Kenya's Top 5 Places to Visit on Your African Safari

By Liz Donahey | May 15


Kenya's Top 5 Places to Visit on Your African Safari

Masai Mara. Mount Kilimanjaro. Samburu & Beyond 

From the Africa's wildlife in the Masai Mara to the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, take a journey through our top 5 African safari destinations in Kenya, the gateway to Eastern Africa.


1. Masai Mara, Kenya: Best Places to See African Wildlife and Game

There is a very good reason the Masai Mara is such a popular safari destination. It is hands down the best place to see wildlife in Kenya. It is... Discover More


2. Amboseli: The Majestic Mount Kilimanjaro

Have you ever dreamed of waking up in your safari tent, and seeing the snows of Kilimanjaro from your bed? Amboseli National Park is where you can... Discover more


3. Mount Kenya in Laikipia: Elevated Adventures

This is an up and coming wildlife area of Kenya. The Laikipia National Park was created on November 8, 2011 and is a very new national park. It is...Discover More


4. Samburu: African Animal Oasis Amid a Lava Field

Samburu's Ewaso Nyiro River in Kenya sustains an oasis amid an arid lava field, attracting animals from far and wide. Among those attracted, many leopards... Discover More



5. Nairobi: Gateway to Eastern Africa

This is one of the main gateways to Eastern Africa and gives you access not only to Kenya, but also Tanzania, Uganda, and Rwanda. It also provides...Discover More

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AUTHOR BIO | Liz Donahey

Liz is Bushtracks' Digital Marketing Manager. Like an online safari guide, Liz, helps travelers navigate the often complex landscape of African travel by keeping www.bushtracks.com up to date and creating online communities where returning Bushtracks travelers can continue their adventures by learning more about Africa and connecting with others who love all things African. When she’s not busy blogging about the latest goings-on in Kenya or Zambia, you’ll find Liz enjoying the company of her three little girls, husband and kennel of golden retrievers. Prior to joining Bushtracks in 2013, Liz spent the last decade exploring the uncharted terrain of digital marketing and information technology, creating online marketing roadmaps and platforms, and teaching part time as an Assistant Professor at Dominican University of California.

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