Africa Green Travelers

Preferred Routes Highlighting Wildlife Viewing

Kenya’s compact size allows for versatile itineraries tailored to individual timeframes and interests. Most travelers start their journey at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO), using domestic connections from Wilson Airport (WIL). Incorporating the renowned Masai Mara National Reserve into any itinerary is straightforward, with convenient return or connecting flights readily available.

Southwest Safari Circuit

Explore some of Kenya’s premier wildlife destinations in the southwest.

Key Stops:

– Masai Mara National Reserve (2 to 4 days): Renowned for its rich wildlife, particularly during the annual wildebeest migration.
– Lake Nakuru National Park (1 to 2 days): Located in the picturesque Rift Valley, famous for its thriving populations of black and white rhinos.

Notable Extensions:

– Hell’s Gate National Park and Lake Naivasha: Enjoy cycling amidst wildlife.
– Lake Bogoria National Reserve and Lake Baringo: Ideal for birdwatching, with flamingo sightings possible.
– Amboseli National Park: Offers stunning views of Mt Kilimanjaro and abundant elephant herds.



South East Safari Circuit

Combine beach relaxation with wildlife exploration in Kenya’s southeast.

Key Stops:

– Tsavo East National Park (2 to 3 days): Kenya’s largest park, known for its unique wildlife and landscapes.
– Amboseli National Park (2 to 3 days): Offers excellent elephant viewing and abundant lion sightings, set against the backdrop of Mt Kilimanjaro.

Notable Extensions:

– Masai Mara National Reserve: Witness the iconic wildebeest migration and thrilling big cat encounters.
– Diani Beach: Relax and soak up the sun on pristine beaches.
– Shimba Hills National Reserve: Chance to spot the rare sable antelope.




Central & Northern Circuit

Explore rugged and remote wilderness areas known for exceptional wildlife encounters.

Key Stops:

– Meru National Park (2 to 3 days): Scenic and untouched landscapes teeming with rhinos and lions.
– Samburu National Reserve and Buffalo Springs National Reserve (2 to 3 days): Home to unique dry-country species and dramatic scenery.
– Laikipia Plateau (2 to 3 days): Offers diverse private game reserves and excellent rhino sightings.
– Aberdare National Park (1 to 2 days): Unique wildlife viewing experiences from tree hotels overlooking waterholes.

Notable Extensions:

– Mt Kenya National Park: Ideal for hiking and climbing adventures.
– Masai Mara National Reserve: Witness the awe-inspiring wildebeest migration and thrilling big cat encounters.