Ultimate Kenyan safari
If you want to see lots of animals, including the Big Five, and visit the most beautiful and animal-dense parks in Kenya, this is the trip for you!
Masai Mara and Diani Beach
Kenya is that rare place that offers both world-class safaris as well as idyllic, white-sand beach holidays! Why choose when you can do both?
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The days aren't too hot and humid. There's virtually no rain, which makes animal spotting easier because the animals congregate around watering holes and there's also little vegetation to hide them. This is the season when the Great Wildlife Migration herds are in Kenya (during the rest of the year they're farther south in Tanzania).
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Richard Adika and Diana Schreiber
Kenya local leaders
The Great Wildlife Migration is an enormous and continuous roughly circular migration across the plains and woodlands of Tanzania and Kenya by two million wildebeests, zebras and antelopes. Learn all about this fascinating and truly spectacular phenomenon!
We use this post to chat about how safari safety. That means talking about which African nations are the safest for visitors, malaria, how to stay safe in terms of the wildlife, and the pros and cons of self-drive versus organised safaris.
The two countries where you can see the Great Wildlife Migration are Kenya and Tanzania. To help you decide which one to visit, we look at considerations like cost, safety, accessibility, crowds and more!
What type of plug do they use in Kenya?
Is Kenya a safe country for tourists?