Welcome to Kibera Holiday Safaris.

 

Kibera Holiday Safaris is a Kenyan safari company named after the second biggest slum in Africa "Kibera Slum". We provide provide Kenya safari tours and Tanzania Holiday safaris, Beach safaris, slums safaris, Bird watching safaris and photography safaris.

 

Kibera Slums Excursion Tour takes you to of Kibera slums. This tour is ideal for for everyone who wants to a have a real life experince in the largest slum in Kenya. This can be done before or after a safari or it can be a part of a City Tour.

 

We are friendly safari organizer that we will provide you with a personalized and custom tailor made Kenya Safari to suite your requirements and expectations. Our Kenya Safaris will take you to The most popular national parks in Kenya i.e

 Samburu Nationa Park   Lake Nakuru National Park
  Nairobi National Park   Aberdares National Park
 Sweetwaters Game Sanctuary   Amboseli National Park 
 Masai Mara Game Reserve.  Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Park

 

Masai Mara Game Reserve is the most popular Kenya safari destination; this is home to the Wildebeests Migration where the wildebeest Migrate from the Serengeti to Masai Mara in search of Water and Pasture. This Phenomenon is repeated every year in the Months of June, July and August.

 

We have pre planned Kenya Safari Packages for you but we also welcome your suggestions and ideas so that you can get your tailor made safari package.

 

Book a Kenya Safari with us today for a truly memorable safari adventure.Our experienced team will design an unforgettable and memorable Kenya Safari experience for you.

 

 Are you in Nairobi for a conference, meeting or you are making a stop over for a few days - we have several one day safaris that can fit your schedule - Please click here to view our 1 day Nairobi tour . If you are alone and would like to join a group for a safari we have daily departures to masai mara game reserve

 

Kibera Holiday Safaris is represented at Safari Bookings : +254 (773) 991070 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

 

 

Masai mara Game Reserve

Maasai Mara Game Reserve

The Maasai are a strongly independent people who still value tradition and ritual as an integral part of their everyday lives. They regard themselves not just as residents of this area but that they are as much a part of the life of the land as the land is part of their lives.  Traditionally, the Maasai rarely hunt and living alongside wildlife in harmony is an important part of their beliefs. Lions and Wildebeest play as important a role in their cultural beliefs as their own herds of cattle. This unique co-existence of man and wildlife makes this Maasai land one of the world’s most unique wilderness regions.

At the heart of these lands is the Maasai Mara Game Reserve, widely considered to be Africa’s greatest wildlife reserve. The Mara comprises 200 sq miles of open plains, woodlands and riverine forest. Contiguous with the plains of the Serengeti, the Mara is home to a breathtaking array of life. The vast grassland plains are scattered with herds of Zebra, Giraffe, Gazelle, and Topi. The Acacia forests abound with Birdlife and Monkeys. Elephants and Buffalo wallow in the wide Musiara Swamp. The Mara and Talek rivers are brimming with Hippos and Crocodiles. Each year the Mara plays host to the world’s greatest natural spectacle, the Great Wildebeest Migration from the Serengeti. From July to October, the promise of rain and fresh life giving grass in the north brings more than 1.3 million Wildebeest together into a single massive herd. They pour across the border into the Mara, making a spectacular entrance in a surging column of life that stretches from horizon to horizon.

At the Mara River they mass together on the banks before finally plunging forward through the raging waters, creating a frenzy as they fight against swift currents and waiting crocodiles.  The wildebeest bring new life to the Mara, not just through their cycle of regeneration of the grasslands, but for the predators who follow the herds.  The Mara has been called the Kingdom of Lions and these regal and powerful hunters dominate these grasslands. Cheetah are also a common sight in the Mara, as are Hyena and smaller predators such as Jackals. The Mara is an awesome natural wonder, a place where Maasai warriors share the plains with hunting lions, a place of mighty herds and timeless cycles of life, death and regeneration. The Mara is probably the best serviced of all Kenyan Parks and Reserves with a wide range of Accommodation for any budget. The reserve is ideal for game drives, and some lodges and camps offer walks and balloon safaris.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli is a Land of Giants.

This is a place of wide dry plains, where the horizons stretch into the furthest distance and become one with the sky. Amboseli is renowned for its elephant populations and large herds, including some impressively tusked bulls are drawn to a series of large, lush swamplands.

Samburu National Reserve

The landscape of the Samburu area is beautiful – arid and scrubby with magnificent mountains in the background. The three reserves of Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs are situated about 350 kms north of Nairobi.

Hell's Gate National Park

Naivasha is just over an hour from Nairobi.  There is an airstrip in Naivasha, with charter flights available. Some lodges and guesthouses here  have private airstrips. Many hotels and lodges here can organize transfers from Nairobi to  Naivasha.

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