Kenya Wildlife Safari from India - Packages, Destinations, FAQs, & More

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If you are looking for an amazing wildlife experience, look no further than a Kenya safari! This beautiful African country is home to Masai Mara, an abundance of safari parks, and animal species. In this blog post, we will discuss the best Kenya wildlife safari packages available from India.

We will also take a closer look at some of the most popular safari parks in Kenya, and highlight the “big five” animals that you can see on a Kenyan safari. So if you’re planning a trip to Africa, be sure to add Kenya safari packages to your list!

Book Your Kenya Wildlife Packages from India Today

Our best Kenya wildlife safari packages from India are expertly orchestrated to offer you safe, adventurous, and memorable moments in Kenya. For as little as under USD 1000, you will be off to a fun-loaded, Kenya Jungle safari package with us.

Our safari consultants, all born and raised in Kenya, handcraft the Kenya tour packages to give you insider access to the natural wonders of our country. You can book your safari by reaching us through phone and WhatsApp at +254-748-258-880 or email us at or

H2: Our Most Book &Bestselling Kenya Wildlife Packages

Best-Selling Wildlife PackagesDetailed ItineraryPrice Per Person Sharing
3-Day African Safari in KenyaView the Itinerary From USD 880
3-Day Masai Mara Budget SafariView the ItineraryFrom USD 880
3-Day Masai Mara SafariView the ItineraryFrom USD 880
4-Day Ashnil Mara Camp SafariView the Itinerary From USD 1190
4-Day Lake Nakuru & Masai Mara SafariView the ItineraryFrom USD 1180
4-Day Mara Serena Safari Lodge TripView the Itinerary From USD 1262
4-Day Masai Mara Flying SafariView the Itinerary From USD 1450
4-Day Masai Mara Group SafariView the ItineraryFrom USD 750
4-Day Masai Mara Migration SafariView the Itinerary From USD 1430
5-Day Naivasha & Masai Mara Group SafariView the Itinerary From USD 854
6-Day Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara SafariView the ItineraryFrom USD 1764
6-Day Amboseli, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Group SafariView the ItineraryFrom USD 1186
6-Day Hell’s Gate, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara SafariView the Itinerary From USD 1788
6-Day L. Nakuru, Hell’s Gate, & Masai Mara Group SafariView the Itinerary From USD 1123
6-Day Nairobi & Masai Mara Family SafariView the Itinerary Adult From USD 2000
Child From USD 628
6-Day Nairobi, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara SafariView the ItineraryFrom USD 1795
7-Day Amboseli, Naivasha, & Masai Mara Group SafariView the Itinerary From USD 1130
13-Day Kenya Wildlife & Beach SafariView the Itinerary From USD 5258

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What Are the Destinations that Can be Covered Through Kenya Safari Packages?

There are many amazing destinations that can be covered during a Kenya wildlife safari. They range from the most popular reserve in the world, Masai Mara National Reserve, to Lake Nakuru National Park, where you can find different wildlife species and bird species.

The Masai Mara National Reserve  – One of the Best Reserves in the World

Africa has various tourist destinations, but of them all, the Masai Mara National Park is the ultimate show-stopper.  It’s home to the “big five” animals, including elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos, and buffaloes.

Masai Mara National Park is located in southwest Kenya, just below the Great Rift Valley. This magnificent reserve spans over 1,510 square miles and is home to numerous other wildlife species, including cheetahs, hyenas, giraffes, wildebeests, and zebras.

The Great Wildebeest Migration (one of the wonders of the modern world) is just one of the most outstanding spectacles unique to the Masai Mara National Reserve.

Imagine a stampeding herd of over 1.5 million Wildebeests, over 250,000 zebras, elands, gazelles, and an assortment of other herbivores unanimously moving together. It is a thundering synchronized relocation that defies explanation due to its sheer magnitude.

