The answers to these two questions are a decisive and loud YES!
Nothing beats the natural world beauty of Africa – from snow-capped peaks to rolling savannahs to luxurious dense forest. Imagine an infinite vista of wildlife against a brilliant sunset, framed by Africa’s signature acacia trees.
Nowhere else will you see such an abundance of beauty in the land, the animals, and the culture. A visit to Africa is an unforgettable journey to a world that defines our place on this planet.
Of course, all travel carries a little risk but most of Africa is much safer than people have been led to believe. With just a little foreknowledge and some common sense, you will enjoy the safari of a lifetime. Here we present to you 10 of the safest places to visit in Africa, this most special of continents.
It suffered a troubled history, but today’s Rwanda may be one of the safest countries in Africa. The violence of decades past has been a lesson to its people, and they have responded by creating a more cohesive and peaceful society.
You’ll feel this re-birth in the welcoming eyes of the Rwandan people who are more than happy to show you their modern capital of Kigali. The countryside is a pure, green jewel of lush mountains, harboring the exotic mountain gorilla. Rwanda is a warm, inviting example of a safe African country – indeed, one of the safest places to visit in Africa. We operate a number of safari tours in Rwanda.
With its movie-scape red deserts, Namibia presents visitors with incredible journeys through an other-worldly setting. This is a sparsely populated country which only enhances its safety – the crime rate is extremely low. Add to this, the country’s desert conditions – you won’t find tropical diseases or malaria seen elsewhere.
Politically stable with a developed infrastructure, the roads are good and medical services are competent and available. Be sure to visit Etosha National Park, and the iconic red dunes of Sossusvlei are beyond stunning.
The government of Botswana is politically stable, the economy is strong – it’s only the elephants you might have to watch out for! With its low levels of corruption, solid public and medical services, there has been no civil unrest in recent memory. And the tourism industry is well-organized, keeping guests safe while on safari.
But Botswana does have lots of large wildlife, especially elephants. One needs to be alert while driving or camping. That’s where the well-trained guides come in. A visit to the Okavango Delta is an absolute – lots of big cats and other game roam in great numbers and varieties. Also, not to be missed is the Kalahari Desert, perhaps the largest unbroken stretch of sand in the world.
Kenya is also a strong candidate as one of the safest holiday safari countries in Africa. It has experienced some political conflict in the past but those were mainly isolated events. The country is still very safe for its million-plus yearly visitors. The safari industry here is well-established with excellent roads and medical services.
Even in capital Nairobi, crime is rarely an issue for tourists, though common-sense is always advised. In Kenya’s active national parks, one should be cautious of wild animals but that’s why the expert guides are there to assist you. Adding to the sense of development and stability, English is considered the second language in Kenya, making communication much easier. Check out the latest safari tours that explore Kenya.
Mauritius would certainly rank as one of the safest holiday countries in Africa due to its lack of poverty and secure beach resorts. An island nation, Mauritius is famed for its beautiful beaches and easy, relaxed vibe. Whether you’re single, coupled or a family, you are certain to feel welcome and comfortable in this charming multicultural vacation spot.
And Mauritius isn’t just beaches – visit the national Botanical Gardens with its hundreds of plant varieties. The capital of Port Louis is attractive, cosmopolitan and one of the wealthiest cities in Africa – as well as safe.
Ethiopia has finally shaken off its 80’s reputation for troubles, especially food shortages, and has transformed into a dynamic, growing country. This means it’s a leader for safe African countries. Throughout Ethiopia crime is low and the growing tourism industry has contributed to its overall stability.
If you are looking for culture, this is your stop. Ethiopia offers the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites of any country on the continent. A 3,000-year-old country, the colours, textures, traditions, and people of Ethiopia are sure to enchant.
With its stable government, Morocco is one of the safest countries in Africa, especially in the northern region. Long popular with travellers, its tourist facilities are well-developed and secure. Visitors, however, should be alert to petty crimes like pickpocketing in the bigger cities.
Pollution may be an irritant for some, and female travellers should exercise caution so as not to be harassed. All that said, Morocco is a colourful, captivating country with a rich culture of food, customs, and art.
Toward the southern end of the continent, you’ll find Zambia to be a safe and politically stable wildlife destination. Besides being a rural country, you will most likely fly straight to the countryside where the game is, passing by the possibility of any city crime.
While its infrastructure is not overly developed, a visit to Zambia is more than worth it for the wildlife – lots of elephants and hippos. Do take precautions regarding your health as malaria is still prevalent here.
Home to Africa’s tallest peak, Mt. Kilimanjaro, and the great Serengeti plains, Tanzania is a safe African country to visit. Not to be missed because of its vast wildlife populations, you should still take normal precautions, especially when in the big cities.
That said, Tanzania is home to the Great Migration in the Serengeti and the otherworldly Ngorongoro Crater, the largest intact volcanic caldera in the world, holds over 25,000 large animals. The series of brilliant parks here offer every kind of wildlife experience, including millions of bright pink flamingos. Take a look at our range of Tanzania wildlife safaris.
Not to be excluded from any list of safest African countries to visit is the exquisite nation of Seychelles, a cluster of pristine islands in the Indian Ocean. A very safe vacation spot for vacationers, you’ll find a stable government and well-regarded tourism industry.
Perhaps the biggest danger in Seychelles is the riptides, so take care when swimming. Other than that, you’ll delight in a tropical climate that’s perfect for swimming, surfing, diving, and snorkeling. Besides the beaches and coral reefs, don’t miss the nature reserves and national parks for hiking and birding.
If we’re just looking at the crime rate on it’s own for African nations, Rwanda comes out on top, ranking at 11th in the Global Crime Index’s latest report. Despite Rwanda’s impressively low crime rates, for several years running, The Global Peace Index Report has placed Mauritius as the most peaceful country on the African continent. Overall, Mauritius is ranked as the 23rd safest country in the world according to the 2020 GPI report.
The following countries in Africa are not safe for tourists to visit and Natural Tours strongly wishes advises that brave adventures do not entertain the thought of visiting or travelling through the following nations:
Unfortunately, the above countries suffer from combinations of high levels of crime, terrorism, civil unrest, kidnapping and armed conflict which make them extremely risky for foreign visitors.
These safest countries in Africa present a stunning diversity of land, sea, and wildlife – a natural draw for seaside vacations, safaris, and cultural delights. Let Natural World Kenya Safaris plan a dream adventure for you and your family. Let us know your desires – we’ll make it happen!
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December is here, and after a terrible year for all, we want to wish our loyal customers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
This year has been a tough one for us. The restrictions on travel have heavily impacted our business, just like many others in the travel industry and beyond, so we feel very fortunate to still be able to operate our tours.
As the new year approaches, you may be already considering your next holiday, so why not take a look at the incredible safari tours that we offer and surprise your loved ones with a once in a lifetime experience exploring the wonderful landscape of Africa, with its many amazing beasts both mighty and measly alike.
With 2021 on the horizon and a ‘new normal’ looking more and more promising, we thought it was a perfect time to update our tours and safaris prices so they’re more affordable for all of our customers. Our new prices are also very competitive compared to other safari operators. Also, with our new selected range of accommodations, our 2021 customers are guaranteed to have the best possible safari experience!
With the wide variety of safari tours available, you’re spoilt for choice on a bunch of breath-taking destinations! So, we want to give you some ideas for your 2021 holiday.
Why not widen your East African experience and combine your trip by visiting two of the destinations most popular countries?
At Natural World Safaris, you can visit Kenya and Tanzania in a combined safari tour, experiencing the wildlife further across open plains. Whether you choose to stay a few days or over a week, our variety of safaris won’t disappoint.
You will travel in our 4×4 pop up top jeeps, coming close to enchanting elephants and Africa’s wildebeest, whilst experiencing famous destinations such as Mount Kilimanjaro and Lake Manyara. Don’t miss out and have a look at the endless options of destinations for your Kenya and Tanzania safari tour.
If you want to visit the safari capital but would like to enjoy the white-sand beaches Kenya has to offer as well, then you can book on to one of our Kenya Coast holiday extensions.
We offer a 3 or 4-day trip to some of Kenya’s magnificent islands, including Nairobi’s Lamu’s Manda Island, where you can appreciate the historical surroundings and tranquillity of the Lamu village and Shella beach.
You can browse the Kenya Coast and Zanzibar Beach Holidays and get the best of both worlds in 2021 combining a safari tour and a beach holiday.
If you would like to find out more about our amazing Kenya safari tours and excursions, then please do not hesitate to call us on +254 20 2216830 and we’ll be happy to answer any question you may have. Alternatively, you can contact Natural World Kenya Safaris online.
We are passionate about providing the best safari tours out there and, if you book yours in December, we can help you have a truly exciting Christmas.
But, for now, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from us all at Natural World Kenya Safaris!
After a troublesome Year 2020, everybody at Natural World Kenya Safaris is incredibly excited for our peak Kenya safari season to begin, and to welcome a vast array of new customers and clients in 2021/2022, creating a multitude of unforgettable memories in the process.
And the prospect of meeting a plethora of German visitors is one that particularly enthralls us this coming years, as we look forward to further enhancing their enjoyment of a Kenya safari tour experience sure to contrast sharply with their everyday lifestyle.
Sporting features in a cultural, climate, landscape and wildlife sense that are at a complete disconnect to their German counterparts, Kenya is certain to prove an incredibly enchanting safari holiday destination for visitors from Germany, perhaps more so than for those utilizing our services from other worldly areas.
That being said, however, we of course welcome people from all corners of the globe to revel in a truly unique Kenya safari holiday experience by utilizing our phenomenal tour operator services.
In doing so, you will gain the opportunity to delve into the world’s safari capital and see such amazing feats of nature as the Great Migration; and with safari trips of contrasting lengths, featuring differing transport methods to visit different locations, there really is a Kenya safari excursion for bespoke to all personal requirements.
