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Encounter Kenya's Wildlife

 
Travelling with Africa Exclusive you don’t just see Kenya’s wildlife, you encounter it. Every animal, bird and insect owns a fascinating life story, telling how it thrives against the odds. And, each plays its part in balancing the delicate ecology of the landscape. Your professional guide will share their deep understanding and love for wildlife. The way they tell the life story of the humble rhino beetle you find on a walk will be as fascinating as that of a huge black rhino.
family watching wildebeest migration

The Great Migration

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Wildebeest migration river crossing in Masai Mara

The Great Migration

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Game drive with kids near wildebeest

The Great Migration

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Leopard hiding to stalk prey in Masai Mara

The Great Migration

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Between June and October the world’s greatest mass wildlife spectacle crosses the Masai Mara. Herds of uniquely patterned zebra, gazelle and ungainly wildebeest plunge across the Mara River seeking fresh grasses. This awesome, restless migration of well over a million animals then roams the plains, mingling with countless resident creatures. Powerful lion prides, leopard camouflaged on rocky kopjes and furtive cheetah await them.
Family game drive near huge herd of elephants

All creatures great and small

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Girl feeding tortoise at Laikipia Wilderness Camp

All creatures great and small

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Warthog trotting past family eating outdoors

All creatures great and small

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We aim to introduce you to the Big Five — elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and leopard. There is also a hardy bunch of characters known as the “Little Five” — elephant shrew, ant lion, rhino beetle, buffalo weaver and leopard tortoise. Your children will have just as much fun finding those. Watch carefully and you’ll notice the character of each animal emerge. You’ll laugh at a prim warthog busily trotting to the waterhole with her young, past the grumpy old buffalo.
Children tracking with Maasai guide

So much to discover

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Child comparing hand to animal print in mud

So much to discover

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Maasai guides teaching children about termite mound

So much to discover

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Inquisitive children adore safaris! Whatever you encounter, your guide will have an inexhaustible supply of knowledge and stories. They’ll also have an uncanny ability to interpret sounds, tracks and behaviours to find more elusive animals. Your children will soon learn to identify a leopard track and understand the workings of a two-metre high termite mound, where millions of tiny creatures play a vital role in the balance of nature.
Kids bird drawing on safari

Keep a record

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Photographic guide on game drive in Kenya

Keep a record

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Cheetah portrait up close

Keep a record

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Many of the guides we work with are expert photographers who understand how to capture the perfect animal portrait. Some families finish their safari with thousands of photographs. It’s also fun to keep a record of what you see, including the birds. There are hundreds of species in Kenya, from imperious fish eagles to brilliantly coloured bee-eaters. See how many different ones your family can spot in a day. Your guide’s superhuman eyesight and knowledge will astound you.
Children learning to track wildlife using radios with guide

Help endangered wildlife

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Lone black rhino in Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Help endangered wildlife

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Dad and teenage son with anti-poaching rangers in Lewa

Help endangered wildlife

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Just by going on one of our safaris you will be helping to conserve Africa’s wildlife. The small, luxury lodges that we use, work with local communities to protect the animals and deter poachers. Some such as Lewa Wilderness are pioneering rhino conservation, and your family can see this in action and talk with researchers. Certain habitats favour different species, which is why it’s good to visit two or three contrasting areas on your family safari. Some, like the long-necked gerenuk antelope and the white-bellied Grevy’s zebra, are only found in the drier northern regions.
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