Top Safari Destinations In Kenya With Excellent Adventures

Kenya is a diverse land with magnificent wildlife, amazing landscapes, stunning lakes, tropical coastlines, strong ethnic traditions and great value of hospitality. In fact, Kenya offers a striking range of habitats and unique species from the fertile forests, seemingly endless plains, fresh water lakes and the spectacle of wildebeest.

Whether you are going for the first time or many times, a Kenya safari is always full of new changes, new adventures and new experiences. Some of the highlights not to be missed on Kenya safari includes:

Aberdare National Park
Aberdare National Park, a small reserve of 7000 feet comprises of dense forests and most of the mountain range lies within the park borders. While going on a Safari Tour to Aberdare National Park with Easy Go Safaris, you will get to see the great sightings of elephant, rhino, hyena, baboon, buffalo, several antelope species, ostrich, giraffe, cheetah and many more. The main excitement of game drive in Aberdare National Park starts  on the sunset as the animals gather around the floodlit salt licks and watering holes.

Aberdare National Park

Amboseli National Park
Situated at the heart of Kenya, this national park offers excellent views of mount Kilimanjaro which is only 30 miles away in Tanzania. Amboseli National Park is famous for the large elephant population, baboon, herds of buffalo, giraffe, ostrich, lion, cheetah and impala.

Amboseli National Park

Masai Mara National Park
Being one of the most famous national parks in Kenya, the Masai Mara National Park is located at the northern end of the Serengeti plain. However, the Mara river stands as a natural boundary between Kenya and Tanzania.

Samburu National Reserve
It’s a unique landscape with Somali ostrich, giraffe, zebra, gerenuk, hippos, elephants, leopard, lion and cheetah species. In addition to, there are several herds of antelopes available here to explore!

Samburu National Reserve

Tsavo National Park
More than 60 species of mammal sightings, including elephant and buffalo, the Tsavo National Park offers great highlighting sites to visit. Again, you will walk down to see the underwater viewing sites in the hope of tracing hippo. Along the way, curious monkey can be able to greet you.

Tsavo National Park

Whether you want to go on a safari tour to Aberdare National Park with Easy Go Safaris, we will be readily available at your service to offer the customized packages that suits you best. Contact us today and book your itineraries fleet immediately. For more details, please make a visit  to our Facebook, Twitter and Google+ page.

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Top 4 Interesting Facts To Know About A Kenyan Safari

Kenya has attracted explorers and adventurers for centuries. One of the world’s most famous travel destinations, Kenya is renowned for its remarkable diversity of landscapes, animals and cultures. From vast plains to snowcapped mountain summits, Kenya provides a striking backdrop for Africa’s most classic safari adventures. Witness the Great Migration in the Maasai Mara. Hear elephants trumpet in Amboseli. Scout for rhinoceros making a comeback at Lewa. At night, tucked beneath canvas under a canopy of stars, listen to a lion roar across the savanna. It’s all here in Kenya, Africa’s original safari destination.Take a close glimpse at these facts below to know more about Kenyan safari.

Want To See Lions:
As the largest of Africa’s big cats, the lion is highly regarded by man. Its massive size, majestic walk, power and hunting prowess make it very fascinating to watch. It’s no wonder that the lion draws so many people to Kenya. Lions are ferocious hunters, but are not normally dangerous to man unless they are wounded or cornered.  Unlike the other big cats, lions are social animals, living in prides of 20-30 members. Each pride may have one to three males. You are guaranteed to see Kenyan lions on a Kenya safari tour to the Masai Mara National Reserve, Samburu National Reserve, Meru National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Tsavo West National Park,  Tsavo East National Park, Amboseli National Park and The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

Lion

Want To See Rhinos:
There are two species of rhinoceros found in Kenya: white and black rhinos. Both are endangered species. African Safari Animal White Rhino The white rhino derives its name from the Dutch word Weid meaning broad. White rhinos have a broad, wide mouth adapted for grazing. They often hang out in large groups. The biggest white rhino population in Kenya is found in Lake Nakuru National Park. The black rhino has a pointed upper lip adapted for browsing. It feeds on dry bush and thorny scrub, especially acacia. Black rhinos have a sharp sense of smell and hearing but very poor eyesight. They lead a solitary life and are the more dangerous of the two species. Masai Mara National Reserve has the largest population of black rhinos, along with many other Kenya animals.