As previously mentioned, there is a Kenya safari tour to suit any and all needs, and so it makes little difference whether you’re travelling as an individual, with a partner, or as a family for your safari holiday in 2021/2022, Natural World has the ideal Kenya safari excursion for you.
Why not begin planning your trip from Germany now by contacting our dedicated team of travel advisors?
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Throughout the year , book yourself an amazing safari holiday with Natural World Kenya Safaris. Experience the African wilderness, hundreds of different animals, and breath-taking views on one of our all-inclusive safari packages that you’ll remember for a lifetime.
You can tailor your whole package around you and your budget so you get the best accommodation and experience for your money and your family! Natural World Kenya Safaris provide the most spectacular tours in Kenya that start from various locations including Nairobi, Mombasa , Malindi/Watamu & Diani.
Natural World Kenya Safaris allows you to see some of the world’s greatest natural sights and animal migrations that you won’t see anywhere else on earth. We love sharing our knowledge of Africa with travellers from across the globe, just take a look at our TripAdvisor reviews!
You can visit a range of places including Tsavo, Amboseli, Mount Kilimanjaro, the Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and many more amazing locations while on board a Mombasa safari tour. With tours lasting from 1 day to 7 days, you can experience as little or as much as you like depending on your budget.
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Safaris also depart from Nairobi, including visits to natural hot springs, National Parks, game reserves and many more amazing locations. Accommodation is included and you can choose from different locations including game viewing accommodation and tree hotels on some Nairobi safaris!
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We have a range of safari options meaning you can choose to incorporate a safari into your African holiday, or you can dedicate your whole holiday to going on safari.
You can experience safari by road and by air with Natural World Kenya Safaris, giving you a full view of the African plains, animals, and natural wonders. Book your 2021/2022 safari trip today and our team will ensure you have an enjoyable and friendly holiday experience.
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Rwanda offers plenty of opportunities to see amazing wildlife in a number of national parks, forests, mountains, rivers, and lakeland areas. Akagera National Park is the destination of choice for ‘big five’ wildlife, which includes lions, leopards, buffalos, rhinos, and elephants. Virunga mountains and Nyungwe Forest are equally popular.
The country is perhaps best known for its abundance of gorillas and chimpanzees. The mountainous areas of Virunga in the north are prime locations for gorilla trekking, while Nyungwe Forest in the south is the place to head to for views of chimpanzees. Leopards are rare in Rwanda, and there are no cheetahs.
Rwanda is commonly explored alongside other major African safari destinations, including Kenya and Tanzania. Many people visiting the region plan their adventure around a series of stop-offs. The flight connections between these areas are relatively stress-free, frequent, and competitively priced, even in peak season.
Rwanda is fortunate to have a wide range of wildlife, but some species are more common than others. Below, we outline the abundance of animals in the country:
An abundance of wildlife can be seen throughout the year in Rwanda. If you are seeking gorillas, you can travel any time to see these magnificent creatures. The Wet Season, especially between the months of October and February, is the best period for spotting chimpanzees. They are commonplace in Nyungwe Forest. Meanwhile, Akagera National Park is a safe bet for a mixture of wildlife. Visit during the peak of the dry season during June to September to find buffalo, zebra, hippo, giraffe, and elephant. The wettest time of the year from March to May should ideally be avoided.
Rwanda is among the most popular destinations in Africa for gorilla and chimpanzee trekking. The north of the country contains the mountainous Virunga region, where thousands of endangered mountain gorillas reside. Although not the easiest of treks, the reward is well worth the effort to see these magnificent primates in the wild. Chimpanzee trekking in Nyungwe Forest is equally popular with tourists and provides ample opportunity for photographs, particularly at the start of the wet season.
Wanting to visit Rwanda for a safari holiday? Then contact Natural World Safaris for East African safari trips.
We provide a wide range of customisable package safaris, combined tours and day excursions, which includes gorilla trekking tours in Rwanda.
Our safari deals are great value for money, highly recommended by previous travellers, and guaranteed to provide a truly memorable experience.
At Natural world Kenya safaris ,it is never too late to book a last minute trip of a lifetime this summer to see all that an African safari has to offer. We offer wildlife safari tours that can guarantee exciting animal sightings, tropical sunshine, scenic adventure and fantastic experiences.
Take a look at our most popular Kenya safari trips and make a last minute booking ..the below list shall inspire your next holiday!
Escape this summer and fly to Nairobi, the safari capital of Kenya. The city is an international airline hub serving major airlines of the world and we offer a complete range of tours that depart from Nairobi, including visits to Nakuru National Park, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara.
Our classic, nine-day tour allows you to visit Masai Mara, the Tsavo East and West National Parks as well as Amboseli, which lies in the shadows of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
With packages ranging from one-day trips to twelve-day tours for Nairobi based safaris, there’s something to suit everyone at Natural World Kenya Safaris. Check out the latest selection of Nairobi safari holidays.
There are plenty of different options for those looking to walk on the wild side. One option is the two-day Tsavo East and West safari. The trip combines both the Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks providing an excellent opportunity to see lions, elephants, hippos as part of the ‘Big Five’!
For those looking to really explore the wonders than Kenya has to offer there is the seven-day Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu safari tour. This tour will allow you to experience Masai Mara Game Reserve, Lake Nakuru National Park and the Samburu Game Reserve meaning you’ll certainly see everything a Kenyan safari has to offer.
You’ll have unlimited game viewing drives with a private 4×4 safari jeep and dedicated driver / guide. The full week safari will allow you to experience the varied climatic and vegetation zones as well as immersing yourself in local lifestyles and cultures.
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No safari to Rwanda would be complete without a trek to see its mountain gorillas. You’ll find one-third of the world’s population of these fascinating apes in the country’s richly forested hills.
But take a closer look at the wildlife on your journey, for Rwanda holds many colourful and intriguing species of birds, monkeys, antelope, and even lizards.
They range in size from substantial to tiny, but each holds a special place in this unique eco-system and will only make your safari richer for experiencing them.
Topis are a unique type of antelope, with a humped back, elongated head, and dark purple patches on their upper legs. They can also be quite large, up to 160 k. (353 lbs.). They frequent grasslands and can be found in Akagera National Park.
The topi has a very diverse and organized social system. An alpha male dominates the territory or lek, inhabiting its center. Females will enter the area to mate and may even compete with each other to be with the dominant males.
The mantled guereza, also known as the eastern black and white colobus impresses with its unique patterns of black and white fur on its face and body. Its long fringe of white hair drapes over an otherwise black body.
Living close to rivers and lakes, it feeds on leaves, seeds, fruit, and some insects. Known for its morning chorus, the males roar in a form of communication that establishes their territory. The calls can carry over a mile and neighboring males may roar back in response creating an entertaining jungle cacophony.
If you should spot a colourful tiny bird with a bright green, iridescent head and a bold red and yellow breast, you’ve found the regal sunbird. A beautiful addition to any journey, the regal sunbird inhabits montane forests, usually at elevations from 1,500 to 3,100 m (4,900 – 10,200 ft) above sea level.
Its vocalizations are also colourful, with a long and warbling song. Though the regal sunbird’s population may be declining, its numbers are still so plentiful that it is not considered to be vulnerable or threatened.
The extraordinary Hamlyn’s monkey appears as half-monkey, half-owl, hence its alternate name, the owl-faced monkey. It sports a characteristic white stripe, extending from the nose to the upper lip giving it a distinctive owl-like look.
Though rare, it can be found in the dense high-altitude – 900 – 4,500m (3,000 – 15,000ft) – bamboo forests of Rwanda. It is a frugivore, preferring fruits, roots, nuts, and seeds. Hamlyn’s monkeys live in small groups of about ten members with one male and multiple females.
There are many varieties of the agama, amongst them the red-headed, the rainbow, and the blue-headed. This last is startling in appearance with a bright iridescent blue-green head and forelegs, fading to a brown/orange body and tail.
Its color can also change or fade depending on circumstances – if it has been dominated, caught, or even just alarmed. The males can be aggressive, even taking chunks off each other’s tails. The females, too, may fight each other and sometimes initiate courtship with the male, inviting him to chase and catch her.
An unusual monkey you may come upon in the highland forest with its distinctive white beard, the L’Hoest monkey is certain to catch your attention. Living in small groups of females, the males will only stay with the group for short periods of time.
L’Hoest monkeys sleep in trees, sitting and holding branches or each other for stability. Females usually give birth at night but all the females in the group will take an interest in the newborn, trying to hold it. The L’Hoest Monkey has been known to live for up to 30 years.
Rwanda is a special place to appreciate Africa’s plentiful variety of wildlife. If you would like to learn more about this nation, we have put together a handy Rwanda travel guide.
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Few countries are so clearly associated with a particular animal as Uganda is – the gorilla. More specifically the mountain gorilla, considered to be the signature example of Uganda wildlife. Nearly half the mountain gorillas in the world are found in Uganda, in the suggestive and mysteriously named Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
There you can take a guided trek through the mists to discover this rare and powerful creature. Though bigger than life, the mountain gorilla is only one of numerous animals you’ll come upon as you safari through Uganda’s many national parks and wildlife reserves. Exploring the mountains, tropical rainforests, swamps, savannahs, woodlands, and lakes of this beautiful country will bring you into the habitats of 345 species of Uganda fauna and over 1000 types of birds.
Uganda’s biodiversity never fails to impress visitors – consider these colourful statistics – 500 species of fish, 142 species of reptiles, and a dazzling 1,242 types of butterflies for you to enjoy!
Perhaps Uganda is such a wildlife paradise because of the philosophy underlying its parks, reserves, and sanctuaries – the preservation of the natural world is valued over any kind of man-made development. This helps to ensure the variety of Uganda’s animal species will remain protected.
