Here’s a real-life experience of what it feels like on ‘Animal Planet’ live! The genuine heart of Africa, Kenya embodies everything you’ve imagined this wonderful continent to be, and some more. Granted, with its dense forests and abundant wildlife, it seems a scene right out of ‘Wild Kingdom’, but like nature itself, Kenya hides its treasures well. Spectacular sanctuaries aside, an hour’s flight out of Nairobi would take you to empty white sandy beaches at Diani, Watamu or Lamu.

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Untamed Kenya

The lakes in Kenya attracts some of the most stunning birds and along with it, a host of other wildlife. A boat ride along the lake will give you a chance to spot wildlife from close up. The grassland of Maasai Mara is the perfect place to spot the big five. Dinner under the stars and in the warm light of the flickering candles, your nights in Kenyan parks are nothing short of magical. You are never too far away from wildlife even while in the lodges in Kenya. In the dark of the night, a herd of elephants is probably converging to a waterhole in the vicinity of the lodge.

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Best time to Visit

Summer, from December through March is the optimum and the best time for safari and wildlife viewing. The annual migration of wildlife beasts between Serengeti National Park in Tanzania and Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya takes place between July and October. Migration reaches the Masai Mara in July and remains until October when they recede to the Serengeti in Tanzania.  The southern part of Kenya enjoys rainy seasons in the end of April to mid-July and from September to mid-October. In the north, it is from July to September. This season also can be good times to travel as there are fewer visitors and you can admire the striking emerald vegetation of Kenya. December can good view of migratory birds and new born animals. The rains are pretty much unpredictable here in kenya. If you are planning to hit the beaches, Untravel recommends you to avoid the coastline during the March to late May season, as temperatures and rainfall are at their peak.

How to reach

There are five main airports in Kenya, and a number of airstrips. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the main international airport, and it is located in capital Nairobi.

Comparatively the fastest and comfortable manner of transportation in Kenya is by planes. There are a few domestic airlines to choose from that link the most popular safari destinations and provide services to cities. Many of the roads in rural part are not in good condition, particularly in the wet seasons when these roads often become impassable.