Best Time to Go

Between late June to October
(Dry Season)

High Season

Between August to October
(Great Migration)

Best Know for

Safari, Beach and Trekking

About Kenya

A gem in the east, Kenya is home to some of Africa’s finest attractions including the Great Migration and a couple of world-renowned game reserves, private conservancies, and parks.

It boasts of a diverse, immaculate landscape that’s teeming with world-class avifauna and an incredible array of wildlife.

Some of the most amazing creatures you can find are the mighty “Big Five” that’s plenty all year round and the “Little Five” which includes leopard tortoises and antlions.

The “Special Five” like Somali ostriches and reticulated giraffes are also abundant as well as migrating wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles that graze the Kenyan plains in thick herds.

The wildlife doesn’t even end there!

The country is also known to be the home of diverse tribes such as the Masai Tribe who you’ll come across in your safari journey in the area. There’s definitely a lot to discover in Kenya! Kenya also features a glorious coral wilderness at Kenyan Barrier Reef, the second-largest coral reef in the world!

Kenya is a diverse, unspoiled landscape teeming with world-class fauna and an incredible variety of wildlife

Kenyan culture is diverse. Around half of the population are Christians, 10% are Muslims and there are some who belong to the Hindu and Sikh minorities. The rest are those who follow African traditions which is often described to be of animist beliefs.


Kenyans are warm welcoming people and you can even see this in the tribes residing in the area and not just in the main cities. These people will welcome you with a smile, a song, and a dance teaching you their tradition and a way of life that is uniquely theirs.

Everything you need to know about the

Best National Parks in Kenya

Known for its spectacular wildlife and vast national parks that provide protection, Kenya is an epic travel destination for any adventurer. It’s a land that is wild, mystical, and inspiring, and the sightseeing opportunities go far beyond the obligatory safari. The dramatic scenery, shopping opportunities, traditional food, and coastal areas are unlike anywhere else in the world.

FAQS about Kenya Safaris

We offer a variety of Safari package holidays that encompass Amboseli National Park, Masai Mara National Reserve, Tsavo East, Tsavo West, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Lake Nakuru, Lewa Conservancy, Mombasa and more.

Because of its location on the equator, the climate in Kenya is quite pleasant. Temperature and rainfall do vary depending on the altitude and terrain. There are 2 rainy seasons. A short one from late October through the end of November, and a long one from March to early June. Most people believe the best Kenya safari trips occur between late June and early October.

Kenya is a treasure trove of biodiversity and home to some of the world’s most compelling animals. The abundance of wildlife in Kenya is legendary so, depending on your itinerary, you can expect to see:

  • Lions, leopards and cheetahs
  • Hippos
  • African elephants
  • Rhinos
  • Reticulated giraffe
  • African buffalo
  • Zebra
  • Wildebeest
  • Nile crocodile
  • And more…

It’s recommended that visitors to Kenya get vaccinated for:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Yellow fever
  • Meningitis
  • Typhoid

It is recommended that all people coming on Kenya safari holidays be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus (covid-19) before travelling to Kenya, although it is not mandatory. It is, however, necessary that you have a negative covid-19 PCR test no more than 3 days before arriving. Since there is a risk of malaria it is also recommended that travellers take prescription malaria pills in the days before arriving in Kenya, while in the country and for a time after returning home.

People coming for Kenya safari holidays in 2022, or Kenya safari tours will need a Visitor Visa which they can apply for here . Until last year visitors from many countries were able to obtain a visa on arrival. However, as of January 1, 2021, that is no longer the case and everyone must apply via the online application form before arriving in the country. Check the application form page for a full list of required documents for your safari trip.