Kenya Tours

Kenya, known as the land of safari, is an amazing travel destination. It lets you explore the famous Maasai Mara National Reserve, where you can witness the exciting Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras. Enjoy thrilling safaris to see majestic lions, elephants, and giraffes in their natural habitats. For adventure, climb Mount Kenya, the second-highest peak in Africa, or relax on the beautiful beaches of towns like Diani and Malindi. Immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting Maasai villages and experiencing traditional dances. Don’t miss the stunning flamingos at Lake Nakuru and try delicious Kenyan food.

Kenya Itinerary 6 Days: Nairobi, Maasai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Amboseli National Park

From : $1,690   !    6 Days
Enjoy our captivating safari Tour, commencing in Nairobi and traversing the spectacular terrains of
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Kenya Itinerary 7 Days: Nairobi, Lake Nakuru, Big Five in Maasai Mara, and Naivasha

From : $1,990   !    7 Days
Join us on our 7 days Tour of Kenya , discovering the soul of Kenya. This journey takes you through
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Kenya Itinerary 8 Days: Nairobi, Wildlife Safari in Maasai Mara, Rusinga Island and Lake Victoria

From : $ 2,590   !     8 Days
Experience an extraordinary 8 days tour of Kenya’s landscapes and cultural treasures.
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Kenya Itinerary 10 Days: Amboseli and Hell's gate national Parks, Nakuru and Bogoria Lakes, Wildlife Safari in Maasai Mara

From : $2,890   !    10 Days
Embark on a captivating 10 days Tour of Kenya, where each day unravels a fresh tale of natural
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Kenya Itinerary 12 Days: Samburu Reserve, Nanyuki, Nakuru Park, Animal Migration at Maasai Mara, Diani Beach

From : $3,390   !     12 Days
Join us on our extraordinary Tour of Kenya, where the tapestry of diverse landscapes and abundant
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The best time to visit Kenya is during the dry seasons, which typically occur from late June to October and from late December to March. These months offer ideal weather conditions for wildlife viewing, as the vegetation is less dense, making it easier to spot animals. The Great Migration in the Maasai Mara is a highlight from July to September when vast herds of wildebeest and zebras cross the plains. However, for those interested in birdwatching and lush landscapes, the rainy seasons from April to early June and November to mid-December can be rewarding

Yes, English is one of the official languages of Kenya, and it is widely spoken throughout the country. In addition to English, Kenya is known for its linguistic diversity, with Swahili being another official language. Swahili is commonly spoken by a large portion of the population and is often used as a lingua franca among people from different ethnic groups. While English is prevalent in urban areas, government, and business, you’ll find that Swahili is widely used in everyday communication and is a valuable language to know when interacting with locals, especially in more rural or community settings

Kenya is best known for its stunning wildlife and safaris, featuring iconic national parks and reserves such as the Maasai Mara, Amboseli, and Tsavo. The country is famous for hosting the Great Migration, a spectacular natural event where large herds of wildebeest and zebras move between Kenya and Tanzania. Additionally, Kenya is renowned for its diverse landscapes, including the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya, picturesque Rift Valley, and beautiful coastal areas with white sandy beaches. The Maasai people and their rich cultural heritage, as well as archaeological sites like the Great Rift Valley, add to Kenya’s cultural and historical significance. The country is also known for its vibrant cities like Nairobi and Mombasa, providing a blend of modern and traditional experiences.

Allow 7 days to explore Kenya’s wildlife wonders in iconic reserves like Maasai Mara, witness the grand migration, and immerse yourself in the vibrant capital, Nairobi. For those seeking additional adventure, consider adding 2 or 3 days to trek the breathtaking landscapes of Mount Kenya

Kenya is generally safe for tourists, but it’s crucial to stay informed and follow travel advisories, especially near the borders with Somalia and South Sudan. Exercise caution against petty crime in urban areas, secure valuables, and be vigilant in crowded places. By taking standard safety measures and staying aware of your surroundings, you can enjoy a safe and memorable visit to this diverse and beautiful country