The Reasons why you should visit Kenya

Have you ever been to Kenya? It’s one of the most developed countries in Africa, and also one of the places on earth

with the most diverse nature and culture. There are so many beautiful Destination to visit, and lovely people to meet.

If you haven’t yet been here are reasons why you should visit Kenya at least once in your life!

  1. You might spot the Big Five

Kenya is largely rich in wildlife watching destinations. It’s the home of the Big Five (African lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, African leopard

and white/black rhinos). Responsible safari operators Like Incredible Kenya Adventures, will help you to have a life time Moment.

  1. Rustic Beaches

The coastal city of Mombasa is just one of the enchanting places where you can enjoy the untouched beaches of Kenya. Soak up the sun and

explore cultural sites such as old colonial ports that rest against the seaside. Read more about the best beaches in Kenya as well as

the cultures that influenced them.



After the rains when the first flush of grass turns the Masai Mara’s golden savannah green, the most exhilarating wildlife spectacle anywhere takes place here: The Greatest Wildebeest Migration. It usually between the months of July and October one and a half million wildebeest, accompanied by mass numbers of zebra and gazelles making the longest and most dangerous trek from drier lands in Tanzania, northwards to this corner of Kenya. Lines of animals stretch as far as the eye can see across the plains. They come to give birth to their young and the grasslands echo with the sounds of the new-born. It is a time of plenty. But it is a time too when the predators are drawn from all around. High above on the hot winds the carrion birds, the vultures and eagles, soar. In the long grasses....

lion, cheetah, leopard and hyena prowl. Most dramatic of all is the moment when the migration arrives at the Mara River. They must cross it to reach the rich grazing. As the animals throng, crocodiles cruise the waters. Then the bravest takes the plunge into the swirling currents and thousands follow. Camps that are Situated right inside the Masai Mara Game Reserve, are ideally to book at this time they let you to be at the heart of the Great Wildebeest Migration. make your bookings in June, sometimes the bed capacity in Mara is usually fully booked. <iframe src="" width="560" height="309" style="border:none;overflow:hidden" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" allowTransparency="true" allowFullScreen="true"></iframe>


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Day 1. Nairobi-Samburu

Depart Nairobi in the morning and drive through central Kenya and north across the equator to Samburu National Reserve arriving Samburu Serena Lodge/Shaba Sarova Lodge in time for lunch. An afternoon game drive is in place. Samburu National Game Reserve is situated on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River in Northern Kenya. This means that there is plenty of water, trees and shade to attract wildlife like; The big five the surrounding savannah plains.

The Uaso Nyiro River's magnificent displays are the long and huge Crocodiles, which exceed six meters (20 feet) from snout to tail (Amazing sight there) Dinner and overnight at the Samburu Sopa Lodge/Sarova Shaba Lodge. Approx Transit time: 5½ hrs.

Day 2. Explore Samburu

Full day in Samburu, a beautiful and game abundant Park, home to rarely found species such as the Beisa Oryx, Grevy's Zebra, Blue-necked Somali Ostrich and Reticulated Giraffe. Morning and afternoon 'Spice' game drives, with a visit to a local Samburu village. Other optional activities include camel riding, guided nature and bird walks. Overnight at Samburu Sopa Lodge/Sarova Shaba Lodge.

Day 3. Samburu-Mountain Lodge

Depart Samburu after breakfast and drive to the lower slopes of Mt. Kenya/Aberdare Ranges arriving at Serena Mountain Lodge/Ark Lodge/Treetops Hotel (tree hotel) in time for lunch. Relax in the afternoon as you watch game from the balconies of the lodge, with an optional guided nature walk. Overnight floodlit game viewing. Dinner and overnight at the tree hotel. Approx Transit time: 3 hrs.

Day 4. Mountain Lodge-Lake Nakuru

Depart after breakfast and drive to the floor of The Rift Valley to Lake Nakuru National Park making a brief stop at Nyahururu Thomson Falls. Arrive at Lake Nakuru Lodge in time for lunch. An afternoon wonder game drive in the Park is planned for today. Lake Nakuru is famous for the presence of up to two million Flamingos, seasonally feeding on the abundant algae. Besides the flamingos that the lake is famous for, there are approx 400 other species of birds visiting the lake. In addition, many species of game can be found in the Park including the introduced Rothschild's Giraffe, black and White Rhino, Waterbuck, Reedbuck, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Baboon and many species of plains game. Dinner and overnight at theLake Nakuru Lodge. Meal plan: {B, L, D} Approx Transit time: 3 Hours

