Wildlife is a prime attraction in Kenyan safaris that take guests to some of Africa’s most well known national parks including the Masai Mara, Tsavo, Amboseli, Samburu and Lake Nakuru.

There are more than two dozen national parks falling within Kenya's borders, making it the most popular safari destination in all of Africa. The Kenya Wildlife Services has done much to ensure that the parks are kept pristine and the poachers are kept out. Consequently, though Kenya's parks are the continent's most visited, they are also among the richest in natural beauty and wildlife.

The annual migration of wildlife between Serengeti National Park in Tanzania and Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya takes place between June and September. The migration of almost two million wildebeest, zebras and other species is nature's greatest spectacle on earth. The animal trek has been captured by filmmakers worldwide.

On average 6 to 10 days is usually adequate to do a safari covering Kenya's key attractions. One can take more days, depending on budget and interests to cover more of the many diversities the country offers. Many people enjoy a week or more relaxing at the coast after an inland safari. Tanzania is just next door and a cross-boarder safari can be quite exciting and organised in tandem to your Kenyan safari.