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Title: Things You Should Know About Kenya for a Better Safari Experience

African Memorable Safaris
Things You Should Know About Kenya for a Better
Safari Experience
Cradle of the vintage Hemingway-style safari,
Kenya is undoubtedly home to some of the finest
game viewing most popular reserves on the
continent. However, unlike adjacent Tanzania,
whose most recognized parks rest on a well-paced
circuit, the safari destinations in Kenya are
dispersed all through the country planning an
itinerary relies on what you wish to see who
you are traveling with.  Western Kenya  As most
Kenya safaris do, a safari trip in Western Kenya
generally starts in Nairobi. The most prevailing
name in Western Kenya is without any doubt the
Masai Mara National Park, home to Africas best
year-round game viewing and also the annual
migration. Present in massive numbers from
July-November, the wildebeest zebra herds
attract regular attention from Africas best
predators as a result tourist numbers are high
in this season. 
To get front-row seats to the Great Migration it
is essential to reserve your safari early
sometimes almost a year beforehand.  Eastern
Kenya  When it comes to eastern Kenyas flagship
reserve, Amboseli National Park definitely tops
the list. Easily accessible, Amboseli is popular
for its beautiful scenes of elephants strolling
across the grasslands as a snow-covered Mt
Kilimanjaro emerge behind them. Packed with
animals, Amboseli is predominantly flat its
open land makes for effortless game viewing.
January February are the ideal time to visit
Amboseli Park beside June through September but
the number of visitors is exceedingly high during
these periods. 
Northern Kenya  The 1st thing you will see on a
Northern Kenya safari is the absence of other
tourists. The 2nd thing that will make you
surprised are the strange looking animals
Grevys zebra, reticulated  giraffe,  gerenuk
antelope and Somali ostrich that are not found
in Kenyas other visited destinations.  Usually
hot dry, the national parks of the north are
where second-time-around safari tourists like to
end up. The Samburu Shaba National Parks border
the life-giving Ewaso Ngiro River are usually
added to an itinerary. Both provide wonderful
game sighting Samburu is further recognized for
its leopard watching whereas Shaba ranks as one
of the most picturesque reserves of
Kenya.  Other places you want to tour in the
north encompass unspoiled largely unexplored
Laikipia Plateau and Meru National Park. The
Laikipia Plateau is quickly becoming the
destination to explore in Kenya. Home to the
Big-5 and made up of private reserves, Laikipia
boasts an array of accommodations for the guests.
Its family-friendly lodges provide a blend of
activities while its honeymoon suites offer
remarkable views. You can visit the north between
December the conclusion of March or July
through October.
CONCLUSION Plan your next African holiday
trip with African Memorable Safaris to experience
the best side of Africa under the supervision of
local guides. Whether you are looking for a
luxury safari, family holiday, group tours, or
budget safari in Africa we are the people to
call. For any help, we are always available on
Address African Memorable Safaris P.o Box
42319, Mombasa, Kenya Web - https//www.africanmem Email - info_at_africanmemorablesa Phone - 412318081
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