Day 5. Lake Nakuru-Masai Mara

Depart Lake Nakuru after breakfast in the morning and drive further along the floor of the Rift Valley to Masai Mara Game Reserve, arriving at Mara Sopa Lodge or Mara Simba Lodge in time for lunch. Afternoons wonder game drive. Dinner and overnight at the lodge. Meal plan: Approx Transit time: 6 hrs

The famous Masai Mara Game Reserve is our destination today. Known for its density of animals including the Big Five and 453 species of birds, it is one of the most visited reserves in Africa. This National Reserve's plains are predominantly open savannah, interspersed with patches of acacia woodland, and along the Mara River, riparian forest.

Whilst game viewing is excellent in the Mara all year round, the most popular time to visit is in late July into August where, over one million Wildebeest and hundreds of thousands of Zebra migrate from the Serengeti. The dramatic river crossings are a gruesome spectacle of survival of the fittest.

Day 6 & 7. Discover Masai Mara

Two full days in Masai Mara, Kenya's most popular game sanctuary where you will have the best opportunity of spotting the Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino and elephant). Morning and afternoon game drives with an optional visit to a local Masai village. All meals and overnight at Mara Sopa Lodge or Mara Simba Lodge.

Optional activities:

-Balloon ride: US$ 500 per person

-Visit to a Maasai village: US$ 20 per person

Mountain Gorillas

Common Name: Mountain Gorilla
Scientific Name: Gorilla beringei beringei
Type: Mammals
Diet: Omnivores
Group Name: Troop, band
Average life span in The Wild: 35 years
Size: Standing height, 4 to 6 ft
Weight: 300 to 485 lbs
Size relative to a 6-ft man:

About the Mountain Gorilla

There are only several hundred mountain gorillas remaining on Earth, and about half live in the forests of the Virunga mountains in central Africa.
These gorillas live on the green, volcanic slopes of Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo—areas that have seen much human violence from which the gorillas have not escaped unscathed.
Many conservation initiatives are meant to aid mountain gorillas, and it is believed that their numbers may be steady or slowly increasing. Still they continue to face major threats from habitat loss and poaching.
Alpha Males and Social Behavior
Mountain gorillas have longer hair and shorter arms than their lowland cousins. They also tend to be a bit larger than other gorillas.
Gorillas can climb trees, but are usually found on the ground in communities of up to 30 individuals. These troops are organized according to fascinating social structures. Troops are led by one dominant, older adult male, often called a silverback because of the swath of silver hair that adorns his otherwise dark fur. Troops also include several other young males, some females, and their offspring.




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Gay Lions spotted in Masai Mara National Reserve

The Kenya`s Masai Mara National Reserve is at it again, this time not for being the most adventurous national reserve in the world but for a strange discovery of a gay lions, yes you heard me right, gay lions.

• Two male lions were spotted having an intimate moment in Kenya's Maasai Mara National Reserve.
• A bizarre and uncommon sexual encounter between two male lions was captured in Kenya's Incredible Maasai Mara National Reserve.
The two lions were spotted by wildlife photographer, Paul Goldstein, in a secluded bush area cuddling and mounting each other.
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Lions seen in sexual encounter in Kenyan National Park, Maasai Mara
“I have heard of this happening in Botswana but with nothing like this vigour, and indeed at various zoos and safari parks, but incarcerated animals will do strange things, who can blame them," said Mr. Goldstein.

Turtles Facts.

Some interesting facts about turtles and tortoises:

•    Turtles have been on the earth for more than 200 million years. They evolved before mammals, birds, crocodiles, snakes and even lizards.
•    The earliest turtles had teeth and could not retract their heads, but other than this, modern turtles are very similar to their original ancestors.
•    Several species of turtles can live to be over a hundred years of age including the American Box Turtle.
•    One documented case of longevity involves an adult Indian Ocean Giant Tortoise that when captured as an adult was estimated to be fifty years old. It then lived another 152 years in captivity.
•    Turtles live on every continent except Antarctica.
•    Turtles will live in almost any climate warm enough to allow them to complete their breeding cycle.
•    While most turtles don't tolerate the cold well, the Blanding's turtle has been observed swimming under the ice in the Great Lakes region.
•    Turtles range in size from the 4-inch Bog Turtle to the 1500 pound Leathery Turtle.
•    North America contains a large variety of turtle species but Europe contains only two species of turtles and three species of tortoises.
•    The top domed part of a turtle's shell is called the carapace and the bottom underlying part is called the plastron.
•    The shell of a turtle is made up of 60 different bones all connected together.

