Kenya Road Safaris 2020/2021 and beyond..
An off road 4 x 4 Land Cruiser Jeep in Kenya is a great way to get up close with nature and experience the amazing wildlife firsthand in this stunning part of the world. As you roam across the savannahs and proceed through lush greenery, lions, cheetahs, leopards and hyenas will represent your closest company. A Kenya road safari offers the chance to witness these large felines commence their stalking of thousands of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles as the great migration occurs, and large animal herds gather together to make the perilous journey across Kenya.
In addition to these amazing opportunities to view the most majestic of natural predators hunting in their natural habitats, a huge range of other large animals will be on show as well, including elephants, giraffes, hippos, rhinos and Nile crocodiles. With an immense variety of weird and wonderful indigenous species also on display, a Kenya Jeep safari truly has all bases covered from a wildlife standpoint.
Alternatively, you can take matters into your own hands by hiring out your own chauffeured off-road 4 x 4 Land Cruiser Jeep , and driving to whichever amazing sights you wish to see, taking control of your own itinerary. All that we ask is that your driver guide doesn’t drive too close to the animals and to observe our guidelines for protecting the safety of the wildlife in Kenya. After all – they are the real stars in this show and the main reason why people keep coming back to view this beautifully diverse country.
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For more information on Kenya Jeep safaris or any of our other fantastic trips in Kenya, contact our expert advisors who will be happy to answer any questions you may have and can help you plan your ideal safari holiday.
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Natural World Kenya safaris is Member No.FA/440 - Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO) bonding scheme. The scheme is insured to guarantee your holiday safari in the unlikely event that a bonded KATO member ceases operating.