However, the good news is that it takes place every year, and you too can be a part of it with our Kenya safari packages. Aside from the annual migration and the big five, the Mara National Reserve is also home to a variety of bird species and on a single vacation, you can get to witness them all!

A trip to this Kenya safari park is made more fruitful because Masai Mara National Park is one of the few that offer night game drives! As such, you get your fill of even the most elusive night predators that you hardly see in other areas during the day.

And since the annual migration coincides with the warm season, your vacation will not be dampened by unsavory weather. And the Masai Mara National Park is one of the few reserves in the world where humans (the Maasai people) and wildlife have coexisted for decades.

It indeed gets its name from the Maasai, a people who have zealously and successfully guarded their heritage and culture against western influence.

Some of the activities to do here include game drives, hot air balloon rides, bush picnics and walks, bird-watching excursions, photography safaris, and many more! You can stay in great accommodations starting from budget to luxury plus ones, such as Mara Maisha Camp, Entim Mara, and others. - Leopard - Leopard

Aberdare National Park  – One of the Most Unique Parks in Kenya

The sound of waterfalls, birds chirping, and the vision of thick salient forests are just some of the things that characterize the Aberdare National Park. Known for its magnificent waterfalls, the Aberdare National Park is a paragon of jungle vacations.

The national park is located in the Central Highlands of Kenya and is nearly 7,000 feet above sea level. It measures some 187 square miles and is home to a variety of wildlife species and many migratory and residence bird species. So, if you are an avid bird watcher, the national park has over 250 bird species you can see when you book our Kenya tour packages.

Aberdare National Park also hosts many black Rhino populations, spotted hyenas, black and white colobus monkeys, leopards, and buffaloes. Other enchanting participants include bushbucks, olive baboons, warthogs, giant forest hogs, and African wild cats. African civets, serval cats, the bongo, and the blue duiker are also sighted on occasion.

You will be spoilt for choice with the range of activities at this park, from camping, game viewing, and hiking/ trekking, to birdwatching. Alternatively, you may opt to picnic with your family as you enjoy the splendor of one of the many waterfalls dotting the area. Aberdare National Park is in every aspect one of the best Kenya safari parks for Kenya safari packages.

The best activities here include game drives, bush hikes and walks, bird-watching excursions, and fishing on the Aberdare rivers. Additionally, you can opt to go horseback riding, visit the Treetops Rift Valley Hotel, or trek to Sybla Mountain and waterfalls. - Antelopes and Zebras - Elephant

Lake Nakuru National Park – Home of Flamingo for Kenya Wildlife Safari

When you picture a lake, its edges marooned by a blanket of pink that is Lake Nakuru National Park for you. Famed for its pink flamingos, which sometimes number in the millions, the national park is located in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya. Lake Nakuru is a small shallow alkaline lake that measures 15 square miles and is part of the Lake Nakuru National Park.

Although the lake and its flamingos are the most striking features of the national park from a distance, there are more fabulous treasures for you to experience up close. This Kenya safari park presents a buffet selection for you to enjoy the best Kenya wildlife safari ever. Expect to spot a variety of wildlife species like cape buffalos, black rhinos, hippos, eland, zebra, waterbuck, giraffes, and leopards.

On a visit to Lake Nakuru national park, you may also be pleasantly surprised by sightings of pythons in the woodlands, dangling off trees, or simply crossing the road. As far as avian life is concerned, Kingfishers, the African sea eagle, and Verreaux’s eagle are just some of the bird species that dominate Lake Nakuru National Park.

The activities that you can do for a memorable Kenya safari at Lake Nakuru National Park are game drives, bird watching, photography safaris, and camping. There are a variety of camps to stay in starting from budget to luxury, as well as a number of lodges and tented camps. - Flamingos - Antelopes

Samburu National Reserve – Samburu Special Five

One of the lesser-known gems on the Kenya wildlife circuit is the Samburu National Reserve. This unassuming corner of the globe was rated ‘The second most beautiful place in the world’ by CNN Travel in 2019.