The Blind Rhino in Olpajeta

An average adult rhino weighs about one and a half tonnes.and can charge a target at up to 50km/hr.

So, if an adult rhino is upset and charges at the object of its fury at full speed, it is bound to hit this object really hard and can cause a lot of damage.

Bearing this in mind, you would think rhinos would know better than fight each other. But you would be wrong.

Oddly enough, rhinos are very territorial. They demand that other rhinos stay out of “their space” and are only too willing to fight any intruders.

Given their weight and speed, the consequences of any such fight can be very horrific.


Baraka — if he could talk — would confirm this.

For Baraka is a blind rhino. But he was not born blind.

Born on November 20, 1994, he was one of the first rhinos born in Ol Pejeta Conservancy. And from that day, Baraka has been a blessing to the conservancy, hence the name Baraka meaning “blessings” in Swahili.

However, Baraka had the bad luck to get into a territorial dispute with another rhino and, unfortunately, got the worst of it. He ended up with a terrible injury to one of eyes, which — by the end of the fight — was literally hanging from its socket.

Later it developed a carbuncle (large cluster of boils under the skin) on this eye. So in the end, the eye had to be removed.

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However, the removal of his eye was not the end of Baraka’s suffering. Baraka later developed further complications in his other eye, which the veterinarians were not able to cure. Tragically, Baraka became blind in both eyes.

It was not easy for Baraka to live in this state, and major adjustments were required. The conservancy, as always, dedicated to the welfare of the wild animals, therefore transferred Baraka to a 100-acre enclosure known as the Morani’s complex.

He is now a major attraction at the Morani Information Center. People from all over visit the Ol Pejeta conservancy to see the blind rhino (Baraka).

What to take when traveling in East Africa.

What to take when traveling in East Africa

Always try and pack as little as possible as you will regret carrying a heavy bag/backpack, especially if you are going to have to walk some distances. Don't be tempted to bring too many clothes, I guarantee that half of them you won't wear.

What you pack all depends on whether you are going on a two-week holiday, long journey spanning across several countries, the time of year you are traveling and how you are traveling.  

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Choosing your Suitcase, Bag or Backpack (Rucksack)

If you are going on an organized Safari you may be limited to baggage size you can take on your safari vehicle - so check first with .US

If you are traveling independently it is advisable that you take a backpack (Rucksack) rather than a suitcase - you may have to walk distances to find accommodation etc. and a backpack will make life a lot easier.

Top loader backpacks can be a real pain when you want something quickly that has wormed its way to the bottom, fully opening backpacks (with a zip going all round) are much better for accessing the contents of your bag and when fully open can be used as storage, no need to unpack!

Make sure snaggy straps can be stowed in a pouch on the bag (especially when going in the baggage hold of aircraft) and the lining has a degree of waterproofing or comes with a cover, maybe have a large plastic bag available so that you can place the rucksack in it if required. On bus roofs bags can get wet when it rains.

Watch out for metal zips, we have had bags become impossible to open/close after a few weeks at the beach, the salt will cause the zip to corrode and stick (smear Vaseline on the zip to free it up). Plastic zips are fine as long as they actually have teeth (bigger the better), the loop type plastic zips are prone to coming apart under pressure. Broken zips are the number one reason for ditching a bag, give them a good try before you buy.

Make sure that it is the right size or a good strong make and sits comfortably on your back.

Having a small shoulder bag for your more valuable items means you can keep them with you.

lion facts


9 Lion Facts You Should Know

            A Complex Social Structure

    Lions live in large groups called prides, similar to wolves (but not most other cat species). A pride consists of multiple related females and their dependent offspring along with two or three unrelated males. A typical pride has about 15 members, although some prides as large as 40 members have been observed.

            Second Largest Big Cat

    A male lion weighs about 500 pounds and grows to eight feet in length. It sounds impressive, but tigers are actually larger, reaching 850 pounds and 11 feet long.

            Lions Don’t Live in the Jungle

    Even though lions are known as “King of the Jungle,” they live in grasslands and plains – not the jungle. Also unusual in the animal kingdom, female lions do the hunting (usually in groups) while male lions stay home and watch over the pride. The males, however, are first to eat when the female lions come home with their kill.

