Tours in Kenya
Welcome to tours in Kenya, you get an extra ordinary experience. Kenya is the historical home of the East African safari with a lot of fantastic and fascinating tourist activities , a land of sweeping savannah grasslands inhabited by charismatic mega-fauna, including Big Cats, the Big Five (elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and rhino) and just about everything in between. Elsewhere, landscapes here stir the soul with deserts in the north, dense forests in the west, Rift Valley lakes in the center and tropical coast out east. This result for those on safari is an experienced safari industry ready to show you a seemingly endless paradise of wildlife against one of the most beautiful and stunning backdrops in Africa.
Some of the Questions you ask yourself about Kenya.
Are tours in Kenya cheap?
Kenya is not generally considered an expensive safari destination in Africa to travel, but compared with other African destinations, costs are a fraction higher because of the country’s more developed tourism industry with some unique activities. For example the means of transport on a safari involve using the safari jeeps, land cruisers which are said to be so strong on all seasons. If you plan to travel a fair distance, prices can add up, especially if you want to go on a safari.
The cost of safari in Kenya in a green and shoulder season starts around USD 1800 and around USD 5000 in a peak season for moderate safaris. The premium ones however, cost around USD 2500 for green and shoulder season and USD 6000 for peak season for premier, private and fly-in safaris.
How many days can I take on tours in Kenya?
At least 10 days period is a good amount of time to start to get to know some parts of Kenya, although there’s still a chance you’ll wish you’d stayed longer. Most tours offer an overview of the main highlights: beaches, national parks, wildlife sanctuaries and some little bit of culture.
What is the best time I can visit Kenya?
The best time to visit Kenya is good from June to October when there’s virtually no much rain and daytime temperatures are not too hot. However, with a diverse geography and a moderate climate, Kenya is considered a great year-round safari and beach holiday destination, loved by many people all over the world.
What you need to know before you travel to Kenya?
- Check the visa approval and validity
- Pack everything well, not too much, as Kenya is not too hot, not too cold.
- Do not go with plastics
- You may carry malaria tablets.
- Master at least one or two greetings word in local language. This may be “Mambo” which is mostly used by locals. You can actually in the morning say “Mambo Vipi?”
- Feel free to bargain on the trip price. However we advise you don’t do much of the bargaining, because a tour operator may end up working for little money and fails to facilitate the trip, hence giving you poor services.
- Prepare the tip for the guides
- Be respectful to the local communities. We advise when you want to take photos of the local people, you first ask for permission.
- Dress well.
- Do not rush in anything, always take your time.
- Remember to pack a power bank, just to ensure that you always keep updated with your phones on.
- Keep your travel documents with you all the time on your tours in kenya, especially the passports, or visas, as some of the places you visit may need to verify them.