Africa Wildlife safari

Kenya safari tour

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Africa wildlife safaris are the top of the list on must visit Kenya safaris. There are fantastic experiences on Explorer Kenya safaris.
Imagine being in the deep African wild, watching lions, elephants, leopard and other wild animals in their natural habitat! All this with the choice of staying in a luxury safari lodge, bush camp, or any other accommodation facility that best suits your taste.
Other than the sampled holiday safari tours, we also create tailor-made safari itineraries to suit individual and/or group interests.
If therefore you do not find one that meets your requirement, please send us an e-mail telling us your ideas and we will work together to design your dream holiday safari.
While doing this we advise to give attention to preferred mode of transportation, levels of accommodation, Wildlife parks of interest, tour safari duration, group size, budget and activities of interest. All our Road Safaris depart daily subject to minimum 2 persons booking.
9 Days Tsavo East, Tsavo West, Amboseli, Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria, Masai Mara





Aberdares National Park is situated in the central highlands of central Kenya. The 767 km2 park cuts through valleys and deeply forested habitat and slopes in the western region. The Black Rhino is among the wildlife to be spotted in the park together with elephant, Sykes monkey, colobus monkey, leopard, baboon and occasionally the bongo antelope - found in the bamboo forest – and the lion. The eland and serval cats are to be found higher up in the moorland. Wildlife and bird viewing is not all the park offers; picnicking while bird viewing the over 250 species of birds including the eagles, plovers and the Jackson’s Francolin is a must do. Trout fishing in the park rivers and waterfalls is available. Camping together with walking are ample activities to compound the park experience. The park is home to several luxurious lodges including the Treetops Lodge, famed for hosting Princess Elizabeth when she learnt that she had become a queen, after the death of her father.

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Lake Nakuru National Park is situated in the Rift Valley region of Kenya and comprises of the blue-green Lake Nakuru, bushy grasslands and yellow acacia woodlands, the Great Rift Valley Escarpments hills and ridges. The park’s swamps and marshes are home to water birds including the famed pink flamingo and around 450 terrestrial bird species. The buffalo, white rhino, zebra, giraffe, hyena and over 56 mammal species are in abundance. Your stay is in world class lodges such as the spectacular Sarova Lion Hill Lodge or Lake Nakuru lodge. Alternatively you have the option of pitching in special campsites namely Reedbuck, Nyuki, Nyati, Rhino, Soysambu, Chui and Naishi. Public Campsites at Bacpakers and Makalia equally provide additional camping options.

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Maasai Mara Game Reserve is Africa’s greatest wildlife and the world’s most famous safari destination, located in Kenya. The Mara is famous for the Great Wildebeest migration - 8th wonder of the world - , roaming lions and of course the hospitable Maasai people. The 1,510 sq km reserve has a habitat ranging from riverine forests to grasslands doted with acacia tree famed for being leopard resting points. The Mara is part of the ecosystem that includes the equally famous Serengeti of Tanzania. The wildlife variety is truly overwhelming: Thomson’s gazelle, zebra, black rhino, buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion, fox, jackals, impalla and hippopotami in addition to the abundant bird species.

The 8th wonder of the world occurs annually in the Mara - the annual migration of millions of wildebeest, Thomson Gazelles and zebra from the Tanzanian Serengeti in search of water and pasture. Following on their heels are the predators of the Savannah - lion, cheetah, wild dog, jackal, hyena and vultures.

If photography is your prime interest then an extension of your safari will mostly reward your quest for the perfect wildlife shot. So captivating is the natural beauty of the savanna, scrubs, tree and cloud shadows not forgetting the Mara River and a myriad of seasonal rivelets some hosting the Nile crocodiles and the hippopotami. If you are lucky you can spot an endangered black rhino. The famous Maasai tribesmen live within the dispersal area of the game reserve in the surrounding local ranches.

Samburu National Reserve is a game watching paradise. All the African big cats - lion, cheetah, and leopard -are present here. There are also several elephants and buffaloes, plus many wild animals that are found nowhere else in Kenya, e.g Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe and gerenuk.

Amboseli National park is famous for being one of the best place in Africa to get close to free-ranging elephants among other wildlife species. The park sits on the lower slopes of the spectacular Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain. The ecosystem mainly savannah grassland spreads across the Kenya-Tanzania border. Major attractions are the Large herds of elephants, Mt Kilimanjaro which is clearly visible above the clouds in an early morning, the big five and other animals including buffalo, black rhino, zebra, wildebeest and other plain animals.

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