Samburu National Park
Samburu is also known for some rather unique wildlife not usually seen elsewhere. A visit to the reserve will bring you in sight of such memorable species as Grevy’s Zebra, the reticulated giraffe and the Beisa onyx. And this is one of the few parks where you have a good chance of spotting African wild dogs.
For bird lovers the reserve presents a constant display of exciting avian life – over 450 species. On game drives over the savannah, through acacia forest and riverine vegetation there will be numerous opportunities to view kingfishers, marabous, vultures, guinea fowl, Somali ostrich, egret, falcon and eagle
A safari especially for birdwatchers, escorted by an expert guide and visiting the Rift Valley lakes and the Wild animals of maasai Mara. Kenya has over 1,000 species of birds and is a paradise for birdwatchers who will have the added bonus of also seeing the big game animals for which Kenya is famous. On this safari you can expect to identify at least 200 different species of birds.
Wild Animals Safari
Masai Mara is on the bucket list for any new visitor traveling on a safari to Kenya. Masai Mara National Reserve is the best place to see the “Big Five” animals (elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos and buffalo) together. The famous wildebeest migration also takes place at the Masai Mara.Your 6 hours tour proceeds by road from Nairobi on a 4×4 tourist landcruiser with a stop to view Great Rift Valley escarpment and via scenic Masai country.