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Wildlife Safaris

A Kenya wildlife safari is one of the world’s greatest wildlife travel experiences. Duara will guide you through the national parks and reserves that hosts some of the most fascinating animals.

Discover a place that captures all the natural wonders of the world in one dynamic animal kingdom. Home to an abundance of natural attractions and the Big 5. Kenya is arguably of the most mesmerizing spots to take a wildlife safari.

Explore all 33 national parks, reserves and private sanctuaries and enjoy what each of them has to offer.


Wildlife Found in Kenya

Kenya is home to a wide range of wild animals. Popular Kenya animals include the lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino. These are referred to as the "Big Five”. There are hundreds of Kenya animals to catch a glimpse of while on a wildlife safari some are much more common than others.

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National Parks & Reserves  in Kenya

A wildlife safari in Kenya is a journey into nature .Kenya has a rich abundance of wildlife, most of which can be found in its many national parks and reserves. When it comes to wildlife safaris, Kenya prominently tops the list. There are 33 national parks and reserves in Kenya all located in various parts of the country.

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Accomodation in National Parks & Reserves

There are essentially two broad types of accommodation types found in Kenyan parks an reserves - those were you camp and those were you stay in lodges or luxury tented camps at night.

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How to Get To National Parks and Reserves

For those who want to avoid long drives to national parks one can travel by air. Most parks are accessible by air. There are air strips that land in central locations where tourists can then be picked and driven to their respective lodges within the parks and reserves.

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Kenya Wildlife Service

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) conserves and manages Kenya’s wildlife for the Kenyan people and the world. It is a state corporation established to conserve and manage wildlife in Kenya, and to enforce related laws and regulations.

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The security in Kenya is very good. Kenya Wildlife Service is a body that is in charge of protection of wildlife and has guards in all national parks. Tourists are advised on standard rules on how to behave while on game drives to avoid disturbing or agitating animals.

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It is advisable to take out travel insurance from your country before travelling to any other country. However local insurance companies can cover you for the length of your stay for a small fee.Carry any subscribed medicines while going on you wildlife safari because there are no pharmacies or chemists in the national parks or reserves.

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  • Witness the ‘Great Migration’ in the Maasai Mara.
  • Take pictures of pink flamingoes in lake Nakuru.
  • Discover the great herds of elephants in Tsavo.
  • Wake up to the scenic sights of Mt Kilimanjaro in Amboseli.
  • Spot the Big 5 in our national parks.


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