Mt. Kenya National Park:
The ideal time for climbers and hikers to give a try at climbing Kenya’s highest mountain and the second highest in Africa is September to October.
Lake Nakuru National Park
The rainy season ranges from March- June and offers something different and it’s the best time to visit Kenya for those who prefer a little less crowding. It’s also the calving and nesting season for the birds and pasture is abundant. This rainy season would be good time to tour the famous, Lake Nakuru National Park, carpeted by thousand of lesser and greater Flamingo that call it home.
Northern and Southern Coast of Mombasa
January and February are relatively hot months and the ideal time to explore Kenya’s beautiful sand beaches at the coast. Spoil your self with a tan, less crowded, cool evening walks in the evening or early mornings, a good swim or take part in assorted water sports.
Maasai Mara camping safari
Topping the list of attractions during the period of dry season which starts from June – October, the amazing spectacle on earth, now fondly known as the 8th wonder at the world. The Wildebeest migration. Other than the Wildebeest migration, its also good time to visit other national parks to see a greater variety of animals. Dusk and dawn game viewing is especially popular-watching the animals from real close as the come to the watering holes (as you share the same set-up – Tree Tops, where the Royal couple-Princess Elizabeth spend the night watching the endless procession of game visiting the waterhole) while looking at Kenya’s beautiful sunrises and sunsets.
Amboseli National Park
A visit to this park will grant you an opportunity to hike mount Kilimanjaro. Combined with its excellent opportunities to view Kenya’s animals that make it one of the most visited safari parks in Kenya.
Tsavo East and West National Parks
These parks encompasses mountains and hills for climbing, Savannah bush and semi-arid desert scrub, Acacia woodland, Palm thickets, rivers and the tranquil Lake Jipe.
Aberdare National Park
This Park is of high attitude created to protect the slopes and moorland of the Aberdare Mountains. The topography ranges from high moorland, hills and peaks to indigenous forest, ravines, streams, and water falls. Due to its high attitudes, the park is very rainy and misty making it home to the second largest herd of endangered black rhino. Two of Kenya’s best lodges are located in the park-Treetops and The Ark.