In Uganda’s forests and mountains look for 13 types of primates. In addition to the mountain gorilla, you’ll also find the fascinating and intelligent chimpanzee. And monkeys aplenty – go on safari to see the mangabey, red colobus, L’Hoest’s monkey, the black and white colobus, and the blue monkey.
Besides the great variety of primates, Uganda’s animals include much of the wildlife expected on an African safari – lion, buffalo, leopard, hippo, bush pig, warthog, golden cats, zebra, rhino and the country’s largest animal, the African elephant.
You’ll also find the kob, a stately type of antelope with its distinctive curved horns. It’s also Uganda’s national animal and appears on the country’s coat of arms.
Amongst the more unusual species you might come across are Uganda’s tree-climbing lions. Found in Queen Elizabeth National Park, take a look at the tree branches overhead to spot these unique big cats with their distinctive black manes.
The mountains, forests, and savannahs of Uganda’s parks are a world of streaming wildlife awaiting your safari adventure.
First up – gorilla trekking at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. As mentioned, nearly half the mountain gorillas in the world live here. But you’ll be delighted by the presence of the park’s many chimpanzees, monkeys, exotic birds, forest elephants, and over 200 types of butterflies.
No other Uganda park is as diverse as Queen Elizabeth Park with its 95 species of mammals including the buffalo, lion, leopard, elephant, hippo, and kob. You’ll also be trekking to find chimpanzees and over 600 species of birds. The park is also one of only two places in Africa to spot the infamous tree-climbing lions.
Kibale National Park
If you’re looking for primates this is your park. Kibale is home to 13 resident species of primates, including chimpanzees, monkeys, and olive baboons. The diversity of primates seen here surpasses any park in East Africa. There is also a healthy population of elephants that move between the reserve and Queen Elizabeth Park.
In this busy spot also look for duikers, bushbucks, giant forest hogs, leopards, African golden cats, and mongoose.
Murchison Falls National Park
Lion, leopard, elephant, and buffalo – what more could you want? At Murchison Falls, you’ll also find giraffe, the unique patas monkey, and a good chance of spotting the rare and highly unusual shoebill stork.
Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
Rhinos are not easily found in Uganda… except here. Arrange to track by foot, the southern white rhino. The park hosts over 20 of these rarities. Also be on the lookout for monkeys, hippos, crocodiles, and plentiful bird species.
Lake Mburu National Park
Lake Mburu National Park is your window to herds of impala, zebra, and antelope. Some of the less common grazers will also perk up your safari like topi, eland, and reedbuck.
Kidepo Valley National Park
Compared to its lush green cousins, Kideo Valley National Park is a rugged savannah, almost desert-like in appearance. But here you can safari to lion, leopard, buffalo, zebra, and the rare Rothschild’s giraffe. Your safari here may discover two other rarities you won’t find elsewhere in Uganda – the black-eyed jackal and cheetah.
Natural World Kenya Safaris offers several adventure tours to see these most exciting Uganda animals, including gorillas. Experience the rich diversity of Uganda wildlife found in these outstanding parks.
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A safari provides the chance to see some of the world’s most endangered species in their wild habitat. Natural World Kenya Safaris has a varied range of trips available, giving visitors the chance to explore the natural parks of Kenya and Tanzania.
All of our safaris are designed to give visitors the opportunity to see a multitude of exotic and exciting animals, but if you are looking for one species in particular, it is important to study the specifications of the trip.
If you want to see a rhino during your safari, then why not consider the Tsavo East-Tsavo West 3 day/2 night tour?
This trip visits two national parks and stops off at the Tsavo West Rhino Sanctuary.
If you are looking to see rhinos in the wild, then we also have a wide range of tours where you have a good chance of spotting both black and white rhinos in their natural habitat such as the Sweetwaters sanctuary-Lake Naivasha -Masai Mara 5 day tour.
A lake is an amazing place to experience a safari, offering visitors the chance to see hundreds of species in one place, from water birds to rhinos! Take a look at the Lake Nakuru National Park Day Trip or the Lake Nakuru-Masai Mara 4 day tour for more information.
In order to guarantee a sighting of the endangered Rothschild Giraffe, then pay a visit to the Giraffe Manor. This Nairobi tour also gives visitors the chance to view baby elephants at the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. Read more about the Half Day Nairobi City Tour online.
Many tourists are very keen to see a lion on their trip. As part of the Big 5, they can be spotted on a wide range of our trips. However, if you want to see the rare Tree Climbing Lions, among hundreds of other wildlife species, then you may want to pay a visit to the Serengeti. Discover more details about the Nairobi Lake Manyara Serengeti Ngorongoro Safari 5 -day tour now.
It goes without saying, regardless of the safari package you will experience fantastic game viewing opportunities. Take a look at our impressive range of safari tours.
If you would like to find out more about any of our amazing safari tours, or our off-peak discounts, please do not hesitate to contact our team today. We can help you find the right safari to suit your budget, and ensure you experience the trip of a lifetime! Please enter your details and contact us online.
No matter which National Parks, Game reserves and wildlife conservancies you shall visit on safari, you’re guaranteed to be travelling across vast dusty trails, through the wild bush or over hills of savannah during your journey. Not forgetting a comfortable trip is essential!
Whether you’re planning an on or off-road safari trip, our 4×4 land cruiser jeeps will provide a safe and comfortable journey, offering you the best safari experience possible.
With a high platform, you can remain rest assured you will have better visibility of the magnificent wildlife that cross the Masai Mara game reserve, with the improved stability ensuring you also have endless photographic opportunities.
If you would like a completely unobstructed view, then just simply use the jeeps pop up top feature and capture the 360 Degree views whilst you can!
The 4×4 jeeps can go where other vehicle fear to tread, adhering to the demands of unpredictable ground.
Therefore, there’s no need to worry if you’re planning a trip across Tanzania’s Ngorongoro crater. Offering more room, easy access and great drivers, our 4×4 jeeps will ensure your game viewing drives provide an unrivalled experience.
In Kenya, the summer months are well underway, with high season in full swing. This means, wildlife is active across the infamous Masai Mara, offering tourists an unmissable experience. So, whether you’re travelling with your partner, family or even alone, there’s something for everyone at unbeatable prices. Take a look at our Masai Mara safari holidays in Kenya.
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Here at Natural World Kenya Safaris we understand that you want to have confidence in your tour operator and be fully confident that your safari payments are fully protected .This is why we are proud members of the Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO) bonding Scheme.
This means that your Mombasa holiday safari, Nairobi tours and any Kenya safari booking with Natural World Kenya Safaris is protected against any eventuality that may occur that is out of your control.
KATO will only award membership to the most trusted and professional tour operators in Kenya. This is in order to maintain Kenya’s thriving reputation as a top tourist destination and that members of the scheme deliver only value for money and highest standard of service.
We take our membership to KATO very seriously and as such we continue to strive for complete customer satisfaction with our excellent selection of Nairobi safari tours and Mombasa holiday safari tours.
Nairobi and Mombasa Holiday Safari Tours to Suit your Budget
There’s nothing quite like a Kenya safari holiday and anyone who has delighted in the experience will be happy to tell you what a wonderful experience it is!
Our aim is to provide our visitors with Mombasa and Nairobi safari tours at the most reasonable prices without compromising on the overall quality of their Kenya Safari tour holiday. This commitment to customer satisfaction and hospitality is what has won Natural World Kenya Safaris recognition and awards of excellence.
Your enjoyment and safety is of paramount importance to not only Natural World Kenya Safaris but to each and every one of our tour guides. Our friendliness, professionalism and knowledge combined is what makes our Kenya Nairobi and Mombasa holiday safari tours an unforgettable adventure and why we see countless visitors return year after year.
If you are interested in joining us and experiencing the delights of Kenya for yourself, you can browse our Mombasa safari holiday and Kenya Safari tour options on our website where you will find excursions , day trips and safari tours to suit most budgets. A helpful member of our team will get back to you within 12 hours when you contact us online.
An African safari provides boundless adventure, breathtaking scenery, and is an experience unlike no other. It should be on the bucket list of every traveller. The opportunity to switch-off from the fast-pace of the modern world is something everybody needs to try at least once. But safaris come at a cost. In this article, we outline the numerous ways you can enjoy a cheap African safari this 2020.
Popular safari locations to consider
Affordable safari destinations are typically those that are the most accessible. More remote areas that require the use of fly-in planes or more complex modes of transport tend to have higher costs. African budget safaris are possible across many areas of Africa, including;
Typical examples include the Masai Mara Game reserve ,Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and Amboseli National Park. For even more budget-friendly locations, consider Kenya and Tanzania for economy lodge or Tented camping safaris from the many local, affordable tour operators.
If you are planning a cheap African safari, it is important to be aware of the following tips to ensure you get the best value safari for your money:
Visit Natural Tours For Affordable African Safaris
At Natural Tours, we provide some of the cheapest African safaris available and specialise in a number of locations, including the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, the Serengeti, and the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania, to name a few.
Our cheap Africa tours are great value for money and have received hundreds of reviews from satisfied travellers.
We also offer customised excursions for people who want a day tour to a city or other nearby location.
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Whether you go as your dream honeymoon, or the family holiday of a lifetime – there’s no experience quite like a Kenyan Safari. Until now.
With Natural World Kenya Safaris you can now book incredible flying safaris, and make your safari holiday even more memorable. On a fly-in safari, you can connect with views of the stunning African landscape and its wildlife much more quickly than on a road or drive-in safari . Take in the savannas, rivers and wildlife from a completely new and magical perspective
Our flight safaris are a special kind of adventure, perfect for those who really want to make the most of their holiday to Kenya’s spectacular national parks.
Here are 4 reasons why you should choose flight safaris with Natural World kenya Safaris. As well as the most popular flight safaris we have on offer.
