Let’s Go on a Safari! Maasai Mara safaris, Amboseli, and Samburu Game Reserve
Kenya is the home of exciting safaris. Amboseli, Samburu, and Maasai mara safaris provide unforgettable experiences for both local and international guests. Kenya boasts of the most unique places; the world’s largest permanent desert lake in Turkana, Amboseli National Park, and the annual migration at the Maasai mara. Overall, Kenya has over 50 reserves and parks with almost every kind of wildlife especially the big five. Equitorialstar has packages that combine the best of Kenyan safaris and the most interesting sites from East Africa.
The coast is full of sandy beaches both public and private with an always summer climate. Couple Maasai mara safaris with beach fun and you have a trip worth remembering for the rest of your life.
Our Masai mara, Samburu, and Amboseli safaris offer the best wildlife viewing opportunities in Africa. You’ll get to see more wildlife species than any nature documentary or movie can portray. EquitorialStar guides know the best nooks and crannies where the odds of seeing even the shyest of wild animals’ skyrocket.
Maasai Mara Safaris – Masai Mara National Reserve
The mara is one of the seven wonders of the world due to the spectacular annual migration of wild animals. However, the magic doesn’t stop there. In the Maasai mara, you’ll get to see the big five of Africa, countless other wildlife species, the Maasai warriors, and a plethora of bird species, etc.
Amboseli and Samburu National Reserve Safari Tours – Explore More of Kenya
If you’re looking for a more roomy and less crowded Kenyan safari, then Amboseli and Samburu safaris are for you. While not as famous as the mara, these two parks offer a vast, seemingly boundless space for wildlife viewing. In other words, get ready to have a unique and more personal wildlife viewing experience.
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Extraordinary 5-Day Masai Mara Safari, Lake Nakuru and Naivasha DAY 1: Nairobi to Masai Mara An early morning drive from Nairobi by heading south to the Masai Mara game reserve. The drive to the Masai