Rhinos

Want To See Elephants?
The African elephant is the world’s largest land mammal. Due to its gigantic stature, the elephant has no predators apart from men who hunt it for its tusks. However, elephant hunting and ivory trade are prohibited in Kenya. Elephants have a sharp sense of smell and are highly intelligent. They are reputed to be the only animals that recognize one another, even after death. Kenya wildlife is scattered in various wildlife parks throughout the country. Amboseli National Park is home to most elephants and is the best place to see them. The elephants in Tsavo National Park have a distinct reddish-brown color that they obtain from the red volcanic soil in Tsavo. Elephants in other parks are grayish in color.

Elephant

Want To See The Majestic Wildebeest Migration:
The Masai Mara National Park is located in south western Kenya and is a famous safari circle to spot the Big Five and particularly best places to see the Big Cats. However, the Masai Mara is the enormous setting of the Majestic Wildebeest Migration. In fact, the great migration is nothing but an annual event which sees over a million wild animals like wildebeest, gazelle, zebra, leopards, hyenas and many more stampede the 500KM route between the Serengeti and northern border of the Masai Mara to make it an awesome event in the safari calender.

Wildebeest Migration

Perfect Time To See The Wildebeest Migration: During the Mara river crossing which happens usually in September

Want To See The Kenyan Culture:
Kenya culture is a fascinating way of life that blends the traditions of thousands of years of African social evolution with the modern influences of the 20th century. The multifaceted culture of Kenya is expressed in different forms, ranging from its people and language, food, music and dance, art, artifacts, theater and literature to its ethnic values and ethical norms. Combined with other traditions, these forms of expression and lifestyle form an identity that is uniquely Kenyan.

Kenyan Culture

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Top 6 Important Facts To Know About Masai Mara

The Masai Mara is one of the most popular safari destinations in Kenya for good reasons. Encircled with endless flat grasslands crossed by rivers and spectacular wildlife conservation areas which play host to wildlife’s most spectacular moments. Inside the reserve , you will encounter adventurous game drives which includes seeing of dangerous animals like hippo,crocs, rhino, lion and many more species. Perhaps its biggest drawcard is the Wildebeest Migration when vast hordes of Wildebeest roar through the park bringing in its trail a wake of mighty predators. If your perfect safari entails to see the majestic wildebeest migration, then start planning now  for your trip to Kenya. Below are some points to help you know better about this safari destination of Kenya.

Top 6 Important Facts About Masai Mara:
Amazing Wildlife Population

The attraction about the Masai Mara Reserve, is this outstanding role it plays host to all the mainstream wildlife. With Easy Go Safaris, there will be always a good chance of tracing plentiful flora and fauna with our friendly tour experts. There is always a strong chance of seeing lions in the Reserve. Leopard and Cheetah are more rare but sightings are possible.  Elephant, buffalo, Zebras and wildebeest are common in the reserve . The rivers and hippo pools play host to crocs and hippos. And of course there is the usual plethora of birds.

Bird

Natural Habitat:

Another striking feature of Masai Mara Reserve is the greenish grasslands which have rolled towards the horizon with the Acacia trees. When you think of a Kenya safari; Masai Mara is the quintessential African landscape that you will always picture about! Our excellent Kenya safari tour itineraries can help you see the enormous wildlife in their natural habitat and the same ground that you will be standing.

Natural Habitat

How To Get To The Masai Mara
Masai Mara is just about 5-6 hours drive from the capital city of Kenya, Nairobi and 3-4 hours from the Great Rift valley.  3-Days Masai Mara Safari of Easy Go Safaris can offer you the unique opportunities of game drives and photography around the grassy plains of the Masai Mara. Most of our customers choose 10 Days Kenya Luxury Flying Safari to enjoy the combining experiences of seeing the wilderness of Kenya

Masai Mara

How Long To Stay
We recommend you to stay at least two to three nights in the Masai Mara National Reserve. If you are visiting during the wildebeest migration, then the longer you stay, the more you will get the opportunity to see more of the wildlife species missed out on day 1 or 2.

Best Time To Visit Masai Mara
No doubt, the best time to visit the Masai Mara National Reserve is during the wildebeest migration i.e. in July through to  October.

The Short rain Months (Late September, October, November) generally offer a little rain falls in the early morning or late evening; but there is nothing which can hamper your enjoyment in Masai Mara. Even, the roads of the park are fine.

The dry months (December, January, February, Early March) can give you a good chance of seeing wildlife while gathering at the round watering holes.

