Preparing for a safari in Kenya

Preparing for a safari in Kenya

Creating the perfect safari holiday in Kenya can take some effort to get everything to your liking, but when it’s all done and it’s time to take your holiday, it’s all worth it!

There are some factors that can help you organize your holiday as well as possible, these include:

What would you like to see on your Kenya safari?

Different people want to see different things while on safari, some people may prefer rich scenery and natural monuments like lakes and mountains, while others prefer bird watching, but most people go to see the wildlife that can be found in reserves across the country, especially the big cats – cheetah, leopard and of course lion.

How long do you want to go on your Kenya safari?

Choosing how long you want to go on safari usually depends on how many national parks you want to see. Smaller parks can be done in a day, but most parks take 2-3 days to complete properly. You should also keep in mind that traveling between parks can easily take half a day at a time depending on how close the parks are to each other.

What should you pack for a safari in Kenya?

The basic clothes to take for a safari in Kenya are sunglasses with UV protection, boots, a safari hat, beige or khaki clothing and a fleece. Also bring sunscreen and mosquito repellent. A camera, binoculars and wildlife/country guides will also enhance your safari experience.

Which type of safari in Kenya can I choose?

There are many types of different safaris to choose from, first the most common is the vehicle safari. This can be a private or shared safari and usually involves a tour in a large 4×4 vehicle that has been converted to have an opening sunroof.

If you want to see the flora and fauna from a great height, then a hot air balloon safari might be just what you are looking for. Imagine rising above the clouds slowly and steadily to get a breathtaking view of the world below.

For those who want to get closer to nature, there is the opportunity to go on walking or horseback safaris in parks with a small number of predators.

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