Explore Kenya Safari Tours


Kenya is synonymous with African safari and wildlife. It is one of the best countries to witness majestic and rare animals in their natural habitat. From sweeping plains to diverse landscapes, Kenya’s rich biodiversity is one of a kind. Safaris in this country are considered exclusive and unforgettable. Furthermore, Wild Voyager offers diverse Kenya explorer safari tours and Nairobi vacation packages that will leave a long-lasting mark on your memories and heart forever. 


Kenya is teeming with diverse wildlife, birdlife, and vegetation. It is home to the Big Five African animals which are the lion, leopard, cape buffalo, bush elephant, and rhino. Other animals like wildebeest, zebras, impalas, gazelles, dik-dik, and lesser and greater kudu reside in the African savannas. Our Kenya explorer safari tours will give you the opportunity to indulge yourself in this amazing ecosystem, experiencing the thrill of encountering these iconic creatures up close and personal.


Looking to plan your next adventure? Our Nairobi vacation packages offer various options to explore the beauty and wilderness of Kenya. Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or starting your first African safari, these packages are curated to provide you with an unforgettable experience. From the heart of the bustling city to the untamed landscapes, our kenya wildlife safari experiences promise an adventure like no other. Don’t miss out on the chance to discover the wonders of this captivating country.

Trip Highlights
  • Witness the leopards, cheetahs, and lions in the vast Savannahs of Masai Mara.
  • Meet different animals like giraffes, zebras, hippos, Northern white rhinos, and African elephants.
  • Tourists can witness rare wildlife species like suni, black-fronted duiker, mole rat, and bongo in Mount Kenya.
  • The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is home to the famous Reticulated giraffes and chimpanzee sanctuaries.
  • Treat your senses to the scenic beauty of the majestic peaks, intriguing falls, and moorlands of Aberdare National Mark.
  • Spend time close to the beautiful sceneries and the flamingos and rhinos of Lake Nakuru and cruise on Lake Naivasha.

Day 1

Arrival at Nairobi

On arrival at the airport, tourists are escorted to the hotel by the airport representatives. Nairobi is one of the most exciting cosmopolitan cities. The maddening concrete jungle is beautifully accentuated by natural beauty which makes it a unique city of the country.

Tourists shall stay overnight at the hotel.

Day 2


After an early breakfast, the driver shall transport you from the hotel to the majestic Mount Kenya. The four-hour-long journey through the picturesque surroundings is a wonderful experience in itself. Mount Kenya is the second-highest mountain in Africa and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site where you can trek in tropical forests.

Reach the cottage during lunchtime and after a scrumptious lunch, explore the Mount Kenya National Park. After reaching the cottage late for dinner, rest at the cottage overnight.

Day 3

Nairobi to Mount Kenya

Enjoy an early morning game drive at the park and return to the lodge for breakfast. This is followed by a drive to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a non-profit wildlife conservancy located in Central Kenya’s Laikipia County. It is home to the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, northern white rhino, and a large variety of animals and birds.

After lunch, the tourists can visit the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary and feed the orphaned or rescued chimpanzees. Continue with the game drive to witness animals like the reticulated giraffes and lions. Return to the cottage for overnight stay.

Day 4

Mount Kenya to Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Proceed for an early-morning safari with packed breakfast. After coming back, check out and drive to Aberdare. Check in to your hotel and have lunch. Proceed for an afternoon game drive after lunch and come back late in the evening. You can enjoy rare sightings of white and black monkeys, spotted hyenas, Giant Forest hog, African wild cat, bongo, blue duiker, and the like. Bird viewing is another rewarding experience in this park with over 250 species of birds.

Stay overnight at the camp.

Day 5

Ol Pejeta Conservancy to Aberdare

After checking out of the hotel, proceed to the beautiful Lake Naivasha. Lake Naivasha is a beautiful freshwater lake, fringed with thick papyrus. The forests surrounding the lake abound in bird species and is an ideal birding destination. The tourists reach Lake Naivasha in the late afternoon. Tourists can go boating in the early evening to spot hippos and birds like pelicans, fish eagles, goliath heron, and the like.

After a beautiful evening at the lakeside, come back to the hotel and retire for the day.

