With our safari offices based in Mombasa, El Moran Safaris ensure the highest quality Safaris in Kenya, at the best possible prices. From a half day city tour, to an overnight Safari experience to break up your beach holiday,
or a full seven night Multi Centre Safari Tour Experience.
El Moran Safaris can offer over 100 different Safari packages to suit every budget and every expectation.
The Maasai Mara is regarded as the jewel of Kenya’s wildlife viewing areas. The annual wildebeest’s migration alone involves over 1.5 million animals arriving in July and departing in November. There have been some 95 species of mammals, amphibians and reptiles and over 400 birds species recorded on the reserve. Nowhere in Africa is wildlife more abundant, and it is for this reason a visitor hardly misses to see the big five (buffalo, elephant, leopard, lion, and rhino).
Amboseli lies immediately north-west of Mount Kilimanjaro, on the border with Tanzania.
The Park covers 392 square km, and forms part of the much larger 3,000 square km Amboseli ecosystem.
Large concentrations of wildlife occur here in the dry season, making Amboseli a popular tourist destination. It is surrounded by six communally owned group ranches.
The National Park embodies five main wildlife habitats (open plains, acacia woodland, rocky thorn bush country, swamps and marshland) and covers part of a Pleistocene lake basin, now dry. Within this basin is a temporary lake, Lake Amboseli, that floods during years of heavy rainfall.
Find yourself in an endless stretch of grasslands and savannah. You are in the true wilderness of Tsavo East National Park – the largest park in Kenya and one of the oldest. Great herds of elephants roll in the red-dust soil here and gather at essential watering holes to sustain life. The images of these giants spraying each other is one of delight and never to be forgotten. Tsavo East is the largest protected area in Kenya, a land of unparalleled biodiversity and naturally home to Africa’s “Big Five” – black rhino, Cape buffalo, elephant, leopard, and of course, lion.
Tsavo West National Park is a popular safari destination on account of its magnificent scenery, Mzima Springs, rich and varied wildlife, good road system, rhino reserve, rock climbing potential and guided walks along the Tsavo River. Tsavo West National Park's landscape consists of open plains alternating with savannah bush and semi desert scrub, acacia woodlands, rocky ridges and outcrops and more extensive ranges and isolated hills; belts of riverine vegetation; palm thickets and on the Chyulu Hills, mountain forest.
The Taita Hills Sanctuary is a privately owned game ranch operated by the Sarova Hotels International who own and
manage two game lodges within the sanctuary.
Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary was formed from three community-owned ranches in 1996. Lumo involves local people at every stage of the project, from the park rangers to senior management.
Ngutuni Sanctuary and the surrounding national park is best known today for their fantastic variety of wildlife including lion, cheetah, elephant, buffalo as well as a huge variety of plains game and bird life. It is only in Ngutuni Sanctuary, in the whole of Tsavo East National Park, where one can do a night game drive
A short drive out of Nairobi’s central business district is the Nairobi National Park.
Wide open grass plains and a backdrop of the city scrapers. Scattered acacia bushes play host
to a wide variety of wildlife, including the endangered black rhino, lions, leopards, cheetahs,
hyenas, buffaloes, giraffes and diverse birdlife with over 400 species recorded.
Visitors can enjoy the park’s picnic sites, three campsites and the walking trails for hikers, along with a choice of quality hotel accommodation to choose from, who could ask for more.
Situated between Lakes Naivasha and Baringo, beneath the high cliffs of the Eastern Rift,
lies Lake Nakuru.
This is a shallow soda lake surrounded by yellow-barked acacia woodland and grasslands, rocky cliffs and hillsides covered with the unusual giant Euphorbia trees. Lake Nakuru is world famous as the home of myriad flocks of greater and lesser flamingos which frequently form a stunning pink ribbon along the edges of the lake. But flamingos are unpredictable and are not always found here in such vast numbers - they migrate up and down the Rift Valley from Natron to Turkana in search of the best food supply.
An entertaining spectacle is the large flocks of pelicans found fishing and washing at the southern end of the Lake. Over 400 species of birdlife have been recorded at the lake, making this yet another of Kenya's major ornithological sites. In addition to the birdlife, the park is home to herds of buffalo, waterbuck, impala, Rothschild giraffe, and leopard. A defined area of the park has now been designated a rhino sanctuary.