High Density & Assorted Wildlife Experiences in National Parks & Reserves – Kenya Wildlife Safaris Adventure

Kenya is one of the world’s magnificent wildlife safaris tour destinations! Its parks, reserves, and private conservancies are home to some of the highest and most diverse populations of wildlife on the planet. Traveling across vast landscapes bathed in the soft morning light, your African Kenya wildlife safaris tour dreams unfold before your eyes.

Visit the grassy plains and swamplands of Amboseli National Park in Kenya wildlife safaris to see an iconic scene – elephants silhouetted against the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro on the border of northern Tanzania. Flanking these elegant animals are graceful giraffes, energetic antelopes, buffalos, zebras, hippos, warthogs, and many other herbivores.

A high concentration of predators abounds in Maasai Mara National Reserve! Lions, leopards, cheetahs, and other powerful hunters thrive on resident prey animals year-round, and the wildebeest migration brings a greater bounty to the plains.

Laikipia in northern Kenya offers you the second-highest density of wildlife in Kenya safaris, including the Big 5 – elephants, buffaloes, rhinos, lions, and leopards. In Samburu National Reserve, you are introduced to the “Samburu Special Five ” – Somali ostriches, gravy zebras, reticulated giraffes, Beisa Oryx, and gerenuks. Maleness lions, hyenas, and cheetahs elegantly stalk their prey of gazelles, elands, impalas, and other small creatures from the cover of tall grasses in Tsavo East and West National Parks!

These common animals are plenty to keep you intrigued and engaged, but imagine your excitement at seeing some of Kenya’s rarest fauna – African wild dogs, sable antelopes, and many more! Kenya’s wildlife safaris tour experiences extend into a smaller world that includes some of Africa’s “Little 5” from leopard tortoises to antlions – ask Deks Africa Safaris & Tours representatives about where to find the members of this delightful group.

Best Kenya Wildlife Safaris Tour

wildlife migration in Maasai Mara National Reserve – Kenya

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