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    Aberdare National Park
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    Amboseli National Park
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    Lake Naivasha
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    Maasai Mara National Reserve
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A show-stopping safari through Kenya's most emblematic and wildlife-rich national parks, including Aberdare, Lake Naivasha and the eternal Maasai Mara!

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Extraordinary Kenya Trips & Vacation Packages

Kenya tours allow you to uncover astonishing landscapes, abundant wildlife, dense forests, sprawling coastlines, and courteous people. This famous East African country offers a range of fun-filled activities and unforgettable experiences.

Discover the best safari spots and visit lesser known yet equally astounding destinations. Our packages include most flights, hotels, tours, transfers, and some meals, giving you a stress-free journey.

Trips to Kenya from the USA


A tour of Kenya allows you to discover the magnificent beauty and attractions of this country. Whether you’re a nature lover or a passionate adventurer, there’s something to enjoy for everyone in Kenya.

While Nairobi and Mombasa are the country’s most popular cities, there’s much more to see and do in this East African haven. Towering mountains, exotic wildlife, and lush vegetation are the main charms of a Kenya trip.

Venture around national parks to watch various animals as they forage in their natural habitats. Enjoy rare bird sightings and visit conservation homes to see rare and endangered species.

Take a tour to Kenya from the US with Exoticca to enjoy the vacation of a lifetime.


Top points of interest in Kenya


As one of the topmost tourist destinations on the continent, this East African country has numerous points of interest. Don’t miss out on a chance to explore the following places during your trip to Kenya.


Nairobi is Kenya’s capital city and most vibrant area. This cosmopolitan region is an impeccable blend of nature and nightlife. It gives you a peek into the culture and history of the country.

Otherwise called the “Safari Capital of Africa,” this city is the home of Nairobi National Park. You can see black rhinos, crocs, and other animals in the park. Other well-known attractions in the city include the Giraffe Center, the Nairobi Elephant Sanctuary, and the Karura Forest.

Nairobi is also a lively city with astounding nightlife. You can check out many types of clubs and bars on each night of your tour to Kenya.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park houses numerous wild animals and welcomes thousands of tourists daily. Enjoy guided nature walks in the center while watching cats, gazelles, elephants, hippopotami, jackals, baboons, lions, waterbucks, and many more animals.
The park is found in Kajiado County, an area close to the Tanzanian border. You may see Mount Kilimanjaro (Africa’s tallest mountain) if the weather is favorable. Go bird watching and take a hot-air balloon ride before leaving this national reserve on your Kenya tour.

Samburu National Reserve

Named after the Samburu nomads, Samburu National Reserve is one of the most cherished destinations in Kenya. It sits in the northern part of the country, relatively close to the capital city. Ewaso Ng’iro River separates the park from the Buffalo Springs National Reserve.

Samburu National Reserve is the perfect place for game viewing and often included in Kenya vacation packages. It boasts more than 450 known bird species. You can also see Somali ostrich, giraffe, beisa oryx, gerenuk, vulturine guinea fowl, kori bustards, and secretary birds.

Lake Nakuru National Park

Situated in the middle of bushy grassland, Lake Nakuru National Park is another astonishing park with eco-diversity. This UNESCO World Heritage site is located on the base of the Great Rift Valley. Spend time hiking, bird watching, and enjoying game drives as you tour the area.

Lake Nakuru National Park is the home of more than 400 bird species, like pelicans and flamingos. While some may be harder to spot, many travelers have been lucky enough to catch a glimpse during their trip to Kenya.

Hidden gems of Kenya

Many Kenya tours are packed with impressive stops, but there are also hidden gems that few travelers know about.

Kenya isn’t just about national parks and game reserves. Take a short trip to Mombasa, the nation’s main port city, and visit Fort Jesus, Haller, and the beaches. The historical Lamu town is another exceptional point of interest to explore.

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Are you ready to go on the best Kenya tours? Discover what Exoticca brings you on our exceptional vacation packages to this East African country.

All included: Flights, hotels, tours & transfers

Traveling from one country to another can be challenging, especially if you know little about the destination. Exoticca makes the experience easier by offering all-inclusive packages.

Our all-inclusive trips to Kenya handle most of your flights, hotels, tours, and transfers. Some itineraries also include meals. Sit back and relax while we plan and take care of everything for you.

Kenya trips partially or fully guided

Exoticca offers partially or fully guided travel packages to this African haven. Learn more about each point of interest as our experienced guide takes you on a memorable expedition.

Our partially or fully guided Kenya tour packages provide you with the additional support you need for a smooth vacation. We go the extra length to deliver comfortable, convenient, and valuable services.

Crafted by our own travel experts

Our team comprises seasoned travel experts, who understand how to get value from every trip. These professionals craft the best itinerary and select the most interesting attractions and places to visit in Kenya.

At Exoticca, we dedicate our time and effort to creating unforgettable Kenya tours for you. While delivering the best services, we adhere to strict environmental regulations and maintain the highest standard of professionalism.

Book a place on our next tour now and experience the best that Kenya has to offer.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to tour Kenya?


The best period to visit Kenya is around June to October. It’s the dry season, so the weather is warm and suitable for most travelers. Kenya is also considered a fantastic destination for safaris year round.

Is a Kenya tour worth the effort?


A well-planned Kenya tour is worth it, as it allows you to explore the pristine beaches, safari parks, and other remarkable attractions in the country.

How many days is enough to see Kenya?


While you may want to stay longer, ten days are ‌enough to visit the topmost points of interest in Kenya.

Is Kenya affordable to tour?


It’s possible to have an affordable vacation if you do your research and plan in advance. Most western travelers choose this nation, as Kenya tours are more budget-friendly than other countries.

What tourist activity is most common in Kenya?


