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Kenya continues to uphold its reputation as one of Africa’s most popular safari destinations for wildebeest migration safaris, first-ever, and family safaris.
Why is Kenya such a popular safari destination?
Kenya is one of the most popular destinations to see the wildebeest migration which collects in the Maasai Mara National Reserve July through September and MTT offers some of the best tailor-made Safari tours to Kenya. But Kenya also suffers from a reputation for budget safaris by minivan in an overly commercialized Maasai Mara. As for all travel destinations, you must know where to go. Private conservancies with tented camps of excellent standards are the best options for the Mara area. The added benefit of remaining outside the national reserve in a private conservancy is that walking safaris are possible.


Laikipia, Amboseli and Tsavo National Parks

The Laikipia Plateau in the north provides additional walking opportunities or camel safaris with the Samburu people. Amboseli National Park with its dramatic backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro is a renowned site of elephant research. West and East Tsavo National Parks are one of the largest elephant habitats on the continent.

MTT recommends six to ten day itineraries which include at least four of Kenya’s highlights. For example, Nairobi; the Rift Valley (Navaisha); Amboseli National Park; and the Mara National Reserve. Or, as another example, Nairobi; West Tsavo National Park; Amboseli National Park; and the Mara National Reserve. With more time, you can add a stop in Laikipia such as the Sweetwater’s Game Reserve and Chimpanzee Sanctuary. Kenya itineraries often include travel by air as well as by road.


Nairobi, for all its traffic gridlock, remains the safari hub with the most things to do. A must-see destination in Nairobi is the Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. Become a donor of the orphanage and earn the privilege of joining other foster parents at special visiting hours.

Kenyan Culture

Kenya has at least 40 different ethnic African groups, among them the colourful Maasai, Samburu and Turkana peoples. The Lamu archipelago on Kenya’s east coast rivals Tanzania’s Zanzibar for an education in Swahili culture.

MTT’s Director made her first visit to Kenya in 1990. A trip MTT made through Kenya’s Northern Frontier with its colorful Samburu and Turkana peoples and another 12-day trip which crossed West and East Tsavo National Parks on foot still rate among its most adventurous safaris EVER.

MTT is a small company, the advantage of which is quick decision-making ability, room for lots of flexibility, and personalized service. Broad experience and knowledge of more than one African country makes MTT a qualified consultant for anyone seeking to combine Kenya with other countries.

Kenya has been a leader of African tourism for a long time. Like Tanzania and Uganda, the culture is innately hospitable and service oriented. There is a range of accommodation to fit every budget and taste.

The final cost of a safari depends upon many factors: length of the safari; accommodation choice; seasonal rates for accommodation; safari vehicle rental; fuel; driver and guide expenses; local flights; airport transfers; and park, community and activity fees.

Operators which offer set departures and itineraries which don’t alter greatly throughout the year can provide safaris already priced on their websites. MTT’s specialty is bespoke safari services. Each itinerary is personal and its cost varies. However, the guideline for a good value, mid-range safari in Kenya is similar to Tanzania, between 480 – 650 USD per person per day.

MTT LTD accepts Visa and MC credit cards, debit cards, and PayPal through its online invoicing and payment system operated by 3G Direct Pay.