Super Game Tanzania Safaris and Tours
Kenya is a top wildlife destination, recommended especially for those searching for Places to visit in Kenya. An ultimate holiday destination in Kenya, have a great experience of trekking, hiking, and wildlife and Birding too.
Kenya National Park & Games Reserve includes The Masai Mara National Reserve offers excellent big cat encounters and is the setting for the yearly wildebeest migration. Palm-lined beaches offer perfect places to relax after an action-packed safari.
Kenya is one of the most productive safari destinations in Africa. Herbivores, such as elephants, buffalo and giraffes are common throughout and big rivers are usually inhabited by hippos and crocodiles. Big cats are plentiful as well. Rhino, although scarce in the Masai Mara, is common on the Laikipia plateau. Of course, it’s the wildebeest and zebra who put on a show here, with the incredible annual migration.
There are seven big and productive National Parks in Kenya Amboseli NP, Samburu National Reserve, Tsavo west NP, Tsavo east NP, Lake Nakuru National Park, Masai Mara National Reserve, and Buffalo Springs National Reserve.
Kenya’s equatorial location rules out a distinguishing summer and winter seasons, but it does have clear-cut Wet and Dry seasons. The dry weather months (November to May) are characterized by very warm temperatures of around 30°C/86°F, with the addition of sticky humidity along the coast. The drier months (June to October) have cold nights and mornings, and fairly pleasant afternoons. The other big climatic influence is altitude, with temperatures dropping about 6°C/3.5°F for every 1,000m/1,000ft the higher you go.
The Dry Summer season (June to October) is your best time for wildlife watching. This is when the bush thins out, making animals more visible as they head for the nearest waterhole. This is also when the wildebeest and zebra pass through. The normal dry season (November to May) has its attractions as well. By having wetlands, grasslands, savannah, the scenery is beautiful and green, Rates drop because it’s the low season, Newborn animals can be seen, Migratory birds are present from September to April, Except for March to May, rains are usually just short showers in the afternoon These include fantastically green scenery.
Whether it’s a guided tour of a historic landmark, private tasting of local delicacies, or an off-road adventure — explore the best experiences in Kenya.