Day 6

Aberdare to Lake Naivasha

Lake Nakuru National Park is an ideal spot for picnics, bird-watching, hiking, and game drives. Set off early in the morning and reach Lake Nakuru in an hour or so. Surrounded by wooded and bushy grasslands, it is located on the floor of the Great Rift Valley. Tourists can indulge in the rich ecological diversity and varied habitats of the area. Northern white rhino and black rhinos can be spotted in this region.

Come back to the hotel by evening and relax for the day.

Day 7

Lake Nakuru National Park day excursion

After an early breakfast at the hotel, check out and drive to the Masai Mara National Park en-route to visit the Rift Valley.

The camp is inside the park and the game drive starts as soon as you enter the park to reach your camp. Post lunch, head out for a game drive in the world’s renowned park and newest 7th wonder of the world. It is one of the most-visited and famous tourist destinations and is famous all across the globe for its rich and varied wildlife reserves.

Stay overnight at the hotel.

Days 8 - 11

Lake Naivasha to Masai Mara

Often referred to as the Mother of all National Parks, the park expands over 1500 sq.km and has one of the richest varieties of fauna like antelopes, hippos, big cats, elephants, wildebeests, giraffes, and over 450 species of birds like the crown crane, kori bustard, southern ground hornbill, secretary bird, and the like. Different areas of the parks are covered every day.

Over the next four days, experience the rich flora and fauna of the wildlife. Enjoy a balloon safari and scrumptious meals. Tourists can visit the Masai villages and gather first-hand experience of Masai culture by interacting with the people. A balloon safari is another star highlight of a trip to Masai Mara. There will also be a sundowner experience on one of these days, and on the last day, tourists can enjoy a bush dinner along with famous Masai dances.

Day 12

Masai Mara

Post breakfast, proceed to Nairobi via a flight. You will be transported to the Jomo Kenyata International airport for a flight back home.

Carry the experience of a lifetime along with you.

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Kenya Safari Tour Guide: Exploring the Various Types of Tours Available


Family-Friendly Safari Tours

Our Kenya safari tours are expertly created to accommodate families while guaranteeing security, comfort, and fun activities. Elephants and zebras will captivate children’s attention, and parents will enjoy seeing their young children’s wonder-filled eyes.

Families go on journeys across the Savannah, where every turn reveals a fresh discovery, accompanied by experts. These trips are intended to be both fun and instructive, and they range from instructional game drives to participatory workshops on wildlife protection.


Adventure Safari Tours

Wild Voyager provides Kenya’s adventure safari tours which are a thrilling getaway into the wild. These adventures guarantee an exciting experience unlike any other for people with a thirst for adventure.

Adventurers set out on foot or in tough vehicles, accompanied by our guides, to delve deeply into the natural habitats of Kenya’s unique wildlife. It will be a memorable experience to be in the presence of lions, leopards, and elephants in their natural habitat. Every moment on our Kenya adventure safari tours is filled with excitement, and that thrill will be etched in your mind. The wild beauty of Kenya, where every heartbeat is proof of the beat of nature itself, is waiting to be explored.


Kenya Safari Tours Unveiled: Popular Destinations You Can Explore


Although it is challenging to shortlist places to visit in this vast country, we think these destinations deserve all the attention. Check them out below:


Maasai Mara National Reserve 

Masai Mara, Kenya Explorrer Safari Tour

  • Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya regularly ranks as one of the world’s prime safari destinations, making it a must-visit spot for explorers on safari tours and Nairobi vacation packages.
  • This iconic reserve also holds a treasured spot among the top 50 most photographed places globally, as evidence of its breathtaking beauty.
  • The Mara’s landscapes, featuring vast savannas, baobab trees, mountains, and lush greenery, create a scene straight out of a cinematic masterpiece, enticing visitors to explore its wonders.
  • Named after the indigenous Masai Mara people who call it home, the reserve’s expansive plains serve as a haven for a diverse array of wildlife, including the renowned Big Five.
  • One of the Mara’s most spectacular events is the annual wildebeest migration, a stunning natural phenomenon that attracts millions of hoofed animals from Tanzania’s Serengeti into the Mara. This incredible journey in search of food and water is the primary reason why travellers flock to Kenya.
  • In Kenya, witnessing this wild spectacle, complete with the dramatic river crossings, is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you should not miss when going on our safari tours.


