Looking for budget Kenya safaris an tour holidays? Kenya is of no doubt the favorite safari destination for majority of safari-goers on African safaris. A typical Kenya safari offers the best of authentic African wilderness experiences. On Kenya safaris, safari-goers are presented with plenty to explore ranging from the country’s unique landscapes, vast parks, game reserves, beach experience, honeymoon tours, magical mountains to distinct cultures.

Kenya is positioned suitably in East Africa and at its coastline is the scenic Indian Ocean with beautiful beaches and historical ports that initially harbored the Arabian and Asian Traders. At the heart of Kenya, holidaymakers have vast tea plantations and diverse species of wildlife including the big game making it an exceptional safari destination in Africa.

On the Western Provinces, there exist beautiful Lakes, Rivers, and pristine forests while the North features magnificent semi-desert and desert. Nairobi happens to be the capital city of Kenya and boasts of its modern skyscrapers overviewing different surrounding towns.

Visitor interaction on Kenya safari also includes cultural experiences. Kenya is made of different tribal groups but they are generally hospitable. They include the Maasai, Kikuyu, Luhya, Kalenjin and Luo. In addition, there are also European-Asian immigrants which makes Kenya a country with distinct cultures, traditions and lifestyles.


Kenya is 2nd largest of East African States and worldwide the 48th largest, occupying land area of about 580367sq.kms. It is also one of the populated countries in East Africa with estimated population of 47.6 million by 2019 alone. Adjacent to Kenya is Uganda to the West, South Sudan to the Northwest, Somalia in the East, Tanzania to the South and Indian Ocean in the South-east.

Great Migration in Masai Mara National Reserve.

The wildebeest migration is Kenya’s premier safari experience most safari-goers come to enjoy. It is an incredible world’s natural phenomenal enjoyed in the Masai Mara National Reserve also most popular as the Mara. It is during the Great Migration when about 1.5 million wildebeests and other grazers like gazelles and zebras can be watched as they cross the Mara River. This unique experience takes place across 2 eco-systems of the Masai Mara and the Serengeti.

The Great Migration can be witnessed while on a game drive in Masai Mara National Reserve. In addition, there are many of the reserve’s wildlife species to also sight including cheetahs, buffaloes, leopards, elephants, birds, hyenas and antelopes. The wildebeest migration experience in Masai Mara is best enjoyed during the dry months of July, August and September each year. Calving experience-a unique experience where you witness wildebeest give birth. This begins from January to February of every year.

To be allowed reach Masai Mara National Reserve to witness the great migration or game drive, safari-goers pay US $80 for entry fees. Masai Mara isn’t only an extensive protected area but also one of the Africa’s oldest reserves. It was created in 1948 and occupies about 1510sq.kms of land area.

The Masai Mara has many access gates including Talek Gate in the North-west, Oloololo Gate in the North-east, Musiara Gate, Sand River Gate and others. For safari-goers’ overnight stay, some of the lodges include among others Mara Ngenche Luxury Tented Camp, Maasai Serena Safari Lodge, Mara West Chalets, etc.

Other protected areas in Kenya.

While on Kenya safaris, visitor exploration isn’t limited to only the Great Migration in the Masai Mara National Reserve but there are many other national parks and unique attractions.

They include Tsavo National Parks, Mt. Elgon National Park, Hell’s Gate National Park, Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Mt. Kenya National Park, Nairobi National Park, Chyulu Hills National Park, Lamu Old Town, Central Island National Park and others.

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