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The holy grail of safaris. Discover emblematic wildlife on the plains of the Masai Mara

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Gorillas & Masai Mara – Camping

Kenya
15 Days from USD 7,198
USD 6,840

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Wildlife adventure from Kenya to Rwanda

Wildlife

Gorillas & Masai Mara – Camping Reverse

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15 Days from USD 7,198
USD 6,840

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Camping adventure from Rwanda to Kenya

Wildlife

Kenya & Tanzania Adventure

Kenya
14 Days from USD 6,000

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Excellent game viewing, scenery and Zanzibar

Wildlife

Kenya Photographic Safari with Paul Goldstein – Premium Adventure

Premium Adventures

Kenya
7 Days from USD 12,000

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Premium safari with renowned photographer, Paul Goldstein

Wildlife

RCGS: Classic Kenya 4WD Safari with Patricia Sims

Kenya
7 Days from USD 4,649

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Departing 10 August 2024, enjoy a quintessential wildlife-watching adventure with the founder of World Elephant Day

Wildlife

Classic Kenya 4WD Safari

Kenya Cheetah
7 Days from USD 4,798
USD 4,500

Guided Group (Excl. Flights)

Enjoy a quintessential wildlife-watching adventure in Lake Nakuru and the Masai Mara

Wildlife

Activities in Kenya

FAQs on Kenya Tours

What are the best places to visit in Kenya?

Kenya offers a range of spectacular destinations that cater to different interests. If you want to witness the country’s wildlife, the Masai Mara National Reserve is world-famous for its annual wildebeest migration and is home to the iconic Big Five. If you’re looking for cultural experiences, explore the vibrant city of Nairobi and meet the local people to learn about the history and heritage. Another popular destination to visit on Kenya trips is Lake Nakuru National Park, where you can enjoy game drives to see gazelles, flamingos, giraffes, impalas, buffalo and the elusive leopard.

When is the best time to visit Kenya?

Kenya enjoys a warm climate throughout the year, but the best time to visit depends on what you want to experience on your trip. The dry season, from late June to October, is considered the best time for wildlife viewing as animals gather around water sources. The wet season, from November to May, brings lush landscapes and migratory bird species. If you want to witness the spectacle of the Great migration in the Masai Mara, between August and November is the best time, although the exact timings can vary due to the weather.

What wildlife can I expect to see in Kenya?

Kenya is renowned for its abundant wildlife and on a game drive through the national parks you could encounter the Big Five which consists of the lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros. There is also the opportunity to spot other game animals such as giraffes, zebras, cheetahs and hyenas. The Masai Mara National Reserve is particularly famous for its lion prides while Lake Nakuru National Park is home to a huge variety of bird species, including flamingos, ospreys, bustards and grey crowned cranes.

What cultural experiences can I expect during a Kenya tour?

Kenya’s cultural diversity is one of its biggest attractions, next to its wildlife, of course. The Maasai and Samburu tribes are among the most well-known indigenous communities in Kenya. Visiting local villages gives you the opportunity to learn about the people’s traditional way of life, including their unique customs and cuisine. Additionally, you could visit the lively city of Nairobi and the charming town of Eldoret to explore the local sights.

Do you need vaccinations to visit Kenya?

Although vaccinations are not required when travelling to Kenya, we highly recommend protecting yourself against the many diseases such as polio, tetanus, hepatitis A and B, cholera, typhoid, rabies, yellow fever and tuberculosis. You should also take malaria prophylaxis and your doctor can advise which ones you’ll need. If you’re travelling from a country where there’s a risk of transmitting yellow fever, you’ll also need a vaccination certificate before you travel. Ensure you bring protection for mosquito bites as they can cause the spread of dengue fever.

Do I need a visa for Kenya trips?

If you’re travelling to Kenya from the UK, EU or the US, you will need a visa to enter the country. You will be issued with an electronic visa but make sure you contact the consulate of Kenyan High Commission to check all the latest information and online application process. If you are visiting Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda on your trip, you can apply for an East Africa Visa which allows access to all three countries. You must always consult local governments prior to travel as visa requirements can change. We’ve included some relevant links below.

What is the main cuisine in Kenya?

Kenya offers a diverse culinary experience with its vibrant and tantalising cuisine and the traditional dishes reflect the rich cultural heritage. One popular dish is Ugali, a stiff cornmeal porridge that acts as a staple in many Kenyan meals. It is commonly enjoyed with sukuma wiki, a dish made with collard greens, tomatoes and onions. Another famous dish is Nyama Choma, which is barbecued meat, often goat or beef, marinated in spices and grilled to perfection. Kenyans also enjoy foods such as pilau, a flavourful rice dish cooked with aromatic spices, and samosas, a fried pastry filled with savoury ingredients.

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