Kenya Tour Packages from Kerala | Itineraries, Cost, and Travel Guide
Planning a safari to Kenya? Why not consider Kenya tour packages from Kerala? At Masaimarasafari.in, we offer the best Kenya safari from Kerala, guided and directed by the most knowledgeable, Kenyan-born, and bred safari guides.
Each of our Masai Mara tour packages from Kerala is hand-made to take you to the best tourist destinations in Kenya. These include the Masai Mara National Reserve, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, and Tsavo National Park.
Other leading destinations to visit while on a Masai Mara safari from Kerala include Lake Naivasha, Nairobi National Park, Giraffe Center, and Meru National Park. You will find the pristine Diani beach, Malindi Beach, Watamu Beach, Chale Island, Wasini Island, and more along the Kenyan coast.
And that’s not all, whether you are in the lake or the jungle, you will find a lot of things to do when you book your Kenya tour package with us. Reach out today to book your 5 days or 7 nights or even 14 days holiday package in Kenya.
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Our Most Booked Kenya Tour Packages from Kerala & Other Packages
|The Best Tour Packages from Kerala||Detailed Itinerary||Price Per Person Sharing|
|3-Day African Safari in Kenya||View the Itinerary||From USD 880|
|3-Day Masai Mara Budget Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 880|
|4-Day Ashnil Mara Camp Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1190|
|4-Day Lake Nakuru & Masai Mara Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1180|
|4-Day Mara Serena Safari Lodge Trip||View the Itinerary||From USD 1262|
|4-Day Masai Mara Flying Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1450|
|4-Day Masai Mara Group Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 750|
|4-Day Masai Mara Migration Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1430|
|5-Day Naivasha & Masai Mara Group Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 854|
|6-Day Amboseli, L. Naivasha, & Masai Mara Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1764|
|6-Day Amboseli, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Group Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1186|
|6-Day Hell’s Gate, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1788|
|6-Day L. Nakuru, Hell’s Gate, & Masai Mara Group Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1123|
|6-Day Nairobi & Masai Mara Family Safari||View the Itinerary||Adult From USD 2000
Child From USD 628
|6-Day Nairobi, L. Nakuru, & Masai Mara Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1795|
|7-Day Amboseli, Naivasha, & Masai Mara Group Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 1130|
|13-Day Kenya Wildlife & Beach Safari||View the Itinerary||From USD 5258|
The Best Destinations for Kenya Tour Packages from Kerala
As someone once said, ‘we have nothing to lose and a world to see.’ So, pack your bags and let us explore the best attractions in Kenya. They are diverse and exciting and range from pristine beaches to gorgeous mountaintops, lush, sprawling savannahs, and a rich plethora of flora and fauna. Here are some of the top attractions that Kenya tour packages from Kerala offer.
1. Masai Mara National Reserve
On a Kenya tour from Kerala, you will experience the quintessential African landscape and safari at Masai Mara National Reserve. You will see the buffalos, lions, leopards, elephants, and rhinos up close.
Our Masai Mara packages from Kerala feature luxury, mid-luxury, and budget safaris and let you enjoy a morning and afternoon game drive in the park.
Therefore, no matter your budget, you are assured of lifelong memories when traveling with us. The best activities to do while at the Mara include game drives, hot air balloon safaris, bush dinners, and walking safaris.
During your trip from Kerala to Masai Mara, you may opt for an overnight stay at the Basecamp Masai Mara, Entim Mara Camp, or the Mara Sopa lodge. Other accommodations include the Ilkeliani Mara Camp, and the Mara Serena, among others.
Luxury travelers might like Entim-Mara Camp, Royal Mara Safari Lodge, Ashnil Mara Camp, Mara Angama, and Intrepids Masai Mara.
2. Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National Park is home to a large population of elephants, which number well over a thousand now. It has the highest concentration of elephants in any Kenyan park and you can enjoy a morning and afternoon game drive at the famous natural beauty.
Amboseli offers the most beautiful vistas of Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain in Africa. Other animals you should expect to see on a Kenya tour packagefrom Kerala in Amboseli National Park include Hyenas, giraffes, waterbucks, Zebras, Wildebeest, leopards, cheetahs, and more.
With almost 400 different bird species in Amboseli, birdwatchers will also have a grand time at the park.
You can have an overnight stay at the Zebra plains Amboseli, Kibo safari camp, Amboseli Serena Lodge, Sentrim Amboseli, or Kibo safari camp during your Amboseli National Park tour.
3. Tsavo National Park
Founded in 1948 and is the largest park in Kenya. It covers 8,036 square miles (20,812 square km) and is separated into Tsavo East and Tsavo West for administrative considerations.
The park consists of semiarid plains covered with acacia and baobab trees and is drained by the Tsavo, Galana, and Tiva Rivers in the north. While Tsavo West is volcanic and dotted with springs and water holes, Tsavo East is relatively flat.