And rightly so, as the park packs a mean punch when it comes to jungle tours in Kenya, with its generous supply of big cats (lions, leopards, and cheetahs), as well as wild dogs.

Samburu National Reserve is located in the heart of Kenya’s Northern Frontier District, within the great Ewaso Ngiro River basin. The reserve is home to the Samburu people, a semi-nomadic tribe that has lived in peace with the wildlife for generations.

It is an oasis for predators like lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, and many more.  Naturally, with such a high number of predators on the loose, the herbivores are also aplenty, with Grevy’s zebras, Guenther’s dik-diks, Beisa Oryx, and the long-necked gerenuk topping the list.

Also in abundance are African ostriches, who, together with the five herbivores listed above, constitute ‘Samburu’s Special Five.’ As for avian life, the park boasts over 450 bird species and is considered a birding hotspot by many.

Enjoy walking and biking safaris and witness all these animals in action. Also, get to meet the awesome Samburu people while marveling at their unique form of dress and overall culture. Other activities include a game drive, nature walks, camping safaris, and many more!

The accommodations at Samburu National Reserve are top-notch starting from tents to luxury lodges, allowing you to choose the best option for your Kenya safari experience. - Baboon - Giraffe

Ol Pejeta Conservancy – Home of the Last Northern White Rhinos

Ol Pejeta Conservancy is the closest place to our nation’s capital, where you get to see the Big Five (Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Rhino, and Cheetah). It’s set against the backdrop of the ice peaked magnificent Mount Kenya and offers a scenic setting for great photographs during a safari in Kenya.

The Conservancy is a poster child of White Rhino conservation efforts and has aggressively championed the cause through its most outstanding ambassador, Sudan- the last northern white Rhino.

Sudan was the last of his species globally, and although he ultimately passed on due to age-related complications, Rhino conservation efforts are still in full throttle.

Therefore, at the Ol Pejeta, you can expect to see scores of rhinos, as it’s the largest rhino sanctuary in East Africa. Other wildlife species at the park include huge herds of giraffes, zebras, and wildebeest.

It is an oasis for chimpanzees, thanks to the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary, which is located here. Other activities on offer include guided game viewing, nature walks, and chimpanzee tracking experiences. You will also be excited to learn that the park offers many accommodations starting from budget to luxury lodges, where you can spend your night during your safari in Kenya. - Gate Ol Pejeta - Equator

Nairobi National Park – Kenya Wildlife Safari Capital

When we say that Kenya safari parks are in a league of their own, we bear in mind facilities such as the Nairobi National Park in the capital. It is the only wildlife national park in the world to be located in the vicinity of a major capital.

What’s more, its location does not diminish the diversity of animals within it. On the contrary, it presents you with a vast array of wildlife species, from leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, lions, black rhinos, giraffes, and buffalos, not to mention over 400 bird species.

All that excitement within a 30-minute drive, starting from the CBD! We know that you might be tempted to think that these animals are squeezed into a tiny enclosure, but nothing could be further from the truth.

The park sits on 117 km2 and presents a sprawling open space and an open southern boundary to allow the free migration of animals to the Kitengela plains. You can partake in various activities on a visit to the park, such as hiking, picnicking, and walking/hiking. You can also enjoy a half-day game drive at the national park where you will have a great experience. - Rhino - Egyptian Goose

Kisite Mpunguti Marine National Park – Marine Park

Your vacation is never quite complete without visiting the aquamarine tourism belt. The Kisite Mpunguti Marine National Park is one of the many marine tourist destinations our country offers.

The National park is located on Kisite Island and is a rich collection of coral gardens and marine life. Here, a dramatic color display of fish and other aquatic life presents itself when you snorkel at this marine park.

Hailed as ‘the Masai Mara of the sea,’ Kisite Mpunguti has an infinite quantity of sea life, such as humpback whales, fish, and dolphins. You can swim with the dolphins or if a temperate pastime is more to your liking, sunbathe on the gorgeous white beach.

