February weather and where to go
As with January, February in Kenya offers a relatively dry, clear climate suited to game drives and coastal diving.
February, in fact, experiences the lowest levels of precipitation in the Masai Mara of all the whole year, with only around three days of rain. Due to this, the chances of spotting the wildlife at the watering holes is higher, perhaps you’ll be lucky enough to see a herd of elephants playing in the water or a crocodile basking in the sun. Add to this the grazed-down grasses of the plains and you’re on to a winner.
This does mean, however, that some of the parks are at their busiest, but we use guides and lodges who are experts at ensuring you have the very best experience possible and can head to some real hidden gems to get a little more privacy, and an all-round quieter experience.