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Where to go on a kenya safari

 Kenya and Tanzania contain the greatest varieties and concentrations of wildlife populations in the world. Two popular draws are the annual wildebeest migration and the “Big Five:” Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo and Leopard. The migration and the Big Five may be the stars of Kenya and Tanzania’s wildlife show, but there is plenty more to see in the  more than 70 parks in both countries. From Mara to Amboseli and Ngorongoro to Serengeti, each park overflows with wildlife.

 So you may ask, where should I go?  

Which are the Top 5 Kenya Parks?

Our First Choice:  Maasai Mara National Reserve


  • The Big Five
  • The Wildebeest Migration
  • Big Cats
  • Maasai Cultural Visits
  • Hot air balloon rides

Our Second Choice:  Amboseli National Reserve  


  • Wildlife Photography
  • Great herds of African Elephants
  • Magnificent views of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain at 19,341ft.
  • Big Five

Our Third Choice:  Samburu National Reserve  


  • Unique wildlfie not found in any other parks: Grevy’s Zebra, reticulated giraffe, Kudu, Somali Ostriches and the Gerenuk.
  • Bird watching
  • Samburu Cultural Visits
  • Less crowded than other parks. 

Our Fourth Choice:  Lake Nakuru National Park


  • Birdwatching
  • Huge population of flamingos
  • Sanctuary for endangered black and white rhinos
  • Sighting of the elusive leopards 

Our Fifth Choice: Mount Kenya and Aberdare National Parks  


  • Up and close viewing of animals at watering holes
  • Night time game viewing from tree lodge
  • Great views of Kenya’s highest mountain: Mt. Kenya at 17,057ft. 


Which are the Top 5 Tanzania Parks?

Our First Choice: Serengeti National Park  


  • The Wildebeest Migration
  • Big Five
  • Rich concentration of wildlife
  • Hot air balloon rides 

Our Second Choice: Ngorongoro Conservation Area  


  • A world heritage site and the world’s largest intact caldera
  • Over 25,000 animals in the crater
  • Unique interaction and co-existence between the Maasai and animals in the crater
  • Nearby prehistoric Olduvai Gorge, popularly known as “The Cradle of Mankind” 

Our Third Choice: Lake Manyara National Park


  • Tree climbing lions
  • Big Cats
  • Birdwatching
  • Flamingos 

Our Fourth Choice: Tarangire National Park


  • Huge herds of African Elephants
  • Walking Safaris 

Our Fifth Choice: Kilimanjaro National Park


  • Mountain Climbing