Top African safaris with CheetahSafaris? While in Nairobi on a short visit, You might have an interest in visiting the closest destinations within and around Nairobi. Our Safaris to Lake Naivasha and Lake Nakuru National Park, offer you a feel and touch of safari out of Nairobi for a day or 2 days. Explore the Rift Valley Destination, to spot the greater and lesser flamingos, rhinos, leopards, lions, giraffes, and much more. Visit Lake Naivasha for boat rides and crescent island excursions, game walk, and spot hippos while enjoying boat ride views. Get a better view of the Great Rift Valley Escarpment at Mai Mahiu View Point while on your way to Naivasha or Lake Nakuru National Park. With a stay at Lake Nakuru National Park or Lake Naivasha, you can visit the neighboring destinations such as Lake Elementaita, Soysambu Conservancy, and Aberdares National Park.
Africa is a fabulous location if you are searching for raw wildlife feeling. None of the most popular safari destinations – South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania and Botswana – has travel advisories against them, but check smarttraveller.gov.au for updates before you travel. Health-wise, ebola is a non-issue: the World Health Organisation declared the 2014-15 outbreak officially over early last year and it was on the opposite side of this vast continent anyway. Even if you travel regularly to developing countries and keep up to date with vaccines such as tetanus, it’s wise to see your GP or a travel specialist such as the Travel Doctor (traveldoctor.com.au) at least six weeks before your trip to discuss possible health issues in the areas you’ll be visiting.
Kenya safari advice : Kenya is the country where you must come to discover the richest African wildlife. When you get to Masai Mara National Park, you just have to turn your head and immediately you will encounter an antelope, a giraffe, a zebra. But Kenya has many more national parks that are not the same – each with its own specificity. The coasts of the Indian Ocean have that fine white sand and big, green phosphorescence that every European dreams about, especially when in the old continent it is cold and sad. Along the coast (as in Tanzania), an extremely rich civilization developed from the contact between Arab merchants and locals of color. The historical traces can be found in Mombassa, but especially in Lamu, this traditional small town, isolated for centuries on an island not far from the border with Somalia.
If you are on the lookout for a safari that will show you some of the world’s most fascinating wildlife first hand, then look no further. The range of Kenya wildlife safaris that we have available at Cheetah Revolution Safaris can quench your thirst for exploration. Home to the best Big Five Wildlife species such as the Lions, Leopards, Elephants Rhinos, and others. Special Five Wildlife species from Samburu National Reserve such as the Beisa Oryx, Reticulated Giraffe, Grevy Zebra, and other fantastic species. With endless savannah plains, amazing cultures, and beautiful sceneries to absorb, there’s plenty to see and do on a Cheetah Safari. Discover extra details on Kenya and Tanzania Safaris.
The second largest city in Kenya is Mombasa, a landmark with history, since the twelfth century an important trading center for Arab vessels. In the 15th century, Vasco da Gama, the famous Portuguese explorer, is considered the first white man to set foot here. The old town has a distinct, exotic and at the same time familiar air, a mixture of cultures, the predominant being the Arab one. For a break of time in the true sense of the word, visit Kenya!
Explore the best that East Africa has to offer with bespoke safaris, excursions and tours from Cheetah Safaris. Whether you’re fulfilling a life long dream of seeing your favourite animal in the wild or you’re a seasoned safari goer, we can create extraordinary experiences that capture the heart of East Africa. Safari Destinations: At Cheetah Safaris, we live and breathe safari adventure, offering excursions across some of Africa’s top destinations. Visit East Africa’s iconic wildlife parks across Kenya, Tanzania or Uganda, where an abundance of the worlds magnificent wildlife can be spotted from afar and the spectacular landscapes will leave you in awe. Discover more info at here.