Safari Adventure in Kenya


If you’re looking for a fun and exotic vacation, look no further! Whether alone, with a partner, or in a group, you’re going to love a Safari adventure in Kenya. It’s one of the world’s premium safari destinations. It’s known to be one of the best countries in East Africa to get a real African safari experience. You can find over 50 National Parks and Reserves throughout the country.


South Africa


About 8% of Kenya’s land mass is protected for wildlife viewing. There’s nowhere better for close encounters with animals ranging from elephants, ostriches, and leopards, in their natural habitat. Kenya is home to over a hundred species of mammals and more than 1,000 bird species, including over 75 birds of prey. They are also home to a number of less well-known species like the spotted and striped serval or the tuft-eared caracal.


tuft-eared caracal


Other unusual animals include the civet and genet. Also, termite eaters such as the aardvark and pangolins may be found. You never know what you’ll come across in Kenya. This is a million times better than going to the zoo! It’s definitely an adventure you’ll never forget.









Planning a vacation can get overwhelming at times. Especially when you have an idea of what you’d like to do but not sure of where to stay or what extra activities to plan for. Mojhi has helped thousands of adventurers plan their dream vacation. They will do all the hard work for you by finding, planning, and booking your adventure. The process is so simple too! You can browse their website to get some ideas and prices. You can search by adventure, activity, and/or by location. They have some beautiful photos of different adventures and destinations.  If you have any questions or wish to speak with an agent, they have 24/7 customer support. You can also book your trip online without the hassle of speaking with anyone!




Mojhi is a platform to make adventure activities accessible to everyone by providing a comprehensive, location specific listing of adventures and operators, ratings, reviews, and a community section for seeking help from experts and other users.




There are tons of adventurous destinations to choose from with Mojhi. But along your journey, I would suggest stopping at the Maasai Mara National Reserve. This is the place where The Big Cat Diary on BBC TV was filmed at. This is a must-see show, especially if you love to watch animals in their natural habitat. Unfortunately, this show is no longer producing new episodes but if you’d like to read more about previous episodes, you can visit BBC TV for more information.



The best time of the year to visit Maasai Mara is from January to March or July to October. This is an excellent time for wildlife viewing as the animals tend to gather in huge numbers around the water holes, rivers, and lakes due to a dry season. Also, the vegetation is less dense which makes it easier to view the wildlife from afar.


Serengeti African Elephants


From July to October, you will see one of the most magnificent events take place through the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. The annual wildebeest’s migration takes place. This comprises of thousands of wildebeests, zebras, gazelles, and other animals in a stampede for grazing land. This is nothing short of amazing!


wildebeest’s migration


Maasai Mara is an all year round destination with the big cats and all the big game still browsing around. No matter what time of the year, try to plan at least a three-day safari so you don’t miss anything.


Rhinoceros in Africa




One of my favorite places in Kenya to stay at is the Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge. This lodge is famous for being among the World’s Most Photographic Lodges. They can’t deny its beauty! The lodge is unique as it sets in the heart of the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary overlooking a waterhole and the vast Tsavo plans.


Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge TSAVO 1


Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge TSAVO 5


All 96 rooms are elevated on stilts and built across two levels. This is what caught my attention when speaking with Mojhi’s customer service team. They were able to give me all the details of the lodge that I was looking for.


Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge TSAVO 3


Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge TSAVO 2


Depending on how many days you will be visiting your destinations, you will be able to choose from a selection of lodges and campsites. I like how Mojhi offers accommodations for budget, mid-range camps, and luxury lodges.


Mojhi Accommodations


With over 4,000 adventures and 350 operators across 3 countries, Mojhi is sure to find an adventure that you just can’t pass up!


Traveling with a professional guide can make a world of difference! Mojhi can help arrange a tailor-made safari with experienced guides. They will give you a personalized itinerary which can include transportation, accommodations, meals, and more. They always offer the best pricing. They work closely with adventure tour operators to ensure you are getting the best adventure for your money. Be sure to contact them and take advantage of any last minute deals!