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Day 1 - Nairobi, flight to Amboseli At 06:00 a.m, transfer to Wilson Airport (WIL) for your scheduled flight to Amboseli National Park, departing at 07:30 a.m. to arrive at 08:10 a.m. On arrival, you are met and transferred to Tortilis Luxury Camp with game drive en route. After lunch, an afternoon game follows. Dinner and overnight at the camp. -

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Day 2 - Amboseli The whole day will be spent in Amboseli with morning and afternoon game drives. The majestic and breathtaking Mount Kilimanjaro can be seen at this time. All meals and overnight at Tortilis Luxury Camp. -

Day 3 - Amboseli, flight from Nairobi to Samburu After breakfast at the lodge, transfer to the airstrip for your scheduled flight to Nairobi departing at 08:20 a.m. to arrive at 09:00 a.m. Connect to your Samburu flight departing at 09:15 a.m. to arrive at 10:30 a.m. Meet at the airstrip by the host and transfer to Elephant Bedroom Luxury Camp. Lunch and afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight at the camp. -

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Day 4 - Samburu Full day spent in Samburu with morning and afternoon game drives. All meals and overnight at Elephant Bedroom Luxury Camp. -

Day 5 - Samburu, flight to Maasai Mara After breakfast at camp, transfer to the airstrip for your scheduled flight to Maasai Mara National Reserve, departing at 08:30 a.m. to arrive at 10:15 a.m. Meet at the airstrip and transfer to Entim Luxury Camp with game drive en route. After lunch, proceed to an afternoon game drive. Dinner and overnight the luxury camp -

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Day 6 - Maasai Mara After early morning tea or coffee, proceed for an early morning game drive followed by a Hippo Pool breakfast served by the Mara River teeming with hippos. The rest of the morning is at leisure. After lunch at the lodge, an afternoon game drive follows. Dinner and overnight at Entim Luxury Camp. -

Day 7 - Maasai Mara, flight to Nairobi After breakfast, transfer to the airstrip for your scheduled Nairobi flight departing at 10:15 a.m. to arrive at 12:15 p.m. Meet at Wilson Airport and transfer to your Nairobi hotel or Jomo Kenyatta Airport for your international flight home.

Tortilis Camp luxurious en-suite accommodation.             Comfortable twin-bedded accommodation.

Best of Luxury Accommodation

You will be provided seven nights of accommodation in twin rooms during the safari. You will stay at Tortilis Luxury Camp, Elephant Bedroom Luxury Camp, and Entim Luxury Camp.

Tortilis Luxury Camp
Lying on the edge of Amboseli National Park is Tortilis Camp, a unique boutique camp. The camp is located on the hillside and shaded by the natural forest of the acacia tortilis thorn trees after which the camp is named. With views of the sunset over Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru, the camp is an ideal location for relaxation, for adventure, for people on a honeymoon, or for a family vacation.

Tortilis Camp houses 16 classic tents and a cozy family tent, all designed in a manner which blends rustic style and modern comfort. The tents are spacious and fitted with king or twin beds and elegant en suite bathrooms. A main lounge, bar, and dining area exquisitely built with natural materials with thatched roofs and magnificent views of Kilimanjaro.

The camp provides bush breakfast and sundowners upon request. Services and facilities available at the camp include in-room safes, outdoor, or personalized dinning, a bar that serves both locally brewed and world class drinks.

A swimming pool is available onsite. The camp offers activities such as game drives, guided walks, and cultural visits upon request. Tortilis Camp is on the south western edge of Amboseli National Park and a silver level eco-rated camp. The camp is also a winner of the British Airways "Tourism for Tomorrow" award.Click here for Tortillas Gallery


Elephant Bedroom Camp
Elephant Bedroom Camp is an intimate tented camp with simplistic elegance, luxury, and style providing an astonishing safari experience. The surrounding Samburu National Reserve is an area of spectacular scenery. Its dry plains bisected by the meandering river, with the backdrop of Africa's dramatic mountains, including Mt Kenya.

The 12 spacious tents have rustic and colorful African touches, offering all the comforts, including a private plunge pool on the deck, hot and cold running water, electricity, and complimentary herbal shower and bath products.

The lounge and dining area is decorated with vibrant safari style, its soft intimate lighting assuring that this is the ultimate place to relax in between exciting game drives. Elephant, monkeys, impalas are among the camp's many regular wild visitors, while Samburu National Reserve has a good number of lions and leopards and offers the opportunity to see many species endemic to northern Kenya.

