Safari tour in Kenya
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Travel Experiences In Africa
The Wildlife in Kenya Safari
Kenya is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including many mammals, birds, and reptiles. The Game reserves in Kenya are home to the famous big five in Africa. These are Lions, Rhinoceroses, Leopards, Buffalos, and Elephants. You might also see Giraffes, Hippopotamuses, Crocodiles, Cheetas, Zebras, etc. The great wild beast migration occurs in Kenya from July to October from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Masaai Mara in Kenya. It is considered to be one of the great wonders of the world.
Is a Kenya safari safe?
Kenya is generally considered a safe destination for travelers, and many people visit the country each year without incident. When going on a safari in Kenya, it is important to choose a reputable tour operator and follow their safety guidelines. Most safari operators take steps to ensure the safety of their guests, such as providing trained and experienced guides, maintaining vehicles and equipment, and following strict safety protocols. This is what we offer at Alpha tour Roadshows. We ensure that your family and friends are safe for the entire tour in Kenya.
How long is a Kenya safari?
The length of a safari in Kenya can vary depending on your interests and how much time you have available. Some people choose to go on a short safari that lasts just a few days, while others prefer to spend a week or more exploring the country.
It is possible to see a lot of the country’s wildlife and visit several different areas in just a few days, but if you have more time, you may be able to visit a wider range of destinations and do more activities. For instance, an eight-day safari will include tours in the Masaai Mara, Amboseli, Lake Nakuru national park, and Samburu national park. While a 3-day tour will only allow you to visit one or two game reserves.
How much is a Kenya safari
The cost of a safari in Kenya can vary widely depending on a number of factors, including the length of the safari, the type of accommodation you choose, the season in which you travel, and the activities you want to do.
For Budget safaris, which often involve camping or staying in basic accommodations, we charge $250 per day per person. For luxury safaris, which may include stays in high-end lodges with a range of amenities, we charge $500 per day per person. Note that these prices are estimations, prices may change depending on what you need. Whether you’re taking the tour as a group or as an individual, contact us to get the exact quote.