Our flight safaris are far more reasonably priced than others. Safari packages still come with a whole host of special extras, that make each tour unique and special.
Before and after your flights you’ll be able to enjoy private unlimited game viewing drives in 4 x 4 Jeep , where you can take in the spectacular views of the local wildlife.
Not only are the number of game viewing drives you’re entitled to unlimited, but you can also enjoy all of them from the comfort of your own private 4×4 land cruiser jeep.
When you’re not on your game viewing drives, you can relax in comfort. We have a wide variety of accommodation on offer, choose from lodges and tents in a range of options (economy, comfort, luxury and deluxe) to suit all.
From your beach resort it’s a quick flight over Kenya’s scenic landscape to the premier game park of Africa. Natural World Kenya Safaris will transfer you to an area airport for your morning flight. We’ll handle all the arrangements and get you from surf to safari in a quick and easy 2-hour trip.
Along your flight route you’ll have views of the Great Rift Valley and towering Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest freestanding mountain in the world. In no time you’ll touch down in the Masai Mara where you’ll be welcomed by your dedicated driver guide and private 4 x 4 Jeep
Natural world Kenya safaris will lead your game drives over the next 3 days in 4 x 4 Land Cruiser Jeeps. With its broad grasslands and distinctive acacia trees dotting the plain, the Mara is an unforgettable landscape. It’s also comfortably cool – the perfect environment for game viewing.
Over 2, 3 or 4 days enjoy vast panoramas of Kenya from above as you fly to Masai Mara , Amboseli or the Samburu wildlife reserves. You’ll be picked up by private jeep when you land at the airstrip, where you will begin your wildlife tour of the parks. Witness Africa’s big 5 – Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, and Rhino – with a new and unforgettable perspective with our Kenya flying safari packages.
Fly-In safaris from Nairobi:
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Fly-In Safaris from Malindi /Watamu (we will pick you up from your beach resort/hotel):
Fly-In Safaris from Diani (we will pick you up from your beach resort/hotel):
If you would like to find out more about our amazing Kenya flight safari tours and excursions, then please do not hesitate to call us on +254 20 2216830 and we’ll be happy to answer any question you may have. Alternatively, you can contact Natural World Kenya Safaris online.
Perhaps you thought Kenya was only savannahs filled with wildlife, mountains or dense landscapes. But you might not know that Kenya has some of the most secluded coastal beaches in Africa… if not the world.
Traveling from the golden sands of Diani south beach, north to colourful Mombasa and up the coast to the National Marine Parks at Malindi and Watamu, the beach towns and resorts along Kenya’s Indian Ocean provide a serene contrast to the in-land safari experience.
Natural World Kenya Safaris offers tours and excursions throughout this exciting region:
If you happen to be in Mombasa – lucky you! We’ve got every kind of tour and daytrip for your holiday fun. From the wildlife of the savannah to a dolphin encounter, from city tours to coastal rain forests and even a romantic dining cruise, Natural World Kenya Safaris offers easy getaways to enhance your Mombasa experience.
All our adventures below are designed and led by our friendly and experienced guides to ensure an unforgettable day with us. Choose one or several of our tours to really get the flavor of Mombasa and its stunning natural environments.
Along with short tours, road trips and excursions, Natural World Kenya Safaris also offers dozens of big game safaris starting right here on the Kenya Coast:-
Kenya is all about choice and Natural World Kenya Safaris offers you so many choices.
It’s a lot to decide. But not to worry. We’re here to help you with this introduction to our many coastal safaris. On this page, and on all the pages linked to it, we’ll provide you with lots of information to help make your best vacation decision.
Sail, swim, snorkel and explore this scenic coastal region overlooking the sapphire Indian Ocean. Natural World Kenya Safaris is your passport to the wonders of Kenya.
Famous as the original safari country, Kenya can be considered a year-round safari holiday destination.
However, in peak months there is a much wider span of wildlife, with hotter weather conditions often making for a better safari experience.
If you’re looking to embark on a once in a lifetime safari trip but want to know when the best time for you is to visit, then Natural World can help.
We have created a monthly guide to East African safaris, detailing the weather, animals, cost and some of our best safaris for you to browse!
The start of the year is generally a good season to get onboard a safari if you’re looking to see the vast species Kenya has to offer.
Animals begin to disperse over huge areas in search of waterholes, following the short rain season in previous months. This means wildlife is easier to spot in the lesser vegetation, with watering holes highly frequented as they hunt for fresh grazing.
In the Ngorongoro and Serengeti Conservation areas of Tanzania, January to March see’s the start of the Great Migration calving season, with over 500,000 new calves born every year.
There will also be opportunities to encounter large elephant herds in the Kenya regions, with February being an excellent time to go bird viewing in the Maasai Mara and Laikipia.
The high season offers hot days in Kenya, where diversity is at its peak. The stand-alone wildlife, history, beach and culture Kenya has to offer can be found in a range of our safari packages, to suit your interests and needs as well as your budget.
If you’re thinking of visiting during high season, take a look at our Magical Kenya Experience, visiting an array of locations over 12 days. This will enable you to see every enchanting aspect Kenya has to offer, such as Aberdare National Park, Ol Pejeta Conservancy and Masai Mara. Prices vary, but if you’re looking to book during high season, expect to pay a bit more!
As the year continues into April and May, this is considered to be East Africa’s low season, as bursts of tropical rain become rather unpredictable for safari game viewing.
Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda receive their largest rainfall during these months, meaning the wet weather makes for poor wildlife viewing.
The rain does however mean bushes and nature are fresh and green, leaving beautiful scenery and an opportunity to spot a plethora of flora.
If you’re looking to go on a safari during the long rainy season, you will have the benefit of grabbing a low rate, as this is generally a time period with little tourists.
Don’t worry, as the rainy season doesn’t last long! June is right around the corner followed by months of dry, hot days and a variety of wildlife species gracing their natural habitat.
June, July, August and September are regarded as the peak season in Kenya, where you can expect to see the “Big Five” across locations such as Amboseli, Lake Nakuru, Samburu, Maasai Mara, Tsavo, Meru, Laikipia, the Aberdares and Mount Kenya.
During your chosen safari you will have the opportunity to get up close to the Big Five in their natural habitat, including lions, elephants, buffalos, rhinos and leopards.
One of the most famous wildlife spectacular Kenya has to offer is the Wildebeest migration, where huge herds of wildebeest, gazelles and zebras, enter the Masai Mara from the Serengeti in Tanzania.
Herds make regular swims across croc-filled rivers, creating a once in a lifetime opportunity to capture the true essence of Kenya’s wildlife.
Due to evolving climatic situations, it may be a little difficult to give specific time for the start of migration. However, the wildebeest will be active from mid-July, before they start their return journey to Tanzania around September and October.
At Natural World we have a selection of wildebeest safari excursions, that cover all of the peak season months, as well as different lengths of stay and prices, so you can choose what best suits you.
As the peak season is the best time to get the full experience of Kenya’s culture, it is regarded as the busiest time for tourists to visit, therefore prices may be a little higher.
Visit our Masai Mara safari holidays and browse a selection of wildebeest excursion options.
Once peak season is over, East Africa enters shoulder season from October to December.
Short rain starts to hit regions of Kenya and the national parks and game reserves regain their vegetation.
However, the rainfall doesn’t usually affect the quality of the safari and can often be a refreshing break from the high temperatures in previous peak seasons. This makes it an ideal habitat for migratory birds and new born animals.
With game viewing still excellent during this time of year, it is a good opportunity to grab excellent value safaris with rates dropping due to tourist numbers declining.
Take a look at embarking on our 10 day excursion, visiting 7 of Kenya’s finest national parks in The Best of Kenya Safari. For your entire trip you’ll be chauffeured, hosted and entertained by an experienced guide, who will take you across the beautiful, Lake Bogoria, Hell’s Gate National Park and more.
For all the information you need regarding what to expect on a safari experience, visit our travel guide.
Choosing the perfect safari for you can be a difficult decision, so if you need any help regarding your safari choice or have any questions regarding our excursion packages then contact us today.
One of the most diverse countries in the world, Kenya is a top holiday destination if you want sun, sand, wildlife, skyscrapers and culture all in one!
In between the outstanding safari experiences, the coastlines stunning white-sand beaches can often be missed, as well as the array of cultures you can immerse yourself in across Kenya’s top destinations.
So, to make sure you get the full Kenya experience you’re hoping for, we have listed the top 8 things that are a must when you visit this spectacular country!
Perfect for escaping the heat and hustle of the city, Nairobi National Park is one of the most popular safari destinations in Kenya.
The first of its kind, the safari park has immense wildlife viewing opportunities across its grass plains, as well as unique landscapes with a backdrop of the city’s skyscrapers. Among the wildlife you will see the endangered black rhino, with over 400 species of birdlife migrating to the area across the year.
Choose a Nairobi National Park tour as part of your Kenya journey.
Mount Kenya is not only Africa’s second highest mountain, but also the highest peak in Kenya and one of the most dramatic peaks there is.
A National Park as well as a mountain, Mount Kenya can offer a view like no other, with breath-taking scenery and incredible views of Kenya.
With many safari tours including a visit to the famous park, there is no excuse for why you wouldn’t want to embark on a Mount Kenya trekking climb too!
Make time for some relaxation at the coast in one of Kenya’s prime coastline spots, Diani Beach. An Indian ocean paradise, Diani beach is blessed with clear turquoise waters, white sands and vibrant sunsets, making for a tranquil setting during your trip.
If you’re an ocean person, Diani Beach is the perfect place to unwind. Whilst Kenya offers spectacular adventure, the coastline is often shadowed by the national parks and reserves. Nevertheless, tourists often come to here post-safari for a spot of relaxation.
