Excursions in Kenya with a guide

1986 excursions and activities in Kenya are offered at reasonable prices and may be booked online. A knowledgeable guide or a unique adventure with a local are your two options.

Interesting facts about Kenya

Whether you are traveling to Kenya for business or pleasure, there are plenty of stunning sights to see in the country. The country has a coastline that runs along the Indian Ocean and features a number of national parks. You can also take a safari to see wildlife like lions and elephants.

Mount Kenya

Known as the 'Hotspot', the Mount Kenya ecosystem is threatened by poaching and illegal logging. The park also houses a diverse range of wildlife including elephants, black rhinos and antelopes.

Mount Kenya

The best time to visit Mount Kenya is during the dry season. The road is generally less slippery during this time. However, the mountain can be very dangerous during the rainy season. The road is rocky and the trail is not always well maintained.

There are several routes to the top of Mount Kenya. One of the most popular routes is the Sirimon Route. This route is popular among tourists who prefer to enjoy the views from the summit. The route takes two days to reach the top.

Another popular route is the Naro Moru Route. This route begins at the town of Naro Moru and merges with the Peak Circuit Path. The trail continues to Mackinder's Camp and then Shipton's Camp.

The route is steep and takes about 10km to reach the summit. This route is recommended for less experienced climbers.

The Mount Kenya National Park is a protected area that protects the ecosystem at high elevations. It is home to several bird species and wildlife including elephants, black rhinos and duikers.

Mount Kenya is also home to a small herbivorous mammal known as the Mount Kenya hyrax. The hyrax is found at high elevations on the mountain.

Amboseli National Park

Located in southern Kenya, Amboseli National Park is a scenic park that offers a wide range of activities for visitors. It is known for its large elephant herds, as well as its variety of mammal and bird species.

Amboseli National Park

The park offers an abundance of wildlife, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, zebra, and giraffes. The park has a diverse habitat with swamps, open plains, and marshes. The park also has a good trail network, including around lakes.

Amboseli is one of the best places to see the Big Five. These are lions, leopards, elephants, and rhinos. The park is also a good place to see many lesser known wildlife species. You can also observe the Maasai people, pastoralist herders.

Amboseli is also known for its large populations of migratory birds. Birds such as the Tavete golden weaver, Vonder Dickens horn bills, Hartlaub's bustard, and Rufous chatterer are among the bird species that can be spotted. There are also plenty of plains game, such as Burchells' zebra and impala. The Observation Hill tower is a good place to watch for birds and wildlife.

The park also has a great underground water supply, with fresh water coming from the ice cap of Kilimanjaro. There is also a reliable year-round water source in the form of the Amboseli Mountain meltwater.

Amboseli National Park is known for its vast lakes and marshes. The park is also home to thousands of flamingos.

Lake Nakuru

Located in Kenya, Lake Nakuru is a birder's paradise. Flamingos flock to the lake in huge numbers, and there are several other water birds to watch for. Some of the best spots to watch for birds are the Baboon Cliff and the Out of Africa viewpoint.

Besides birds, you can also spot lions, leopards, and other big game animals at Lake Nakuru. The game reserve offers visitors the opportunity to drive around and look for rhinos and giraffes.

The lake is surrounded by a savanna grassland that transitions to acacia woodland. Visitors can also hike and take in the scenery. The park has been named one of the most beautiful spots in Kenya by National Geographic.

Lake Nakuru is home to several mammal species, including black and white rhinos. It is also home to giraffes, zebras, buffaloes, and antelope. The lake is shallow, making it a good spot for hippo. Some crocodiles are found here, but they are relatively rare.

The lake is also home to some endangered species, including the African wild dog. During the 1980s, black rhinos were introduced to the park. They have since grown in number, but some of them have been relocated to other parks in Kenya.

Flamingos are attracted to the algae in the water, and the African fish eagles and Verreaux's eagles are also found here. A great bird to watch is the great white pelican.

Tsavo National Park

Located in the southeastern part of Kenya, Tsavo National Park is one of the largest national parks in the world. It is the home of a huge elephant herd and other wildlife species. The park is divided into two regions. The first is Tsavo East and the second is Tsavo West.

Tsavo National Park is characterized by semi-arid grasslands and savannah bush. It is home to a variety of different wildlife species, including leopards, cheetahs, and elephants. The park also contains over 500 different bird species. These birds include the river warbler and the Somali ostrich.

The park also has a rhino sanctuary. The Ngulia rhino sanctuary is run by the African wildlife foundation, which was created to protect rhinos from poaching. The sanctuary is located at the base of Ngulia hill.

There are many different attractions within the park. One of the most popular is the Mudanda Rock. This huge rock has drinking water and many animals are attracted to it. There are also underwater viewing hides.

The park also has caves and roaring rocks. Many lodges are located around watering holes. You can also enjoy game drives. The park is also home to spotted hyenas and cheetahs.

