Wildebeest migration tours tricks today? Africa is a fascinating place if you are searching for raw nature exploration. Tanzania and Kenya, Tanzania and Kenya are home to two of Africa’s most iconic (and joined) game parks, the Serengeti and Masai Mara. There is nothing that passes these parks in vastness, game concentrations and, of course, if you time it right, the legendary Great Migration. Speak to one of our ABS consultants to find out when’s the best time to try and catch it. The most amazing thing about a Tanzania/Kenya safari is that they generally also include other wonderful, lesser-known parks, like Tarangire and Amboseli, with its views of Kilimanjaro. Try and fit in a day or two on the beautiful shores of Lake Victoria.
There are many things to see and do in Kenya! From the dream beaches on the coast of the Indian Ocean, unique flora and fauna, savannahs, the transhumant sea, the islands of the Kenyan archipelago – Lamu Island with its forts built by Arabs, then Pate Island, further away, where the basic task is lobster fishing – continuing with the thrilling “safari” (by the way, the word comes from the Swahili language and means “travel”) in national parks and nature reserves such as Tsavo East and West, Masai Mara, Amboseli, Lake Turkana – the largest desert lake and also alkaline of on the globe, with a unique color from which it is also called the “Sea-of-Jad”, lake at the foot of Mount Kulal on the Kenyan side of the Great African Rift Valley – continuing with the natural complex Samburu, Buffalo Springs and Shaba, then Lake Nakuru and not least with the impressive Mount Kenya (5199 m). See additional information at https://www.dumasafaris.com/safaris/. Kenya is the country where you must come to discover the richest African wildlife. When you get to Masai Mara National Park, you just have to turn your head and immediately you will encounter an antelope, a giraffe, a zebra. But Kenya has many more national parks that are not the same – each with its own specificity. The coasts of the Indian Ocean have that fine white sand and big, green phosphorescence that every European dreams about, especially when in the old continent it is cold and sad. Along the coast (as in Tanzania), an extremely rich civilization developed from the contact between Arab merchants and locals of color. The historical traces can be found in Mombassa, but especially in Lamu, this traditional small town, isolated for centuries on an island not far from the border with Somalia.
Samburu National Reserve is known as the best destination to spot the special five wildlife species. They include the Gerenuk, Grevy Zebra, Beisa Oryx, Somali Ostrich, Reticulated giraffe. As a rustic destination, the reserve provides you exclusive wildlife sightings to big cats like leopards, lions, and cheetahs. Elephants of Samburu are huge and amazing to spot around your camps and lodges where you will spending at. If you have been in search of one of the best destinations to enjoy wilderness experiences in Kenya, Samburu National Reserve and its environs, ensure you get exactly the same dreams you were looking for. The Samburu People are one unique culture, and you will get a chance to spend and interact with them. While on a walk in the evening, you can visit spectacular Samburu communities around.
We specialise in Family, Solo, Photography and Conservation safaris, in order to offer and support our sustainable practices and activities. Our Safaris are well curated to offer you optimum safari adventure and experiences to all our premium destinations in Africa. Find more info at https://www.dumasafaris.com/.