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Nature’s Wonderland Safaris

Nairobi, Kenya tel: +254202211402 | info@natureswonderlandsafaris.com | www.natureswonderlandsafaris.com

Kenya Wildlife Safaris

Nature’s Wonderland Safaris proudly present a selection of exciting Kenya wildlife safaris including birding safaris, wildlife safaris, photography safaris and adventure tours.

Their Kenya wildlife safaris range from 4 – 37 days, and include luxury tented camp, family, flying Mt. Kenya climbing, wildlife photography and Nairobi excursions.  Many of these tours can be combined with a relaxing interlude on the coast. Being located in Nairobi means that theirs fingers are placed firmly on the pulse of the continent and this ensures that the best possible options are selected for each and every tour offered.

Birdwatching in Kenya

Kenya has one of the richest avifaunas in Africa with over 1090 bird species recorded. Eight of the birds of Kenya are national endemics and around 170 species of Kenya’s birds species are Pale arctic migrants (11 species of them with a local breeding population too), mainly from eastern Europe, Russia, the middle East and Siberia. Another 60 Kenya bird species migrate regularly within the Afro tropics or from Madagascar. Some 335 species are found in the forest; 230 species are entirely forest dependent and 110 species are “forest specialists” requiring intact, undisturbed habitat and Forty species of global conservation concern are known to occur in Kenya. Four of these are critically Endangered, two Endangered and 16 species are Vulnerable.

On their Kenya birding safaris, Nature’s Wonderland Safaris are able to venture into new areas with high density of birds!  They presently offer twelve different birding trips ranging from 5-day tours upto 18-days.

Nature’s Wonderland Safaris attention to detail and personal approach will make your trip more enjoyable. They cater for most food, ground transport and accommodation requirements. Please contact them with your requirements (photographic, creature comforts, etc.).

They also offer tours to Uganda and Tanzania.

Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration

Masai Mara Wildebeest Migration

 
This 4-day wildebeest migration tour allows you to visit the world famous game

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Kenya Wildlife Safari

Kenya Wildlife Safari

 
A 7-day wildlife safari for people interested in seeing Kenyan wildlife and covers areas

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Kenya June Birding Wilderness

Kenya June Birding Wilderness

 
A 14-day birding safari scheduled every year in June. The aim is to see birds while

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Kenya Birding and Wildlife Tour Expedition

Kenya Birding and Wildlife Tour Expedition

 
A 19-day birding and wildlife tour that is always scheduled for the month of January to

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Kenya Bird Seekers Expedition

Kenya Bird Seekers Expedition

 
It is an 18-days birding expedition that is scheduled for of November shortly after the

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For more Kenya Wildlife Safaris visit the Nature’s Wonderland Safaris website.
Please note the Nature’s Wonderland Safaris reserves the right to change listed pricing anytime at their discretion.  Please contact them directly to confirm.

Taita Thrush

Taita Thrush
 
A critically endangered bird and endemic to the Taita Hills (in the south east of Kenya):

Sharpe’s Longclaw

Sharpe's Longclaw
 
An endangered endemic to Kenya. It is 16–17 cm long with upperparts heavily marked with

Malindi Pipit

Malindi Pipit
 
Found in Kenya or Somalia, are presently threatened by habitat loss. Its natural habitats are

Aberdare Cisticola

Aberdare Cisticola
 
Endemic to Kenya and its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland.

Hinde’s babbler

Hinde's babbler
 
Endemic to Kenya. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist shrubland, arable

Africa Green Ibis

Africa Green Ibis
 
This species is patchily distributed in dense forests from the West to East coast of tropical Africa. Normally very

Somali Courser

Somali Courser
 
Although classed as waders they typically hunt their insect prey by running on the ground.

Three-banded Courser

Spotted Pardalote Lace Monitor
 
Their most unusual feature for birds classed as waders is that they inhabit deserts and similar

African Scops Owl

African Scops Owl
 
Endemic to sub-Saharan Africa, typically Africa’s smallest owl, measuring 17 cm (6.7 in) in

Blue-headed bee-eater

Blue-headed bee-eater
 
Now under threat throughout their range, they are found in forest habitats in tropical West

Other Kenyan Wildlife

Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Serval, Caracal, African Civet, Large-Spotted Genet, Banded Mongoose, Wild Dog, Black-Backed Jackal, Common Jackal, Bat-Eared Fox, Spotted Hyena, Striped Hyena, Aardwolf, Common or olive Baboon, Yellow Baboon, Vervet Monkey, Sykes Monkey, Black & White Colobus Monkey, Bushbaby, Roan Antelope, Sable Antelope, Fringe-Eared Oryx, Beisa Oryx, Common Waterbuck, Defassa Waterbuck, Common Wildebeest, Hartebeest, Topi, Common Eland, Greater Kudu, Lesser Kudu, Bongo, Sitatunga, Bushbuck, Thompson’s Gazelle, Grant’s Gazelle, Gerenuk, Impala, Bohor Reedbuck, Mountain Reedbuck, Klipspringer, Steenbok, Common Duiker, Kirk’s Dik-Dik, African Elephant, Black Rhinoceros, White Rhinoceros, Rock Hyrax, Hippopotamus, Cape Buffalo, Masai Giraffe, Reticulated Giraffe, Rothschild’s Giraffe, Common Zebra, Warthog, Giant Forest Hog, Aardvark, Cape Clawless Otter, Spotted-Necked Otter, Scrub Hare, Unstriped Ground Squirrel, Bush Squirrel Coast Squirrel

Kenya Birding and Wildlife Tour Expedition

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