Kenya is famous for its wildlife safaris and offers incredible opportunities to witness some of Africa’s most iconic animals in their natural habitats. Game viewing Safaris in Kenya guarantee big game sightseeing, with all the African Big Five Animals.
There is no better way to describe Kenya’s game drives and Game viewing in some of the premier conservation spots such as Masai Mara, Amboseli, and Samburu National Reserve. The country is a hotspot for wildlife safaris in East Africa just like her neighbor Tanzania. Kenya’s National Parks and Reserves have outstanding wildlife populations in the region. Masai Mara National Reserve is the country’s game-viewing paradise with a wide variety of wildlife, and home to the Great Migration.
Wildlife viewing in Kenya’s premiere Parks such as Masai Mara is awful and unforgettable. The abundance of wildlife and the spectacular landscapes in the country truly make it a top destination for African safaris. The country is made up of gently rolling hills and wide open plains; this is the quintessential African safari experience that any traveler will wish for!
Safaris in Kenya offer spectacular sightseeing and Game viewing experiences since you will encounter large numbers of animals year-round, with big herds of elephants, buffalo, and other plains game. The country hosts the famous African Big Five Animals and there is a guarantee of seeing them on your vacation. Interaction of predators is also most common in National Parks during Game viewing Safaris in Kenya.
Masai Mara National Reserve
Masai Mara National Reserve is Kenya’s National treasure and a perfect place to get the most amazing views of wildlife. Large herds of animals can be seen in Masai Mara National Reserve in abundance. During Game viewing Safaris in Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve, you can see various species of animals that live there in freedom within their natural habitat and also in close proximity.
It is very exciting to receive a direct look from a lion, a zebra, or a wildebeest, without a barrier in between, a glass or a gate. Just a couple of kilometers from the entrance, herbivorous mammals such as zebras, wildebeest, and gazelles can be spotted in large numbers, wow!
The Great Wildebeest Migration in Masai Mara
Masai Mara hosts the second largest terrestrial Mammal migration on Earth, the annual Wildebeest Migration. Annually, large numbers of mammal grazers enter the Masai Mara from the south, after a long round trek of drier lands from Tanzania. The best time to witness the Great Migration is during the dry season between July and October. The experience is really amazing, with these lots of incidences that can be witnessed such as the Mara River crossing, wildebeest birthing, predators hunting down the mammal grazers and much more. Masai Mara is one of the top five reserves in Africa protecting a great population of lions and cheetahs. The reserve is also reliable when it comes to leopards, along with other less glamorous carnivores such as spotted hyenas, jackals, and bat-eared fox.
The country’s other parks such as Amboseli, Tsavo East and West, Samburu-Buffalo Springs, Meru, and Laikipia, are all home to most or all of the Big Five, i.e. lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and Black rhino. The country’s Amboseli National Park is a top place to see the giant African Elephants in their large herds. Just a few hours after entering the Park you will observe the large herds as they roam within the Park.
The black and white rhinos are spotted in healthy and conspicuous populations of one or both that you will see when you visit the country’s protected areas such as Tsavo West, Meru, Lake Nakuru, and several of the reserves on the Laikipia Plateau. Wildlife viewing in Kenya is really wonderful and unforgettable