Kenya Wildlife Safaris. Where to Go for Wildlife Tours in Kenya?
Acacia Safaris Uganda tailors customized affordable and discounted Kenya wildlife safaris tour holidays to the most visited wildlife safari destinations in Kenya. Our custom-made Kenya wildlife safaris to the different safari destinations in Kenya fit in the Budget of any African Traveler. Kenya Wildlife Safaris are arranged to the most visited and exciting Kenya national parks. Such parks are located in the Southern part of the Country including Maasai Mara National Park where you experience Millions of Animals (wildebeests) migrating from Serengeti national park via river Mara – The Great Migration.
Ultimate Wildlife Safaris Tour Holidays to Kenya. Acacia Safaris
Kenya is one of Africa’s leading tourism destinations. It is one of the best safari destinations in the country; Kenya is a favorite for big 5 wildlife safaris, beach vacations, mountaineering, and cultural tours. Kenya is a land of many contrasts ranging from varied traditions to the culture of the people.
On the 6 Days Kenya Wildlife Safaris tour, you will head to the world famous Masai Mara game Reserve considered a “must see” for any visitor traveling on safari in Kenya reason because its graced by a wide variety of unique and exquisite wild life and birds. Its home to the richest concentration of wildlife, including the “Big Five.
Spend the days in the Masai Mara with morning and afternoon game drives. Introduce yourself to the large herds of plain game and the numerous predators, which have made the reserve so famous. Masai Mara is also home to the renowned black-maned lion. Meals and overnight at Governors Camp.
You will cross the Great Rift Valley and reach Kenya’s most famous Game Reserve, Masai Mara, in time for lunch. Spend the days exploring the rolling hills and plains for a chance to spot the black-maned lion, leopards, elephants, buffaloes, and cheetahs.
Meet and greet, after a short brief drive to ,Samburu Game Reserve. Wild and rugged, Samburu is fiercely beautiful with its arid savannahs watered by the lovely Uaso Nyiro River. It is also one of Kenya’s most protected areas and home to species only found north of the equator this includes reticulated giraffe.
The 12 Days Kenya Wildlife Safaris Tanzania Wildlife Tour, leave for Tarangire National Park. Tanzania’s third largest National Park and sanctuary for an unusually large elephant population. Majestic baobab trees are an interesting feature of the park that dwarf the animals that feed beneath them.
More Kenya Wildlife Safaris Tour Holidays
Kenya is a land of many contrasts ranging from varied traditions to the culture of the people. The superb beaches along the coastal area, the equatorial glaciers of Mountain Kenya at an altitude of more than 4,573 meters. There are natural habitat inhabited by different types of animals big and small, herbivorous and carnivores.
All this combines to make a small world of Kenya with natural features of its own. Actually, for many travelers, Kenya means wildlife because it offers the most amazing wildlife safaris in Africa and in the world.
Great Wildebeest Migration Adventure
More than a million wildebeests and zebras cross southern Kenya during the great migration that normally takes place between July and October and they attract predators in big numbers. In the soda lakes are the herds of flamingoes. If you have ever dreamt about sleeping in the bush surrounded by wildlife while in Africa, then Kenya is for you.
Kenya is one of the top safaris tour destinations in Africa with unmatched wildlife. Kenya’s flora and fauna are notably so diverse. Different vast plains of the south are characterized by distinctive acacia trees. The savannah grassland of the Maasai Mara supports a huge variety of animals and insects.
Big Five Wildlife Safaris tour in Kenya
All the big five -The lions, elephants, buffaloes, leopards, and Rhinos can be seen in at least two of the major parks plus a huge variety of other impressive animals. Kenya has something for everybody. The palm-fringed, tropical, white sandy beaches are one of the key attractions for many who come.
Total relaxation is offered for those who want it, and for those who want more action. Excitement and adventure are easy to find in a whole variety of forms: deep sea fishing, water skiing, scuba diving, white water rafting, mountaineering, off-road driving, snake safaris, and skydiving. You name it; Kenya offers fantastic opportunities for adventure and excitement.
Where to Go for Kenya Wildlife Safaris Tour Holidays? Kenya National Parks
Masai Mara is the most famous and most visited reserve in Kenya. Since it is protected as a reserve and not as a national park, Masai Mara is not managed by Kenya Wildlife Safaris Service but by the local authorities, namely District Councils. The protection of this area, among other factors, favored the re-population of the territory by the Maasai tribes. Who by virtue of the reserve status was put in charge of the reserve’s management through the District Councils.
Amboseli lies immediately North West of Mt. Kilimanjaro, on the border with Tanzania. This park was established as a reserve in 1968 and gazetted as a National Park in 1974. The Park covers 392 kms and forms part of the much larger 3,000 Kms Amboseli ecosystem. Large concentrations of wildlife occur here in the dry season, making Amboseli a popular tourist destination.
Samburu, Buffalo Springs and Shaba are the most remote and inaccessible among the popular reserves located in Northern Kenya along the banks of the Ewaso Ngiro river. Shaba, the less visited of the three, is also the largest, with a total extension of 239 km. This reserve and Buffalo Springs are similar in surface area, 165 km and 128 km respectively. The area has been traditionally inhabited by the Samburu people, a nomad paranilotic tribe closely related to the Maasai.
Lake Nakuru is a very strong alkaline lake 62 kms in extent. Since its gazetting in 1968 as a national park, both authorities and conservation organizations have kept on winning the battle to private property and human settling. Further broadening the park limits in 1968 and 1974 to its current extension of 188 kms. The park is easily accessible, since Nakuru is the fourth city in the country and the head town of the Rift Valley. The park covers the lake and a land strip around the northern.