Kenya Africas premium safari destination, a country in East Africa with coastline on the Indian Ocean and boardered by equally remarkable destination Tanzania and Uganda. Encompassed by endless savannah plains and scorched deserts, interrupted by snow- capped mountains, Lakelands, the dramatic Great Rift Valley and equatorial rain forest.
Best Places to Visit
Host to the remarkable phenomenon of the wildebeest migration, the largest single movement of the herd animals on the planet. It’s also home to wildlife like lions, elephants and rhinos roaming the savannah grasslands while the coastline possesses the atmoshere of a paradise isand sprinkled with colourful coral reefs. This diverse habitat offers endless opportunities for adventure, discoveries and relaxation all in one.
Tubu Tree lies on the western side of isolated Hunda Island, with easy access to diverse habitats and thus excellent game viewing. Activities include day and night game drives, and boating, seasonal fishing and mokoro trips during winter (generally May to late September). Classic, traditional Okavango safari camp with views from within the tree canopy The best-placed bar in the Delta! Excellent leopard densities and viewing
When to visit
One of the best times to visit Kenya is from June to September and December – February, during the country’s dry season, which also coincides with the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra. Game concentrations around the remaining waterholes source including Ewaso Nyiro River encourages good sightings of predators and other wildlife.
The rainy seasons (Oct – Nov and Mar – May) are also good times to travel, as there are fewer visitors and you can admire the striking emerald vegetation. The rainy season brings clear air , lush surroundings and great photographic opportunities, excellent view of Mount Kenya with less haze than dry season, while herds of grazers like zebra, gazelles and their predators move to Segera’s lush plains