However, if adrenaline-filled expeditions are your thing, why not organize a scuba diving trip and see all the coral and marine life in full technicolor?

You won’t do a game drive here, but you will still enjoy the variety of marine wildlife present. And you will get great accommodations starting from budget to luxury hotels and resorts, so you can have a comfortable stay during your Kenya wildlife package. - Turtle - Dolphin

Amboseli National Park – Home of Elephants

With over 900 African Elephants, Lions, Hyenas, flocks of Wildebeest, Zebras, Giraffes, and Antelope Amboseli National Park is without a doubt one of the best destinations for Kenya wild safaris. For bird lovers, Amboseli National Park is home to hundreds of bird species and offers different dimensions of birdlife like never seen before.

Another attraction within the park is Lake Amboseli, which is located west of the national park. Last but not least, is the magnificent ice-peaked Mount Kilimanjaro, whose commanding presence grabs your attention the moment you step into the Amboseli National Park. It is the ideal vacation for first-time safari enthusiasts. 

Amboseli National Park is located only 2 hours away from Nairobi at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. Whether you are on a Kenyan wildlife tour or a Kenyan safari package, you will definitely be spending a day in this world-famous park.

Often combined with the Masai Mara National Park, Amboseli National Park offers great activities like a game drive, bush dinner, hot air balloon, and many more. You can also opt for a bird-watching Kenya safari during your stay at Amboseli National Park. - Wildebeest - Ugandan Crane

Tsavo National Parks – Tsavo West National Park & Tsavo East National Park

One of the most popular Kenya safari destinations is the vast Tsavo National Park, which encompasses the Tsavo West and Tsavo East national parks. Home to hundreds of animal species and birds, Tsavo National Park is the place to be if you want to experience the wild without having to travel far from civilization.

The Tsavo National Park is located just 5 hours away from Nairobi, and it stretches over an area of 14,000 km2. It is home to over 53 mammal species and 450 bird species. The main attractions of this national park are the Rhino Sanctuary, and the Mzima Springs, where you can see an assortment of aquatic life.

With so many activities to do in the Tsavo West National Park, such as a night game drive and a nature walk, you will never run out of interesting things to do here. ​ - Lion - Buffalo

Meru National Park – Complete Wilderness

One of the most popular Kenya wildlife tours is the Meru National Park. Located only 3 hours away from Nairobi, you will definitely want to visit the park for a Kenya wild safari. You will be able to see animal species like the Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, Hyena, and many more.

One of the biggest attractions in Meru National Park is the Bisanadi National Reserve, which inhabits a wide variety of wildlife and birds. With the park being one of Kenya’s most pristine, you will definitely be able to enjoy the full extent of nature and wildlife during your stay at Meru National Park. - Buffalo - Lioness

Lake Naivasha – Boat Riding Safari

Lake Naivasha is the world’s highest soda lake, and one of the most popular wildlife destinations. Located only 90 minutes away from Nairobi at the Great Rift Valley, you can easily explore all that Lake Naivasha has to offer.

One of the best things to do at Lake Naivasha is enjoy a boat ride, where you can see animal species like the Hippo, crocodile, and many more. You will be able to see the amazing vista of nature that surrounds the lake and spend your time relaxing in nature’s lap. - Boat Ride - Pelican

Crescent Island – Wildlife Walking Safari

For the best experience, a Lake Naivasha boat safari is combined with a walking safari on Crescent Island. On this wildlife tour, you will be able to walk around the island and see animals like Zebras, Giraffes, and many more. You leave your safari vehicle behind on the island and explore the park on foot. - Zebra & Giraffe - Zebra & Wildebeest

Sanctuary Farm – Horse Riding Wildlife Safari

Starting from Lake Naivasha, the Sanctuary Farm lets you see animals like the Zebra, Buffalo, and Warthog up close. If you are looking for a unique Kenya wildlife tour, you will definitely want to visit the Sanctuary Farm for a horse riding safari. - Giraffe & Wildebeest - Horse

Hell’s Gate National Park – Cycling Safari

If you are looking for a Kenyan wildlife tour, Hell’s Gate National Park offers one of the best places to enjoy a cycling safari. With the park’s scenic landscapes and a wide array of wildlife, you will be able to explore the wilderness like never before.

