its name, all of which are jewels in its sparkling crown. These parks and attractions vary in both scale and infamy, from the popular and world-renowned Masai Mara National Park and its excellent Big Five game viewing to the more untamed wilderness terrain and less developed Meru National Park.

This means that whatever your inclination and budget we can find the right area for you to complete your African safari experience in the ultimate traditional safari destination. Here you will find information on the various national parks where you can learn more about what you can expect in each area.

Kenya is the ultimate safari destinations, explore below some of our favourite parks and concessions.

Where to go if you want to see...

Big Cats: the big African cats can be found throughout the reserves of Kenya, aside from the Mara, we like Meru National Park.

Great Migration: the great migration can be seen only in Tanzania’s Serengeti, and the Masai Mara in Kenya.

Black and White Rhino: the Laikipia Plateau is home to 10% of Kenya’s black rhino population and Ol Pejeta Conservancy is seeing a big increase in populations.

Wild Dogs: in Laikipia two packs have had a wild dog collared in order making it possible to track them and catch sight of these dogs that were nearly hunted to extinction. Avoid the rainy season months of April, May and November.

Wildlife and Beach Combos: if you want to mix up your wildlife and beach safari; you can head to the Kenyan Coast, or even to the beautiful spice island of Zanzibar

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PARKS AND ATTRACTIONS OF KENYA

Kenya safari: elephant close up

Amboseli National Park

Set to an infamous backdrop of Mt Kilimanjaro, Amboseli National Park has good quality game viewing all year round.

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Funzi Keys, Kenya

Kenyan Coast

The Kenyan coastline is a stunning place to relax following your safari with a variety of boutique properties available.

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Lewa Safari Camp, Kenya

Laikipia Plateau

The vast Laikipia Plateau split into private conservancies home to some of the best wildlife in Kenya.

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African leopard safari

Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha offers a stunning spot to relax either before or after your safari. Hells Gate National Park is also close by providing hiking options.

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Black rhino

Lake Nakuru

Blanketed by pink flamingoes Lake Nakuru is a highlight of anyone's trip as you watch these birds move in unison.

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Kenya safari: archery

MAsai Mara and Conservancies

The Masai Mara is home to the thundering wildebeest migration and world class predator sightings.

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African lion cubs

Meru National Park

A remote and rugged park of Elsa the lion fame, Meru National Park was the catalyst for the renowned novel, Born Free.

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Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park is Kenya's first national park and whilst not brimming with game it is still home to a variety of wildlife.

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Giraffe, Tanzania

TsAVo National Park

Tsvao National Park encompasses a vast wilderness split into east and west with a beautifully contrasting topography.

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