Kenya still remains one of the most mysterious places in the world to visit today, and has much to see and do. Whether you wish to sleep amongst the wildlife or get to know the local tribes a Kenya Safari is just what you need. Kenya is one of the most culturally diverse places to travel while in Africa and has breathtaking natural beauty beyond anything you have ever seen.
What You Will See While on Kenya Safari
Your time spent in Kenya won’t be spent like it would in America, because the wildlife you will find is so unique. Those who love nature will absolutely love viewing the millions of Wildebeest and Zebra that migrate across the Southern part of the country each year. Although their beauty is quite serene, these creatures are not aware of what predators await them in the distance. The natural beauty in Kenya means that you can’t go without visiting the Masai Mara National Park, and is the largest tourist attraction in Kenya.
This park is where the Great Migration takes place every year, which has been noted by many experts to be a natural phenomenon. This large nature preserve is home to more than just the Wildebeest and Zebra, but is also home to other large roaming animals such as Antelope, Elephants, Giraffes, Leopards, Hyenas, Hippo and Crocodiles. The variety of wildlife here is as diverse as the culture, and while on your Kenya safari you may even spot two rare creatures known as the Black Rhino and Cheetah.
Other Attractions to See on Your Kenya Safari
The Samburu National Reserve is a wonderful attraction to visit while on Kenya Safari. This reserve sits along the Ewaso Nyiro River, which feeds the Samburu, Buffalo Springs and Shaba reserves. This reserve is diverse from its surrounding plains, covered in rich forest and is home to many unique birds and species of Giraffe, Doves and other wildlife. Although lions can be seen on the banks of the river, there is no need to avoid the gorgeous landscape here that awaits you. The Tsavo National Park is another impressive reserve that has more than ten million acres of landscape and wildlife to view.
The one unique feature that this reserve has is the railway which crosses over it, known as the Nairobi-Mombasa railroad. This historic railway was originally discovered in the 1800′s and is still there today. Another great way to enjoy your Kenya Safari is to travel by horseback, so you can ride across the plains and view the wildlife up close and personal. Ride Kenya has become one of the foremost attractions for visitors, and many riding schedules are available to choose from. There are more than 20 trained horses to choose from for your ride through Kenya. Adventure safaris are also great for those who have are willing to explore more of the African terrain. There is a Tour Operator so that each adventure is being monitored, and includes the tracking of chimpanzees, fishing, bird watching and more. No matter what your desire, you can get a tailor made Kenya Safari.