Aberdare National Park

Aberdare National Park, Kenya Explorer Safari Tours

  • Explore Aberdare National Park in Kenya’s highlands, a hidden gem rich in wildlife and history. 
  • Experience the mystery of Aberdare, nestled in the Great Rift Valley. Its moorlands, rainforests, and diverse wildlife make for a scenic safari, perfect for your Kenya safari tours.
  • Enjoy cooler game drives in Aberdare’s pleasant climate. Don’t miss the prime photography spots at watering holes and salt licks. Book our Nairobi vacation packages now!


Amboseli National Park 

Amboseli National Park, Kenya Explorer Safari Tours

  • With our Kenya Explorer safari tours, you will have the chance to experience incredible things in Amboseli National Park, known for its stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro and renowned for its impressive herds of big-tusked elephants.
  • This park has become a prime destination not only in Kenya but also across Africa because of its diverse variety of attractions.
  • Additionally, Amboseli National Park has cultural significance as it is home to the native Maasai people, who have harmoniously coexisted with the wildlife for generations.
  • Engaging with the Maasai in Kenya and learning about their customs is a unique aspect of our safari tours, adding a deeper, more meaningful dimension to the safari experience. This cultural immersion sets our Nairobi vacation packages apart.


Tsavo National Park

Tsavo, Kenya Explorer Safari Tours

  • Tsavo National Park is a huge area of undeveloped wilderness in southeast Kenya that attracts adventurers and wildlife enthusiasts.
  • It’s one of Kenya’s largest national parks and is divided into Tsavo East and Tsavo West, each with its own unique attractions.
  • Tsavo East and West together make Kenya’s largest protected area.
  • The park is a paradise for animal lovers, featuring numerous varieties of species and well-designed game drive facilities that offer amazing opportunities to observe the park’s wildlife.
  • One of Africa’s most striking parts is the view of dust-red elephants enjoying, rolling, and splashing each other with the midnight blue waters of the palm-fringed Galana River.
  • Tsavo is home to the Big Five, making it a prime destination for Kenya safari tours
  • You will be able to witness cheetahs sprinting across the plains and leopards hiding in the darkness, providing a thrilling game of hide and seek.


Samburu National Reserve 

Samburu National Reserve, Kenya explorer safari tours

  • Samburu is a hidden gem in Kenya, known for its diverse wildlife and natural beauty.
  • The reserve is home to around 900 elephants, and predators like lions, leopards, and cheetahs are a major attraction. In fact, it’s one of the best places in Kenya to spot leopards. Wild dog sightings are also common here. Additionally, Samburu also features over 450 bird species.
  • Travellers have the opportunity to engage with the local Samburu community. The Samburu people have a vibrant cultural heritage, known for their colourful clothing and centuries-old traditions, and this cultural interaction adds a unique dimension to your Kenya safari tour experience.
  • In our Nairobi vacation packages, you will have the chance to get deeper insights into Samburu’s ecosystem’s dynamics, the people, and the wildlife that call it home.


Ol Pejeta Conservancy 

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya explorer safari tours

  • Ol Pejeta Conservancy, nestled between Mount Kenya and Aberdare slopes, is a 264 sq. km. wildlife preserve that offers a high game-to-area ratio, making it an excellent addition to Nairobi vacation packages.
  • Over 1,000 mammals thrive in Ol Pejeta, benefiting from its varied habitats. The conservancy is home to more than 100 protected black rhinos, contributing to the fastest-growing rhino population and enhancing the experience of Kenya safari tours.
  • You will also have the chance to engage in activities like the Ol Pejeta Endangered Species Boma, providing an up-close encounter with black and white rhinos. This will make your safari experience more wonderful. Additionally, guests can observe other endangered species and engage in exciting lion tracking.
  • Beyond wildlife encounters, Ol Pejeta offers opportunities to learn about various conservation and sustainability programs. 
  • Including Ol Pejeta Conservancy in your Nairobi vacation packages guarantees a magical and exceptional safari adventure, showcasing the beauty of Kenya’s wildlife and landscapes.


Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha, Kenya Explorer Safari Tour

  • Lake Naivasha, located in Nakuru County, is a stunning freshwater lake nestled in the Great Rift Valley, which is surrounded by lush greenery and distant peaks.
  • This picturesque lake sits at the highest elevation of 1,884 metres in the Kenyan Rift Valley, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
  • It is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts, housing over 400 bird species along with thriving populations of hippos and crocodiles.
  • Birdwatchers and ornithologists will be delighted by the vibrant avifauna, including African jacana, tropical boubou, Nubian woodpecker, and giant kingfisher, among others.
  • The lake is also known for its impressive flamingo population, with thousands of lesser and greater flamingos creating a mesmerising pink carpet.
  • Travellers to Lake Naivasha can partake in various activities, such as boat excursions and birdwatching, immersing themselves in the natural beauty of the area.
  • Additionally, a visit to nearby treasures like Crescent Island Game Sanctuary and the enchanting Lake Elmenteita can seamlessly complement your Nairobi vacation packages, promising an unforgettable Kenya safari tour experience.



Nairobi, Nairobi Vacation Packages

  • Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, offers a unique blend of cosmopolitan culture, modern skyscrapers, and lush landscapes in certain areas.
  • Nairobi National Park, situated within the city, provides an extraordinary safari experience where visitors can observe big game like elephants, giraffes, lions, and buffalos against the backdrop of towering skyscrapers.
  • Nairobi Park stands out as the only one where travellers can enjoy multiple game drives and take part in shopping on the same day, making it a highlight of our vacation packages.
  • In the city, tourists can explore parliament buildings, galleries, and museums that offer fascinating insights into Nairobi’s history.
  • Nairobi features beautiful public parks, trendy boutiques, vibrant Masai markets, and top-notch restaurants for visitors to enjoy.
  • As the gateway to various national parks, game reserves, and beaches, Nairobi is an essential stop for Kenyan explorer safari tours.


Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya, Nairobi Vacation Packages

  • Many of the Kenya Explorer Safari Tours offer adventurous activities for travellers, including hikes and treks suitable for all levels.
  • Mount Kenya, standing at 5,199 metres, is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa, offering thrilling trekking opportunities.
  • Mount Kenya boasts three towering peaks: Batian, Nelion, and Point Lenana, providing diverse challenges for climbers.
  • It was formed nearly 3 million years ago as a volcano after the opening of the East African Rift Valley, Mount Kenya, and showcases a fascinating geological history.
  • Currently, the mountain is home to 11 glaciers, along with lush forests and diverse vegetation, creating a unique ecosystem.
  • Mount Kenya attracts hikers and trekkers worldwide, featuring demanding routes that require technical climbing skills and prior experience. The treks typically span 4 to 6 days, culminating in reaching the mountain’s highest point, an achievement for seasoned climbers. There are also less challenging and basic hikes tailored for beginners, allowing a wider range of travellers to experience the mountain’s beauty.
  • Mount Kenya offers a landscape of raw wilderness, featuring dense forests, natural springs, and amazing topographical features. The mountain is a sanctuary for a variety of endangered animals, high-altitude-adapted species, and alpine vegetation, providing a rich ecological experience.
  • Enhance your Nairobi vacation packages by including an adventurous trip to Mount Kenya, adding an exciting dimension to your trip.


Lake Nakuru National Park 

Lake Nakuru National Park, Nairobi Vacation Packages

  • Lake Nakuru is renowned for hosting the largest birdlife event on earth, with beautiful pink flamingos against the backdrop of its blue alkaline waters. They are drawn to the lake’s algae, forming massive flocks to feed on them. However, the number of flamingos visiting has been declining due to natural factors.
  • Despite this, the park remains breathtaking, teeming with a diverse array of bird species and wildlife. One can easily spot various pelicans, cormorants, ostriches, strokes, kingfishers, herons, and eagles near the lake. The park also features a thriving wildlife scene, making game viewing accessible and rewarding.
  • Along the lakeshore, one may encounter rare and captivating animals like the Rothschild’s giraffe and a sizable black rhino population. The park is also home to big cats such as lions, leopards, and cheetahs, as well as plains game like impalas, zebras, waterbucks, and buffaloes.
  • Primate enthusiasts will find delight in the common sightings of olive baboons, vervet monkeys, and colobus monkeys. Additionally, large pythons inhabit the park’s dense forests, adding to the park’s rich biodiversity.


