A Sense of Adventure with Kenya Safari Tours

Kenya’s Safari Tours are the most sought after by tourists trying to get a glimpse of the Great African Wildlife. Kenya is well- known for its incredible wildlife and splendid cultural diversity of the aboriginal tribes. Home of the Big Five-African elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, rhinoceros, with various species of birds and animals like cheetah, baboon, crocodile, gazelle, giraffe and much more, wildlife in Kenya is one of the most diverse in Africa.

The Masai Mara reserve is arguably the most popular and visited park in Kenya. Lions on a kill in Masai Mara, elephants against the backdrop of Kilimanjaro in Amboseli, wildebeest migration across the Mara River are the highlights of the Kenya national parks.

Apart from sightseeing, the tourists can get insights about the nomadic life of the Masai people, cultural events of Mombasa coastal festivals and much more. The private safari parks in Kenya boast of luxurious accommodations along with arranged vehicles for guided Safari Tours, and also provide the option of walking tour guides.

Main attractions of the Kenya Safari Tours are the Kenya National Parks and reserves among which Aberdares National Park, Mount Kenya National Park, Tsavo National Park, MasaiMara, Lake Baringo, Bogoria, Naivasha are the most visited tourist destinations.

A Kenya Safari Tour includes game viewing safari tours, bird watching tours in Lake Nakuru national park, mount climbing and Kenya hiking safaris, Mount Kenya trekking, eco tourism and nature protection safaris accompanied with Kenya beach visit, fishing tour expeditions, vacation camping safari, golf tour and hot air balloon trip.

The snow capped Kilimanjaro, golden grasslands of the Masai Mara plains and an opportunity to interact with the Masai people, will make Safari Tour to Kenya an adventure worth remembering.

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