As a renowned Kenya Tanzania safari tours operator we organize flawless Kenya Tanzania trips that matches your interest, time frame and budget.
We offer day trips and multi-day tours from Nairobi, short safaris, excursions and sightseeing in and around Nairobi City, Kenya Tanzania tours both road trips and fly-in safaris. Wildlife trips and beach vacations Mombasa, Diani and Zanzibar. Seamless East Africa safari tours.
Our trips features wildlife parks of (Kenya) Masai Mara, Amboseli, Nakuru, Samburu, Ol Pajeta, Tsavo, (Tanzania) Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Manyara, Tarangire.
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Kenya National Parks for Kenya Wildlife Safaris & Tours.
Masai Mara National Reserve
Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the most well-known reserves on the entire continent. More than 40% of Africa’s larger animals can be found here, even though it contains 25% of what’s left of the Kenyan wildlife.
It is located in south-west Kenya and belongs to the Maasai people, and is being administered by the local county councils.
The terrain is mostly open grassland. In the south-east region, one can find the distinctive acacia tree. The plains between the Mara River and the Esoit Siria Escarpment are the best area for game viewing, especially when it comes to lions and cheetahs.
The Mara is famous for the river crossing during the Great Migration, when wildebeest, Thomson’s gazelle, topi, and zebra go to and from the Serengeti in Tanzania every year between July and October. The predators are also present for the show.
All members of the Big Five (lion, elephant, leopard, cape buffalo, and rhinoceros) can be found here, just as other wildlife that can be spotted here, which includes hippopotamus, crocodile, hyenas, cheetah, jackals, antelopes, and the Masai giraffe. More than 470 species of birds call the Masai Mara National Reserve their home.
Amboseli National Park
The second most popular park in Kenya, Amboseli National Park, is well-known for the views of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Sprawling over 392 sq km/ sq mi, Amboseli National Park spreads across the Kenya-Tanzania border. The park protects two of the main swamps and offers one of the best wildlife-viewing experiences in the world.
It is famous for being the best place in the world where you can get close to free-ranging elephants. Set against the backdrop of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the sight is magnificent.
Due to the long, dry months, the vegetation is sparse which is perfect for spotting wildlife. The animals that can be seen here are the African bush elephant, impala, Cape buffalo, cheetah, lion, hyena, wild dog, wildebeest, zebra, crocodile, mongoose, and Masai giraffe. Over 600 species of birds call Amboseli their home, too.
Lake Nakuru National Park
One of the Rift Valley soda lakes, Lake Nakuru stands at 1,754 m (5,755 ft) above sea level and is protected by the Lake Nakuru National Park. The abundance of algae attracts a lot of flamingos, which made the lake so famous.
However, the number of flamingos at the lake depends on the water and food conditions. The best vantage point is from Baboon Cliff. But, unfortunately, due to weather changes lately there are only a few of them left at Lake Nakuru as many have migrated to Lake Bogoria, located within Lake Bogoria National Reserve.
The national park can easily be visited on a day trip from the capital, but most often it is part of a circuit together with the Serengeti and Masai Mara.
Other birds that live here are pelicans and cormorants. As for the animals, the area is home to warthogs, baboons, waterbucks, eastern black rhinos, and southern white rhinos.
Mount Kenya National Park
With its rugged glacier summits and forested middle slopes, standing 5,199 m (17,057 ft) tall, Mt. Kenya is an impressive sight. Mount Kenya National Park was established to protect the mountain, the surrounding environment, and wildlife. The national park and the forest became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.
It is an ancient extinct volcano, now Africa’s second highest mountain. There are still 12 glaciers on the mountain, but they are receding rapidly.
The mountain gives the park a different feel than the other national parks in the country, but the African animals are still present. One can spot elephants, monkeys, antelopes, buffalos, bushbucks, leopards, giant forest hogs, porcupines, and a lot of birds.
The Tsavo National Park
Tsavo is so large that it’s made of two parks: Tsavo East National Park and Tsavo West National Park. The largest national park in Kenya and one of the largest in the world is located between Nairobi and Mombasa.
Tsavo East is slightly larger and features flat, dry plains and the Galana River. It is famous for the Tsavo lions, a population that often lacks the manes entirely. Other animals in this part are bushbuck, caracal, African dormouse, African bush elephant, gazelle, giraffe, spotted hyena, striped hyena, impala, leopard, lesser kudu, monkey, plains zebra, and Grevy’s zebra.
Tsavo West is wetter and more mountainous, known for the large mammals, such as black rhino, Cape buffalo, elephant, Masai lion, leopard, and hippopotamus. Other animals that can be spotted here are the bush baby, lesser kudu, and the Masai giraffe.
Samburu National Reserve
Samburu National Reserve is located on the banks of the Ewaso Ng’iro River, which flows through dorum palm groves and thick forests.
Due to its inaccessibility for many years, the reserve still fascinates visitors with its natural serenity.
The river attracts a variety of wildlife. All three big caps – lion, cheetah, and African leopard- can be spotted here but Samburu does not host the Big Five. However, it is famous for being home to its own Special Five – the beisa oryx, Grevy’s zebra, Somali ostrich, gerenuk, and reticulated giraffe.
Other animals that can be spotted here include the olive baboon, the warthog, the waterbuck, Grant’s gazelle, and impala. A variety of birds call this park their home.