Entim Luxury Camp
Entim was designed with a purpose in mind: to be in the best possible location to view the wildebeest migration in the Maasai Mara game reserve. All 10 guest tents overlook the Mara River and are well-placed, en-suite with flush toilets and hot showers. There is a cozy lounge area with a small library, separate bar, and dining area, which is open-fronted allowing guests to experience of eating meals while watching the animals move to and from the river to drink and forage for their food.

The camp has been designed to give guests the feel that it is part of the landscape. The experience at Entim is not your average hotel or lodge experience, but it is about being right in the hub of one of the most famous wildlife reserves in the world and part of a quintessential Kenya safari experience.
Incredible Kenya Adventure Tours & Safaris Luxury Safari Holidays Itinerary

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This safari holiday will be held at various parks and game reserves located in Kenya, namely Amboseli National Park, Samburu Game Reserve, and Maasai Mara Game Reserve.
This safari features three major parks: the Amboseli National Park which is famous for the breathtaking views of Mt. Kilimanjaro and the great herd of elephants; the Samburu Game Reserve which is a unique park to the north of the equator with rugged landscapes and home to rarely found species such as the Beisa Oryx, Gravy’s zebra, blue-necked Somali ostrich, and reticulated giraffe; and the Maasai Mara Game Reserve which is one of the Kenya's most popular game reserve and home to the big five, the lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, and elephant.

You will be served three daily meals daily, except on the first and seventh day. On the first day of the safari, only lunch and dinner are provided, and on the seventh day of the retreat, only breakfast will be provided.
The following meals are included:

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

    Regular (typically includes meat and fish)
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate to US when making a reservation


What's included
⦁        Full board accommodation
⦁        Game drives provided by the lodge on a shared vehicle basis
⦁        Guided bush walks
⦁        Internal airfare as indicated in the itinerary
⦁        Park entry fees
⦁        Wilson Airport (WIL) and airstrip transfers

Whats not included
⦁    obtaining visa
⦁    Things of personal nature
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Cancellation Policy

    A reservation requires a deposit of 50% of the total price.
    The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
    The rest of the payment should be paid 7 days before arrival.

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Travel information

Travel Information

The incredible diversity of landscapes, cultures, wildlife and activities mean endless opportunities for visitors to East Africa. Kenya and Tanzania offer a diverse range of environments all within relatively close proximity to one another, and have an excellent domestic travel infrastructure. Kenya and Tanzania's rich diversity of wildlife means that no two experiences in the wild are ever the same. Visitors to Kenya and Tanzania can experience and see completely different things. In a single trip to Kenya and Tanzania, you can visit tropical forests, beautiful beaches, and deserts, climb mountains and explore the wild. In Kenya and Tanzania, it is possible to plan a safari that blends adventure and relaxation, luxury and natural simplicity, social experiences and solitude


Best Time to Visit Kenya
The dry season is considered the best season to visit Kenya. Animals clustered around water points are easily visible through the dry grass and short savanna. In addition, all roads are passable. Thus, most tourists visit from December to March and July to August, while the locals prefer the months of June, September and October as they are quieter. During July and August Masai Mara hosts massive herds of wildebeest that migrate from the Serengeti plains in search of new pastures where they will stay for a few weeks before returning to the Tanzania. 

A Day Trip to Beautiful Lake Naivasha.

A Day Trip to Beautiful Lake Naivasha.

Flamingo. The pink bird is worldwide famous. Mannequins of it flood the yards of many westerners in the cities and suburbs. However, you should see a live one? The long legs, long neck and pink mass of feathers describes a beauty creature found in few places in the world. The flamingo is an attraction to many tourists in Kenya. The Rift Valley lakes are the places to look for these birds. They normally flock in droves so spotting them will not be a problem. Also, their conspicuous pink colour contrasts the beautiful blue lakes in the Rift. So what are the best spots to follow the flamingo?

In Baringo County, you will find the most populated region of flamingos- Lake Bogoria. The lake, which is on Unesco's list of World Heritage Sites boasts an estimate of 1.7 million flamingos in its shores and waters. Lake Bogoria has the largest flamingo population in Kenya. Lake Bogoria makes up a huge part of the Lake Bogoria National Reserve. Apart from flamingos, other species of birds that you are likely to catch include: Golden-backed Weaver, White-fronted Bee-eater, Open-billed Stork (migrating along valley), Rufous Chatterer, Long-toed Lapwing, Silverbird, Jackson's Hornbill, Spot-flanked Barbet, Pearl spotted Owlet, Red-faced Crombec and Red-fronted Tinkerbird.


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