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Wild Whispers Africa Safaris

The Best Kenya Safaris

Tailor Made Safaris & Vacation Holidays in Kenya


Wild Whispers Africa Safaris

Founded on the notion of safari (‘travelling’ in Swahili), Kenya is the motherland of the safari holiday. A safari in Kenya offers a rare combination of incomparable natural beauty and evocative cultural experiences, all threaded together by exciting experience  with its wildlife. Come for the vibrant spectacle of the great wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara or the stately elephant herds of Amboseli framed against Mount Kilimanjaro – and you won’t be disappointed.

Our team offers customized tailor made safari tour packages that are based on tourists and visitor needs by personalizing the Kenya safari holiday itinerary. The tailor made safaris are tailored for a solo traveler, a couple traveling and with a desire for a romantic holiday, families looking for an educational and fun filled family holiday, and for groups of friends seeking adventure amongst many others.

We offer numerous varieties of safari options to all endemic parks in Kenya including legendary Masai Mara, Amboseli, Samburu, Tsavo and so on. This safari packages are flexible where in you can customize to fit your days, destination parks and even add on extensions to beaches of your choice. Our packages are also very affordable and pocket friendly with luxury and breathtaking experience. We are also offering a combo of full priced Kenya safaris with life changing experiences like Gorilla Trekking in Uganda or Rwanda and Beach Holidays on the sparkling crystal clear shores of Indian Ocean.

Boasting over 10 years’ experience in organising East African safaris, we offer excellent value for money without compromising on quality. Operating out of high-end safari lodges to tented adventure camps, we invite you on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to Kenya’s wild heart.


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Best Things To Do in Kenya

Wildlife Game Drives in Kenya

Whether you go out at dawn, in the middle of the day or at night, you are guaranteed to see an incredible variety of animals on Kenya’s game drives.  The Big Five (lions, elephants, rhinos, buffaloes and leopards) are commonplace, as are the gazelles, wildebeests and giraffes, not to mention thousands of different types of birds. The Masai Mara National Reserve (famous for the great wildebeest migration from July to October) is the best place to enjoy wildlife adventures.

Other great parks that offer unforgettable game drives include Amboseli National Park, Samburu National Reserve and Lake Nakuru National Park.

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Wildebeest Migration Safaris in Kenya

The world’s largest overland migration – ‘The World Cup of Wildlife’ – is the annual great wildebeest migration that takes place along the 800 kilometre journey between Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park and Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve, and which has been declared one of the seven New Wonders of the World. With 1.5 million wildebeests joined by thousands of zebras, Thomson’s gazelles and Grant’s gazelles, this journey extends across the seasonal cycle in search of fresh grasslands and water.

The best place to see the migration is the Maasai Mara National Reserve and the spectacle can be experienced at the Mara river-crossing where migrating herds enter the reserve and ford over the Mara River, fending off Nile crocodiles in fast flowing waters while the river banks are filled with potential predators.

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Kenya Cultural Experience

Kenya is home to more than 45 tribes and tongues, each an important part of the rich culture of the country. If you are interested in cultures and traditions, do a Kenya culture tour where you will explore the lifestyle, traditions, and customs of the Samburu, Maasai, Kikuyu, Luhya, Kisii, Mijikenda, Kalenjin, Mbiti, Kipsigis, Taita, Turkana and many more tribes in Kenya.

Arriving at the bomas (Maasai and Samburu homesteads), you are given a tour of quadrants built in circular form with nomadic style houses. Sit in on a local feast and sample dishes, watch energetic dances and dramatic performances, and mix having dinner with the locals. Admire their traditional attire and colourful beadwork.(warriors).

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Kenya National Parks & Attractions

FAQs about Safaris in Kenya

Kenya is among the world’s best safari destination, with a variety of experiences in diverse and spectacular landscapes in a wildlife-rich country. But the answer for which country is the best for a safari comes down to the experience you want, and what you personally value most in a safari. Kenya scores high for multiple reasons:

1. Wildlife Galore: Kenya is known for its diversity of wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos, giraffes, and zebras.

2. Maasai Mara National Reserve: Maasai Mara in Kenya is one of the top places for wildlife viewing anywhere in the world. It’s famous for its wildebeest migration, which takes place every year and can be viewed in the plains of Gran Panorama in June and July. The plains are filled with more than a million wildebeest, zebra and gazelles.

3. Landscape: Landscape, as provided by the open savannas of the Maasai Mara, the flamingo-filled lakes of the Great Rift Valley, the rugged hills of Samburu, and the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya.

4. A cultural feast: Kenya is a diverse melting pot of more than 40 tribes. Its visitors can interact with local communities, like the Maasai or Samburu, and visit individuals’ homes to learn about their culture and traditions.

5. Established Tourism Infrastructure: Kenya has a longstanding history of tourism, full support infrastructure and facilities, all seen and played by the end of the 19th century, where racism and segregation ruled a molten world, and a warm, safe and charming colonial safari was built on the hope of a stay. From lodges and tents camps to guides with many years of experience and well-adjusted vehicles that show the country, Kenya is the oldest place in the safari fashion with a long and celebrated history, which made it one of the earliest and most famous places of pilgrimage before the word safari became a sport.

Having said that, other African countries – Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Botswana and Rwanda among them – have fabulous safari options, too, with their own distinctive aspects of highlight and specialty. In the end, the best safari option for you will depend on your interests, your budget and the time of year you intend to go.

