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Kenya safaris

Tranquil Kenya Safaris

Kenya and wildlife go hand-in-hand and the country boasts some of the Continent’s most incredible wildlife destinations, making it the logical choice for a genuine East African Safari. Below are our most popular Kenya Safaris that many of our clients really enjoyed. Having said this, every safari is different and we are the experts to tailor your tour to your requirements and style

Kenya safari tours

Kenya Safaris

Safaris in Kenya offer the best adventure of luxury in the bush

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Kenya safari camps & lodges

Safari Camps & Lodges

Find out about our recommended camps and lodges for your safari

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Kenya Wildlife

With abundant wildlife, flora & fauna, Kenya has more to offer than just landscape

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Kenya safari parks

Safari Parks & Reserves

We will take you there, from game drives to mountains to the beach getaways

Before you go

safari parks iconTop Kenya Safari Parks

The legendary Maasai Mara National Reserve is the jewel in the wildlife crown and hosts the annual Wildebeest Migration. In addition, Kenya is blessed with a stunningly beautiful landscape; in the Rift Valley, bold escarpments drop down to scenic bird-fringed lakes and volcanic thermal springs, forming a perfect natural tapestry. Towering Mount Kenya, Africa’s second tallest mountain, stands guard over all this bounty, while in the north wild and largely untouched reserves like Samburu, Meru and Shaba beckon the adventurous. To top it all, Kenya has a long and lovely coastline featuring excellent beach resorts and Marine National Parks.

Masai mara wildebeest migration

Masai Mara Safaris

The legendary Masai mara is the home of the wildebeest migration safaris across the Mara River

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Kenya family safaris

Family Safaris

Share the best safari moments with your family. Kids friendly safari adventures by Tranquil Kenya

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Amboseli safaris

Kenya Safaris

Amboseli safaris are a great way of exploring Kenya’s wildlife with a view of Mount Kilimanjaro

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Mount Kenya Treks

Conquer the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, Mt Kenya

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Kenya tanzania Safaris

Kenya Tanzania Safaris

Get the best out of the two best safari destinations in Africa, Kenya & Tanzania

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Lake Nakuru Safaris

Have you ever seen a hyena hunt a flamingo? Lake Nakuru, is full of surprises

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Kenya day trips

Kenya Day Trips

In Kenya, you can do a one-day city tour, Karen Blixen museum or giraffe manor

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Kenya Luxury beach Holidays

Kenya Beach Holidays

Relax on the white sandy beaches of Diani, Watamu or Malindi at the Kenya Coast

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africa travelKenya Safari Pars & Reserves

Masai mara national park

Masai Mara

National Reserve
Samburu National Reserve


National Reserve
Lewa Conservancy


Wildlife Conservancy
hells gate National Park

Hells Gate

National Park
Lake nakuru national Park

Lake Nakuru

National Park
Amboseli National Park


National Park
Malindi Marine

Malindi Marine

National Park
Meru National park

Tsavo East

National Park

Safaris from Nairobi

We have safaris departing from Nairobi to other parks and attractions within Kenya like Masai Mara, Samburu, Amboseli, Mombasa, Lamu, Diani, Kisumu, Kakamega, Meru and outside Kenya to Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Lake Mayara, Tarangire in Tanzania and Uganda. 

  • Nairobi to Nairobi Safaris
  • Nairobi to Mombasa
  • Mount Kenya Trekking
  • Tanzania Kenya Safari Tours

Safaris from Mombasa

We also operate from Mombasa for parks closer to Mombasa like Tsavo East and Tsavo west national park, Amboseli as well as other parks around Kenya and across the border in the other East African countries like Uganda, Tanzania, Zanzibar and other countries on the African continent.

  • Mombasa to Mombasa Safaris
  • Mombasa to Nairobi
  • Mombasa to Malindi or Watamu
  • Mombasa to Diani

Best time for Kenya Safaris

Kenya has two dry seasons, the main one from June to October and another shorter spell of dry weather between January and February. From November to around the end of February the rains are generally in the form of light evening showers which do not have a great impact on your game viewing. The highest rainfall occurs between February and April and this is when some camps and lodges close due to impassable roads.

Through out the year

Year Round Higlights

Safari Big 5

Game viewing in Kenya is generally very good all year round, particularly in the Maasai Mara where the excellent density of wildlife ensures great viewing at just about any time of year. The shoulder seasons (October and May) are when you will often pick up great bargains and avoid the seasonal crowds in the more popular Parks such as Maasai Mara, Nakuru, Samburu and Amboseli.

January/February & June - October

Dry Season

General Game Viewing

June to October is, without doubt, the best time of the year for game viewing in Kenya (and most of East and Southern Africa). The days are sunny and clear, there is very little chance of rain and the grass is shorter making game-viewing easier. In addition, many seasonal water sources dry up and the wildlife is forced to congregate around permanent water holes making them much easier to locate.
The down-side is that this is the busiest time in all the popular reserves, and also the most expensive!
November to May

Wet Season


Spring and summer (from October to March) are by far the best times for bird watching in Kenya. After the start of the spring rains, the resident bird population is dramatically swollen by thousands of migrating northern bird species, making the early summer months the best time to visit for a birding safari to the Rift Valley Lakes, Nakuru, Bogoria, Naivasha and Baringo as well as the coastal breeding hotspots, such as the Sokoke Forest, Mida-Creek and Sabaki estuary, near the Watamu Marine National Park.


Kenya hosts several IBA’s (Important Birding Areas) where you can enjoy ticking off hundreds of resident species at any time of year. The Rift Valley Lakes, Naivasha, Nakuru, Borogia and Baringo, have large resident populations of water birds and nesting colonies of raptors, such as the African Fish Eagle, which you can enjoy all year round.

Wildebeest Migration

The huge herds reach the Maasai Mara Reserve around July and seeing them on the plains of the ‘Mara, or witnessing a perilous river crossing is a wildlife spectacle second to none. The best time to see the action is between July and September. However, since the timing of the migration is dictated by the rains, it is never possible to perfectly predict the best time.


October to December is when most of the animals calve and visiting at this time provides the perfect opportunity to see many baby animals, as well as the many predators who eagerly anticipate easy pickings! In addition, the arid areas miraculously turn green and the landscape is sensational.

Planning your safari to Kenya

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