Kenya is not just the country of safaris, it is the essence of Africa. The endless plains of the Maasai Mara teeming with wildlife, the Naivasha and Nakuru lakes populated by thousands of birds and landscapes of unparalleled beauty, the Samburu reserve with its incredible animal life, the magic of Amboseli with the Kilimanjaro, along with the extraordinary kindness and warmth of its people, make this destination a unique place in the world.
Discover with us Kenya and its Hakuna Matata philosophy.
Tips before traveling to Kenya
Climate: Kenya’s climate is equatorial, but only the coast is affected by the constant temperatures and high humidity typical of this climate. Two dry seasons, from December to March and from July to October, alternate with two rainy seasons, from April to June and from November to December.
Best time to go: The best time to go on safari to Kenya, any time of year is good. You can choose the month of July to be able to witness the great migration in Maasai Mara.
Recommended travel duration: To enjoy a safari as it deserves, we recommend a minimum of 6 days to visit several parks, including Maasai Mara, essential on your route through Kenya.
Language: In Kenya the official language, apart from English, is Swahili.
Visiting Kenya is also going to meet warm people. You will be able to visit a Maasai village and thus go to the discovery of a completely different culture, where men and animals have lived together for centuries.
You can also, immersed for two days in the magnificent Mara region, discover the daily life of the inhabitants of a Maasai village and learn more about their culture, customs and traditions during your Luxury Honeymoon Travel. You can still visit the Kikuyu in Subukia Valley, whose hospitality will touch you.
Safari parks, coral reefs and colorful cities on the African continent have attracted travelers from all over the world for hundreds of years. Do you dream of observing wild animals in their natural habitat, seeing with your own eyes the place where the human race was born and standing at the equator? So, you definitely need to visit Kenya.
Due to the diversity of natural areas, flora and fauna, Kenyan national parks are the most visited in Africa. On a safari in Kenya, you can see not only all the representatives of the famous big five (elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard), but also hippos, crocodiles, zebras, giraffes and exotic birds.
In total, Kenya has more than 50 national parks and reserves located in different climatic zones – from savannas and deserts to mangrove forests and jungles.
The most popular park in Kenya is Maasai Mara. Between July and October, tourists flock here to observe one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in the world – the great animal migration, during which about two million antelopes, gazelles and zebras cross from Tanzania to Kenya.
Every year, following the rainy season in search of green pastures, artiodactyls travel more than 800 kilometers. The most spectacular and dramatic part of this route is the crossing of the Mara River, in the waters of which crocodiles are waiting for mammals.
With the beautiful, luminous, unequaled light of Kenya holiday destinations, your photos will be transformed, but not only your photos, you will leave Kenya with your heart and eyes filled with this light. Perhaps you will also carry in your heart the colors, the smells and the sounds of the savannah.
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