Kenya Safaris will regularly begin from Nairobi whilst guests arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and are fetched by means of one of Bush Barbecue Safari & Adventures‘ pleasant guides. Our Kenya Safaris come as thrilling Kenya tour packages: Adrenaline Rush package deal, Beach Experience, Classic Safari Package, Partying in the Wild, Team Building Retreats, The Wilderness Therapy and Weekend Getaways. All of those provide you ideas for making plans, showing how camps and regions can be mixed easily. When you’re ready, enquire with our friendly safari experts who will assist you prepare an superb safari to Kenya, designed only for you.

Kenya is not a country you can see all in one go. There are multiple destinations and experiences that will keep you coming back again and again.

Kenya’s safari destinations are spread across the country and each is dense with flora and fauna. Visitors touchdown in or departing from Nairobi would possibly pick out to spend a night or two in this colourful town which has plenty on offer, including game viewing at Nairobi National Park for a local game drive. Reaching the safari parks is carried out by means of automobile or by a quick domestic flight from Wilson Airport.

To the south of Kenya lies the more Masai Mara vicinity, which accommodates of the famed Masai Mara Game Reserve and adjacent Mara Conservancies. With its abundant wildlife, this is one of the exceptional places in the world to see lion, leopard and cheetah. To the north lies the rolling high-altitude hills of Laikipia where you will find Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Additionally very worth visiting is the semi-desert of Samburu National Reserve; the country’s highest peak, Mount Kenya; and blissful palm-fringed beaches that extend along the Indian Ocean coast.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Kenya Safaris
How much does a safari cost in Kenya?
A Kenyan safari will cost about US$ 700 – US$ 1,200 per person, per day. A typical Kenya safari will last 5 – 10 days, so you should budget around $3,500 – $12,000 per person, depending on the level of accommodation you prefer. These budget estimates would cover the safari camps, park fees, meals and drinks, and would exclude your international flights and certain other expenses like internal transport, visas and insurance.

What is the best time to go on safari in Kenya?
The best time to go on a Kenya safari is during the drier weather from late June to mid-October and from late December to mid-March. The wildebeest migration is typically in the Masai Mara from late July until early November, with other wildlife being excellent year-round in Kenya. Low-season travel (from late January-March and during June and November) is also a good time to visit Kenya, with fewer tourists in the parks and much better rates on offer for a less expensive trip.

Is Kenya or Tanzania better for safari?
Both Kenya and Tanzania offer excellent safaris that can include the Great Migration and a classic tented experience. The best option depends on your travel preferences, the availability at the time you want to go, and your budget. Tanzania safaris are usually 20% – 25% more expensive compared to Kenya.

What things are there to do Kenya?
Kenya is an excellent tourist destination: rich in culture, easy to travel with a range of accommodation and plenty to see and do. Safaris are a key highlight which include famous wildlife areas such as the Masai Mara and spectacular sightings like the Big 5 and the Great Migration. Kenya also boasts a beautiful tropical coastline, providing the option of spending a few days by the warm and clear Indian Ocean.

What is the best Kenya safari itinerary?
There are a multitude of itinerary options in Kenya, from the Singing Wells in Samburu and the desolate landscapes of Lake Turkana, to the technical climbing challenge of Mount Kenya or hiking amongst the Chyulu Hills in the south west. The Great Migration can usually be incorporated in the Masai Mara from July to late October, but there is excellent wildlife viewing to be found year-round in a variety of different locations across the country.