The Long Rains (late March, April, May, early June) are probably the low season in the reserve. As the rainfall will occur pretty much every day, so the road of the park will become impassable; even by 4WDs.

Accommodations
Our top accommodations in the Masai Mara as follows:

Best Budget Option: Matira Bush Camp, Mara Leisure Camp  Ol Moran Tented Camp and  Siana Springs.

Best Choice For Classic Wildlife Experience: Ashnil Mara Camp , Keekorok Lodge , Mara Sarova Game Camp and Mara Serena Lodge

Best Option For Comfort And Luxury: – Kichwa Tembo, Little/Main Governors,

Epitome Of Bush Luxury: –  Mara Safari Club

For the Migration: Matira Bush Camp ,Entim Mara, Ashil Mara Camp

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Top 4 Reasons Why You Should Add Kenya Safari to Your Holiday List in 2015

The wonderful sites of Kenya have a lot to offer to every enthusiast. In short, Kenya safari can let you have a  chance to witness the scenic settings of nature that you can possibly never imagine.Below are  4 top reasons why you should go on a Kenya safari tour in 2015.

1.    Varieties of Landscapes Available
Kenya, an East-African country has wide varieties of habitats and landscapes throughout Africa. Whenever you  visit one place to another, you will feel like you have traveled to different countries after seeing the dense bush, lush savannah, rivers, lakes and deserts. This is why after travelling to Kenya you will feel invigorated after exploring many of its sites and secnaries.

Landscape

2.    Internal Flight Travel
By combining a flying tour package you can get a unique opportunity to fly over the incredible wildlife with ultimate comfort and luxury. However, we have added exotic flying packages in order to let you spend the days in an exciting pursuit and observe the amazing Kenyan wildlife.

Kenya Luxury Flying Safari

3.    Incredible Wildlife
When it comes to wildlife, we must put Kenya at the top of the list. In most areas of Kenya, you can witness the big cats, leopards, elephants and much more on their natural habitat. However, we have a wonderful selection of luxury Kenya safari including the Kenya explorer safari, Kenya luxury flying safari, Best of Kenya Safari to fulfill the fantasy that you have ever had about being so close with the small and large animals of the African continent.
4.    Wildebeest Migration

Incredible Wildlife

From late June to October, the huge wildebeest migration floods into the Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya. To see the majestic migration of wildebeest, you can simply stay in a private conservancy on the edge of Mara to enjoy the unparalleled game viewing.

wildebeest-migration

Moreover, as a reputable Kenya Safari Company, Easy Go Safaris has included Easter Holiday Packages to offer you an affordable getaway to get delightful holiday memories of your lives. Getting excited! Come and visit Kenya  with us!

Masai Mara Safari- An Attention-Grabbing Wildlife Reserve of Kenya

Masai Mara Game Reserve is one of Africa’s greatest wildlife conservation areas situated in the South-West Kenya, along with over 1.4 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebras, gazelles.

Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya offers a chance to see the vast wildlife as well as the magical land of Kenya. Together with the Tanzanian Serengeti National Park, Masai Mara Safari forms the most diverse, incredible and spectacular eco-system and possibly one of the top game viewing destinations throughout the world.

ZebrasDo you know that when the outstanding wildebeest migration takes place it’s just a phenomenon of nature which occurs in the greenish African savannah? The true fact is that these wild animals’ use natural instincts to initiate the longest and one of the dangerous animal migrations across the Kenyan Savannah, dense forest and the animal habitat with full of perilous predators.

Apart from the wildlife, the Masai Mara has the plethora of culture and the natural habitats which are very much peaceful, poised and placid. However, Masai Mara National Game Reserve is a well-known destination for its annual migration where wildebeests migrate in large groups by offering a majestic sight.

wildlife in  Masai Mara
Seeing the animals too close starting from the lions, cheetahs to wildebeest, hippos at the great Masai Mara National Park can seem breathtaking for every nature enthusiast. The herds of wildebeest galloping across the verdant plains, giraffes eating acacia leaves for their breakfast and the hippos getting half-submerged in the lakes are the major attractions of Kenya.

Lion

If you don’t have any idea regarding these dangerous wild animals, then rely on our Kenya Masai Mara safari of Easy Go Safaris. Remember one thing that these beautiful wild animals will only migrate after the arrival of long rains and when the plains of Masai Mara National Game Reserve are filled with plentiful food and abundant fresh grasses for the animals to feed. The excellent time to witness the event of annual wildebeest is a little after July and before October is over.

