Nairobi National Park is a unique wildlife reserve situated just a few km away from the bustling Nairobi city. This park is the perfect getaway for anyone seeking to experience Kenya’s wildlife while still enjoying the comfort of modern amenities. The park is home to a wide range of African wildlife, including lions, cheetahs, buffalos,

Masai Mara is part of the greater Mara region encompassing a public reserve and a host of privately owned wildernesses. The region arguably offers the best game viewing due to its high wildlife density. The park is the best for sighting predation scenes having large numbers of most of the big cats except leopards. There

Samburu national reserve is in the northern part of the rift valley 6 hrs drive from the capital Nairobi. The part is part of a broad ecosystem encompassing buffalo springs, Samburu national reserve, shaba national reserve and a number of private conservancies. The parks is well for its large elephant population. Despite the low visitor

Situated in Eastern edge of Meru is the untouched wilderness boost an array of fascinating landscapes and flora that is Meru National Park. It is one of few Kenya national parks that receives enough rainfall that sustain a rich and diverse flora all round the year. The northern part of the park are long savannah

Masai Mara is the best safari destination in Kenya. Characterized by high wildlife density, Masai mara is the only place in Kenya where you can sight all the big five within the first 15 minutes of your safari. The greater mara vegetation is largely open savannah grasslands, and you are not required to go off-road

Lake Manyara is a small seasonal soda lake that was formed out of depression. Situated along a safari route Lake Manyara is Tanzania most visited flamingo hotspot in Tanzania. Close to 2 million flamingo seek refuge in the Lake at the peak of the season mostly over the wet season. Small numbers of lesser flamingos

Lake Nakuru is famous for being one of the 3 major  flamingo lakes in Kenya holding a concentrate of up to 2 million birds at the optimal season. lake Nakuru is also the most dependable game spot located to the north of Nairobi boosting an impressive population of giraffe, hippo, baboons, buffalo, zebra and Rhino.

The lake Nakuru is one of the few permanent soda lakes that maintain a good flamingo view all round the year. The adjacent National park is one of kenya prime game hotspots and is possibly the only government park in Kenya where both black and white Rhinos are common.  Other common animals include hippo, giraffes,

Day 1: Mombasa – Tsavo East Leave very early in the morning from your beach hotel towards Mombasa-Nairobi highway to Bachuma Gate, the main gate of Tsavo East national park (area 13,747 sq km). It’s the biggest park in Kenya. Make game drive slowly, looking for lions, elephants, cheetahs, leopards, gazelles, antelopes and different kind

The Samburu National Park is in the northern part of the rift valley which entails some of the driest locations in the country. The park is set in a small but largely endowed ecosystem mainly comprising Samburu national reserve, buffalo springs and a more remote and less visited Shaba national reserve. Due to its remote