GOSHENI EXPERIENCE​

Kenya Safari​

Experience the awe of the Maasai Mara, spot the Big Five, and bask in Kenya’s natural beauty on a safari adventure

About Kenya Safari​

Situated on the tropical east coast of Africa, Kenya evokes images of dramatic landscapes, a rich natural heritage, and a cosmopolitan fusion of African, Asian and European cultures. These diverse highlights have made Kenya among the most popular tourist destinations on the continent.

The number one attraction is the wildlife; including the Big 5 and the spectacle of the Great Wildebeest Migration. Spread over an extensive network of national parks and private conservancies, decades of proactive conservation and investment in the hospitality industry reveal a range of destinations and activities that cater to a variety of interests and market segments.

Highlights

The Great Migration

Over a million blue wildebeest, 200,000 zebras and a multitude of other antelope proceed on an annual circular route across the Masai Mara National Reserve and Serengeti, in search of grazing.

Big 5 Safari​

So named by early hunters as the most dangerous species to encounter, the legendary Big 5 live on in the modern photographic safari. The regal lion, secretive leopard, sentient elephant, moody Cape buffalo and prehistoric rhino are the most sought-after species of the African savanna.

Birding

With its diverse habitats, varying climate and abundance of wilderness left intact, Kenya is home to over 1100 species, including numerous endemics and a host of visiting migrants over the year.

Conservation Safari Experience

Participate in a conservation-focused safari experience aimed at promoting wildlife conservation and habitat preservation efforts in Kenya.

Bush Walks and Nature Trails

Delve into the heart of Kenya's wilderness on guided bush walks and nature trails led by experienced trackers and naturalists. Explore diverse ecosystems, from savannahs to forests, and encounter a myriad of flora and fauna up close.

Most Popular Kenya Safari​

Experience the thrill of a lifetime on a Kenya safari, where dreams of the wild come alive. Choose from our all time popular safari tours.

7 Days Kenya Luxury Safari
6 Days Kenyas Finest Luxury Safari
3 Days Kenya Luxury Safari

Top Safari Destinations​​

For many, Kenya’s safari experience is the benchmark, thanks to the country’s conservation vision and robust tourism sector. Whether you’d like to explore by foot, vehicle or hot air balloon, there’s something for nature lovers from all walks of life.

Masai Mara National Reserve​

Kenya’s flagship wildlife destination is home to the northern leg of The Great Wildebeest Migration and a high density of predators, particularly lions. Once the dust settles, the area is still home to an abundance of resident species, making this a worthwhile destination year-round.
Best time to go: June to October. For the Migration: September/October.

Amboseli National Park​

Only the towering presence of Mt Kilimanjaro dwarfs the impressive elephants for which Amboseli is renowned. The park is well-populated with wildlife, including some predators. In summer, bird-watchers are well rewarded with the arrival of various migrant species. Amboseli’s array of landscapes evokes the best of Africa’s beauty.
Best time to go: June to September, and January-February.

Tsavo West and Tsavo East
National Park

In their entirety, these neighboring parks constitute one of the largest conservation areas on the planet. Tsavo West is more developed for tourism, while Tsavo East offers a true wilderness experience. Both parks are home to the Big 5 and numerous mammal and bird species.
Best time to go: June to September, and January-February.

Samburu National Reserve​

Situated in the dry northern reaches of Kenya, this reserve is known for its beautiful arid landscapes. Visitors can view several species of mammals (Beisa oryx, reticulated giraffes and gerenuk) as well as several bird species uniquely adapted to drier conditions. Excellent leopard viewing is reported.
Best time to go: June to September, and January-February.

Lake Nakuru National Park

Renowned for occasional sightings of vast numbers of flamingos, this is Kenya’s most visited national park. Excellent viewing opportunities of rhinos, reticulated giraffes and other wildlife in a variety of habitats. The lake is host to countless water birds that visit to breed and feed in nutrient-rich waters.
Best time to go: June to March.

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6 Days Kenyas Finest Luxury Safari
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10 Days Kenya Honeymoon Safari
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12 Days Kenya Luxury Road Safari
4 Days Mid-Luxury Kenya Safari

Best Time To Go​

Discover optimal safari timing with our seasonal guide for prime wildlife sightings and unforgettable experiences

While a fantastic safari is all but assured all year round, the weather does have a role to play, meaning that certain times are better than others. The best time falls between June and October and January/February when the dry conditions make animal spotting that much easier.

Although the timing is unpredictable, the wildebeest migration is evident from August, building to its peak in late September and October. The above period coincides with the Tourism High Season, meaning accommodations and parks are generally very busy.

The month of November and from March to May are the Wet Season, which means that some roads are inaccessible and certain camps close temporarily. On a positive note, special offers may be available at some camps as there are fewer tourists, and bird-watching is at its best.

What to do before or after the safari​

Explore supplementary destinations and activities to enrich your travel experience to the fullest extent possible.

Frequently Asked Questions About Kenya Safari

Get answers to common questions about traveling to Kenya Safari for a hassle-free experience. 

Can I see the Great Migration on a Kenya safari?
Yes, the Great Migration is best witnessed between July and October in the Maasai Mara.
Key parks include the Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo, and Samburu for diverse wildlife and landscapes.
Essentials include lightweight clothing, sturdy walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, a hat, binoculars, and a camera with extra batteries.

Expect to see the Big Five (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros), giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, and more.

Vaccinations for yellow fever and antimalarial medication are recommended for most travelers.

Include lightweight, neutral-colored clothing, a sun hat, sunscreen, binoculars, and a good camera.

Credit cards are widely accepted in cities and major safari lodges, but cash is preferred in remote areas.

Visit Maasai villages, participate in cultural talks, and buy local crafts to immerse in the local culture.

Many safari lodges operate on eco-friendly principles, supporting conservation and community projects.

Yes, balloon safaris are popular in the Maasai Mara, offering a breathtaking perspective of the wildlife and landscape.

Yes, comprehensive travel insurance covering medical emergencies and trip cancellations is highly recommended.

Tipping is customary and appreciated, with suggested amounts for guides, drivers, and lodge staff.

Absolutely, Kenya’s coast offers beautiful beaches like Diani, perfect for relaxation after a safari.

Options range from luxury lodges and tented camps to budget-friendly campsites, all offering various levels of comfort and immersion in nature.

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