The price of a Kenyan safari depends on the duration of trip, luxury level, season, and specific locations and activities included. Below is an itemised list of expenses for the average safari in Kenya:

Budget Safaris: Budget safaris cost between approximately $150 and $300 per person per day. Guests stay in basic campsites or tented camps, travel in shared vehicles, and share activities in groups. Meals may not be included, nor entry fees to the parks.

Mid-Range Safaris: $300 to $600 per person, per day This is for a guided, multi-day safarilodge or tented-camp-style accommodation on a full-board basis (using private transport) with parks fees and one to two activities per day included in the price.

Luxury safaris: $600 to $1,500 or more per person per day While still providing top-notch accommodations, luxury safaris consist of staying at the choicest lodges or luxury tented camps with private guides and vehicles, gourmet meals, and impeccable service. All park fees, activity costs, and often airfares are included in this type of safari package.

Park Entrance Fees: Most national parks and game reserves have an entrance fee depending on the one chooses from. For instance, Lake Nakuru National Park entrance fee is around $60 or €60 per adult per day, while Maasai Mara National Reserve has an entrance fee of around $80 or €80 per adult a day. However, the safari price-tag includes such fees.

Destinations: Where you go in Kenya, can also factor into price: look up the Maasai Mara National Reserve, Amboseli National Park, Tsavo East and West National Parks, Lake Nakuru National Park and Samburu National Reserve, all magnificent, if well-travelled safari destinations. Combining various destinations into the same safari or going to more secluded areas can add to the total safari price.

Our website presents a range of exciting safaris and tours that we having to offer. Whether you are interested in wildebeest migration, a wildlife safari, or even a beach tour, we have something for everyone. Our price range is tailored to enable our customers to pick what suits their interest and budget.

So, whenever you are ready to start planning your dream safari adventure, just get in touch via our contact form, by email or by phone. Let us know what dates you have in mind for your travels, how many people will be travelling with you and what you would like your safari experience to include. We’ll then get back to you quickly to suggest several options that should match your requirements. From specialist luxury accommodation, through to more adventurous activities or a combination of both, we look forward to helping you develop the itinerary that’s right for you.

After making your selection of your perfect safari, we will assist you on your booking process; simply complete our online booking form, providing us with all relevant information and pay a deposit or full payment, depending on the selected package. An extensive pre-departure guide will be forwarded to you after your booking confirmation with every necessary details to prepare you well for your trip from visa requirements, immunization updates, and packing guidelines.

On your first day, your guide will meet you at the airport and take you straight to your first stop. He’ll be a professional, fluent in English, and extremely knowledgeable about the wild elephants, lions and other wildlife you’ll encounter, as well as the landscapes and riveting human stories that will captivate you throughout your journey. Once you return, we’d like to hear about your trip – your feedback adds to what we already know to help us improve our services for the future.

Kenya has two main seasons – the dry season and the wet – and each offers its own advantages and disadvantages that will dictate the nature of your safari.

Kenya’s dry season generally runs from July to October and then again from the end of December to February when there is little rainfall (an average of 20-50 millimetres a month). The temperature ranges from 20°C up to 30°C, with cooler temperatures in the early morning and evenings and low humidity, all of which makes for enjoyable outdoor activity.

Dry season is the best time for wildlife, and people on safaris, as animals start to concentrate around the few remaining permanent water sources – rivers and waterholes. It is also easier for wildlife it tough on the tourists – it gets hotter July to October. This is when the big wildebeest migration makes its way into the Maasai Mara in Kenya (after a deserved rest in Tanzania’s Serengeti). A staggering million and a half wildebeest – plus a few hundred thousand zebras and gazelles – migrate north from the Serengeti, travelling about 500 km across the border to the Maasai Mara in search of fresh pastures.

However, the wet season is different. There are two periods of wet climate in Kenya: March to May (the ‘long rains’), and November to December (the ‘short rains’). The country receives more rains, on average of 100-200 millimeters a month, during these months. The average temperatures commonly vary between 22°C and 28°C (72°F and 82°F), at the same time the level of humidity is considered to be higher.

Although viewing wildlife can be more demanding than in the dry, when animals accumulate around water holes, in the wet season the bush teems with life, the landscape is so green, and the backdrops of photographs can be incredible, some animals give birth, and prices are lower, while it’s also possible to escape the crowds.

However, it is useful to note that Kenya’s climate varies by altitude and region. The coast is hotter and more humid than theate’ climes as the preferred destination for sick Protectors, and more specifically the Maasai the capital Nairobi. Nairobi has a mild and pleasant climate year-round with cool nights.

Whether you’ll be visiting different regions of Kenya or just one, it all comes down to what you plan on doing. If seeing the wildebeest river crossing is on your list, which happens every year over several months in the Maasai Mara (July to October), that’s when you book your safari. If you want to do some birdwatching, then the wet season is for you since it’s also when migratory species arrive.

Overall, although the dry season between July and October, which is high season in Kenya, is arguably the most favorable and predictable time to go on a safari, visit Kenya during the wet season if you want to avoid the crowds, save money on flights, and experience the monthly rains. The most suitable time to visit Kenya for a safari is simply the time that you enjoy the most. You have to consider weather conditions, the behaviour of wildlife and your goals before setting off in Kenya.