Kenya is a great safari destination where millions of tourists visit every single year. T6 Choosing when to visit Kenya is a great decision for tourists to make, however, there is no definite time that is best suitable for visiting Kenya. This is because one person’s ideal weather can be another person’s disappointment. The dry season is generally the best time since there are very many days with high temperatures and low chances of rain.
During the dry season, the roads are also very passable making the parks easily reachable. The grass in the parks is also short which makes viewing easy, photography clear, and therefore great memories on a wildlife game drive.
In the rainy season, the rain totals are high which makes it a less preferred time to visit Kenya, however, it is also a good time to visit since there are fewer visitors in the parks allowing you to enjoy the beauty with fewer interruptions. This is a great time to visit for budget travelers. The peak months with heavy rains are in March, April, and May.
From July to November is the best time to see the wildebeest in Masai Mara Game Reserve.
East Africa is a natural favorite for African safari first-timers and Kenya with its very efficient tourist infrastructure and a dazzling choice of camps and lodges makes it a must-visit. Here are some of the top ideas for tours to Kenya.
Safaris in Kenya can be cost-effective but depending on what you choose for your trip. Budget safari holidays help to keep the whole cost affordable and are a good way to see much more. To travel budget, choose to travel by road rather than flight though this is not mandatory. Kenya has a very efficient tourism transport sector and therefore easy to take flights between destinations. The travel vans have open roofs that are used for open game viewing during game drives.
Though traveling by road is considered affordable, transfers by chartered flights help cut log road journeys between parks. Light aircraft help reduce the long hours spent on drives and therefore give more time to be spent in the parks. Flights also offer amazing ariel views of the wildlife below and the scenic landscape.
Kenya has such amazing hotels and lodges crafted to offer the best of hospitality and comfort during the safari. However, choosing to go camping for part of your Kenya safari is such an authentic way of experiencing the wild. Camping is such a wild experience that gives you a closer feeling of the wild and also flexibility.
In most cases, safari game drives will be by a 4×4 safari vehicle, however, choose to have a walking safari or nature walk for one of your experiences. This is one of the real one-off adventures in the wild. Walking safaris are safe and guided by knowledgeable armed park rangers through designated trails of the park.
The walk is such a true experience of the wild, one that has you nervous and yet just excited too. Though with the full thrill, you may not have as great photography opportunities as those on game drives. Northern Kenya is good for such kinds of safaris.
Visiting the beach is one perfect way to relax but also have an experience of the cool Indian Ocean breeze. Beach holidays are ideal for any kind of traveler including honeymooners. Choose to visit the beach during long Kenya holidays after or in between visits to the national parks. Diani, Watamu, Malindi, and Mombasa are the best places for beach holidays.
Any safari destination in Kenya will surely be amazing, however, some of the most popular experiences, include the Maasai Mara National Reserve, the best for wildlife encounters including lions, cheetahs, leopards, and the wildebeest when visited between July and October. Samburu Park is renowned for its elephants, Meru for the born free lioness, and Lake Nakuru National Park for flamingoes, and rhinos.
Tsavo East and West are also great for amazing experiences and a trip to the Indian Ocean Coast. For hikers, consider Laikipia, Amboseli, and Chyulu Hills.
To visit Kenya, book with Acacia Safaris and we shall have you a tailor-made safari. To have many more experiences, take Kenya wildlife safaris and tailor them with Tanzania wildlife safaris, Uganda gorilla safaris, or Rwanda gorilla tours.
3 Days Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safari is done in Rushaga Bwindi Impenetrable National Park which is located in southwestern Uganda a magnificent verdant swathe across the steep ridges of the Albertine Rift Valley.
This ancient rainforest is one of the few in Africa to have flourished and is home to half of the world’s endangered population of mountain gorillas.
Looking into the expressive brown eyes of these giants is surely the most exciting and poignant wildlife encounter Uganda has to offer! Apart from the gorilla trekking Tour, the park boasts 90 mammal species, including 11 primates and prominent bird species.
It is a treasure chest of flora and fauna with ten gorilla groups currently available to be visited by only eight persons per group daily. However, strict rules have to be followed to prevent behavioral disturbances and transmission of diseases.
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An encounter with an earth-shaking 350-pound silverback or baby gorilla is an unforgettable experience! view the long-horned Ankole cattle papyrus acacia woodlands and terraced landscape of Kigezi highlands on your way to Bwindi’s impenetrable national park.