Ways to Select the Best Out of Your Kenya Safari

The East-African country- Kenya is unrivaled in its incredible wildlife, where you will get an opportunity to spot a glimpse of zebra, lion, elephant, leopards and buffalo. Having beautiful natural scenery and vast mountains, Kenya shows a diversity of coastal waters, rivers, lakes, sandbanks, waterfalls and deserts. In Kenya, there are over 65 wildlife reserves and national parks that have a good concentration of wildlife and bird life.


A tropical climate is found in Kenya, which makes it hot and humid at the coast, temperate inland and very dry in the north and northeast parts. You will enjoy a plenty of sunshine all year round in Kenya (usually cool at night and early in the morning).

•From April to June Long Rains

and October to November Short Rains.

•February to March- hottest period

•July to September Sunny Mornings and cold nights. 13c.

It is believed that Kenya is a birthplace of the classic Hemingway-style safari. Today Kenya is considered to be one of the best game viewing destinations in Africa. Throughout the country Kenya’s safari destination are found to be scattered. This makes it important to be well aware about those national parks and reserves to enjoy an exhilarating safari experience in Kenya.

Let us explore Kenya at its best to enjoy an exciting safari experience:

#1- Western Kenya:

Top Highlight of Western Kenya on a safari trip- The Annual Wildebeest Migration

One of the top rated and best wildlife reserve in Western Kenya is the Masai Mara National Reserve. This reserve is famous for its all year round game viewing and the annual migration. In a spectacular annual wildebeest migration, millions of wildebeest, gazelles and zebras migrate from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve.

You will find there are plenty of Masai Mara accommodations like family- friendly lodges that offer special kid programs and romantic escape.

#2- Eastern Kenya:

Top Highlight of Eastern Kenya on a safari trip- Vast savannah and the best views of Kilimanjaro

In eastern Kenya, Amboseli National Park is a flagship reserve, which is easily accessible. This National Park is located right on the border with Tanzania and boasts of a huge concentration of elephants and best views of snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro. Amboseli has vast and open terrain as well as boasts of a diverse wildlife, which makes it perfect for enjoying an easy game viewing.

#3- Northern Kenya:

Top Highlight of Northern Kenya on a safari trip- Viewing unique wildlife and amazing landscape Around Mt Kenya,Aberdares and Samburu National Park

Samburu Game Reserve is a spot some unusual looking animals like reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, Crocodiles Leopard Gerenuk Orxy etc.

Mt Kenya and Aberdares popular with Treehotels like Ark, Treetops and Mountain Lodge.