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Kenya Wildlife Safari Tips and Side Trips

Kenya Wildlife Safari Tips and Side Trips
Jambo! Welcome to the the ‘Big Five’ safari Country. The boundless wilderness and big game of this region has long attracted adventure seekers from all over the globe. No other African country can boast such an incredible range of landscapes, unique geographical features and wildlife species. Kenya offers safari seekers a chance to experience a natural world unchanged by the passage of time.
From the great migratory herds of the open savannah to an incredible abundance of birdlife, from the depths of a tropical rainforest to the depths of the Indian Ocean teeming with fish, this a world of natural wonders and all this is in Kenya. A safari into the wilds of Kenya is a journey into nature at its purest. Everywhere you look there is a profusion of life and picturesque tribesmen with never ending smiles and eager to say Jambo to any visitor they encounter. In this newsletter we look at the side trips offered in Kenya that will enrich your safari, add value to your already booked for safari.
Hot Air Balloon safaris


This incredible once in a lifetime experience offers the visitor a fantastic view of Kenya’s scenic beauty from the birds eye view with a soar over endless plains of Masai Mara, and the chance to drift unobtrusively over the wildlife below as you touch down, you are welcomed by glass of Champagne and The bush breakfast is accompanied with a selection of drinks and served on Fine tableware at prime scenic areas in the reserve hence adding exhilaration to the ultimate flying experience. An adventure of a lifetime.

Walking safaris in Kenya and cultural village visits
A privately escorted foot safaris within the boundaries of Game reserve’s is the best way to really experience the African bush at its best. This is an experience that will make you feel more alive and up close with the gentle giants like Giraffes. This is the other side of Kenya coupled with the visits to the Masai Tribesmen villages to learn about their culture taking pictures, dances,Traditional lectures and learning their way of life.
Birding Safaris
From the world’s biggest bird, the Ostrich, to the World Heritage Site, spectacular flamingos that congregate in their millions at the various Lakes of the Great Rift Valley and camouflage them in pink, Kenya holds some remarkable birding sights in the world and that you have to see them to believe.
With eleven percent of the world’s species – some 1089 different varieties, Kenya’s birding is one of the best in the world.  It very usual for birding trips to record 300-600 different varieties on a short trip or to record more than 120 at a particular site on a single day! The variety of birds in Kenya is made possible by the favourable climate, diverse habitats and geographical features that make it a suitable migratory route for birds. Even in Nairobi you are guaranteed to find birds everywhere you travel. A stroll in hotel gardens, a trip to the Nairobi National Park or the grounds of the National Museum is likely to turn up bright black and yellow weavers, tiny iridescent sunbirds resembling flying jewels, Secretary Bird, Bustards and Mousebirds with long tails, which are unique to Africa.
To see Kenya’s rarest, indigenous and unfortunately endangered birds, the bird enthusiast needs to seek out forests or highland grasslands tucked away amongst various farmlands.
Birding Guides
Naturalist guides are available at numerous of sites and are your best aid for locating and identifying the many species. They live at or near these sites and their birding interest is nurtured by that association with visiting scientists, birders and added to by some formal training. It is advisable to contact the local guides association if you will be spending time at a specific site.
By using local guides, you increase your bird citing success. More importantly, you will be supporting the conservation of that site by the involvement of the local community in sustaining the areas ornithology. Professional bird guides and Tour Operators who can accompany you on safari also provide additional guiding services that will broaden your birding experience.
Incentive Travel
Many businessmen and corporate executives dream of visiting Kenya. If you are looking for the perfect incentive travel option for your employees, affiliates or partners, why not let their dreams come true and offer them a Kenyan safari? Putting together the perfect safari package to suit any individual needs and interests couldn’t be any easier.
With our world of wildlife safari options, you’ll be spoilt for choice of mixing business with leisure.Think about Kenya as the ultimate prize in the big game of business. Business travellers to Kenya will find all of the facilities they need are widely available. Many hotels and resorts throughout the country offer corporate rates and discounts and have modern, efficient business centers with complete computer, telecommunication and internet service
Wildlife Safaris
We offer safaris that range from less than a week to a month or even longer.The prices shown on our site are for the safari only. We may show an air-inclusive price on the site, though that price is based on internal flight within operation of that tour only. Be sure to arrange for your own flight to and from Kenya.
Conferences with a Difference in Kenya
Kenya offers the perfect combination of work and play. Your time outside of the conference room can be spent exploring the wilderness, taking game drives, hikes or visiting local villages. What better way than develop team strength and strategy than to take your delegates on a challenging adventure safari? Rock climbing, white water rafting, came trekking and more are all available and easily accessable. Imagine ending your day’s meetings and discussions with a classic safari sundowner.
Your group can gather for drinks around a campfire, as day gives way to night and the air rings with the calls of the wild and under the stars. In this magical atmosphere, minds become more open, creative and focused and much is achieved.
Eco Safaris Kenya
Kenya is one of the global leaders in community-based ecotourism, working in tandem with the many local natives to develop innovative ways to protect the environment and local culture. Kenya is ahead of the ecotourism pack in other areas as well, planning to be Africa’s first country to develop and use international criteria to rate eco-lodges and Local tour operators. A leader in innovative eco-lodges, Kenya has won many international eco-lodge awards. We offer most of Kenya safaris based on this concept.
White water Rafting
One of Kenya’s best adventure safaris is a rafting expedition along the Ewaso N’giro and Athi river. The trip can last between three and eight days, depending on water levels and accessibility.
I hope the above will add value to your next African safari as Kenya has long been known as an adventurer’s paradise and a renown Big Game country. This is a land of endless opportunities for the active traveller, a country rich with possibilities for adventure and discovery. On your next magnificent vacation to Kenya, visit some of the remarkable game reserves to see giraffe, cheetah, zebra, leopard, lion, elephant, rhino, gazelle, hyena, Cape buffalo, and more—all in their native environments. Imagine the thrill of seeing these majestic animals as they sunbathe on grassy land, hunt and roam across the vast endless savannah plains of Africa. You’ve already seen it on television’s discovery channel and now is your chance to see them up close and personal in Kenya.
Regards,

 

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