Adventurous Travel – Kenya Wildlife Safari

Kenya wildlife safari

Wonderful Wild Kenya…come have a look

What goes through your mind when you think Kenya wildlife safari? Perhaps a massive herd of wildebeest roaming in the Maasai Mara, or perhaps the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. These are some of the Kenya tourist attractions you can hope to find when…well…visiting Kenya!

Let us show you some of the Safari hotspots, just to make it easier for you to decide:

The popular Maasai Mara

Maasai mara

Why do you as a tourist travel to Africa? Not for shopping, getting your nails done or testing out the fast food joints, no…you want to see wildlife and tons of it! There is no better place where you can see thousands upon thousands of animals roaming a field, grazing, enjoying life and just being there. The Maasai Mara forms part of the great migration expansion pack and wow, what a sight to see. Why not have a look on Safarisource.com for some wild Kenya safaris and make this a to do!

Mombasa & Kenya Beaches: family resorts & luxury lodges

Mombasa

What more can you ask from a country than variety, with Kenya safari locations stretching from wild safari terrains to beaches as far as the eye can see. Do a different type of safari and perhaps see some lion….fish or big cat…fish (sorry for the bad pun), at least you get the point.

Amboseli National Park: the best views of Mount Kilimanjaro

Amboseli National park

After getting some supplies in Nairobi, head out to one of the best Kenya safari destinations, Amboseli. Imagine the following:

Waking up to the chilly morning air, tent wet from the previous night’s cold, a warm fire burning with a kettle boiling water. You take your first sip of coffee and look up and see the breathtaking, ever so inspiring, quite frightening Mount Kilimanjaro. Casting a shadow near your feet, maybe the peak saying good morning? This is it, this is a true Kenya tourist attraction. You want to be blown away, you want to be left breathless by natural beauty and have an unforgettable experience.

Lake Nakuru:

Lake nakuru

You have a county with a wide variety of safari locations, why not add another unique feature to this already packed and wonderful experience.

If you love the color pink, maybe consider this experience on Safarisource.com. At the shallow soda lake, Nakuru you might see a pink shadow hovering over it…this is Kenya’s famous flocks of flamingos. You have seen the advertisements on TV, showing huge flocks of Flamingos gathering at a shadow lake…well…this is it! You can see this first hand, even though you might have an “awesome LED TV”, nothing beats the real deal. With this you can also see Rhinos and Hippos enjoying the water and lazing about, but this area is for true bird watchers.

With over 400 species of birds recorded here, you might want to bring your binoculars (far-eyes) and just enjoy!

Looking at Kenya wildlife safaris you almost feel overwhelmed by all the options it provides you. It really is a lot to choose from, but the key is you! You need to decide which options suits you best and which option will suit your pocket. Most people make this mistake and just ask for everything, but when push comes to shove, the pressure and options are so much, you just pull out and stay home. What is the good in that when you can actually experience something that might change who you are for the better? Choose your safari experience wisely, most people will never get to do a Kenya Safari because they won’t allow themselves the opportunity.

About Author: Vakula chetty is Marketing Analyst of Safarisource. She is fond of researching more about African safaris and shares information on travel tips and best destinations of Africa!
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