A Kenyan Safari is a totally exhilarating experience you will never forget in your lifetime. Seeing the mighty and majestic lions, elephants, and leopards out in the wild seemed to be the stuff of dreams, and something only certified explorers can afford to go to. But times have changed, and it’s now possible for anyone to visit these beautiful creatures in their natural habitats. You don’t have to have all the expensive gear all the pros have — it’s now possible to go on your dream trip, care of travel tours to Africa.
Imagine the beautiful, lush scenery before your very eyes, and the animals lounging in the wild under the hot African sun. It’s a scene that’s truly tempting for the modern day adventurer, and what makes it compelling is the fact that you have many different safari options to choose from.
Choosing a Kenyan Safari Holiday
Kenya is an excellent Safari holiday choice, propped up with an efficient tourist system catering to those who want to witness the annual wildebeest migration between July and October at the popular Maasai Mara National Reserve. But if you prefer to go somewhere else, you still have a variety of options, such as Lake Nakuru National Park which is renowned for its rhinos and flamingos, Amboseli National Park and Samburu, known for its elephants.
If you have decided on where to go, the fun part of preparing for your Kenyan safari begins. There are a variety of tour operators to choose from that offer differently-priced packages depending on inclusions. Those with the budget to spare can have tour operators do all the heavy lifting for them, having them choose and book for a lodge which can come in handy especially during the peak season.
But if you are a budget traveller, or if you want to keep prices much more manageable, you can opt to negotiate with an operator that can be flexible on the terms. Most price quotes tend to include entrance fees for the parks, accommodation, transportation costs, and guide fees.
Tour operators like Koisan Safaris can customize their Africa Packages based on the activities and budget of clients. Although most go to Kenya for the thrill and adventure of the wildlife safaris, you can also opt to go the historical and cultural route, or go to the beach and relax, take a gastronomic food trip, or a romantic trip for two. You can choose to have the hassle taken out with a pre-packaged safari, or make your own tailor made itinerary.