Extend your safari holiday with a luxury Diani Beach holiday.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is a popular Kenya destination, and this is no surprise. It is known as one of the best destinations in the world for wildlife, where tourists can expect to be within the presence of lions, cheetahs, elephants, zebras and hippos.
During peak season, one of the worlds most spectacular events, The Wildebeest Migration, graces the plains of the Masai Mara. Wildebeest and zebra travel across the area, swarming the Mara river in search for greener pasture.
Ideal for wildlife enthusiasts, there are many safari tours you can choose from which traverse you across the Masai Mara.
Hell’s Gate National Park offers a different experience to most other parks. Tourists can freely walk and cycle through the open plains, without the need of a guide.
During your journey, expect to see a canyon gorge, jagged rock formations and opportunities for camping.
Find out how Hell’s Gate National Park can offer you an unrivalled experience.
Besides the beautiful landscapes of the National Park, Nairobi is also the cosmopolitan capital of Kenya.
A thriving place, the city offers contrasts of modern city life with urban culture. Explore the market stalls and immerse yourself in the history, alongside the food, clothes and architecture.
Combine the urban core of Nairobi and the city life by taking a day tour excursion across the city.
Lying subtly under Mount Kilimanjaro is Amboseli National Park. Located in southern Kenya, Amboseli is one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of elephants.
The elephants live among a range of different habitats, from wetlands with sulphur springs to the savannah and woodlands. Although Amboseli National Park is authentic for its views of Mount Kilimanjaro and elephants, there is also many other wildlife that live in the varied habitat.
See leopard, cheetah, wild dogs, giraffe and more on a trip to Amboseli National Park.
On the floor of the Great Rift Valley lies Lake Nakuru. The lake’s abundance of algae attracts a vast number of flamingos, that famously line the shore and create perfect photographic opportunities for anybody that decides to visit.
With hills, waterfalls and excessive grassland, the habitat is a beautiful wildlife haven. For bird watchers, Lake Nakuru National Park is a prime location.
Seen something you like? Let us help you plan the Kenya safari of your dreams. We have plenty of spectacular Kenya safaris for you to choose from, so you are bound to find the perfect one for you.
If you have any questions or would like any help with your choice, call us on +254 704 001 122 to speak to one of our team or contact us online and we will get back to you at a time convenient to you.
In the U.S, this week is National Travel and Tourism Week 2019, marking the 36th celebration of the contributions and accomplishments of the U.S. travel industry.
This year, the theme for one of the most celebrated weeks in the travel calendar is “Travel Matters”, recognising the innumerable ways in which travel enriches lives and strengthens communities.
So, lets delve into why tourism matters here at Natural World and how there are so many reasons to celebrate the travel industry in Kenya!
According to the World Travel & Tourism Council, it’s estimated that 20% of Kenya’s wealth comes from tourism, creating a major source of income into the Kenyan economy.
This is considered to be down to Kenya hosting Africa’s most popular safari destinations, with many natural attractions you won’t find anywhere else.
Throughout the National Parks and conservation areas, hotel staff, drivers, cooks, tour guides and more, are all needed when tourism is at its peak, providing new job opportunities for locals. This contributed to around 8.3% of all Kenya’s employment in 2018, equating to 1.1 million jobs.
The revenue from park fees, safari tours, camp fees, and local taxes often contribute to conservation work as well.
Kenya’s animals and landscapes are unique to the country, giving the government an incentive to protect them. As tourists pay for a safari experience, the government uses this income to protect their land, which in turn, gives visitors the safari they’ve dreamed of.
Alongside conservation areas, tourism has been put towards developing the country’s infrastructure. Projects such as hospitals, schools, and roads have improved the overall standard of living for locals, overall benefiting Kenyan culture and history.
At Natural World, we want our customers to have the chance to make a lasting impact on the community, contributing to the locals here in Kenya.
That’s why, we are proud members of Pack for a purpose, an initiative that allows travellers to make a positive impact on the lives of the local children and families.
By using some of your suitcase space to store supplies, such as stationary or clothing, you can make a massive difference to some of the local schools and children’s homes we work with.
To find out more, visit our Pack for a purpose projects, and really make a difference in our community!
In 2018, Travel & Tourism grew 5.6%, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council. This is ahead of the global average of 3.9%.
It’s no surprise that tourism is booming, with amazing safari experiences awaiting travellers.
If you’re looking for the full Kenyan experience, Natural World can offer you once-in-a-lifetime holidays, where you will experience Kenya’s finest parks.
Our 10-day excursion across 7 of the country’s show-stopping safari parks, will allow you to come up close and personal with the majestic wildlife Kenya encompasses.
The first leg of the journey begins at Ol Pejeta Game Conservancy, before you visit Samburu National Reserve, Lake Naivasha, Hell’s Gate National Park and the infamous Masai Mara.
Several days of unlimited game viewing and capturing stunning landscapes you won’t find anywhere else will leave you with a rare experience you will remember forever!
Discover more about what our best of Kenya safari has to offer and start your booking today.
If you would like more information regarding our Pack for a purpose projects, or would like to enquire about one of our amazing safari experiences, then don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Before peak season arrives, East Africa experiences long rains from April to June, offering a respite to the dry terrain of Kenya and Tanzania’s national parks.
This time of year may see poor weather, but this does not take away from the countries beautiful landscapes and scope of magnificent wildlife.
So, if you’re embarking on your very first safari holiday over the course of the next few months, or planning on doing so in the future, Natural World have captured all the advantages of a low season safari!
From June to October, tourism is at its peak in East Africa, offering scorching temperatures and dry open plains, making for visible wildlife spotting and a variety of adventurous day trips.
Despite this, low and shoulder season are often misconstrued. Long rains do not mean you will be in for disappointing game viewing or satisfactory landscapes.
In fact, you will be able to see the traditional heartland of Africa’s wildlife safaris in all their glory, across destinations such as Kenya and Tanzania.
April to June and October to December, are when long rains spread across the region. During the rainy seasons, the prices for safaris drop, as mainstream travel advice is to avoid the bad weather conditions.
Due to the lower demand, accommodation rates fall and flights become cheaper, and with game viewing on safari just as good as peak season, these slashed prices are an opportunity not to be missed.
Game viewing traffic jams and competition for the best space for wildlife sightings can also be avoided, as less travellers will allow you to connect more personally with the breath-taking destinations.
Game viewing in East Africa is spectacular all year-round, with many Kenya and Tanzania destinations home to the Big 5, among birdlife and other flora and fauna.
Kenya’s prime location for bird spotting is Lake Nakuru, attracting an array of over 400 bright and diverse birdlife from across the world when the rain falls.
If you’re on the hunt for safari game, many animals give birth during the wet seasons, so this is the best opportunity to catch plenty of animals nurturing their young.
Not only this, but the famous wildebeest migration is an event sought after by tourists during peak season, however it can be seen at any time of the year in Tanzania.
Catching the spectacle does largely rely on knowing where to be at the right time, so make sure you consult an experienced tour guide before planning your trip!
One of Kenya’s prime spots for wildlife is the Masai Mara. The Mara ecosystem hosts the highest concentration of wild animals, and this doesn’t change throughout the rainy seasons.
We offer a variety of unique safari packages, providing an unforgettable experience across the Masai Mara no matter when you visit. Discover the right Masai Mara safari package for you and embark on a safari journey like no other.
Not only is there a range of Kenya destinations, but at Natural World we can incorporate both Kenya and Tanzania into your safari holiday!
Tanzania is home to the Serengeti, where you can see the great wildebeest in their natural habitat. Game view drives across the Serengeti offer some of the best wildlife viewing in the world, earning the destination the title of one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.
With packages exploring Tanzania’s most incredible National Parks, choose your low season Tanzania safari for a once in a lifetime trip.
If you need more information regarding our low season safaris, or would like some advice on the perfect safari for you, then don’t hesitate in getting in touch today!
Natural World Safaris are delighted to announce our new collection of Uganda and Rwanda gorilla trekking safaris!
Led by expert gorilla trackers, our brand-new packages offer you a once in a lifetime experience to come up close to the magnificent mountain gorillas, alongside a range of beautiful National Parks and cities.
So, what are you waiting for? Discover what our Uganda and Rwanda safaris have to offer!
Uganda’s game reserves and parks are comprised of an array of ecosystems, encompassing natural beauty and charm throughout.
This is one of the many reasons Uganda is known as “The Pearl of Africa”, offering visitors everything from a vibrant city, to some of the most intense landscapes in Africa.
Not to forget, Uganda is renowned for the rare and elusive mountain gorilla, a beautiful sight you are bound to encounter during your trekking safari. Our tour guides will teach you all about their habitat, diet and how they function as a family unit in their own habitat.
Our new safaris range from 3 to 11 days, where you will get to experience Uganda’s abundant wildlife and scenery in all its glory.
Depending on the tour you choose, you will visit some of Uganda’s unforgettable destinations, including the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Lake Mburo Park, Kibale National Park, Kazinga Channel and Murchison Falls.
Kibale National Park is at the heart of the chimpanzee’s territory, whilst Kazinga Channel displays one of the largest populations of hippos in the world. Not only is wildlife an essential part of your experience, but the Murchison Falls is a must-see spot for it’s beautiful falls.
Find your perfect Uganda Gorilla Trekking Safaris with Natural World Safaris.
Similarly, our Rwanda trekking safari’s offer endless opportunities to experience incredible wildlife, including the rare mountain gorillas.
The wildlife lives among Rwanda’s volcanoes, montane rainforest and sweeping plains, some of the most spectacular sights you will see during your trip.
You’ll move in small groups with an experienced tracker who will share their expertise and advice, whilst you trek through a range of dormant volcanoes and lush bamboo forests, offering a beautiful setting to your experience.