In the vast area, you will find several wildlife species, including elephants, lions, rhinos, buffalo, hippo, hartebeests, antelopes, and hundreds of birds; the Tsavo National Park inspired the thriller movie ‘The Ghost and the Darkness.’
The Kilaguni Serena safari camp is one of the premier accommodations at the Tsavo National park. It tells the story of the ferocious lions terrorizing railway construction workers at the park.
Also known as the man-eaters of Tsavo, these lions are apex predators; you can also see them firsthand at the park.
4. Lake Nakuru National Park
The scenic Lake Nakuru National park is another of Kenya’s most visited national parks and rests at the great rift valley. Having this park on your Kenya package from Kerala is a no-brainer.
The park’s centerpiece is a sizable, shallow lake home to a diverse population of birds, including enormous groups of pelicans and flamingos. The lake is well-known for its flamingo population, who flock to the shores of the alkaline lake.
Lake Nakuru makes it simple to view most large safari species except for elephants. These include lions, elephants, buffalos, leopards, rhinos, giraffes, zebras, and more. After being reintroduced in the 1990s, black and white rhinos remain in good numbers at the park.
On the lakeshore, hippos are also typically easy to spot. There are also many Rothschild giraffes, buffalo, and zebras. Lions prowl the grasslands, and lucky tourists might also spot a leopard on top of the many trees.
The park is pretty located in Nakuru town, making it easy for budget travelers from around the world to access pocket-friendly accommodations in town.
You may consider an overnight stay at the Cliff Lake Nakuru and Flamingo hill tented camp during your visit to Lake Nakuru.
5. Ol Pejeta Conservancy – Meet White Northern Rhinos
The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a private reserve located in Laikipia County. Although it started as a cattle ranch, it later morphed into one of the most impressive conservancies Africa has ever seen.
Moved by the plight of the white rhinos, which continue to be on the verge of extinction, the management at the conservancy decided to give wildlife conservation a go. The result? –A host of wildlife species now call the conservancy home.
Among them are the 111 black rhinos that make up the majority of the species in East Africa. The conservancies host the only two northern white rhinos in existence today.
Should you include Ol Pejeta in your Kenya package from Kerala, you shall also have the opportunity to visit the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary. The sanctuary is the only spot in Kenya where you can watch these vibrant, clever animals act out their antics.
That refuge was established through a collaboration between the conservancy, the Kenya Wildlife Service, and the Jane Goodall Institute. It saves orphaned and neglected chimpanzees from all around Africa.
Besides the rhinos and chimps, Ol Pejeta is also home to all of the “Big Five” species of animals and has one of the greatest big cat predator numbers in Kenya. Ol Pejeta is among the best Kenya Tour Packages from Kerala Destinations.
6. Aberdare National Park
Like most of the country’s attractions, the Aberdare National Park has its unique story and outstanding history. When Princess (now Queen) Elizabeth’s father passed away, the heiress was at Treetops Lodge with her husband, Philip.
Aberdare national park is home to one of Kenya’s largest Elephant wildlife populations. It is home to leopards, elephants, East African wild dogs, giant forest hogs, bushbucks, mountain reedbucks, and waterbucks.
You will also likely spot Cape buffalos, suni, spotted hyenas, side-striped jackals, eastern black rhinoceros, elands, duikers, and more. Other key attractions in Aberdare include a moorland plateau, numerous stunning waterfalls, and several tall mountain peaks. It also contains deep ravines and ice-cold mountain streams.
The ideal places to stay during Kenya safaris from Kerala include the Treetops Lodge, Aberdare Country Club, The Ark Lodge, and the Aberdare Fishing Lodge.
7. Lake Naivasha and Crescent Island
Located just 30 miles from Nairobi at the great rift valley, Lake Naivasha is one of the most beautiful and scenic lakes in Kenya. Lake Naivasha is a freshwater lake that sits at an elevation of almost 6,000 feet above sea level. It attracts a wide variety of animals and birds, including over 400 different species.
As one of the Kenya holiday packages from Kerala, you should also visit the famous Crescent Island. Located in the heart of Lake Naivasha, Crescent Island is one of the most popular attractions and destinations in Kenya. It offers an incredible opportunity to view wildlife in their natural habitat, without the need for a vehicle.
The island is only accessible by boat and features over 40 different species of animals, including giraffe, waterbuck, zebra, hyena, and impala. It is also home to hundreds of bird species, including giant kingfishers and sunbirds. Crescent Island is temporarily unavailable through safari vehicles.
8. Diani Beach
Your Kenya package from Kerala may also include a trip down to the coast, which comprises more than one thousand kilometers of coastline. While there are several beaches to pick from, Diani Beach remains Kenya’s most visited beach by far by people from around the world.
Diani is accessible from the capital Nairobi directly by air, including via chartered flights. If you are a more budget-conscious traveler, we may advise you to go there by road or railway, which we can also arrange for you.
The town has a wealth of facilities and infrastructure and is easily reached from Mombasa (an hour’s drive from the romantic Mombasa town).
