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Kenya Tours

Discover the most beautiful landscapes and magnificent scenery in Africa. Kenya is the perfect place to head on a breathtaking game drive with a safari vehicle. Visit savannas overflowing with wildlife, discover snow-capped equatorial mountains, and meet traditional people who bring beauty and soul to the Earth.

Embark on a safari adventure to discover magical landscapes and exotic wildlife in the heart of Africa!


Get ready for a captivating cultural and safari experience as you travel to Kenya, a beautiful country located in the lap of East Africa. With abundant wildlife, thriving vibrant cultures, and warm hospitality, Kenya should be on your list if you seek an authentic African experience. It is a dream destination for those who love wildlife safaris and encounters with local tribes. Talking about safaris, travelers run towards Kenya if they want to spot wildlife at its best, especially the famous Big Five. One of the most famous places to experience this is the Maasai Mara National Reserve, popular for the annual migration, to witness which is a lifetime opportunity. Get glimpses of wildebeests, zebras, and other herbivores crossing the beautiful Mara River. Enjoy a guided game drive and spot the Big Five alongside learning about the culture of local tribes. Another place where you can experience a thrilling wildlife safari is Amboseli National Park, boasting of the stunning backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak. The snow-capped summit over the vast savannah creates a dramatic vista, perfect for the kind of pictures you might want to show to your friends later! The park's swamps, flat plains, and acacia woodlands create a diverse landscape. It is famous for seeing the large elephant herds roaming freely in their natural habitat across the grassy plains. These majestic creatures contribute sightings that are unforgettable, with Mt. Kilimanjaro in the background. Famous wildlife spotted in Amboseli include cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, lions, and leopards. The park's diverse ecosystem is also home to flamingos, pelicans, and various other species of birds. The wildlife encounters sure are eye-pleasing and surprising, but cultural encounters are heart-warming. Discovering the country's rich culture is surely a memorable experience. The Maasai people, known for their red attire and distinct traditions, are the most well-known tribes in Kenya. Visitors can interact with the courageous Maasai warriors and learn about their centuries-old customs. If you wish to immerse deeper in the local culture, pay a visit to tribal villages in Turkana and Samburu, or introduce yourself to coastal communities of Lamu Island, providing insights into these indigenous groups' daily rituals, lives, and craftsmanship. You may take part in activities like pottery, beadwork, and weaving workshops or simply have one-on-one conversations to have a deeper understanding of Kenya's local cultures. These ritual sand traditions breathe amidst the awe-inspiring natural beauty of Kenya. From the picturesque Great Rift Valley to the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya, the nation treasures natural beauty like no other. With natural beauty comes a piece of good news for adventure enthusiasts. The Aberdare Range is the perfect place for hiking and birdwatching, with its dense forests, waterfalls, and dramatic views. The Chyulu Hills, with its rolling green hills and volcanic terrains, provide a sensational backdrop for outdoor activities like horseback riding and guided nature walks. Apart from the lush jungles and national parks, you can also experience beach bliss in Kenya. Adorned with azure waters and pristine white-sand beaches along the country's coastline along the Indian Ocean offers several opportunities to relax and indulge in adventure as well. Places like Diani Beach, Malindi, and Watamu are popular beach resorts offering a serene environment for sun-seekers. Visitors can enjoy various water sports like snorkeling, diving, and deep-sea fishing. For marine life lovers, a visit to the famous Marine National Park in Malindi reveals a vibrant underwater world swarming with coral reefs, dolphins, tropical fish, and turtles. The alluring beaches of Lamu Island offer a unique blend of Swahili, Arab, and European influences boasting their historical architecture, breezy alleyways, and traditional dhow sailing experiences. Also, on your visit to Kenya, don't forget to visit the dynamic capital city, Nairobi. The metropolis shares a vibrant atmosphere offering a mix of cultural attractions, modern amenities, and wildlife encounters. While you are here, visit the Karen Blixen Museum and the Nairobi National Museum to quench the thirst of the history buff in you. Explore the Giraffe Centre to learn about the conservation efforts and have up-close encounters with giraffes and elephants. With an array of galleries, markets, and a thriving food scene, Nairobi is just perfect. Whether you choose a wildlife safari experience, delve into history, or just relax at the beaches, Kenya stands as a remarkable tourist destination awaiting your arrival.

