Are you looking for a simple but stunning Kenya wildlife safari? Well, you can pack up your travel bags and grab a pair of binoculars and follow me on this fascinating Kenya wildlife safaris to Amboseli National Park. This Kenya safari to Amboseli National Park takes us to Kenya which is found eastern region of the African continent along geographical co-ordinates of 02o38’29” S 378o14’53” E. Amboseli National Park lies in southern Kenya along the border with Tanzania and its part of the extended Serengeti ecosystem.
As we explore the tropical paradise of Amboseli National Park on this magical Kenya tours, you will listen from the park rangers here that this park’s history stems all the way from 1906 when this park was created as a reserve named southern reserve of the Maasai, later on in 1948, it was designated a game reserve and finally as a national park in 1974 followed by a UNESCO site in 1991. The Amboseli area had its first encounter with Europeans in 1883 when joseph Thompson dared to cross into the Maasai territory
If you’re in love with wild mammals a safari in Kenya to Hell’s Gate National Park gives you a thrilling encounter with some of the finest African wild mammals as it features some of the spectacular wild game and its iconic for its large herds of African bush elephants that traverse this park end to end, buffaloes, impalas, lions, cheetahs, spotted hyenas, Masai giraffes, grants zebras, blue wildebeests. For a birder, you will be really in for a special Kenya birding safari treat on your safari Kenya to Hell’s Gate as this park is home to over 420 bird species which include African Swamphen, Common Redshank, Dickinson’s Kestrel, Greater Flamingo, Hartlaub’s Bustard, Lesser Flamingo, Long Toed Lapwing, Rufous Chatterer, Steel Blue Wydah, Yellow Necked Spurfowl, Rufous Billed Heron and Grey Crowned Crane
This Kenya safari tour to Amboseli can be similarly compared to a Uganda wildlife safari to Kidepo Valley National Park because of the underlying similarities between these 2 parks however, a Uganda wildlife safaris to Kidepo valley National Park gives you more thrilling encounters with wildlife because its home to 4 out 5 of the big Africa game which include lions, leopards, cape buffaloes, African bush elephants with the rhinos being the only ones missing, Kidepo valley park has ranked the 14th best African best safari park for a classic wildlife adventure by safari booking a famous international online safari company given its spectacular sceneries and diverse wildlife. If you’re looking for birds, well a Uganda birding safari to Kidepo valley is quite a remarkable birding frenzy as it comes with 475 bird species for you to search for and with several endemic species such as the Karamoja Apalis. A safari Uganda to Kidepo Valley Park isn’t complete without a Uganda cultural safari encounter with the beautiful Karamajong people who bare a lot of resemblance to the Masai people who live adjacent to Hel’s gate national park finally what separates these two spectacular national parks is the possibility of a safari in Uganda to Kidepo valley to be easily tailored with a Uganda gorilla tour since Uganda is home to these remarkable gentle giants and many Africa Wildlife Safari goers who visit Uganda usually ensure to make a short gorilla safaris Uganda as they visit either Bwindi Impenetrable National Park or Mgahinga Gorilla National Park. A gorilla safari Uganda to any of these puts you in the right place to have a fascinating encounter with any of the 19 gorilla families are found here. Prime safaris and tours ltd has positioned itself as one of the best local travel companies that give you an amazing gorilla trekking Uganda experience or a Uganda wildlife safari as it has a wide range of safari packages to all wildlife destinations in Uganda. Some of them come in short Uganda wildlife safaris/short gorilla tours Uganda, Uganda mountaineering safaris, Uganda birding safaris, Kampala city tours/ 1 day Kampala city tour/ Jinja city tour/ 1 day Jinja city tour/ long Uganda wildlife safaris, long gorilla safaris Uganda
As you prepare yourself for Kenya safaris tours to Amboseli national park you need to understand that this national park experiences a semi-arid climate pattern with two rain seasons. The rain season comes in March-May and also October to December. Temperatures during this season range from 280C or 82oF to maximum of 30oC or 86oF. During the dry season which comes around from June to October and also January to march the temperatures hover between 25OC or 77oF to a maximum of 26oC or 79oF. This time Amboseli has clear skies.
Prime safaris tours is one of the leading local tour companies that has distinguished itself from the pecking order in organizing epic Kenya wildlife safaris to Amboseli National National Park and several other Kenya safari destinations such as Masai Mara National Reserve, Nairobi National Park, Tsavo East National Park, Mt Kenya National Park and many others. Prime organizes numerous short Kenya safaris and long Kenya safaris and here are some of these.