Kenya tour company – Top 4 destination in Kenya to visit and activities to do!!
When one think of going to a Holiday in Africa, the first destination in their mind is Kenya – Kenya safari tour. Kenya have many fascinating, unforgettable parks and reserves. Many people think maasai mara national reserve is the only park one die to visit… not knowing there are more much what Kenya can offer
Below are top 4 much visit park and reserve while in holiday in Kenya:
- Amboseli National Parks
The park is set against the legendary Mount Kilimanjaro, The Africa’s highest mountain – perfect place to see kibo peak of mount Kilimanjaro. Amboseli is home to the “Big Five” of African wildlife: elephant, rhino, lion, buffalo and leopard. The view of the Amboseli plains, with elephant moving below the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kilimanjaro, is one of the most photographed vistas in Africa. A network of swamps and wetlands ensure excellent game viewing all year-round. The best lodge to stay an enjoy the wildlife from the lodge front grazing in the swamp is OLtukai Lodge- a 4 star lodge in the park.
- Maasai Mara national reserve
Maasai mara national reserve offers more in terms of wildlife and big five, even when it not migration period. Lions, leopards, elephants, Hyena and other predators. An exploratory drive around the 1,792 sq. km game park with its low hills and savannah type rolling grasslands, gallery forest on the Mara River and its tributaries. Get introduced to the herbivores; elephant, rhino, buffalo, and the variety of antelopes, the Masai giraffe and the Burchell zebra. The carnivores are the black mane lion, cheetah and leopard. Also to be seen are the largest bird, the Masai ostrich, the Secretary bird, the Crested crane and Saddle-bill stork. Crocodiles and hippos share the river with crocodile. The best place to enjoy Kenya safari tour- either you are on budget or super budget traveler.
Where to stay. There is some many option of accommodation from lodges, camps and tented camps to choose from. If you are looking for a pocket friendly and near the migration area go for a 4 star camp Mara base camp
- Lewa Conservancy
The best way to enjoy yourself into a Kenyan safari package mix other parks with lewa conservancy in the northern Kenya laikipia, located in a dry region of the country. According to lewa organisations they terms the conservancyas the heart of wildlife conservation, sustainable development and responsible tourism in northern Kenya and our successful working model has provided the framework on which many conservation organisations in the region are based. Many activities can be done here
Game Drives – Wildlife variety and densities on Lewa make any drive an adventure. Lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, impala, buffalo, black and white rhino. The list is long and the experience memorable. All drives are done by local experienced guides in open four-wheel drive vehicles.
Bird Watching –For the keen bird watcher, the sight and sound of the close to 350 bird species is an absolute delight. Do bring along your bird book and you will enjoy marking the birds off your list.
Sundowners – The best way to watch the African sun go down in the horizon is with a cocktail in your hand!
Bush Meals – Drive, walk or ride to a secluded area in the wild. The mouth-watering local dishes, the roaring bonfire for chilly evenings and enchanting Maasai dancers are recipe for a memorable meal.
Where to stay. The conservancy have several luxury camps to choose from, lewa wilderness camp. lewa safari camp, sirikoi game lodge and many others..
- Olpajeta conservancy
Ol Pejeta is a mosaic of grass plains, and wooded grassland, Acacia woodland and evergreen thicket extending for over 350 square kilometers. Ol Pejeta boasts an astounding variety of animals including non-indigenous chimpanzees and the Big Five. The combination of amazing wildlife and stunning views across the open plans will guarantee you an unforgettable safari experience.
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