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Kenya

Discover Kenya with Ntaba African Safaris

Let Ntaba Safaris take you to Kenya!

We will offer you so much to see and do. Within the borders of a single country, you will find savannas rich with big game, timeless cultures unchanged by the modern world, pristine beaches and coral reef, equatorial forests and mighty snow-capped mountains, searing deserts and cool highland retreats and endless opportunities for adventure, discovery, relaxation.

Your Ntaba African Safaris can include these beautiful places:

The Maasai Mara Game Reserve

  • Widely considered to be one of Africa’s greatest wildlife reserves. The Mara comprises 200 square miles of open plains, woodlands and riverine forest.
  • Since the establishment of the Mara as a wildlife sanctuary in 1961, control of management has slowly moved to either the local government, or the Maasai people themselves.
  • The Maasai Mara is administered by the Narok County government. The more visited eastern part of the park known as the Maasai Mara National Reserve is managed by the Narok County Council. The Mara Triangle in the western part is managed by the Trans-Mara county council, which has contracted management to the Mara Conservancy since the early 2000s.
  • The Mara is a national reserve, which in part, means that you are allowed to go off-road as well as exit the vehicle (with caution and permission from your guide). This differs from the national parks, where you are not allowed to go off designated roads or exit the vehicle.
  • Contiguous with the plains of the Serengeti, and sitting at the foot of the great Mount Kilimanjaro, the Mara is home to a breath taking array of life.
  • The vast grassland plains are scattered with herds of Zebra, Giraffe, Gazelle, and Topi.Elephants and Buffalo wallow in the wide Musiara Swamp.
  • The Mara and Talek rivers are brimming with Hippos and Crocodiles.
  • The Acacia forests abound with Bird life and Monkeys.

Amboseli Park

  • A wildlife safari into Amboseli lets the visitor enter the majestic realm of the Elephant. This beautiful park consists of wide open plains crowned by the snowcapped peak of Kilimanjaro.
  • Elephants are a continual presence throughout the park, and this provides plenty of opportunities to observe and learn from a wide variety of their social behavior
  • The forests and swamplands are well worth exploring, and the wetland areas and stands of acacia are rich birding country.
  • The open plains attract plenty of grazing game, including zebra, wildebeest, and impala.
  • Cheetah are often seen here, either hunting on the plains or at rest in the undergrowth.
  • As with all National parks in Kenya, you must stay in your vehicle at all times, except at designated picnic or walking areas.

Tsavo

  • Tsavo consists of 10 million acres of pure wilderness, incorporating savannah, ranges and hills, acacia and montane forest, and an extensive river system.
  • The open plains are the best place to see the large herds of game. The region is well known for its herds of “Red Elephants”, their skins stained by rich ochre dust.
  • The plains are also ideal for finding Lion, Eland, Impala, Lesser Kudu, Gerenuk, Hirola, Cape Buffalo, and possibly Rhinoceros.
  • In the forested hills, large herds of Buffalo and Giraffe are often found.
  • The forests of Tsavo are ideal for birding, with a fantastic range of species recorded including a variety of weavers, hornbills, sunbirds, rollers, and raptors.
  • Birders should definitely not miss the Mzima Springs, where the plentiful supply of fresh water has created a verdant oasis.
  • As with all National parks in Kenya, you must stay in your vehicle at all times, except at designated picnic or walking areas.

Lake Nakuru

  • Lake Nakuru is one of the Rift Valley lakes at an elevation of 1,754 m (5,755 ft) above sea level. It lies to the south of Nakuru, in the rift valley of Kenya and is protected by Lake Nakuru National Park.
  • The park abounds with game. There are huge herds of waterbuck, zebra, buffalo, the endangered Rothschild Giraffe and more.
  • This major National Park is an important sanctuary for Rhino. Both Black and White Rhino are found here, and are often seen resting under acacias by the lake shore. Thousands of flamingos, joined into a massive flock, fringe the shores of this soda lake.
  • The lake has become world famous for these birds, who visit the lake to feed on algae that forms on the lake bed. This is also one of your best chances of seeing Leopard in Kenya, and there are several large prides of Lion.

Samburu

  • Samburu takes its name from the nomadic tribe who live throughout this area.
  • The Samburu have long used the waters of the Ewaso N’giro River as a water source for their herds of goats, sheep and camels. In dry periods, they dig wells into the dry river bed, or take advantage of ready-made wells dug by elephants.
  • Elephant come to the rivers in Samburu to drink, and in the dry season, use their tusks to dig deep wells in the dry river beds.
  • These elephant excavations then become a focal point for other plains game and troops of baboon, attracted by the fresh water supply.

Safaris including this destination

Classic Kenya

Nairobi, Tsavo West National Park, Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park and Masai Mara - 13 Nights

Kenya Explorer

Nairobi, Samburu National Reserve, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara - 7 Nights