Wildlife and Attractions During Kenya Safari Tours 


Big Five Animals in Kenya

Big FIve on Nairobi Vacation Packages

  • The Big Five animals, which include the lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, and African buffalo, are iconic and found across all of Africa, particularly in East Africa.
  • Kenya Explorer safari tours offer frequent sightings of these magnificent creatures in various national parks and reserves, such as Maasai National Reserve, Aberdare National Park, Tsavo National Park, and Chyulu Hills.
  • They are getting these Big Five animals, which used to be an achievement for trophy hunters due to their reputation as the most challenging and dangerous to hunt on foot.
  • These creatures are considered the most deadly of all large African mammal species.
  • In Kenya, encountering the Big Five in their natural habitat is the key point of our safari tour experience, showcasing the country’s commitment to wildlife conservation.
  • Each sighting provides a unique opportunity to create a deeper connection with Kenya’s incredible biodiversity and natural wonders.


Great Migration in Maasai Mara

  • The Great Migration, known as one of the most stunning wildlife behaviours, involves over a million wildebeests travelling from Tanzania’s Serengeti to Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve.
  • This natural phenomenon in the Maasai Mara is a truly amazing spectacle, offering a unique experience unlike any other.
  • Visitors have the chance to witness an array of herbivores, including zebras and wildebeest, as they navigate through challenging waterways and meadows, all the while facing the constant threat of predators.
  • Along with the big cats, the herds face the challenging task of crossing the Mara River, evading around 3,000 crocodiles lurking in the dark waters. This heart-stopping moment, a true testament to nature’s raw power, is a highlight of the Great Migration.
  • Ultimately, after facing these incredible challenges, the vast herds are rewarded with the bountiful plains of the huge Masai Mara. This is an experience that will allow you to be a part of, creating memories that will last a lifetime.
  • Kenya provides excellent safari tours opportunities to witness this incredible event, allowing you to be a part of this wonderful natural spectacle.


Remember, when planning your trip to witness the Great Migration in Maasai Mara, book our Kenya safari tours and Nairobi vacation packages that prioritise both the welfare of wildlife and the sustainability of the environment.


Birdwatching in Kenya

Bird Watching durin your Kenya explorer safari tours

  • Kenya is known as the prime destination for birdwatching throughout the year due to its tremendous geographical range and diverse climates and landscapes. Kenya’s wide range of bird species is why it can proudly say it has the second-largest number of bird varieties in Africa. And this makes birdwatching in Kenya a highly rewarding experience for enthusiasts.
  • Kenya currently holds the record for the most bird species seen in a 24-hour period, with an amazing 342 species! The country’s national parks are fantastic locations for birding. For instance, sightings of the rosy-throated longclaw and magpie shrike are common in the Maasai Mara. While Nairobi gives opportunities for witnessing the northern pied-babbler and Pangani longclaw, the Samburu gives a rare chance to witness the sparkling sunbird and pink-breasted lark.
  • A few endemic species, such as the Tara River cisticola, Aberdare cisticola, Hinde’s pied-babbler, William’s lark, Sharpe’s pipit, and Clarke’s weaver, are among Kenya’s bird riches. These species add to Kenya’s appeal as a haven for birdwatchers.
  • This rich variety of habitats, ranging from savannahs to forests, wetlands, and mountains, provides a sanctuary for an astounding diversity of bird species. Whether through Kenya safari tours or Nairobi vacation packages, bird enthusiasts have ample opportunities to witness this avian abundance up close.


Exploring Cultural Diversity: Enriching Kenya Safari Tours


Cultural experience during, Nairobi Vacation Packages

  • Kenya offers a wide range of cultural experiences, providing various opportunities for visitors to engage with local villages. This includes interactions with communities like Maasai, Samburu, Turkana, Swahili, and more. Our  Kenya safari tours and Nairobi vacation packages will give you the opportunity to have these engaging experiences.
  • Visitors can participate in a variety of activities, including visiting schools, touring villages on market days, or going with herders as they lead their animals to the fields in the morning. These interactions give visitors an exclusive glimpse into the routines of these communities and a personal understanding of their traditions and customs.
  • Visitors occasionally have the opportunity to take part in traditional ceremonies, providing a unique and fascinating opportunity to experience the cultural history of these communities. These communities continue to be deeply defined by traditions that are different from those that are frequently encountered by most tourists, despite the impact of modernity on their nomadic lifestyles.
  • Kenya features an astonishing diversity of language groups and tribes, numbering over forty. Notably, the Maasai, Samburu, and Turkana communities have admirably preserved their traditional clothing and lifestyles across much of their territory. This preservation contributes significantly to the rich cultural tapestry that Kenya offers to those going on safari tours.