The endless mountains give Rwanda its “Land of a Thousand Hills” name. However, you can also experience the other side of the country, touring the capital city, Kigali, known for being attractive, modern and safe.
Some of the longer tours also offer unforgettable moments, such as a chimpanzee trek at Nyungwe Forest National Park, where you will likely spot other primates such as colobus and golden monkeys.
This will give you the opportunity to ascend to the Park’s Forest Canopy Walk, a 50m high walkway, encompassed with monkeys hanging in the tree tops and birds flying beneath you, all in a stunning tropical forest!
Whether you choose to have a short 3 day stay or spend 7 days experiencing everything the Rwanda Gorilla Trekking Safari’s have to offer, you are sure to have a magical experience with Natural Tours.
If you need help choosing the perfect Gorilla Trekking safari for you or have any questions regarding our excursion packages, then we would be happy to help!
If you’re thinking of embarking on a Kenya safari in 2021/22, then why not experience the infamous wildebeest migration during your stay?
With summer right around the corner, July and August are the high season months for holidays and this is the perfect time to come face to face with some of Kenya’s marvellous wildebeest. Their migration runs right through to October, so you’re not limited on months to experience this fantastic phenomenon.
Kenya and Tanzania host a spectacular abundance of wildlife, with the Wildebeest migration being an experience not to miss.
Giant herds of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles make a circular tour between the Serengeti in Tanzania and Maasai Mara in Kenya. Moving across ecosystems in search of green pasture, the wildebeest migration is one of the greatest wonders of the natural world.
From July to October is the most desirable time to see the annual migration in Kenya, however you can see the unique passage of wildlife in Tanzania all year round. So, what are you waiting for? Book a safari excursion and visit the Masai Mara game reserve this year with Natural World!
At Natural World Kenya Safaris there are a variety of safari packages which enable you to visit the remarkable Masai Mara game reserve. Not only will you see thousands of wildebeest, but the reserve offers the highest concentration of wild animals, including leopards, lions and cheetahs.
If you’re looking for a short stay in Kenya, our 2 day Masai Mara game reserve safari tour includes all the intensive wildlife and traditional Masai culture and lifestyle. For 1 night, you can experience a private excursion and stay in a range of accommodation, from luxury to economy.
Alternatively, experience the Masai Mara ecosystem for longer and stay for a 4 day safari, discovering the Wildebeest migration and more. Across your stay, you will embark on wildlife game viewing drives and have the opportunity to visit the local Masai village or view the scenic plains on a hot air balloon flight.
If you thrive for adventure and want to see more of Kenya, delve into a national park extravaganza in a 12 day safari package. The magical Kenya safari visits the likes of Amboseli and Lake Naivasha before landing at the Masai Mara Game Reserve where you can view the Wildebeest Migration in all its glory.
Find out more about all the Wildebeest migration packages we have available in the Masai Mara game reserve today.
If you have any questions regarding Kenya’s Wildebeest Migration or any of our safari packages then don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Get ready for the adventure of a lifetime with Natural World Kenya Safaris! Our tropical mountain trekking safaris are ideal for thrill seekers and hiking enthusiasts who crave a view unparalleled to anywhere else in the world. Whether you’re a seasoned trekker or if this is your first time, let Natural World help you in planning your unforgettable East African Mountain trekking experience.
Experience scenic views from Mount Kenya with our five-day mount Kenya trekking adventure. Mount Kenya is the tallest mountain in Kenya and second tallest in Africa and reaching the summit is just as rewarding an experience. Starting in Nairobi with a drive to Nanyuki ,the hike follows the path of the Sirimon river and finishes through the Chogoria route / gate.
The change in routes are mesmerizing enough with a drastic change in landscape, wildlife and vegetation. The final ascent up the mountain is an ideal time for game viewing and seeing the sun beaming down on the African plains. See our five-day trekking safaris in better detail here.
Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain on the African continent and is a great feat to anyone who completes the trek. A minimum of six days is suggested to complete the tour, but it is available to take at your own pace with options available for adding acclimatization days to your itinerary.
Natural World Kenya Safaris take the easiest route up the mountain due to its gradual slope. You can expect to reach the snow-topped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro at just under 6000m high where you will experience spectacular views over the savannah and, on a clear day, you can see Mount Kenya 360km away. If you want your 2021/2022 to be filled with action-packed adventure, climb Mount Kilimanjaro with Natural World.
Go online to browse the complete range of African mountain trekking experiences.
If you would like more information regarding any of our mountain trekking safaris or if you have any questions or queries, get in touch with our expert team who are happy to advise and assist. Call us today on +254 704 001 122 or contact us online and we will get back to you.
With dark mornings and cold weather fast approaching, are you dreaming of next year’s holiday? Why not take a look at booking a Kenya Safari tour from Mombasa to Nairobi today!
Throughout the year at Natural World Kenya Safaris, we offer many Mombasa to Nairobi tours that explore a wide variety of national parks. The East African heat is all year round, so whether you’re looking for a summer holiday or winter get-away, we can cater for you.
Our Mombasa to Nairobi tours offer visits to a wide range of National Parks, depending on the road safari package you choose. Our tours range from 3 – 9 days, with a variety of economy to luxury accommodation available, catering to both your budget and style. Transport throughout the safari will be in a private pop up top safari minivan, with the option of 4 x 4 land cruiser jeeps at an extra cost.
The game viewing drives are a once in a lifetime experience, so whether you fancy a long or short expedition, don’t miss out and complete a captivating safari tour today!
When embarking on the 6-day Mombasa to Nairobi safari adventure, you will experience the East African destinations of Tsavo East, Amboseli National Park, the Great rift valley, Lake Nakuru and Masai Mara game reserve.
As the tour develops, you get an insight into the cultures and wildlife of these East African destinations. With Amboseli National Park being at the floor of Mount Kilimanjaro, you won’t be short of breath-taking views.
You can find out more about this breath-taking safari by checking out the 6-day safari tour now!
If you fancy a shorter journey across the coast, our 4-day safari offers a trip through Tsavo East, Tsavo West and Amboseli national parks finishing in Nairobi. Described as a relaxed road safari experience, you can embark on a journey in search of wildlife and sightseeing.
Tsavo East features open plains and the sight of dust-red elephants, with Tsavo West including a visit to Mzima Springs, a scenic destination featuring clear water filled pools with hippos and crocodiles.
This safari experience also does not miss out the Amboseli national park at the floor of Mount Kilimanjaro, where you can indulge in the views of the highest mountain in Africa.
If you would like to look in more detail at this unforgettable experience, learn more about the 4-day safari tour now.
During a 3-day safari you will venture on game viewing drives at the Tsavo East and Amboseli National Parks.
Open all year round, Tsavo East displays a backdrop of endless bush and is Kenya’s largest national park.
Amboseli National park lies on the Kenya/Tanzania border with large concentrations of wildlife during the dry season. Spending one night at each of the national parks, you will still experience eye-catching landscapes and the extraordinary wildlife East Africa has to offer.
If you are interested about learning more about this unique safari opportunity, take a closer look at our 3-day safari tour now!
To browse a wider range of the Mombasa to Nairobi tour options and find the safari to suit you, you can visit them by clicking here.
If you would like to find out more information about the safari excursions we offer at Natural World Kenya Safaris, then get in touch with our friendly travel advisors who will be happy to assist you.
To speak directly to one of our safari team members with regards to any questions that you may have, give us a call now on +254 704 001 122.
Or if you can’t speak to us over the phone right now, you can also get in touch by answering a few quick questions and contacting us online.
Are you looking to book a getaway but not sure what you’re after? Well panic not, because here at Natural World Kenya Safaris we have an idea that will provide you with an experience that you’ll never forget.
Here in East Africa, we are treated by warm temperatures all year round, so if you want another taste of hot weather why not embark on one of our spectacular autumn Safaris?
Whether you would like to complete one of our captivating short safari tours, or set about one of our two-week long expeditions, you are guaranteed to find the safari of your dreams at Natural World Kenya Safaris!
By embarking on an East African safari adventure, you will experience views that are not available anywhere else in the world. Autumn in Africa is also known as the ‘Green Season’ or ‘Emerald Season’, and is a truly beautiful time of the year where all vegetation blossoms like never before.
In addition to this the skies that will look down on you will be bursting with vibrancy, that provides you with numerous key photo opportunities particularly at sunrise and sunset. So if you are a keen photographer and are seeking the perfect time of year to add to your portfolio, and African autumn safari is the perfect time for you!
Although the increased downpour in autumn means that wildlife is not as prevalent as it is during the dry season, the consistent heat means you are still guaranteed to view a diverse range of game during your autumnal adventure.
At Natural World Kenya Safaris, we have a wide collection of African safari packages that are tailored to meet all budgets and requirements. Our expert safari team are assured to provide you with an experience that you will never forget!
Whether you want to witness the vast wildlife and culture available in Kenya, or venture out to the peaks and famous landmarks of Tanzania, you will be able to find a Safari that reflects your wishes at Natural World Kenya Safaris.
To browse our range of East African safari tours and secure your autumn getaway today, check out our many safari tours by clicking here.
If you would like to learn more about the array of safari adventures that we provide at Natural World Kenya Safaris, then contact our dedicated team today and one of our advisors will be happy to assist you.
To speak directly to one of our safari team members with regards to any questions that you may have, give us a call now on +254 704 001 122.
Or if you can’t speak to us over the phone right now, you can also get in touch by answering a few quick questions and contacting us online.
Although winter is threatening to appear early in many countries around the world, here in East Africa the sun is still blazing, and the weather is perfect for a getaway vacation. You don’t have to endure the freezing winds, torrential rain and cloudy days, instead join Natural World Kenya Safaris and leave the onset of autumn behind. Instead, relax on a beach on the Kenyan coast, or traverse the beautiful landscape of the plains.
