The words Safari and Kenya are synonymous. For decades, intrepid travelers have explored Kenya’s parks and preserves, some of the largest and most animal-populated on the African continent. Yet this is but one dimension of Kenya. Between the Maasai Mara, the Northern Frontier District, and the coastal towns of Malindi and Lamu, one finds a cultural richness encompassing, for example, Christian, Muslim, Hindu, and traditional religious influences. In terms of topography, safaris in Kenya range from highlands in view of snow-capped peaks, to semi-arid regions, to montane forests, to expansive savannah – often in the course of one safari! These areas are most often explored in vehicles, but can in some instances be covered on foot, horseback, or even by hot air balloon. Kenya never disappoints as a safari destination.
itineraries are meant to help your safari planning. Since 1974, we at
Cowabunga Safaris have done many, many kinds and variations of safaris
to Kenya. Do you want something more upscale? Do you want something more
rustic and participatory? If you have a different safari in mind, wish
to stay longer, or want to travel to other parts of the continent, tell
us. We can make it happen.