East African Safari? Are you planning an East African holiday safari tour now or in future?, You are guaranteed to find the best in terms of wildlife viewing, scenic landscapes and close up cultural encounters on a Kenya safari tour. Kenya is diverse and is a miniature representation of the entire African continent.
East Africa is widely known for it’s magnificent national parks and outstanding game reserves to its being host to two of Africa’s highest mountains, the rift valley lakes and world famous blue beaches, Kenya stands out as Africas’ Top safari holiday destination . World Travelers in search of authentic wildlife adventure and relaxation visit Kenya throughout the year.
East Africa for Pallid Safaris offers an array of exciting low priced safari tour packages ranging in duration, variety of national parks and number of persons. So, how do you ensure that you get the best safari price and value for money from your Kenya safari tour operator?
In most cases being on a solo safari gets a bit costly since you end up covering most costs alone, so it would be advisable you visit Kenya with a friend to share costs especially of hiring the safari vehicle.
To have at least four full days on game drives will give you enough time to see an incredible amount of wildlife. Tack on arrival and departure days, travel to and from the national parks and reserves, and we think the optimal time for your safari experience is 6-7 days.
Pallid safaris air safari Packages include all flying safaris to wildlife parks and Game reserves in Kenya from either Mombasa or Nairobi.
This are luxury air safaris which offers maximum wildlife views due to short time spent in connecting to game parks.
Links by air are available to all major national parks and game reserves in Kenya in pursuit of wildlife viewing.
Our flight packages from Mombasa or Nairobi include the use of 4×4 land cruisers for game drives.
Demand is always high for this type of Kenya flying safari packages and its advisable to make your booking in good time.
Kenya Flying safari packages can also be customized to involve road driving in occasions where next safari destination does not have landing ground for light air crafts.
East Africa for the first timers these safaris get you straight to Africa’s best-known wildlife, including most of the Big Five, and needn’t break the bank in the process.
The Masai Mara is a northern extension of Tanzania’s Serengeti, and the huge herds of wildebeest and other grazers that arrive from July to October dominate the park’s ecology in a similar way. This jaw-dropping spectacle is a magnet for predators; there is no better place to notch up lion and cheetah in double-quick time, helped by the open terrain and the cats’ ease around vehicles. Other draw-cards include elephant, giraffe and rare black rhinos.
The Serengeti is arguably the best-known wildlife spectacle on the planet. Everything that applies to the Masai Mara – its northern extension – applies here, from the scale of the great migration to the ease of sighting predators. Except that the Serengeti, at nearly 15,000 sq km, is nearly ten times bigger, which means that its plains are that much more ‘endless’ and there is a greater habitat variety.
The Laikipia Plateau lies at the southern boundary of Kenya’s northern frontier, with dramatic views of snow-capped Mt Kenya to the south. With similar wildlife to that in nearby parks of Meru, Samburu and Buffalo Springs, it comprises around a dozen private concessions, notably the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, that have joined forces in one enormous conservation initiative.
This protects one of Kenya’s healthiest wildlife populations, with elephant, buffalo and all the major predators in good numbers, plus reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra and more than half the country’s black rhinos.
Witness the majesty of the world-famous Wildebeest Migration on the Masai Mara, see the sun rise over Kilimanjaro in Ambosel National Park, look for black and white rhinoceros at Lake Nakuru, and visit one of the few places on earth where you can see the Big Five and chimpanzees in the same day with Pallid Safaris.
East African safari, contact us for and advice from one of our expert consultants who knows the destination first-hand and can answer your queries from personal experience.