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1. When is the best time to visit Kenya?

The best time to visit Kenya is June to October, when you can witness the annual wild beast migration. January and February are also great months to visit Kenya since the weather is favorable and wildlife is easier to spot. March and May bring heavy rainfalls, so you can have hard luck spotting the wildlife.


2. What are the top things to do in Kenya?

  1. Go on a wildlife safari

Famous for wildlife safaris and large national parks, a wildlife safari experience in Kenya is something you can't afford to miss. The country is known for its wide variety of animal species spread across the national park, like Maasai Mara, Tsavo, Amboseli, and Samburu. Here you can spot the big five: lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, buffalo, and many other species.


2. Explore the beautiful Nairobi

The capital city of Nairobi offers a unique fusion of traditions and modernity.  You can visit Karen Blixen Museum and David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. You can spot a variety of wildlife ranging from African buffalo, black rhino, to lion and giraffe in Nairobi National Park. It has great nightlife scenes with outstanding restaurants, bars, and bustling markets. Culture, heritage, beautiful skyline, and wildlife, you name it and Nairobi has it.


3. Drive across the Great Rift Valley

Discover the stunning landscapes of the Great Rift Valley running through Kenya. Explore Lake Naivasha, renowned for its extravagant birdlife and thrilling boat safaris. Visit Lake Bogoria and have the opportunity to see flamingos and enjoy hot springs. You can also hike, rock climb, or cycle in the Hells Gate National Park.


4. Enjoy the sun, sea, and sand at Diani

Who says Kenya is all about wildlife? The horizons extend to beaches as well!  Situated along the south Kenya coast, Diani offers one of the best beach-going experiences in the country. With Jade waters, pristine beaches, quirky beachfront restaurants, and endless water sports opportunities like snorkeling, kitesurfing, jet skiing, and more, this place is a great choice for the ones looking for a tropical escape.


5. Explore Lamu Archipelago   

Sail a dhow on Lamu Island, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its Swahili culture and beautifully preserved architecture. The island takes you back in time as you explore the rich heritage of the locals here. Narrow streets of the town, being a part of local festivities, and relaxing at pristine beaches, there's a lot you can do.


3. How to reach Kenya from North America?

Flight is the easiest way to reach Kenya from the USA and Canada. Regular flights are from New York, Dallas, Toronto, and more to Nairobi in Kenya.


4. What to wear during wildlife safaris?

It is best to wear T-shirts and jeans during a safari as they are comfortable for the whole experience. Carry a hat and a light jacket, and apply lots of sunscreen. It would be best to choose dark clothes like green, brown, or black to blend with the environment and not distract animals.


5. Is a visa required to travel to Kenya?

You must apply for an e-visa at least two weeks before your travel date. It is quick and easy to apply online. 

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Kenya Tour Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
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William Krug
Discover East Africa
Amazing trip! Guide was great at finding wildlife, lodges were great. Can’t compare in terms of overall experience!
15 December, 2023
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Dorcas Maria Perez
Picturesque Solo Kenya Tour
Life-changing trip, supported by a top-notch experience from Indus Travels. The logistics, travel services, accommodations, tour guides, tour experiences, and itinerary exceeded my greatest expectations. Cannot wait to tour with them again!
01 December, 2023
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Karen Lynn Caldwell
Amazing East Africa
I've always wanted to see Africa and I finally had the chance to go on a Safari with Indus Travels. I was so glad I did! The tour was everything I had hoped it would be and more. The lodges were great, the guides were amazing, and the scenery at Serengeti was breathtaking. Nairobi was a bit more crowded than I expected, but it was still an amazing experience. I would definitely recommend this tour to anyone who wants to experience the African Safari!
09 June, 2023
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Allison Chase
Picturesque Kenya
my trip exceeded my expectation. the only negative was my flights, I had too long a layover both ways in Frankfurt. I would have paid an additional amount for a better travel itinerary.
27 March, 2023
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Catherine Ann Dean
East African Explorer
Indus lived up to its promises with this trip.
25 August, 2019
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Angela Radley Taylor
East African Explorer
Everything was fantastic but be prepared for high step-ups and bumpy roads (a few bruises are part of the experience)!
19 May, 2019
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Alfredo Luis Tovar
Classic Kenya Safari
Fantastic tour, all and more than was expected.
10 September, 2018

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