Experience a safari vacation in Kenya. The best Kenya tours and safaris include Big 5 game viewing, incredible natural beauty and cultural encounters, the tropical beaches of the Kenyan coast. The safari list for Kenya includes seeing the Masai Mara with the legendary, Great Migration, Amboseli’ s incredible view of Mount Kilimanjaro and Samburu. Encountering fascinating cultures of the Maasai villages and taste the flavors of Africa. Kenya’s biggest attraction is the natural movement of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle called the Great Migration. Depending on when your Kenya safari takes place, you may witness the life-and-death struggles of the Mara River crossings or dramatic encounters with Africa’s top predators, Kenya offers a holiday for every traveler. From family safaris that offer child-friendly activities and services, adventurous honeymoons, small groups of friends, family celebrating a milestone anniversary. Kenya holiday the standards of service are high and offers luxury & budget accommodation ranging from colonial-style lodges, lavish, funky boutique hotels and amenity-packed resorts. The wildebeest migration is often punted as the “greatest show on earth”. Also known as one of the Seven New Wonders of the World. People usually see it on the Masai Mara in Kenya between the months of July –October.
Travel TipsBelow are some Kenya travel tips to help make your stay in Kenya a wonderful experience.
1) Visa and Passport Information:Always make sure that you have a visa before planning to travel to Kenya and also a current and valid passport, It is advisable when traveling to other country other than your home country make some copies for your visa and passport incase its lost or stolen.
2) Health advice:Health advice when traveling to Kenya is to make sure you protect yourself from mosquito bites, which could lead to malaria. Some protective measures against mosquito bites include using mosquito repellent with a minimum of 30 percent DEET, and using mosquito nets. If you will be traveling to the Kenyan coast or Western Kenya, it is advisable to take anti-malaria pills
3) Safety & Security:Many travelers ask questions like “Can I travel to Kenya “especially the first timer wants to travel in Kenya. Kenya has been a victim of tragic terrorist attacks, it is important to remember that these are very far from the main tourism vicinity. Security has been beeped up at all airports – especially Jomo Kenyatta and Wilson – and at hotels across Nairobi. We will never send a client to any place that we are not safe.
4) Money & Spending:
Kenya currency is the Kenyan Shilling although foreign currencies such as US Dollars are widely accepted Please note that due to the number of fake notes in circulation, no US Dollar bills printed before 2003 are accepted in Kenya and, in fact, your safest bet is to carry notes printed after 2006. Banking facilities and ATMs are found throughout Kenya’s major travel destinations and all major credit cards are widely accepted, in particular MasterCard, Visa and American Express.
Don’t fall for the safari myths!
With plenty of affordable choices, a variety of animals you may spot, and no need to “rough it” in a tent, there’s a trip suitable for any type of traveler. Stop falling for the myths and book your dream African safari now!