Kenya Birding tours are spectacular throughout the year-round due to a large diversity of ecological zones and habitats.
Kenya is a major destination in Africa for birdwatching tours and wildlife adventures at any given time of year.
East Africa (Kenya, Uganda Tanzania) has some of the most excellent birdwatching destinations in the whole world. If you’ve ever considered taking a birdwatching or photography tour of a lifetime, then choosing Kenya as your birdwatching destination might be a perfect choice.
Kenya is a vast land of wonders ranging from rich cultures and jaw-dropping landscapes teeming with abundant wildlife, to historical sites and bustling towns.
Kenya birding tours are considered the best in Africa. There is plenty to see and to do for birders/birdwatchers of all types, from avid fans to relative beginners.
Kenya birdwatching tours provide lasting memories of East Africa due to its wealth of birding experiences
Kenya birding tours take birdwatching to its very basics; observing birds in their natural habitats in a relaxed way, we have competent bird guides, good selection of habitats for a variety of birds of Kenya; easy walks so that you are not cooped up in a tour van throughout your birding tour and flawless ground logistics are the hallmarks of our Kenya birding safaris
Our Kenya Birding tours spend more time in the places visited than most birdwatching safaris operators do, our focus is to let our birding clients have easy birdwatching by their ability and not at the pace, speed and pressure of a tour leader
Kenya currently boasts more than 1000 bird species, almost half the total number occurring in the whole of Africa. Kenya is rich in biological diversity
Kenya is one of the most awe-inspiring travel destination on the continent with more than 60 national parks and reserves, which are well-protected havens for some of the most unique wildlife on the planet
Kenya boost of a 500 km sunny coastline, those looking for a more laid-back tour will find azure waters and white sands in the islands of Mombasa,Lamu and Watamu where Kenya meets the Indian Ocean