The park is located between Mombasa and Nairobi. The park is accessible by car and airplane. A number of safari lodges are available in the area. You can also take a walking safari in the park.

Maasai Mara

Located in the southwestern part of Kenya, Maasai Mara National Reserve is an area of preserved savannah wilderness. It borders Tanzania's Serengeti National Park. It is home to various animal species, including the lion, elephant, zebra and hyena. It also features a large population of plants.

The Masai Mara is an ideal destination for game viewing. It is home to a variety of animals including lions, giraffes, zebras, buffalos, elephants, cheetahs and leopards. There are also many bird species in the area. Some of the bird species in the Masai Mara are black kite, long-tailed cormorant, kori bustard, secretary bird and yellow-billed stork.

There are two main times of the year when you can go on a Masai Mara safari. The first is during the rainy season, from April to May. During this time, the roads become impassable because of floods. You will also have to cross the Mara River, which is a very dangerous place to cross. However, it is possible to see water animals like hippos and crocodiles during this time.

The Great Migration occurs during the end of July to December. During this time, millions of animals cross the Mara River to enter the Masai Mara. The big cats thrive on this abundance of prey. They hunt for their dinner and produce healthy offspring. The migration is one of the most famous wildlife events in the world.

Nairobi National Park

Located in the city of Nairobi, Nairobi National Park is one of Kenya's most beautiful places to visit. With over 400 bird species and over 100 mammal species, this park is a perfect place to see some of the country's most diverse wildlife.

Nairobi National Park is one of Kenya's largest national parks and is open year-round. It's also home to one of the country's largest concentrations of black rhinos. This park also offers a variety of game drives.

Nairobi National Park is best visited during the dry season. This is because the rains aren't as intense and wildlife viewing is easier. The park also offers spectacular views of the landscape from Observation Hill. It's also home to a treatment center for injured animals. The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust is also located inside the park.

The park is home to four of the "Big 5," the black rhino, lion, leopard, and elephant. The park is also home to various other animals.

Nairobi National Park has several picnic sites. These include the Mokoiyet Picnic Site, the Ivory Burning Site, and the Impala Picnic Site.

Nairobi National Park is also home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in Kenya. The Athi River forms the park's natural southern boundary. The river is filled with pristine river pools. The park is also home to a few extinct volcanoes. This rocky area is also the location of Mau Mau Cave.

Excursions and Day Trips in Kenya

Visiting Kenya is a great way to experience the natural beauty of Africa. This country has several parks and reserves that are open to visitors for day tours. These parks provide a fantastic opportunity to see hundreds of species, including the Big Five. These parks also offer activities such as trekking, biking, and wildlife watching. In addition to these activities, visitors can also experience authentic Maasai culture.

Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. This city is a bustling metropolis and offers many cultural and sport activities. It also offers an opportunity to experience a wildlife safari. Guests can see animals such as elephants, giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, buffaloes, and lions. The city is also home to the Nairobi Elephant Sanctuary.

The city of Nairobi is the perfect place to experience a variety of activities. Guests can enjoy the outdoors by trekking, biking, and kayaking. There are also sightseeing tours that take visitors around the city. Guests can also visit the Nairobi National Park, one of the largest parks in Kenya. The park has a number of hiking trails and picnic sites. The park is also home to cheetahs and vultures. There are also three campsites at the park.

Another great destination for travelers looking for day trips is Hell's Gate National Park. This park features deep gorges and rock towers, which is perfect for cycling. Visitors can also enjoy boat rides across Lake Naivasha. This park is also home to hundreds of birds and flamingos.

Maasai Mara is another great wildlife reserve in Kenya. Guests can experience the famous wildebeest migration and the Big Five. The park is also home to black rhinos, buffaloes, and hippos. This park also runs through the Mara River. Visitors can also visit a Masai village.

Mount Kenya is the second highest peak in Africa. This mountain offers hikers and trekkers a challenging trek. The park provides guides and staff to guide visitors. There are also all-inclusive packages available. Guests can also enjoy a hot air balloon ride.

Lake Nakuru is another beautiful lake and wildlife reserve in Kenya. This park is located just three hours from Nairobi. It is a great destination for birdwatching, as it is home to over 300 species. The park also boasts one of the world's largest flocks of flamingos. A two-day trip from Nairobi to Maasai Mara is a great way to see endangered animals. The park is also open year-round.

The Giraffe Center is a great destination for visitors who want to interact with giraffes. This center is run by the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, which is a non-profit organization. Visitors can feed giraffe pellets and have an up close look at giraffes. The park is also home to other wildlife, including hyenas, cheetahs, and zebras.

Diani Beach is a popular destination in Kenya. This beach is located on the eastern coast of Kenya. Visitors can enjoy water sports and snorkeling. The beach is also home to several restaurants and kitesurfing.

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