Some of the attractions at Hell’s Gate National Park include the Tea Garden and Fisherman’s Lookout. You can also visit the Canine Museum, or do some rock climbing at Naumib Point. - Tree Planting - Antelopes and Zebras

David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage – Baby Elephants Home

If you’re an elephant lover, then the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage is the place to be. This sanctuary provides a home to orphans elephants who are rescued from the wild and rehabilitated in order to be released back into the wild.

Located just 30 minutes away from Nairobi, the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage is one of the most popular attractions in Africa. Its main purpose is to provide protection and rehabilitation of elephants who were orphaned or abandoned without their mothers.

You can visit the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage any day, although they have game viewing time of 11 am to noon. The orphanage also hosts educational talks, which can give you more insight into how elephants live in the wild and how we can help to protect them. - Baby Elephant - Baby Elephant

Giraffe Center – Home of Giraffes

If you’re looking for an up-close and personal encounter with giraffes, then the Giraffe Center is the perfect destination for your Kenya wildlife safari. Located just a few minutes away from the city center of Nairobi, this conservation and education center is an ideal stop for animal lovers of all ages.

Here, you can watch and learn about the conservation efforts that are being done to protect giraffes from potential extinction. It is also a great place to meet and interact with the resident giraffes, who are hand-reared by the wardens at the center. - G Center - Giraffe C

Nairobi Animal Orphanage  – For the Injured Wildlife in Kenya

If you’re looking for an animal sanctuary where wild animals can be rehabilitated, the Nairobi Animal Orphanage is a great choice. This is an ideal place to visit if you want to learn more about the efforts being done to protect and care for injured wildlife.

The Nairobi Animal Orphanage is home to various animal species, including lions, baboons, and zebras. Here, you can learn more about the different conservation efforts being done, and how you can help to support them. Whether you’re on a short Kenya safari trip or a longer stay in the country, the Nairobi Animal Orphanage should not be missed. - Cheetah - Lions

National Museums of Kenya & Other Historical Hotspots

With over 20 museums all over the country, you are guaranteed to find one in whichever part of Kenya you choose to visit. Within Nairobi alone, there’s the Nairobi National Museum, which boasts an Art Gallery, Botanical Gardens, and Nature Trails.

There is also the Nairobi Gallery, which has several art collections, and the Karen Blixen Museum. These museums, through their arts and crafts and displays, detail all aspects of Kenya’s history.  Did you know that Kenya is home to over 70 different ethnic groups?

Further afield is the Nairobi Snake Park, which has reptiles (Snakes and Crocodiles), birds, and other mammals. - Museum - Museum

Beach Safari – Diani Beach

Kenya has a coastline measuring 300 miles. That translates into a whole lot of beaches! Among these is the award-winning Diani beach, which was voted Africa’s leading beach destination for the sixth time in a row by the World Travel Awards.

Under our beach packages, you can swim, kitesurf, snorkel, and fish at these pristine beaches. Our deep-sea diving excursions bring you face-to-face with sharks and over 500 species of fish, all in a controlled environment, of course.

For a more sedate marine safari, dhow rides are always an excellent choice. Other best places to sample marine life include Wasini Island, Kisite Mpunguti Marine National Park, Arabuko Sokoke forest, and more. - Camel - Diani Beach

When Should I Visit Kenya to Experience Wildlife?

When is the best time to visit Kenya? In this section,  we will discuss the best times of year to visit Kenya if you are interested in wildlife viewing. Here is the month-by-month guide of the best time to visit Kenya.

July, August, September, & October

These four months are a great time to visit Kenya if you are interested in wildlife viewing. During these months, the weather is warm and dry, making it easier to spot a wide range of animals in the wild.