Floating Adventures: Hot Air Balloon Safaris Enrich Your Kenya Safari Tour


Balloon Safari, nairobi vacation packages

Want to make your Kenyan safari tours even more unforgettable? A hot-air balloon safari is a must for a more exceptional viewpoint. The majesty of the Masai Mara will be revealed to you as you drift in tranquilly above the plains. The dawn’s gentle light casts a golden glow over the countryside, which also highlights the terrain’s features with lengthy shadows. This gives you a unique view of this wild region.


Prepare for Your Kenya Safari Tour: Expert Tips for Planning Your Adventure


Best Time to Visit Kenya

Timing is crucial to making the most of your Kenya Explorer safari tours. Understanding the seasons and migration patterns will make sure that you witness the natural wonders at their most spectacular.


Kenya is a year-round safari destination. It is busiest during the dry season, which is from June to October, when the lack of greenery and water causes wildlife to gather near lakes, making them easy to locate and witness. However, the second half of August to October, when the Great Migration commonly occurs, is the most crowded period to go on safari. This is especially noticeable in the Masai Mara.


Higher rainfall during the rest of the year results in thick, lush vegetation. The wildlife areas are serene at this time, and the majority of the animals give birth to their young. However, when it actually pours, typically between April and May, airstrips and roads become blocked, and some lodges close until the weather clears.


When you should travel mostly depends on your preferences and the sights to see. The option is clear for those who simply wish to witness the Great Migration. In the months of June through November, first-timers targeting the Big Five would also succeed. Anyone looking for a fantastic safari experience can, however, travel at any time of year. 


Feel free to get in touch with us if you are confused about when to book your safari. Our team of expert guides is committed to ensuring that your Kenya Safari tours precisely match your preferences and expectations. After all, a genuine Kenyan safari is about experiencing the wildlife, culture, and landscapes in the way that best appeals to you.


Kenya Safari Packing List: Must-Haves for Your Tour


Here is a basic list of what you should pack for your Kenya Explorer safari tours: 


  • Clothing in khaki, green, beige, and neutral colours Long-sleeved shirts that offer protection from the sun and mosquitoes. Jackets and sweaters for early morning and late afternoon game drives; a lightweight waterproof jacket in case of rain. 
  • Comfortable and lightweight walking shoes with a good grip
  • Sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat, insect repellent, moisturiser, and lip salve
  • Binoculars and camera equipment
  • On a safari, keep in mind that you will be in the “bush” and that the closest town or city may be a few hours away. Be careful to bring your most important personal prescriptions, particularly any brands or medicines that Kenyan pharmacies might not have.
  • Personal toiletries, ladies’ hygiene products, wet wipes, hand sanitizers, reading materials, a pen, and a notebook are additional important items that you should include in your packing list.
  • Last but not least, do not forget your travel documents. Before your safari begins, make sure you have your passport, health cards (and any necessary vaccination records), airline tickets, credit cards, and insurance documents. Verify that all of the documents are up-to-date and in order. Your passport must be valid for six months.


Safari Accommodations

Kenya offers a wide variety of excellent lodging alternatives, from luxury lodges to bush camps, to suit a variety of preferences and budgets. Reach out to us for more accommodation options. We have everything for you that offers top-notch services that satisfy the requirements of even the most demanding visitors. Without a doubt, we give you the best place to stay for enjoyable Kenya safari tours.


A trip to Kenya amounts to an ideal vacation. Get in touch with Wild Voyager today to pick from suitable Nairobi vacation packages. We curate Kenya Explorer Safari Tours that include wonderful attractions and destinations. Talk to one of our experts and begin your dream vacation today.