Kenya and Tanzania cheetah safaris recommendations today? 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.
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.
Short & Long Haul Kenya Safari Holidays: Whether you are looking for a family safari holiday, a day-long safari adventure or a 2-week Kenya safari expedition, you can be sure that Cheetah Revolution Safaris will have the package that suits you. Take a look at our selection of Kenya Wildlife Safaris below to find your dream African safari. Most of our short and long haul safaris cover major parks in Kenya including the award-winning Masai Mara National Reserve, Amboseli National Park to view the Mt. Kilimanjaro, Samburu National Reserve home to the special five, Lake Nakuru National Park home to the white rhinos and greater and lesser flamingos, Lake Bogoria National Reserve home to the greater and lesser flamingos, Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks, Aberdares and Mt. Kenya National Parks, Olpejeta Conservancies and Nairobi National Park. Find additional information on Kenya Safaris. Security level: In general, all 4 destinations can be considered safe, but you have to consider some tips: be careful about valuable objects, do not leave with a lot of cash from the hotel, do not venture into less touristy places. If you are opting for a holiday in a resort, you should not worry too much, but cities need to pay more attention to st. In recent times, more problems have been reported in Nairobi. security, so it would be good to pay more attention if you decide to visit the state capital of Kenya.
Africa is a fabulous destination if you are looking for raw wildlife exploration. Tanzania and Zanzibar, It’s hard to believe that one country can offer such spectacular bush and beach. This is one of our firm favourite shorter itineraries, with the last part spent relaxing on the beach. Fly into Arusha before heading to stay overnight at Lake Manyara, where your introduction to Africa will hopefully include tree-climbing lions, elephant, giraffe, and a plethora of birdlife. Then it’s off to the world-renowned Serengeti, with its vast, game-rich plains. The Ngorongoro Crater, an ancient volcano, that is basically a natural ‘bowl’ filled with wildlife, has to be seen to be believed. After getting our fill of the incredible bush and fantastic animals, it’s back to Arusha, and a quick flight to the island of Zanzibar.
Seaside area – tens and hundreds of resorts stretch along the white beaches and the green sea and permanently warm to the north and south of Mombassa. Diani Beach is generally considered to be the best beach in the area, but do not expect an experience typical of large seaside resorts – there are not many areas with bars, discos, restaurants, all concentrated within the resort. The city on the coast of Mombassa is quite dangerous and it is best to visit the group. Mount Kenya – Did you climb Kilimanjaro and did you like it? Try the younger brother, Mount Kenya. The landscapes will make you not regret the few hours of cardio. Nairobi – the combination of modern and traditional you will probably like. It is not an impressive city, but it is an experience in itself. You should not miss the Giraffe Center, where you can get closer to the giraffes and, if you give them a little food, you will feel their tongue extremely dry on your fingers. See extra info on https://cheetahsafaris.co.ke/.