This also happens to be the great migration season, when millions of wildebeests and zebras travel to the Masai Mara National Park from the Serengeti in Tanzania. This is a truly incredible sight to behold, and it is one of the most popular game-viewing activities in Kenya.

November, December, January, February, & March

If you are interested in trekking and hiking at some of Kenya’s many national parks, these months can be a great time to visit as well. The weather is warm, with less rainfall and clear skies, making it easier to explore the terrain.

Visitors can also enjoy some of Kenya’s popular festivals during this time, such as the Lamu Cultural Festival in November and the Kenya Wildlife Week in March.

April, May, & June

If you are planning a trip to Kenya during these months, keep in mind that the weather is usually hot and rainy. However, this is a great time of year to visit Kenya if you are looking for a more authentic cultural experience.

The safari price per person is often lower during this time, and you can also attend some of Kenya’s many festivals. These include the Maasai Olympics in April and the Nairobi International Trade Fair in June. - Migration - Lion

Types of Safari In Kenya – How Many Types of Safaris are There?

When it comes to safaris in Kenya, there are many different types of tours and experiences that you can choose from. The following section looks at the most popular safaris in Kenya.

Game Viewing  Safaris – Kenya Wildlife Packages

Game viewing tours are among the most popular safaris in Kenya. These tours take you to various national parks and wildlife reserves where you can see a wide range of animals in their natural habitat during a game drive.

Some of the most well-known game-viewing parks in Kenya include the Masai Mara National Park, Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, and many more.

Cycling Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

Cycling safaris are another great option for those looking to explore Kenya’s various national parks. These tours allow you to cycle through the park, stopping to take in the breathtaking scenery and wildlife along the way. Some parks for cycling include Hell’s Gate National Park, Crescent Island, Sanctuary Farm, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, and many others.

Walking Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

You can also explore Kenya’s scenic landscapes and wildlife on foot with a walking safari. These tours take you off the beaten path to some of the most remote areas of the country, giving you an up-close and personal experience with nature. Popular parks for walking safaris include Samburu National Park, Lake Baringo, Lake Naivasha, Nairobi Safari Walk, and many others.

Special Photographic Safaris & kenya Wildlife Packages 

For the adventurous photographer, Kenya also offers a variety of special photographic safaris. These tours allow you to take in some of the best photo opportunities in the country, from early-morning game drives to sunset hikes and more. Some of the most popular photographic safaris in Kenya include Masai Mara National Park, Lake Nakuru, Lake Baringo, and more.

Camping Safaris/Mobile Safaris/Budget Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

With a camping safari, mobile safari, or budget safari, you can explore Kenya on a more moderate budget. These tours typically take you to parks that are less visited, which means you’ll have a more authentic and off-the-beaten-path experience. Some of the most popular parks for budget safaris include Samburu National Park, Mt. Kenya National Park, Meru National Park, and many others.

Family Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

The world-famous Masai Mara National Park is the perfect destination for family safaris in Kenya. These tours are ideal for parents and children of all ages, and a variety of accommodation options are available. You can opt to stay in luxury safari lodges or secluded bush camps, depending on your preferences.

Honeymoon Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

Which is the best time for a honeymoon safari? If you are planning a honeymoon Kenya safari, the best time to visit is during the dry season, which runs from July to October or November. This is when you’ll experience the most comfortable weather, and some of the best game-viewing opportunities as well.

Fly-in Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

Starting from Nairobi, you can also explore Kenya on a fly-in safari tour. These tours typically visit the famous Masai Mara National Park, where you’ll be able to see the annual Great Migration of millions of wildebeest and many other incredible wildlife species. You can also head to Amboseli, Samburu, Ol Pejeta, and other destinations when you book a flying Kenya safari.

Self-Drive Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

For the ultimate freedom and flexibility, opt for a self-drive safari in Kenya. With your own personal vehicle, you can explore the country on your own terms, stopping at various parks and attractions along the way. However, a self-drive safari will only allow you to enjoy road trips and it is not recommended for people looking for wildlife tours.