Diani beach has the distinction of having the whitest sand and clearest waters. It also features a fantastic coral reef located just off the coast. The palm tree groves and underwater sandbars also provide plenty of shade. At Diani Beach, you can go swimming, snorkeling, or surfing.
Some of the premier accommodations in Diani include the Pinewood beach resort and the Diani Beach resort. You can have a great time when you consider an overnight stay at the above resorts.
Kenya Tour Package from Kerala Overview & FAQs About Kenya
If you’re considering a Kenya tour package, you likely have lots of questions. We’re here to help with any queries! Below, we’ve compiled some of the most Frequently Asked Questions about our Kenya tour packages.
1. What is the best time to visit Kenya?
The best time to visit Kenya depends on what you’re looking for in your trip. Generally, the dry season, which extends from June to October, is the perfect time to go for wildlife spotting. The wet season, which runs from March to May and November to December, can be a great time to visit if you’re interested in experiencing local events like festivals and cultural activities.
2. How much is are Kenya tour packages from Kerala?
The cost of Kenya tours varies widely depending on the type of package you’re interested in, where you’ll be staying, how long your package is, and other factors. On average, budget tours will cost less than $1,000 per person, while more luxurious tours can cost upwards of $5,000 per person.
3. Is 7 Days enough for Kenya?
While it may not seem like a lot of time, many people find that 7 days to be more than enough for Kenya. This is especially true if you’re planning on doing lots of different activities during your tour of Kenya. If you have more time to explore Kenya, however, you can certainly extend your tour to 7 nights, but keep in mind that the longer you stay, the more expensive your package will be.
4. What are the 4 types of tour packages?
There are many different types of tour packages available, but some of the most common include:
Budget Kenya Tour Packages
These tour packages typically offer basic accommodation and transportation services, with limited or no included activities. These are the way to go if you have a limited budget and want to drive in a group. We are often against the budget tour since you won’t get everything of a standard 3 days or 7 nights tour of Kenya. For example, you might miss a game drive or even a stopover at the great rift valley.
Mid-Luxury Holiday Packages
Mid-luxury holiday tours offer a higher level of accommodation and more included activities than budget tour packages. To us, the mid-luxury is perfect for most travelers and your holiday will be memorable.
Luxury Kenya Tour Packages
Luxury Kenya tour packages offer the highest level of accommodation, transportation, and included activities. They offer flexible check-in and check-out times,
Super-Luxury Holiday Packages
Super-luxury holiday packages include all of the amenities offered by luxury and mid-luxury tour packages, as well as additional premium services like private transfers, custom itineraries, and more. They offer flexible check-in and check-out times.
5. How much does a Masai Mara trip cost?
Prices for Masai Mara trips can vary widely depending on a number of different factors, including the length of your tour, where you’ll be staying, and the type of tour you choose. On average, Masai Mara trips generally cost between $500 and $1,000 per person for a 7 days tour. If you’re on a tighter budget, there are also many options for more affordable Masai Mara tours that still offer an amazing experience.
6. How do you get to Masai Mara from India?
There are several options for getting to Masai Mara from India, including flying directly into the park from Wilson Airport in Nairobi. But first, you need to fly from India to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and then get a transfer to Wilson for the flight. The other option is to use a safari vehicle from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to Masai Mara.
7. Which is the best month to visit Masai Mara?
The best month to visit Masai Mara depends on your travel interests and what you hope to see and do during your tour. Generally, the dry season, which extends from June to October, is the ideal time to go for wildlife spotting, while the wet season, which runs from March to May and November to December, can be a great time to visit if you’re interested in experiencing local events like festivals and cultural activities.
8. How much time does it take to reach Kenya from India?
Depending on your preferred method of travel, it can take anywhere from 6-12 hours to reach Kenya from India. Some popular options include flying directly from major airports like Delhi and Mumbai, taking a ferry across the Indian Ocean, or driving overland through other nearby countries.
9. Is there any direct flight from India to Kenya?
Yes, there are several direct flights from India to Kenya offered by popular airlines like Air India and Jet Airways. Depending on your departure city and travel plans, you can find tickets for as low as $400-500.
10. How many days in Kenya is enough?
There is no one answer that applies to everyone, as the amount of time you need in Kenya really depends on your travel interests and what you hope to see and do during your holiday. Some people find that 5 days-10 days is a good amount of time, while others prefer to spend several weeks exploring Kenya’s many natural and cultural attractions.
11. Is Kenya Safe for Kenya Tour Packages from Kerala and Travel?
Overall, Kenya is generally considered a safe destination for travelers and tourists. However, there are some common risks associated with travel to Kenya, including petty crime, natural disasters, and health concerns. Some basic safety precautions, such as taking care in crowded areas and exercising caution when traveling to remote or rural regions, can help ensure a safe and enjoyable trip.
Additionally, it is always recommended that you consult your doctor before traveling to Kenya to get up-to-date information on recommended vaccinations and other health concerns.