What to Do on Luxury Kenya Wildlife Safari Tours?by Imraan Nanji Travel Agency
Kenya is a beautiful country in East Africa well-known for its magnificent landscapes and diverse wildlife preserves. Its Indian Ocean coastline offered historically significant ports through which goods from Asian and Arabian traders have entered the continents for over the centuries.
Here are a few things to do and see on luxury Kenya wildlife tours and make the most out of your vacation getaways:
Watch the Great Migration at Masai Mara National Reserve
Masai Mara National Reserve is famed for the Great Migration when thousands of zebra, wildebeest and Thomson’s gazelle travel to and from the Serengeti National Park from July through October. The throngs of crocodiles and hippos lurk inside the Mara River.
This national reserve is renowned for providing amazing sightings of predators because of its relatively large concentrations of cheetah, leopard and cheetah – especially in dry months. The dry months start from June and end in September. Therefore, it’s better to plan your luxury Kenya wildlife tours to encounter the adventure.
Stop over at Nairobi
Nairobi – Kenya’s capital and largest city is well-known for its colorful colonial history. The Nairobi National Museum is one-stop-destination to explore the exhibits on Kenya’s nature, history, culture and contemporary art scenes.
If you want to see the wildlife species without venturing far from the city center, visit Nairobi National Park, home to buffalo, rhino, leopard, wildebeest, zebra and cheetah.
Explore Amboseli National Park
The spectacular sightings of elephants grazing in silhouette against the most famous mountains around Africa are hard to beat. Amboseli National Park is well-known and loved for elephant herds roaming within its boundaries.
Its desert like terrain offers unobstructed spectacles of over 80 types of mammal species including zebra, giraffe, Cape buffalo, lions, etc. Besides, you will get to see over 400 bird species including around 50 raptor varieties.
Climb Mount Kenya
Not as popular as neighboring giant – Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya stands out as the second tallest peak in Africa and is often well-known as a more challenging climb. Its awe-inspiringly beautiful scenery is complemented by incredible views of Kenya that makes your Kenya wildlife safari worthwhile.
Visit Tsavo National Park
The spectacle of dust-red elephant wallowing, rolling and spraying each other with the midnight blue waters is one of the most evocative images throughout Africa. Tsavo National Park forms the largest protected area throughout Kenya and is the home to the larger mammal species, herds of dust-red elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion, hippo, crocodile, waterbucks, and 500 prolific bird species.
Discover Lake Nakuru National Park
Lake Nakuru National Park is based on the floor of the Great Rift Valley, surrounded by bushy, wooden grasslands. Take this opportunity to explore the wide ecological diversity and different habitats that range from Lake Nakuru to surrounding beautiful ridges and escarpment. This national park is perfect for bird watching, hiking picnic scenes and game drives.
Visit Lake Naivasha
Your Kenya luxury safari tours won’t complete with a visit to Lake Naivasha. This national park is located on the northwest of Nairobi within the town of Naivasha on its northeastern shore. Its rich vegetation is the home to animal species including antelope, buffalo, giraffe, warthog and monkey.
Certainly you will catch the sights of hippos watching lazily proceeding from the cooling water. Lake Naivasha hosts diverse arrays of bird species where you will find over 400 bird species. However, most of them can be spotted along the shoreline – from fish eagles, pelicans to warblers and weavers.
Final Consideration –
The above discussed things you should consider while scheduling luxury wildlife safari tours in Kenya. All you need is to do a thorough research and make a right selection of a Kenya safari company to go above and beyond your expectations.
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