When you take wildlife tours in Kenya you are visiting the birthplace of wildlife safaris. Kenya has 59 National Parks, Game Reserves and other protected areas to enjoy. It has long offered tourists game-watching adventures to observe iconic African wild animals and birds. The country contains a more varied range of wildlife habitats than you can see in most parts of the world. There are the classic open savannahs familiar from safari movies. But there are also dense forests and...
When you take wildlife tours in Kenya you are visiting the birthplace of wildlife safaris. Kenya has 59 National Parks, Game Reserves and other protected areas to enjoy. It has long offered tourists game-watching adventures to observe iconic African wild animals and birds. The country contains a more varied range of wildlife habitats than you can see in most parts of the world. There are the classic open savannahs familiar from safari movies. But there are also dense forests and vast lakes as well as an amazing coastline.
On wildlife holidays in Kenya you can almost certainly see most, if not all, of Africa’s “Big Five”. So if Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and Cape Buffalo are on your wishlist then this is the place to come. But don’t ignore the fact that there are a lot of other fascinating creatures to see on your wildlife vacation.
Birders, in particular, will revel in Kenya’s 1,100-plus species. In a single wildlife tour in Kenya you can hope to see up to 600. The variety is mouth-watering. From Somali Ostrich and Secretarybirds at one end to African Blue Flycatcher and Quail Plover at the other. The birds of prey alone are remarkable. Seven species of vulture, nine types of eagle and a host of other smaller raptors and owls. Your bird list will grow by the dozen every day!
Of course, Kenya contains the famous Masai Mara National Reserve. This is part of the extensive Serengeti-Masai Mara ecosystem and home to thousands of animals. This area hosts one of the seven natural wonders of the world, The Great Wildebeest Migration. Kenya is also where to go on safari to learn more about the tribal culture of this great African country.
Contact one of the Blue Sky Wildlife local specialists below to book your wildlife tour in Kenya directly. There is an enquiry form on each tour operator’s page. Use this to ask any questions to help you choose the right Kenya wildlife vacation for you and your family.
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