Kenya is a stunning place on the planet and conjures amazing spirit of adventure and romance. The name Kenya itself identifies the word “safari. After coming to Kenya visitors can enjoy the sheer diversity with dazzling wildlife. One will Witness throngs of wildebeest thundering, an elephant in Amboseli, Great Migration in Maasai Mara, marvel at Lake Nakuru, sun-soaked lands with ancient tribes, traditional customs, living in relative harmony with the natural world and a many more things. Luxury travel in Kenya is of course top on the list whenever you talk of jungle safari and exploring wild life creations.

The Terrain

The terrain is well surrounded by calderas and mountain ranges, the Great Rift Valley which actually divides the country. But beyond gazing these natural beauties, visitors love to enjoy the rich coral reefs, cultures and cuisines in Mombasa, explore tropical islands, world-famous safari parks, snorkel and dive fish, Swahili history and later relaxing on pearly beaches. In one go you will enjoy everything and experience the climb of snow-cloaked equatorial peaks of Mount Kenya, hot springs, sweeping valley, crystal clear streams natural geysers. This bustling capital is the perfect gateway to experience the world’s most thrilling and exciting trip, where one can experience the romance of Kenya’s through colorful colonial history.

Maasai Mara


To experience wildlife beauty and jungle safari, you can begin your trip with Maasai Mara Reserve which is one of the world’s most magnificent game reserves in Kenya. The park is famous for the Great Migration of wildebeest, zebra and other wildlife creatures. It is located in the northern extension of the Serengeti and bordered by Tanzania. Moreover, this is named after the statuesque, red-cloaked Maasai people. In local language Mara means “mottled, which refers to the play of light and shadow from the acacia trees, skies cloud-studded. Earlier the local people lived in the park and graze their animals here as they have done for centuries, and now the land has become one of the best dwelling places for these wildlife creatures. The park is also known for providing excellent habitat for killer animals and relatively large population of lion, cheetah, and leopard can be seen here. Adjoined to this park there is Mara River, with throngs of hippos and crocodiles lurk. The weather is mild and gentle around the year, where you can travel and enjoy the wildlife attitude of the park.

Amboseli National Park


Amboseli National Park is one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of elephants. The meaning of the park is well defined; Amboseli” comes from a Maasai word meaning “salty dust. This National Park is the best place for nature lovers where they can explore five different habitats ranging from wetlands with sulfur springs, dried-up bed of Lake Amboseli, savannah, and woodlands. Amboseli National Reserve is one of Kenya’s most accepted tourist parks and crowned by Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak. After coming to this park one will surely spot big cats such as lion and cheetah and more than 600 species of birds. However, other wildlife can also be commonly spotted in the park such as giraffe, impala, eland, waterbuck and gazelle.

Tsavo National Park


Tsavo West is known for some of the most beautiful scenery where one can see the series of natural springs with large populations of hippos and crocodiles. The topography of the park is wet and you can explore water animals in large number. Wildlife is not as easy to discover, due to its dense vegetation and lush beautiful scenery. While coming here you will spot birds in search of prey and enjoy the safari life.

Ewaso Nyiro River


To spot other beautiful wildlife beauty you can come to Ewaso Nyiro River, which is located on the banks of the palm-lined. This reserve lies in an arid region in the remote north of Kenya and a perfect dwelling place for Grevy’s zebras gerenuks and Somali ostriches. You will find some rare species and enjoy the fresh ambience of the land. Moving forward you can travel towards Samburu, Buffalo Springs, and Shaba Reserves which are the top attractions of Kenya. After coming to this reserve, tourists here may also be rewarded with sightings of big cats and wild dogs. Not only this, one will hear the local tribe and traditional songs of Samburu warriors. They often sing this traditional song while hauling water for their cattle to drink. Interestingly, wildlife in all three reserves depends upon the water which is well supplied through rivers. Keeping this water resource many species are specially adapted in this park.

Lake Nakuru National Park


Safari to Kenya reserves will further take you to Lake Nakuru National Park, which is famous for its huge flocks of pink flamingoes. The park was established in 1961 and is positioned in the Central Kenya. The birds throng on Lake Nakuru itself in the reserve, since it is one of the Rift Valley soda lakes. While going for your safari in this reserve you can view more than 450 species of birds along with white rhinos, waterbucks, pythons, warthogs, Lions, leopards. This reserve is known for its rich diversity of other wildlife where the travelers will enjoy the sweeping grasslands, lake to rocky cliffs and woodland.



In your safari travel trip you must go around the small island of Lamu, which is recognized as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lamu Old Town is recognized as the oldest part in the locality, continually inhabited exists back from 12th century. The place is not one dwelling place of wildlife and natural beauty but a perfect place island to see its rich trading history. The place has the best architectural buildings with carved wooden doors. The visitors can see the islands that reflected Arab, Europe, and India’s world. If you come to Lamu, you can get your eyes on Swahili culture and the region’s nautical history and enjoy Arabic coffee in a local café. So plan your trip to Kenya and enjoy the wild life beauty with your friends and family.


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