So come and visit Kenya to explore the scenic sites of uncovered nature today.

Visit the breathtaking Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya

Masai Mara National Reserve is located in the Narok County, which offers vast open savannah plains and rich wildlife; making it one of the most iconic and visited places in Africa. For the first time safari enthusiasts visiting Masai Mara reserve will give you an amazing experience of witnessing impressive array of diverse wildlife like elephants, buffalo, rhino, zebra, giraffes and big cats, breathtaking scenic beauty and dense or undisturbed wilderness. Known to be Africa’s greatest wildlife reserve Masai Mara comprises 200 sq miles of open plains, woodlands (populated with flat topped acacia trees) and reverie forest that has rivers such as Mara and Talek in which hippos and crocodiles are found.

Masai Mara National Reserve

The world famous annual great Wildebeest Migration entices many visitors and tourists from all over the world. The best time to witness this amazing and spectacular annual migration event is during June, July and August. If you are there in Masai Mara during the migration season, you can witness herds of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles move clockwise driven by ancient instincts to find fresh food & water. This can give an opportunity of taking some fantastic pictures for your photo album.

Great Wildebeest Migration

For accommodation you can get luxury mobile camps or luxury lodges for spending your nights comfortably as well as can get relaxation in a better way. Exploring Masai Mara can be exciting, entertaining and unforgettable, which can be cost-effective also by getting a Kenya Masai Mara safari package from Easy Go Safaris at an affordable price. Easy Go Safaris is one of the leading safari companies in Kenya that provides safe and convenient safari packages by planning a beautiful itinerary for you. We are dedicated for providing customers high quality service and assistance as well as offer them best and comfortable accommodation during the safari trip.

Explore a Unique and Exciting Kenya Masai Mara Safari

Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the greatest wildlife reserves in Africa that is located in south-west of Kenya. This reserve occupies one thousand five hundred square kilometers of land and tends to be a favorite tourist destination for its enchanting landscapes as well as wildlife serenity. Masai Mara is a beautiful land consisting flat topped acacia trees, grassy plains, shrubs, steep hills, flowing rivers, etc, and also has a very diverse wildlife within which predators and their prey as well as scavengers are present, for example: leopard, lion, cheetah, crocodile, African hunting dog, crowned eagle, steenbok, impala, eland, zebra, hyena, Lappet-faced vulture, etc. You will be able to witness the great wildlife spectacle in Masai Mara and can also get an opportunity to capture breathtaking sights in your camera.

Zebra

Easy Go Safaris provides “3 days Kenya Masai Mara Safari” package that will help you to explore an amazing and diverse wildlife (in a beautiful landscape), which proves to be an exciting, entertaining and unforgettable safari experience. Your three day Masai Mara safari will start from the Nairobi City as well as will end there. Our driver guide will pick you up from the JKIA Airport or Wilson Airport in Nairobi and drive to the camp. On your first day at Masai Mara National Reserve you can explore the wildlife all the day and at the end of the day retire back to your lodge or camp for dinner for an overnight stay as to resume your safari next morning again. On day three you can have your breakfast at the camp after which can check out and depart to the airport driving leisurely with a game drive en-route to Nairobi. We also offer exciting safari game drive in Aberdare National Park in Kenya at an affordable price. Book today our affordable safari packages as per your requirement and budget.

Maasai Mara: The Heaven of Wildlife

Maasai Mara National Reserve is one of Africa’s most visited wildlife reserves located in south-west Kenya. This park contains Africa’s most diverse and spectacular eco-system with best wildlife collection. Every year thousands of tourists visit here to watch different species of wildlife and bird life in the reserve. This guide to Masai Mara will give you a brief but clear description about its wildlife, topography and everything else of this national reserve.

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Masai Mara safari is famous for its high amount of predator animals, such as lion, cheetah, leopard, hyenas, jackals, bat-eared foxes, etc. The yearly wildebeest migration (take s place in July and August) is also a famous attraction of this reserve. The scene of more than 1.5 million wildebeest crossing the crocodile infested Mara River is just thrilling to watch for every visitor. This park is also home for elephant, zebra, giraffe, Thomson’s gazelle, rhino, hippo and many other species. For bird watchers, this place is just heaven. More than 500 species of birds can be found in this park.

Kenya Masai Mara Safari

Timing is very important which you shall need to know to catch the great migration views. But for game viewing this place is excellent all year round. However between July and early August and the November month is most appropriate to visit here. This national park is 270 km away from the capital city Nairobi and takes 40-45 minutes by flight 5-6 hour by road to reach there.

