Kenya Safaris

At Peaks & safaris we rekindle the imagination associated with thrilling wildlife adventures. When you think of a Kenyan safari, you no doubt picture roaring African lions, herds of elephants, wildebeests and zebras thundering across vast sweeping savannas, and the joy of basking in Africa's long sunshine and wilderness.

There are many options to suit your taste and preference, covering different kinds of unique wildlife experiences and different levels of wildness, comfort, luxury, adventure and cost, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

From balloon adventures, wildlife safaris, beach camping and luxury resorts to extreme, special-interest safaris that incorporate additional adventures such as mountain climbing, Peaks and safaris we tailor an organized tour to meet your specific needs and interests. 

Kenya's national parks and game reserves are a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts, offering a variety of wildlife. The most famous of all Kenya's game parks is, of course, the Maasai Mara National Reserve. The Maasai Mara is known for its wildebeest migration but it is also home to Kenya's "big five" animals, more than 400 species of birds, and varying topography. In addition to the "Big Five", you will find plenty of interesting Kenyan wildlife such as hippos, jackals, giraffes, zebras, warthogs, wildebeests, hyenas, antelope, cheetahs, crocodiles and more.

Locations

 
Nairobi

Kenya's capital city, Nairobi, is the most dynamic city, also known as the "greencity under  the sun" for many reasons. It is Kenya's largest city with a population of nearly four million. A cosmopolitan capital of fabulous food and striking administrative architecture, Nairobi is the city where wildlife and modernity meet, and is much more than a safari starting point.  

The city is also home to numerous local and international businesses and organizations. Nairobi bustles with activity. It's a city that never sleeps; the rhythm is fast, day and night. There's always something to do and see in Nairobi and its people are friendly and hospitable.

 
Rift Valley/lakes

Formed about 25 million years ago by the violent separation of two of the earth’s continental plates floating on the molten magma of its core. 4,000 miles long, from the Red Sea to Mozambique, and its sides are still moving apart, slowly but imperceptibly. The rift valley encapsulates tremendous changes in topographic diversity with its scarps and volcanoes, lakes, ancient granitic hills, flat desert landscapes and coral reefs and islets. The astounding view, as you approach from Nairobi is quite unbelievable.

The Rift Valley is home to eight lakes, of which three are freshwater and the rest alkaline. Of the latter, the shallow soda lakes of the Eastern Rift Valley have crystallised salt turning the shores white and are famous for the large flocks of flamingo that feed on crustaceans

 
Rift Valley/lakes

Formed about 25 million years ago by the violent separation of two of the earth’s continental plates floating on the molten magma of its core. 4,000 miles long, from the Red Sea to Mozambique, and its sides are still moving apart, slowly but imperceptibly. The rift valley encapsulates tremendous changes in topographic diversity with its scarps and volcanoes, lakes, ancient granitic hills, flat desert landscapes and coral reefs and islets. The astounding view, as you approach from Nairobi is quite unbelievable.

The Rift Valley is home to eight lakes, of which three are freshwater and the rest alkaline. Of the latter, the shallow soda lakes of the Eastern Rift Valley have crystallised salt turning the shores white and are famous for the large flocks of flamingoes that feed on crustaceans

 
Masai Mara

When you think of a Kenya safari the Masai Mara is often your first thought, and rightly so.


Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the most popular tourism destinations in Kenya. The reserve is located in the Great Rift Valley in primarily open grassland.The Masai Mara National Reserve is part of the Mara - Serengeti ecosystem, which covers 25,000 Km2, and has fenceless borders with a number of private conservancies and Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.  Wildlife tends to be most concentrated on the reserve’s western escarpment.

This Reserve  is regarded as the jewel of Kenya’s wildlife viewing areas. The annual wildebeest’s migration alone involves over 1.5 million animals arriving in July and departing in November.

Concerned about the security of your booking and your own safety while on safari? You can be rest assured that your financial security when booking and your own personal safety when on safari is our highest priority. Peaks and Safaris is a member of the Kenya Association of Tour Operators bonding scheme , Eco Tourism Kenya,SheTrades & African Travel & Tourism Association.

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Nairobi, Kenya

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