Here at Natural World Kenya Safaris, we’ve found that combining an excursion with a relaxing beach vacation. The best places to stay in the latter months of the year are definitely on the coast, so we’ve put together one to four-day tours of the best East African sights, starting with the Malindi & Watamu Coast.
Mombasa is perhaps one of the biggest coastal cities in the whole of Africa and is definitely one of the most popular. Whether you want an expert guide to help you navigate through Kenya’s second largest city or you want to add a once-in-a-lifetime experience package to your trip, then Natural World Kenya Safaris have a great choice of one day excursions, as well as wildlife safaris for you to choose from this winter. Take a look at our Mombasa safari tours here.
If you prefer, you can also safari from Mombasa to Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, whilst stopping off at the best locations on the way. Watch the elephant herd in Amboseli National Park and explore the expansive red soil plains of Tsavo East. If you don’t fancy one of our Mombasa to Nairobi safari tours, we can help create a bespoke package for you.
Whatever your preferences, Natural World Kenya Safaris are able to create personalised tours and excursions that fit in around your schedule. You don’t have to put up with miserable weather at home, instead come to East Africa and embark in an unforgettable adventure in the most beautiful countries in the world. Be inspired by our full range of Kenyan safaris. If you’ve already got plans for this autumn, remember you can still visit us in spring 2019 too!
To book your 2018/19 safari, get in touch with the Natural World Kenya Safari team today. Speak to an expert directly on +254 704 001 122, or alternatively you can contact us online and a member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.
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When you book a Kenya safari Tour excursion through Natural World , you want to be sure you get the most out of your trip. That includes choosing your own accommodation from our range of options, to the National Parks & Game reserves of East Africa you want to explore. Here at Natural World, our trips are completely private* so that you can relax and enjoy your trip with your friends, family or partner.
“Private Safari ” means travel in own pop up top 4 x 4 Safari Jeep and dedicated tour driver / guide with accommodation in own en-suite room / tent with private bathroom.
Kenya is arguably one of the most beautiful countries in the world. It is home to an incredible array of animals, spectacular views and enigmatic tribes. With Natural World, you can experience East Africa your way. The majority of our Kenyan trips start and end in either Nairobi or Mombasa ,Diani , Malindi beach areas , stopping at popular tourist attractions and National Parks along the way.
You can choose from short safari trips that last between one and three days, including the popular Nairobi to Hell’s Gate day trip, or pick a longer safari that includes night accommodation and a meal plan. Our longest Kenya safari is the twelve-day Nairobi to Nairobi tour that explores the majority of attractions and game-viewing spots in the country, including the Samburu Game Reserve, Lake Nakuru and Tsavo West National Park. Like many of our trips, you can customize the Kenya Safari Tour to meet your individual requirements.
Due to the Kenya & Tanzania safaris being private to your booking, you are able to personalize your adventure. You are in charge of how long you stay at each national park, for example if you want to extend your stay in one and completely omit another, or if you want to visit the attractions in the reverse order listed on our site, you can easily arrange this with our team at the time of safari reservation.
As standard our trips include Nairobi airport hotel shuttle drop off and pick up, bottled drinking water to keep you cool as we drive you to each destination and a meal plan every day you tour with us. Natural World Kenya Safaris work with economy, comfort and luxury safari accommodation choices that you choose from when you pick your safari tour.
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If you would like more information on any of the range of safari trips we provide, then get in touch with the Natural World team. You can call us on +254 704 001 122 or contact us online and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
*With the exception of the short group tours which travel in scheduled days of the week.
Natural World Kenya Safaris is thrilled to be able to launch our more informative modern African Safari website! We are committed to providing guests with the best possible safari experience and that starts right from the beginning with our website. It is now easier to research, plan and book an unforgettable safari tour with our more informative website!
Whether you’re looking to explore Mombasa on an excursion or planning a two-week multi day safari adventure, our website has options for you. With safaris starting in Nairobi, Mombasa, Diani, Watamu , Malindi , Arusha & Namanga , we have something to suit everyone’s schedule and budget.
Many of the safaris you can find on our site begin and/or finish in Nairobi, the Safari capital city of Kenya. If you only have a short amount of time available in Kenya, then discover the short Amboseli overnight safari tour which explores the Amboseli National Park.
If you really want to experience most of what East Africa has to offer, then consider the 12-day Kenya safari tour which gives you plenty of time to immerse yourself in the local culture and view the stunning wildlife. Whatever your preference, find the perfect tour to suit you in our collection of Kenya safari tours.
When creating our modern website, we made sure that it included all the information you need to know when planning an African Safari trip. We understand that it may be your first time on a safari visit to Africa, so our experienced travel guides compiled a helpful list of travel information tips.
Everything from the climate, suggested clothing, currency and medical information is included in this helpful list.
For more information on the safari tours and excursions that we offer, please feel free to get in touch with a member of our team today. They can answer any questions and ease any worries you may have about a Kenya safari. Contact us now by calling +254 704 001 122 or by entering your details online!
Natural World Kenya Safaris offer incredible wildlife viewing experiences that gives visitors the opportunity to see lions, zebras, giraffes, elephants and more. Our fantastic tour driver guides have compiled a list of the top 5 tips to help you to make the most of your game drive.
Stay inside the vehicle
Most of the animals you’ll see on your safari tour will be used to the sight of a land cruiser jeep 4×4 passing by. However, they aren’t used to seeing visitors out of their vehicle and could react aggressively towards you. Trying to move towards them can cause them unnecessary stress or put you in a very dangerous situation. Even some of the more passive animals can cause serious harm if they feel stressed or threatened.
There is a common misconception that you’ll be very hot on your game drive and you should therefore wear shorts etc. Game drives are usually all-day events to give you the best chance of seeing a wide range of animals so they start early and finish late. It can be quite chilly at these times so it’s best to bring a change of clothes so you can ensure you are appropriately dressed throughout the day. Sunscreen and insect repellent are also must-haves when it comes to game drives so that you reman comfortable throughout.
Talk to your tour guide
If you have any questions about the animals you’re seeing, the climate or history of the National Park you’re in, make sure to ask your tour guide! The Natural World Kenya Safaris tour guides are friendly, knowledgeable and able to provide interesting information on the wildlife and vegetation in the park. Ask them about their experiences working and living in Kenya or Tanzania and make sure to tip them if they do a fantastic job!
Natural World Kenya Safaris has a fantastic range of game viewing safaris available in Kenya and Tanzania. The Kenya Classic Safari is one of the most popular tours that we offer and it is easy to see why. Over 9 days you’ll visit Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Tsavo East, Tsavo West and many other fantastic locations. You’ll embark on a number of game drives and see lions, elephants, hippos, crocodiles and hundreds of other exciting species! Take a walk on the wild side with the Kenya Classic Safari!
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If you would like to find out more about any of the incredible safari tours that we have available, please get in touch with our experts today. We can find the right safari to suit your budget, availability and make sure you experience everything Africa has to offer. Don’t hesitate to enter your details and contact us online.
At Natural Tours and Safaris, we are dedicated to offering an amazing trip that will be remembered forever.
Whether you are visiting with your family, a group of friends, your partner or embarking on a solo trip, our expert guides work hard to ensure you see as many animals as possible.
The lion is known as Simba in Swahili and is one of the most sought-after animals to see whilst on safari. Unlike most big cats, lions live in groups, or prides. This means that visitors can get amazing views of groups of lions devouring prey or relaxing in the sun.
Natural Tours and Safaris offers trips to world famous lion hotspots such as Lion Hill, the Masai Mara Game Reserve, The Serengeti and Tarangire. Our 10-day Combined Kenya and Tanzania Wildlife Safari visits all of these locations, making it a great trip to see a wide and varied range of animals.
Regardless of which package you opt for, the chances for spotting a lion are high. Go online to choose the perfect Kenya safari package.
In addition to lions, visitors on this trip are likely to see endangered species such as elephants, rhinos, giraffes, cheetahs and buffalo.
At Natural Tours and Safaris, we work hard to provide you with an amazing experience at the lowest cost possible. We can also customise any of our set packages to make them more affordable, or bring them within your budget.
You can find out more about our vision and company ethos online.
If you would like to find out more about our once in a lifetime trips, please contact a team member today. A representative from Natural Tours and Safaris will be happy to offer advice and support. Leave your message and we will get back to you shortly. Get in touch online.
There are a few important items that you need to remember when packing for an African safari tour. Although our expert guides are on hand to help, packing the essentials will ensure you enjoy your trip without any worries or stress. Natural Tours and Safaris have compiled this helpful list of what to pack on a safari tour!
Kenya experiences a number of climates, with coastal areas remaining hot and humid throughout the year. As Kenya is very close to the equator there is no real difference between winter and summer. You should arrive prepared for the sunshine and we’d recommend bringing sun cream, wide brimmed hats and sunglasses.
We would recommend that all your immunisations are up to date before travelling to Kenya or Tanzania and antimalarial tablets are also essential. Insects, especially mosquitoes, thrive in hot conditions so an insect repellent that contains DEET will help to keep them at bay.
The Natural Torus and Safaris team would recommend wearing casual summer clothing on a tour that is easy to clean and quick to dry. Clothes that are olive, tan or other neutral colours are more likely to reflect the heat and keep you cool. They are also perfect for staying inconspicuous on a game viewing drive as bright colours might alert the wildlife to your presence! For an extensive list of things to take on a safari tour, visit our what to pack on safari list.
For more information on what to bring on a safari tour, speak to a member of the Natural Tours and Safaris team today by contacting us online.
We are happy to ease any concerns you may have regarding our fantastic range of Kenya and Tanzania safaris.
A safari can be an amazing holiday for the whole family, however it is important to check that the trip you book is child-friendly.
