Kenya Nature

Among the many good reasons to visit Africa, Kenya is definitely one of the best motivations to drop everything and go. It’s got it all: wildlife, epic scenery, vibrant culture, and endless amounts of fun to be had. Whether you’re birding or on a Masai Mara safari, a guided Kenya nature trip won’t be without some wonderful surprises.

A very large number of people come to Kenya to hang out in the Masai Mara — and with good reason. Every year, close to two million wildebeests along with one million zebras, gazelles, and other wildlife migrate to and from Masai Mara. You can watch the world’s largest migration from on the ground while vultures circle overhead. You’ll see the Big Five in African game, and with an experienced guide, you’ll be able to get as close as possible without getting in harm’s way. Starting out in Nairobi, you can drive to the bottom of the Rift Valley with some viewpoints along the way to kickstart this awesome Kenya nature trip.

Looking for something a little more off the beaten path? Take a Kenya nature tour from Nairobi to Uganda’s premier game parks, the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, and the Rwandan vibe. Visit small communities and villages along the way, and embrace the local culture. This kind of trip is meant for getting to know the locals, all while taking in the breathtaking natural landscape and its wildlife.

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Unique Things To See And Do With Tour Guides In Kenya

Maurice Mwanzia

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$1500 USD

3 Days Nairobi Safari to Amboseli National Park

Enjoy a 3 Days, 2 Nights Nairobi Safari to Amboseli National Park. Day and departure are on request from Nairobi or Airport, for a lodge wildlife safari visiting the foot hills of Mt. Kilima…


David Safari

$560 USD

5 Days Maasai Mara / Lake…

Nairobi, Kenya, Kenya

Nature, Wildlife Safari


Daniel Maina

Nairobi, Masai Mara Reserve, Kenya

Nature, Wildlife Safari, Wildlife

$1250 USD

4-Days Wildebeest Migration

Masai Mara Reserve, Kenya, Kenya

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Kenya is for the birds! Or at least the birders. With a guide, start birding along Magadi Road before entering the Rift Valley Lakes area, where a mixture of freshwater lakes (Naivasha and Baringo) and saltwater lakes (like Elementaita and Bogoria) will provide plenty of birding opportunities. The Kakamega Forest is also full of potential, as well as the Masai Mara National Reserve. The perfect rolling plains make for a lovely presentation of bird species. You’ll see many exotic species along the way, like Sharpe’s Longclaw, Hinde’s Babbler, Rock Pratincole, the Great Blue Turaco, and more. With luck, you might even spot a Southern Ground Hornbill.

Looking for more excitement? Try hiking Mount Kenya – but first, straddle the imaginary Equatorial line and take some photos in the process. Head out on a four-hour hike through the rainforest to the Met Station hut, and take in the views from several viewpoints. In Mount Kenya National Park, you’ll have opportunities to see hyenas, cheetahs, antelopes, monkeys, buffaloes, and zebras.

Even if you’ve got limited time in Nairobi, you can visit the nearby elephant orphanage, where you’ll touch and play with orphaned babies while learning their life history. There’s also the giraffe center, home to the endangered Rothschild giraffes. You’re able to touch and feed a giraffe at a close range while learning all about these beautiful animals. For the brave, there’s The Snake Park — home to some extremely large reptiles.

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