Park Fee:
For Adults – 80 USD/24Hour
3 – 18 Year – 45 USD/24 Hours
Below 3Year – Free of Cost

Go on morning, afternoon and night drives to see different animals and enjoy beautiful sun rising and sunsets views. For best experience hire local guides because they are well-informed to this park and know where to drive and see best wildlife moments.

Migration Express Safari

If you are travelling to Masai Mara in near future and need well experienced tour and guide provider for your journey, then contact Easy Go Safaris without any hesitation. We also have a wide range of best safari and tour packages for Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.

Enjoy an Amazing Tour with Masai Mara Safari

If you dream of vast open savannah plains, striking orange sunsets and rich wildlife then Masai Mara in Kenya is the best destination. Mara is located in the Rift Valley Province of south western Kenya well known and most visited for its iconic attractions that offers out of the world experiences. After visiting which you will wonder why it was not visited before. For the first time enthusiast Mara reserve is considered the perfect destination which once enjoyed will give you a feeling to return here year after year.

Lion

At Masai Mara you will get diversity of habitats, an astounding array of wildlife such as elephants, buffalo, wildebeest, rhino, zebra, giraffes, big cats, etc. You will witness red sunsets, flat topped acacia trees, Masai Tribe and their culture, etc, that will leave a long lasting impression. The well known attraction of Masai Mara is great annual Wildebeest Migration that occurs between Masai Mara and Serengeti eco systems where over two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle migrate; witnessing this will make you safari tour fruitful.

Kenya safari tour

You will get fantastic snapshots for the photo album of Mara plains and grasslands that are flooded with wildlife grazing or playing or on a spree of hunting down for their next big meal. With Easy Go Safaris-3 days Masai Mara safari tour, you will not only experience amazing way of exploring wildlife as well as can witness some natural scenic beauty such as beautiful landscape covered by acacia trees, tall grass, shrubs, steep hills, rivers, etc. Your safari tour will start and end in Nairobi. We will take proper care of your accommodation and transportation as well as will guide you throughout the tour to make it an unforgettable one with sweet and beautiful memories.

Safety Precautions to Be Taken Before Visiting Africa

Every country has its issues and travel warnings for visitors. If you think, you are completely prepared to visit another country just by reading its famous destinations then you are wrong and may face several problems during your journey. Every year millions of tourists visit Africa to enjoy nature’s true beauty and its wildlife. Most of the journeys are trouble-free, but you should know all the safety tips and precautions to avoid unwanted dangers which may completely ruin your vacation. This blog is concerned about these safety precautions for your acknowledgement and safety.

Lion

 

1.    Hire a well experienced guide and a renowned local tour operator to assist you throughout your journey days.

2.    Don’t forget to buy a travel and health insurance and check all your activities on your trip are covered or not.

3.    Take all the required vaccinations, malaria medication and insect repellant. Anti-malaria medication is a must for you. Consult with your doctor regarding this. Wear long-sleeved shirts and jeans during your journey to prevent mosquito bites. Mosquito repellant cream is also a good option. In Africa, chances of Malaria and Dengue are very high. Yellow fever is also a great threat.  Be sure of the country you will be travelling to as these disease vary from country to country therefore we advise for proper prevention.

4.    Always keep a photocopy of your passport, VISA or any other legal document with you.

5.    Only keep small amount of cash with you, which you going to required for buying foods or any other urgent necessities. Always try to pay by credit cards or traveler’s cheques.

6.    Keep your luggage and other costly items always in your eye distance. It is good to keep them inside your hotel room.

7.    During the game viewing and safari tours, always follow your guide’s instruction and stay close to your group and instructor.

8.    Never means Never ever tease or feed any wild animal; this may cause an unpredictable dangerous situation.

9.    Africa is the home of number potentially dangerous crawlies like snakes, spiders, scorpions and other insects. So it is recommended to wear hunter or fully enclosed walking shoes, long trousers and full sleeved dresses before you go for a walk in jungle.

African Jungle

Africa is a heaven filled with most stunning wildlife scenes. But it will be a wise decision to take all the exact safety precautions to enjoy this land of magnificence. At Easy Go Safaris, we offer experienced specialist tour operators for different African countries, i.e. Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Our service also includes safari car hire and camping options inside it.

Feel free to call us at +254 20 2444914 for further details.