Deep Sea Fishing Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

The world-famous Mombasa and Malindi are popular destinations for deep-sea fishing in Kenya. These tours take you out to the coast, where you can try your hand at catching a variety of fish species, including tuna, snapper, and kingfish.

Specialized Birding Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages  

If you’re an avid bird-watcher, Kenya also offers specialized birding safaris that are perfect for you. From Lake Baringo and Lake Nakuru to the famous Masai Mara National Reserve, you’ll find a wealth of birding opportunities in Kenya.

Lodge Safaris & Kenya Wildlife Packages 

With a lodge safari, you can enjoy comfortable accommodation at one of Kenya’s many luxury lodges. These tours typically visit the popular Masai Mara National Park and are often charged per person starting from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars.  In a country as beautiful, diverse, and wild as Kenya, there truly is something for everyone. Whether you’re looking for an action-packed adventure or a relaxing escape from the hustle and bustle of daily life, a Kenya wildlife safari is guaranteed to exceed your expectations. - Wildebeest - Sky

Highlights Kenya Safari Tours Booked with offers a variety of Kenya wildlife safari tours that are perfect for everyone. Here are the highlights of what you can expect from our Kenya safari packages when you come to Kenya from different parts of the world or India.

Game Drives

Wildlife safaris in the Maasai Mara is a sure way to experience the Big 5 and the 8th wonder of the world- the annual Wildebeest migration. See wildlife in its natural habitat free of captivity in all our Parks and Reserves too. 

View all this wildlife aboard comfortable 4×4 vehicles, driven by our highly trained drivers who have over 10 years of experience working in the Mara.

Masai Mara Hot Air Balloon

An excellent way to view the grand Maasai Mara is aboard a hot air balloon. As part of our Kenya luxury safari packages, you get a stunning aerial experience of the Mara. Imagine an aerial view of the big five (the lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo) along with other animals such as Crocodiles, Hippos, giraffes, zebras, birds, and many more. 

This eco-friendly trip can also be a romantic escapade. You and your significant other get to view the Mara at sunrise for a whole hour.  This is followed by a champagne breakfast and, after that, a full breakfast on the ground!

Experience Exotic Scenery 

Whether it is a visit to our beaches or Parks and reserves, get to experience nature in all its original glory. Incredible African sunsets and the savannah at the Mara are a sight to behold. 

Then there is the beauty that is the Kenyan Mountains, such as Mount Longonot, and the icy peaks of Mounts Kenya and Kilimanjaro. 

Be Part of a Cultural Melting Pot

Get to meet the Maasai, one of Kenya’s indigenous communities who have preserved their culture and are globally renowned. Learn of their high regard for cattle, their communal way of life, unique customs, and dances. 

The Masai village visit is also your chance to learn of their impressive ‘jumping dance’ done by suitors to attract the most beautiful wife!  Speaking of culture, why not celebrate Diwali in Kenya?

Amazing Heritage

As part of your Kenya wildlife safari from Nairobi, visit cultural heritage sites such as the Menengai crater. Other popular sites include the Gedi Ruins, the Fort Jesus, the Kaya shrines, the Vasco Da Gama Pillar, among others. 

Learn of the Kenyan people’s intriguing heritage and some of the exciting beliefs that exist among Kenyan communities.

Stay at Deluxe Accommodations

Enjoy the best accommodations, all of which are 3- 5-star hotels. For those inclined towards greater privacy, self-catering houses and cottages are available as well. All the residences are world-class accommodations tailored to ensure you only receive the best our hospitality industry offers.

Very Affordable

With Aj Kenya safaris, you get a Kenya Wildlife Safari holiday at the best possible price, no matter the time of year. What’s more, we do all that without compromising on the luxurious quality of the experience because you deserve it! 