Aberdare National Park
Aberdare National Park is a high-altitude park. Due to its location, the park is very rainy and misty but offers spectacular views of waterfalls, ravines, and streams. It is also home to the second largest herd of the endangered black rhinoceros.
Some of the animals that can be spotted here are elephants, leopards, spotted hyenas, olive baboons, warthogs, and bushbucks. Rare sightings include those of the serval cat, African civet, and golden cat.
Bird viewing is also great here as the park is home to more than 250 species of birds.
Nairobi National Park
Nairobi National Park is only a short drive from the capital city of Kenya, Nairobi. It is also the country’s first national park, established in 1946.
During the dry season (January to March), migrating herbivores gather in the park. Thereby, Nairobi National Park is also one of the most successful rhinoceros sanctuaries.
Despite its proximity to a city, the park houses a large and diverse wildlife population. Some of the animals that can be spotted here are Cape buffalo, baboon, eastern black rhino, wildebeest, cheetah, Grant’s zebra, African leopard, lion, impala, Masai giraffe, hippopotamus, and waterbuck. There are 400 migratory and endemic bird species that call this park their home.
Tanzania National Parks for Tanzania Wildlife Trips.
Serengeti National Park.
Found in northern Tanzania, is known for its massive annual migration of wildebeest and zebra. Seeking new pasture, the herds move north from their breeding grounds in the grassy southern plains. Many cross the marshy western corridor’s crocodile-infested Grumeti River. Others veer northeast to the Lobo Hills, home to black eagles. Black rhinos inhabit the granite outcrops of the Moru Kopjes.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area
The Ngorongoro Conservation Area spans vast expanses of highland plains, savanna, savanna woodlands and forests. Established in 1959 as a multiple land use area, with wildlife coexisting with semi-nomadic Maasai pastoralists practicing traditional livestock grazing, it includes the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater, the world’s largest caldera. The property has global importance for biodiversity conservation due to the presence of globally threatened species, the density of wildlife inhabiting the area, and the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra, gazelles and other animals into the northern plains. Extensive archaeological research has also yielded a long sequence of evidence of human evolution and human-environment dynamics, including early hominid footprints dating back 3.6 million years.
Lake Manyara National Park.
Lake Manyara NP is a small park at the base of the Rift Valley escarpment. Its groundwater forest offers a nice change of scenery from the more savannah-dominated parks. Although the park is known for tree-climbing lions, big cats aren’t that easily seen. Elephant are prolific and are the main attraction.
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire is one of the more seasonal parks in northern Tanzania, with a lot of migratory movement within the greater Tarangire ecosystem. In the Dry season, between June and October, large herds of animals are attracted to the Tarangire River. At this time, the elephant numbers are spectacular and the park should be part of any safari in northern Tanzania.
” Dream Come True”
My family of 7 and I have just come back from an amazing safari trip.
Going on safari has always been on my bucket list. I researched a few tour operators but Kenya Safari Deals met all my expectations. He planned it all within our budget.
We saw the big cats and all big five. My little boys aged 8 and 6 enjoyed every moment. The animals were sooo close it was unbelievable!
Overall, a great unforgettable experience.
Thank you – Shorty ( UK).
Visited October 2018.
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My husband and I just got back from a safari in Kenya and Tanzania. All plans were done on the internet.
Kenya Safari Deals delivered everything we had hoped for. Philip our guide did an excellent job and spoke very good English so communication was not a problem.
Philip has a love of nature and his country and had a great sense of humor. He was a lot of fun to be with.
Mia Jayden – California, US.
Visited July 2018.
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My wife and I just got back from our trip arranged by Kenya Safari Deals, very helpful at the very beginning, answering all my questions through e-mail. The tour was very well organized. Our guide in Kenya, Joseph, was very good. He could not only spot game, but had lots of information about them.
Moses was our guide for Tanzania part of our trip, and we enjoyed him and his knowledge, We saw just about every kind of wildlife there is to see.
I would certainly recommend using Kenya Safari Deals for their service and reasonable cost.
Philippe & Ethan – Vancouver, Canada.
Visited August 2018.
Family Trip – Excellent !
just got back from a perfect family trip with Kenya Safari Deals! we all recommend this company. we had a group of nine with 3 teenagers.
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our guide Philip was the best! with excellent knowledge and most important-the greatest driving skills!
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Fletcher – Melbourne, Australia.
Visited September 2018.
We were fortunate enough to have Kenya Safari Deals organize our Kenyan adventure.
Joseph is an amazing guide and driver! He was always cautious and responsible. He is extremely polite, helpful and knowledgeable!
I cannot fault the trip at all. We loved every second of the adventure.
We will definitely recommend Kenya Safari Deals services to any others wishing to visit Kenya!
Natalie & Ryan – Maryland, US.
Visited September 2018.
“Best Trip Ever !”
Thank you Kenya Safari Deals and Staff, You made our trip the best of all trips we have done in Africa and Asia ! our driver Josef made it fabulous. Sylvester was very helpful, patient and accommodating when we were planning this trip and was happy to advise us on every details we wanted to make the trip awesome. He was there at the airport with Josef to meet us at the airport and make sure we were all right.
Josef was a fantastic driver/guide – very knowledgeable about Kenyan life, the National Parks and the animals and birds in them (and with a sense of humor). He took on us many excellent game drives, Many thanks again for making our dream trip come true and particularly to Josef for putting up with us without ever stopping smiling.
Linda – USA,
Visited January 2019.