At Natural World Kenya Safaris we want to ensure that your safari is an amazing experience for the whole family. Many tours consist of busy days, long walks and patience, which can be very difficult with young children. We have complied a list of some of our top safari trips suitable for family parties.
This relaxed trip explores Tsavo West, allowing participants to see the Mzima springs and the Rhino sanctuary. You will then be taken to the Amboseli National park, at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. Here you can see huge herds of elephants in their natural habitat. Each game drive is taken at an easy pace, so that visitors can take in all the sights and animals at their own leisure.
This safari is a 3 day, 4 night trip with multiple accommodation options to suit your requirements. It is also suitable for seniors.
This tour is leisurely staggered over the full 7 day period, making it perfect for families, small groups and seniors. Participants are invited to explore Amboseli National Park through nature walks and a boat ride, before moving onto Hell’s gate. Visitors are then taken on short hikes and bicycle rides by an experienced guide to discover more wildlife. Finally, the tour heads to Lake Nakuru famed for flamingos and birds, then the Masai Mara national park to search for The Big 5. You are almost guaranteed to see rhinos among other rare animals.
Accommodation varies from basic to luxury depending on your budget and preferences.
This three-day tour is a relaxed, but exciting trip suitable for all ages. The safari will concentrate on game viewing across the red soiled plains of Tsavo East. With the help of your experienced guide, you will be able to see lions, giraffes, buffalo, warthogs, rhinos, hippos and ostriches. As the trip moves from east to west, visitors are invited to explore the Mzima springs and the rhino sanctuary.
Participants can choose from a range of accommodation from basic, to luxury.
Ensure that your once in a life time trip is amazing for the whole family, get in touch to book a trip today. You can contact us online and we will get back to you as soon as possible, or call us directly on +254 20 2216830.
At Natural World Kenya Safaris, we are a holiday safari tour operator who genuinely take great pride in providing safari tours and local excursions covering Kenya, Tanzania and other safari hotspots throughout Africa. Our most popular safari options are the famous Nairobi to Nairobi safaris with Masai Mara game reserve destination, particularly at the time of the Great Migration in late July to mid-August, when thousands of wildebeest and other plains animals migrate across Kenya & Tanzania East in Africa in search of food and water. Although the Great Migration is renowned as the great migration of zebra and wildebeest, you’ll see many different types of animal on your wildlife safari trip.
A Kenya Wildlife safari is not just about the Big Five, as well as looking out for the big 5 game animals, you’ll see a variety of other animals on a Kenya Safari Trip at the time of the Great Wildebeest Migration:
It would be hard to miss an elephant whilst you are on safari. Found only in Africa, there are two species of African elephant to look out for on your adventure: The bush elephant and the forest elephant.
The African Lion describes many species of lion found in Africa. Lions are the second largest cat, after the tiger and are one of the big five game animals people look out for on safari. On a Nairobi and Mombasa Kenya Natural World Safari, you can expect to see lions lounging on the marshes at the time of the Great Migration. Take your pick from our selection of Nairobi safari tours.
The Buffalo is a member of the Big five animals. It is wild and aggressive in nature and live in a herd. They are known to kill lions when in a group especially to protect one of their own when attacked by the lions as a meal.
Its is among the endangered spieces of wild animals in Kenya for illegal trade in horns. There are two types of Rhinos in Kenya, The Black Rhino and White Rhino.
A female Rhino can give birth once every 5 years and that is the reason their population is low. Most of the Rhinos in Kenya are protected in sancturies and national parks.
Leopards are graceful and powerful big cats closely related to lions, tigers, and pumas. They live in sub-Saharan Africa, upper east Africa, Central Asia, India, and China. Be that as it may, huge numbers of their populaces are imperiled, particularly outside of Africa.
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Migrating animals must cross the Maasai Mara river in order to reach the nutritious land. On the crossing, you can expect to see crocodiles snapping up the zebras and wildebeest as they attempt to move forward on their migration. Crocodiles are large aquatic reptiles that live in Africa, Asia, the Americas and Australia.
Zebras are social animals that live in groups, whether this is a small harem (consisting of one or two dominant males, a small number of females and their offspring) or large herd. Their stripes come in different patterns that are unique to each individual. There are actually three species of zebras. These are: The Plains zebra, the Grévy’s zebra and the mountain zebra. Plains zebras live in south and east Africa, although the species is in decline, they are usually found on treeless grassland and savanna woodland. One of the best areas for viewing grassland plains wildlife, have you considered a Maasai Mara safari holiday?
The black wildebeest and the blue wildebeest are native to Africa. It is mainly the blue wildebeest that migrate during the Great Migration.
Wildebeest often graze in herds with Zebra, for heightened awareness of prowling predators.
See the Great Wildebeest Migration with Natural Tours and Safaris
To book your dream Kenya safari trip, contact us at Natural World Tours and Safaris. A member of our safari team shall get back to you within 12 hours to help you book your once in a lifetime trip. Alternatively you can call us on +254 704 001 122 to speak directly with a member of our team.
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As a leading provider of family safari holiday trips and excursions in some of the world’s most desirable safari locations, we enjoy nothing more than putting a smile on the face of our customers here at Natural World Kenya Safaris. And it is for that reason that we couldn’t be happier to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year as always, as we look forward to 2019, and creating many more unforgettable Kenya safari memories for our visitors.
We cannot wait for people to start enjoying our African safaris in 2019, and are delighted to be offering an even greater range of safari tours and trips in the coming year. Our fantastic selection of safari excursions vary in length, location and price to ensure there’s something to suit everyone. We are incredibly excited to meet with more and more families, couples and individuals in search of extraordinary African adventures next year, and cannot wait to see how the likes of our new and improved Kenya safari trips are received (we’ve no doubt it will be positively!)
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It is not too early to start planning your 2019 safari holiday, and you can get right on with booking a trip or excursion from Nairobi, Mombasa, or any other Kenya or Africa location today; in fact, it could represent the perfect way to say “Merry Christmas” to the family, or a significant other. Contact our expert team of travel advisors for further information on booking a 2019 safari trip or excursion, and we’ll be happy to help in any way we can. You can reach us by leaving your details on our contact us page and awaiting a swift reply.
Alternatively, call us direct on 0202 216830. Once again, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from Natural World Kenya Safaris!
An off -road 4 x 4 Land Cruiser Jeep is a great way to get up close with nature and experience the amazing wildlife firsthand in this stunning part of Africa. As you roam across the savannahs and proceed through lush greenery, lions, cheetahs, leopards and hyenas will represent your closest company. A Kenya road safari offers a close up chance to witness these large felines commence their stalking of thousands of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles as the great migration occurs, and large animal herds gather together to make the perilous journey across Kenya.
In addition to these amazing opportunities to view the most majestic of natural predators hunting in their natural habitats, a huge range of other large animals will be on show as well, including elephants, giraffes, hippos, rhinos and Nile crocodiles. With an immense variety of weird and wonderful indigenous species also on display, a Kenya Jeep safari truly has all bases covered from a wildlife standpoint.
Alternatively, you can take matters into your own hands by hiring from Natural World Kenya safaris your own chauffeured off-road 4 x 4 Land Cruiser Jeep , and driving with your dedicated driver / guide to whichever national parks and amazing sights you wish to see, taking control of your own itinerary. All that we ask is that your driver guide doesn’t drive too close to the wild animals and to observe our guidelines for protecting the safety of the wildlife in Kenya. After all – they are the real stars in this show and the main reason why people keep coming back to view this beautifully diverse country.
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For more information on Off-road Jeep safaris or any of our other fantastic trips in Kenya, contact our expert advisors who will be happy to answer any questions you may have and can help you plan your ideal safari holiday.
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Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and Africa’s Wildlife Safari capital which means there is plenty to see and do within and around this Kenyan city . Nairobi is rightfully associated with Kenya Safaris, tours and excursions to the national parks and game reserves of East Africa.
Nairobi is the only city that features a national wildlife park within its boundaries, Nairobi Safari excursions are popular making the city affectionately dubbed the Safari capital of the world.
Endless Wildlife Observation Opportunities
Nairobi is a natural safari starting point for Kenya safaris to experience a rich diversity of nature and wildlife . If your interest on an African holiday includes observing wildlife, as it should be, in the Natural world then a Nairobi Safari is ideal for spotting predators such lions, hyenas, leopards and cheetahs.
Large herbivores that you are likely to see on a short Nairobi safari excursion include elephant, buffalo, zebra, wildebeest and eland. With birdlife viewing opportunities too vast to list, you will be left awe struck. You might even be lucky enough to observe the rhinoceros on your trip.
Although the spirit of a safari mainly revolves around the wildlife, Natural World Safari tours offer much more with visits to famous Nairobi wildlife and cultural themed landmarks such as the Karen Blixen museum, the giraffe centre ,Nairobi museum, Bomas of Kenya, Daphne Sheldrick elephant orphanage.
Find the perfect Nairobi day trip by checking out our Nairobi excursions.
Mombasa and Nairobi Safari Excursions
Mombasa is the second largest and coastal seaport city in Kenya and similarly offers a wide range of safari tours picking up from Mombasa and surrounding beach resorts that can include visits to famous wildlife parks such as Tsavo East ,Tsavo West, Amboseli, Lake Nakuru, Masai Mara, Mount Kenya ,Samburu and much more.
All Kenya Safari excursions from Natural World Kenya Safaris include a range of extras that include accommodation and meals in safari lodges and tented camps depending on the choice of package.
Transport and game viewing drives on a Natural World safari tour is by pop top 4×4 safari Landcuiser jeeps.
Our friendly tour driver /guides are adept at looking after tour groups and ensuring that they enjoy an unforgettable adventure experience meaning the most you have to worry about is having enough film in your camera.
If you would like to make an enquiry about any of the tours we offer you can contact us by filling out the contact form featured in the Contact Us section of our website.
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