A wildlife safari is the most common tourist activity in Kenya. Many visitors love to observe various animals in their natural habitat.

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The quintessential African safari destination, Kenya tour packages pack a punch when it comes to wildlife and national parks. Envisage vast savannahs, colorful cities and authentic village communities, whose culture and traditions have survived modernity.

 An east African nation, Kenya is bordered by Tanzania, South SudanUganda, Somalia, and Ethiopia, and sits on the warm waters of the Indian Ocean

The capital city is vibrant Nairobi and other urban centers include Mombasa and Kisumu City, although all-inclusive Kenya vacations are more likely to focus on the amazing national parks and the exotic wildlife that inhabit these vast lands.

From the astonishing Great Migration to the elephant herds of Amboseli in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro, there are countless safari opportunities to ignite the imagination of all travelers. A safari tour in Kenya is incomplete without contemplating the abundant wildlife of the Maasai Mara Reserve, home to the iconic Big Five and the Maasai people, known for their distinct dress and customs. Many varied ethnic groups live in the country, making a tour of Kenya a journey through different cultures and their unique traditions and heritage.


Kenya History

With such a diverse population it is fascinating to delve into the story of Kenya’s past. Before the impact of colonialism in the 19th-century, Kenya was settled by north African communities and in the 1st-century Arabs and Persians also arrived on the Kenyan coast and forged settlements, due to its proximity to the Arabian Peninsula.

The Swahili language, one of the most common languages you’ll hear on a Kenya travel, was developed as a mix of the indigenous Bantu and Arabic languages as a lingua franca to help communications between both groups. 

Cities such as Mombasa and the neighboring island of Zanzibar were established in the following centuries, the former of which became a major center of trade in the region. Islam had risen to be the major religion in Kenya at this time and the country remained under the control of the Islamic Sultans until British colonization in the late 19th-century. 

In this period the East African Protectorate was established and British settlers began to arrive in the country, along with many Indian settlers who came to construct the Uganda Railway. Many of the ancestors of these settlers still live in Kenya today.

It was not until 1920 that Kenya was officially named, in honor of its tallest mountain. Many British and Europeans made their lives in the highlands of the country. Think of Karen Blixen’s Out of Africa, as an example. You can even visit the Karen Blixen Museum in Nairobi on a package vacation to Kenya!

In 1952, members of various different tribes came together as a unified force to fight against British rule in an organization called the Mau Mau. The uprising finally defeated the British after years of struggle. 1963 was the year that Kenya finally gained independence and a year later the first Kenyan president, Jomo Kenyatta, was elected.


Nature in Kenya

Nature is at the heart of any Kenya tour, from the warm waters of the mythical Indian Ocean to the wild savannahs, central highlands, and Great Rift Valley. Kenya plays host to a diverse array of landscapes and wildlife. Its tropical climate ensures plenty of year-round sunshine, making it the perfect choice for both a safari experience or a beach break in the fantastic Diani Beach.

There are a number of must-see natural wonders if you take Kenyan travel. Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha are up there with the best when it comes to bird-spotting and wildlife. Located in the mighty Rift Valley, it attracts huge flocks of flamingos and herds of rhinos who drink from its glistening waters. It’s a highlight of any Kenya safari! 

The Maasai Mara Reserve is perhaps the best known natural wonder in the country, famous for hosting the annual Great Migration, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World where great herds of blue wildebeest and zebras cross the Mara River.

It’s also one of the best destinations in the country to spot the elusive Big Five animals! Another hotspot for safaris is in Amboseli, one of the best places in the entire world to see wild elephants. Sparse vegetation makes it easier to spot wildlife and the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro makes a safari in Amboseli an atmospheric and unforgettable experience. 

For something a little different, one of Kenya’s hidden gems is the Lamu Archipelago, idyllic islands in the Indian Ocean home to countless paradise beaches. It is one of the most evocative destinations in the country, with an untouched coastline and charming little traditional villages. 


Culture in Kenya

The first thing to understand about Kenyan culture is that there is not one homogenous culture, but instead, a rich tapestry of different traditions owing to the 13 primary ethnic groups that make up the country’s demographic. On a vacation to Kenya you can expect to experience many different types of traditional dress, beliefs, folklore and, of course, soul-stirring music as you travel around the country. Much of the population follow Christianity, so Easter and Christmas time are filled with celebrations. 

The official languages are English and Swahili, and almost everyone you meet in the country will go out of their way to welcome you and provide excellent hospitality. Even in the most isolated communities, such as those of the Maasai,  locals will welcome visitors into their homes with open arms and provide tea and food, despite having very little themselves.

 It is considered impolite to turn down these generous displays of hospitality. There is a strong link, in Kenya, between the people and the land and a long tradition of agriculture, symbolized by the green stripe in the country’s national flag.

Walk with the giants of the animal kingdom and open your eyes to the untouched landscapes and kind-hearted people of Kenya. A tour of Kenya offers culture, wildlife, and nature into a heady concoction, making for an unforgettable journey. 

  • Entry requirements

    Passport with a minimum of six months validity and two blank pages.

  • Visa

    Visa not required. Obtain mandatory ETA (cost 30 USD) before travel at: https://www.etakenya.go.ke/en

  • Time zone

    UTC + 03:00.

  • Currency

    Kenyan Shilling.

  • Language

    Swahili and English.

  • Tourist Office website

  • Electricity

    240 V. An adaptor is required - UK type plugs.

  • Other useful information

    In Kenya, they drive on the left-hand side of the road.

  • Health

    Please consult your doctor regarding the vaccination against yellow fever and malaria prophylaxis. Carry your international immunization card. Travellers over 60 years must consult their doctor as the Yellow Fever vaccine can have serious side effects.

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