The icing on the cake is that you can book your Kenya wildlife safari  or Kenya wildlife packages at your convenience, all the way from India! - Car - Car

FAQs & Essential Information About Kenya Wildlife Safari

If you’re considering a Kenya wildlife safari, you may have some questions. Here are the answers to some of the most common ones.

1. What wild animals live in Kenya?

Kenya is home to the Big Five (Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Elephant, and Rhino). It also has other animals such as the Giraffe, Genet, Oryx, lesser Kudu, Crocodiles, Antelope, Zebra, Cheetah, Gazelles, Wildebeest, Impala, Hyena, Warthogs, and Mongoose. We also have over 1000 species of birds and more than 500 fish species you can see with the right Kenya wildlife packages. 

2. How many national parks are in Kenya?

Kenya has 54 National Parks and reserves, all of which are major tourist attractions. Kenya is the “home of the safari,” and her national parks and game reserves are scattered in various parts of the country. At these national parks and game reserves, visitors and tourists get to experience the best Kenyan safaris.

3. How can I go to Kenya from India?

There are daily international flights from India to Kenya. The flight only takes 6 hours to arrive in Kenya. Daily departures are from Mumbai International Airport to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi. Several airlines offer itineraries to Kenya, and their bookings are all available online for your convenience.

4. What is Kenya famous for?

Kenya is famous for its scenic landscapes and vast wildlife, including the Big Five (Elephant, Lion, Buffalo, Rhino, and Leopard). Kenya is also known for its picturesque and pristine award-winning beaches, with all varied marine life.  On a beach holiday in Kenya, expect to see the Whale shark, the Octopus, Stingrays, and over 1000 species of Fish.

5. Do Crocodiles live in Kenya?

Yes, Kenya has Crocodiles. The Nile Crocodile is found in Lake Turkana. The Mara River, too, has Crocodiles, as do the Tana River, the Galana River, and the Ewaso Ng’iro river. The Kenyan rivers populated with Crocodiles are in different parts of the country, making it easier for our visitors to visit.

6. Where is the best place to go for a safari?

Kenya has over 54 National parks and Reserves to choose from as well as award-winning beaches. The most popular destination in Kenya is the award-winning Maasai Mara. It is one of the best places to go on an African safari due to the activities it offers all under one trip. These include the great migration, the Big Five, Hot air balloon safaris, game drives, among other activities. 

7. What is the best month to go on an African safari?

January, February, and July to October are the best times to travel to Kenya as it is the dry season – hot and cool, respectively. November, December, and April to June are the short and long rain months, respectively. However, the Mara is excellent for animal viewing all year round. 

8. What should I wear on a wildlife safari trip?

Comfortable clothes such as khaki pants, hiking boots, and t-shirts are always advised. For warmer areas such as the coast, lighter clothes are better. Go for neutral colors, particularly khaki or tan, as these help you blend better with the environment.  It also optimizes your game-viewing experience and does not distract or scare away the animals.

9. How do I book safari in Kenya?

For the best Kenya safari bookings, the easiest way is to visit a trusted travel agent. You can also book your safari directly on our website, where you can find more information on our different packages and tours, as well as the ideal time to visit. We also offer luxury safari options for a truly memorable experience. Our safaris are usually priced per person sharing and are for two people traveling together.

10. How do I book a safari in Nairobi?

While in India,  you can contact our team directly to book your Kenya safari in Nairobi. You can also browse our website for more information on the various Kenya wildlife packages and tours we offer, and you can contact us online. We have a wide selection of Nairobi safari packages to suit a variety of interests starting from a walking safari to a game drive tour, and from cycling to hiking.

11. How does safari booking work?

Kenya safari bookings are typically done through a travel agent or directly on our website. To get started, simply browse our selection of packages and tours to find the one that best suits your needs and interests.

Then, follow the steps to make a reservation, including choosing your desired travel dates as well as any add-ons or upgrades you may be interested in. You will also need to provide the number of people traveling, the travel dates, and make a deposit payment to secure your reservation once we finalize your Kenya safari.