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Our Kenya safari packages offers tours to the best parts of Kenya, Lying in the heart of East Africa, Kenya is amazing one of the best safari destinations in the world. Spanning over 224,081sq.mi, Kenya boasts of its vast tourist attractions ranging from National Parks, Game Reserves, Lakes, Rift Valleys, Mountains and Wildlife.

Kenya Tour Packages

An eye-level shot of two giant horned African buffalos standing

3 Days Masai mara safari

3-day Masai Mara safari filled with abundant wildlife and adventures at every turn

cultual experience with masai people

4 Days Masai Mara safari

4-day Kenya safari, where you'll discover wildlife and explore the stunning landscapes.

A beautiful herd of african elephants

7 Days Kenya safari

5 Days Kenya safari to Masai mara national park, lake Nakuru national park

15 Days Kenya Uganda & Rwanda Tour

15 Days best of East African safari covering Kenya masai mara and gorilla trekking

The best attractions in Kenya have been explored below to help tourist customize their perfect tour in Kenya and a combination to Serengeti national park and mountain gorilla trekking in Uganda and Rwanda.                

National Parks & Reserves

A total of about 24 National Parks, 15 Reserves, 6 Marine Parks and Conservancies make Kenya Africa’s leading destination to see terrestrial and marine life. The top parks and reserves to explore on Kenya safaris include;

Masai Mara National Reserve

When you think about spending your next holiday in Kenya, there is one place to consider a must-visit and that is Masai Mara National Reserve. Lying in the Southwestern Kenya at the border with Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, Maasai Mara is endowed with the world’s most sought for species. The game reserve offers the best of big five game safaris and the Great Migration experiences in Africa.

The big 5 game encounter in Maasai Mara includes remarkable search for lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes, and rhinos. The Great migration –Kenya’s iconic attraction is best experienced around July to October, and during this period, millions of wildebeest can be witnessed crossing the Mara River. The wildebeests are accompanied by 1000s of other mammals including zebras, the Thomson’s gazelles, and other grazers. As they cross the Mara River, there are several predators waiting them including cheetahs, lions and leopards.

A side from mammals, Masai Mara also protects up to 470 species of birds which makes it a significant birding tour destination. Birds of Maasai Mara include hammerkops, Southern ground hornbills, saddle billed storks, martial eagle, Ayres’s hawk eagle, and cinnamon breasted bunting, African finfoot, Abdim’s stork, and more.

Samburu National Reserve

The Samburu National Reserve is one of the least explored tourist sites in Kenya but boasts of its distinct attractions. Lying on the Northern side of Kenya, Samburu is home to unique species and surrounding it are the warm welcoming Samburu people. At Samburu N/Reserve, there exist diversity of faunal and avifaunal species. The reserve’s key highlights include the Nile crocodiles, cheetahs, leopards, buffaloes, wild dogs, lions, elephants, hippos, and antelopes. Samburu is also most popular for its rare and special five species including the Beisa Oryx, Somali Ostrich, Reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra and others.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park lies at the border of Kenya with Tanzania and just at the base of the legendary Kilimanjaro Mountain. It is an amazing destination where tourists can enjoy great views of huge herds of African elephants, plus other wildlife such as leopards, lions, gazelles, cheetahs, impalas, elands, giraffes, zebras, waterbucks, birds and more.

Meru National Park

Meru NP is one of the least visited parks in Kenya and as a result, it is one destination that guarantees you authentic wilderness experiences. It prides itself of unmatched natural sceneries. Its landscape is characterized by acacia trees, streams, forests, palm trees, swamps, and more. The rivers and other water sources/bodies are significant habitats to hippos, crocodiles and birds. At Meru NP, the main wildlife species to look out for include leopards, cheetahs, buffaloes, lions, elephants, and buffaloes.

Tsavo National Parks

Comprising of Tsavo East and Tsavo West, the Tsavo Conservancy Area is one of the premier destinations in Kenya. The two parks provide the best of game drive, a great opportunity for tourists to explore Kenya’s iconic attractions including cape buffaloes, elephants, leopards, hyenas, gazelles, duikers, hunting dogs, cheetahs,  and others.

Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru NP is one of the top destinations in the Great Rift Valley area where you can spot variety of attractions. This picturesque destination is home to diverse flamingos, rhinos, the Rothschild giraffes, hippos, waterbucks, impalas, baboons, zebras, leopards, spotted hyenas, leopards, and others.

Arabuko-Sokoke National Park

If you are interested in birding expeditions, Arabuko-Sokoke is one place to consider a must-visit in Kenya. This park is forest dominated and is located 110km North of Mombasa. More than 250 bird species reside within Arabuko-Sokoke and include the spotted ground thrush, sokoke scops, Clarke’s weavers, east coast akalat, Amani sunbird, sokoke pipit, and more.

Aberdare National Park

Visit Aberdare National Park in Central Highlands of Kenya, Eastern side of the Great Rift Valley. Rising at an elevation of 10,000ft, Aberdare is a spectacular destination characterized by scenic waterfalls, forests, deep ravines and rivers. At Aberdares, expect to explore diverse faunal species such as lions, syke’s monkeys, serval cats, bongo, elands, black rhinos plus birds like the Jackson’s francolins, sparrow hawks, goshawks and more.

The Great Rift Valley

The Great Rift Valley is one of the iconic attractions in Kenya. This natural wonders comes with remarkable features including breathtaking escarpments, volcanoes, forests, lakes and others. There are amazing sites worth exploring along the Great Rift Valley in Kenya and they include Lake Nakuru, Hell’s Gate National Park, Ngong Hills and others.

Religious sites

Kenya offers more than nature-based experiences. It is an ideal faith-based destination and key areas of interest for faith tours include the country’s beautiful temples, mosques, and cathedrals. The must visit sites include the Dawoodi Bohra Mosque built in 1902, Mandhry mosque dating 1570, Basheik mosque built early in 1300 and more. ‘

Culture and people

Kenya is one destination where you can have the best of Africa’s authentic cultural experiences. Over 42 various tribal groups exist in Kenya and each has something unique to showcase. The major tribal groups to interact with include the Maasai warriors living around the key protected areas like Masai Mara National Reserve. The other ethnic groups worth interacting with include Kalenjin, Kikuyu, and Luo.


Nairobi is not just bustling city but a destination of its own. It is known for its multicultural and historical attractions. Nairobi served as the headquarters during the British colonial rule era in East Africa. As a result, it attracted several European settlers who worked as plantation owners and administrators, etc. The key attractions to explore in Nairobi include Karen Blixen museum, Nairobi National Park, Giraffe centre, Nairobi national museum and Bomas of Kenya.

Experience the finest beaches in Kenya

Kenya is not only visited for the Great Migration or big five game encounters, but also for its remarkable beach holidays. It is strategically positioned at the coastal area which comes with finest beaches. The key areas for beach holidays or honeymoon vacations include Watamu beaches, Watamu marine national park, Mombasa, Diani, shela beach, Lamu Island, Nyali, Chale Island, Kikambala, Shanzu, Tiwi, Bamburi, Manda, and Kilifi, etc.

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