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Are you wanting to plan a Safari Adventure with your kids?
Check out these must-know tips for a family Safari vacation!


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57 thoughts on “Best African Safari Tours in Kenya”

  1. theterrificfive

    Oh my goodness I would love this trip to the safari! It’s so awesome to be up close and personal with the animals. I would especially like to experience the wildebeests’ migration, that must be a magnificent sight to see!

  2. Kimberly @ Berly's Kitchen

    This looks absolutely amazing! You have some great photos (some are really close to those animals). Lol! It’s so neat that you can lodge right there at the safari, too.

  3. jmanandmillerbug

    Oh my gosh this would be amazing! I have been to Africa but not kenya! It is on my bucket list to go. It looks like this would be such an amazing trip.

  4. I would love to go on an African Safari adventure. I’ve seen lot of blog articles with people describing their experience. I will have to discuss this with my husband. I am sure he’d love to go too.

  5. I have never had a safari adventure. It may be a wonderful experience in my life. Thank you very much for giving me useful information about every aspect of a adventure: destinations, accommodations, booking…..

  6. This experience seems like it would be amazing. I would love the up close safari experience, but definitely would be nervous. The lodge looks amazing and unique. I would love to document my stay there!

  7. Going on a safari trip is on my bucket list ! The accommodations alone sold me, were you afraid of being so close with the animals?

  8. A safari is on my bucketlist. This lodge would be the spot! Thank you for sharing some pictures that Civet is some interesting creature.

  9. Our neighbors went on a safari last year and haven’t stopped talking about it! Seeing all of the animals in their native environment was a dream come true. I’ve loved seeing all of their photos, especially of the elephants. x

  10. Nay @ beautyaddictmama

    Great pictures, it looks like such a lovely place to stay. I hope to go on safari one day when my children are old enough to leave with someone or come alone as right now they are too little.

  11. These pictures are awesome and I can’t wait to go on a Safari with my family. I’d like to see the wild life, I guess one have to go on a Safari at least one time in his life.

  12. No words can ever explain how beautiful this place is. The scenery and the animals are marvelous. It surely will bring you to a feeling that you could not get in the city. This is now in my bucket list.

  13. I’ve definitely never traveled to somewhere as adventurous as Kenya. The Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge looks like a wonderful place to bed down after a day of adventure.

  14. I am sure that I would love going on a Safari. And I admit that the lodge there looks pretty amazing. It’s just so cool to see all of that wildlife directly out the windows of the lodge.

  15. I grew up watching tarzan and cheta on TV and I have always wanter to go on a safari. It will never happen unless I win the lottery but its a dream

  16. This would be an awesome vacation. I love watching the animals. They are just beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing this information. God Bless

  17. Ooh this has always been one of my dreams!! Just seeing everything in its natural habitat and seeing so many exotic creatures! Super neat!

  18. this would be a trip of a life time……………. My sister and I have talked about doing something like this for years. BUDGET BUDGET 🙂

  19. A fun way to spend winter while the wind is howling and the snow coming down is to be cuddled up researching a safari! Wow, this is all so nice. I’ve never heard of some of these critters like the PANGOLIN and never saw a picture of one, either.

  20. I would LOVE to go to Africa! I have a friend that went and said it was one of the most amazing trips he’s been on!

  21. I would really like to go on a safari someday. And a pangolin has to be the strangest looking animal EVER, lol.

  22. As a nature photographer this would be the dream of a lifetime, but as a disabled person this may very well cost me my life. I have a friends from Kenya that has explained to me from the spiders and snakes that frequent your hotels, to the elephants and big cats seen on safari, everything can and will kill if provoked.

  23. wow what a great adventure. i love safaris and i have never been to kenya but have heard a lot of amazing stories from friends and family. thanks for sharing this information now i can plan better.

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