lesser-flamingo2The country's dramatically diverse geography has resulted in an enormous range of natural habitats, making Kenya one of the natural wonders of the world. A land of endless potential for the wildlife enthusiast. From great migratory herds of the open savannah to an incredible abundance of birdlife, from the depths of a tropical rainforest to the depths of the Indian Ocean teeming with fish, Kenya truly is a world of natural wonders.

It holds some of the most remarkable birding sights, with such spectacles a must see experience! You can find the world’s biggest bird, the Ostrich, but also we will see spectacular flamingos that congregate in their millions at the various Lakes of the Great Rift Valley, painting them pink.

Special CommentIt goes without saying that all our accommodation is of the usual very high standard as all Worldwide Birding Tours. This tour is relaxed and recommended if comfort and easy pace is required.

black-bellied-bustardWith eleven percent of the world’s species – some 1089 different varieties, Kenya’s birding is one of the best in the world. It is not unusual to record 300-600 different varieties on a short trip or to record more than 120 at a particular site in a single day! The variety of birds in Kenya is made possible by the favourable climate, diverse habitats and geographical features, that make it a suitable migratory route for birds. Our tour has been organised to cover some of the best birding areas and aims to visit a large range of habitats. Besides bird watching we will also pay attention to game-viewing in general. Most places do have fabulous possibilities. Kenya offers more than 400 mammal species.
All our guests always have regular options, either join-in with the tour group birding/game viewing or opt-out and enjoy your own company. You, the client, have choices unlike with so many other group tours!
Take a look around. We have put all the interesting information together on a single page. Enjoy our impressions of Kenya with a selection of fine bird and wildlife photos. You can read our latest Trip Report to give you an idea of what is awaiting you. You will find all you want to know about our Itinerary, a tour map and of course practical facts and travel tips.
The price we have arranged is really very competitive. You will not find another Kenyan tour with a similar itinerary and including the same quality accommodation for this great value price.

Reserving your place is both easy and inexpensive. A deposit of € 250 is all we require! Book online...

Kenya Facts and Travel Tips

Tour Map of Kenya

Detailed Tour Description

Photo Gallery of Kenya

Kenya Main Tour Info

  • Tour dates
    1st - 12th of June 2018
  • Price 2016
    US$ 6.400 p.p.
    US$ 800 single supplement
  • Deposit
    20% of the tourprice
  • Includes
    All accommodation, all meals , transport, full-time guides, Nature reserves entrance fees, airport transfers.
  • Excludes
    Flights, insurance and personal costs.
  • Tour party
    Minimum 4, maximum 8 fellow travellers


Kenya Itinerary at a Glance

  • Day 1 - Fairview Hotel - Arrival in Nairobi, hotel transfer
  • Day 2 - Fairview Hotel - Birding and Game watching in Nairobi National Park
  • Day 3 - Serena Mountain Lodge - Birding during the transfer and around the Lodge
  • Day 4 - Sambura Serena Lodge - Birding during the transfer
  • Day 5 - Sambura Serena Lodge - Birding and Game watching in Samburu National Park
  • Day 6 - Sambura Serena Lodge - Birding and Game watching in Samburu National Park
  • Day 7 - Naro Moru River Lodge - Transfer to Aberdares N.P, birding and Game watching
  • Day 8 - Lake Baringo Country Club - Transfer to lake Baringo, birding and Game watching
  • Day 9 - Lake Baringo Country Club - Birding and Game watching around the lake
  • Day 10 - Sarova Lion Hill Lodge - Transfer to Nakuru National Park (Lake Nakuru)
  • Day 11 - Sarova Lion Hill Lodge - Birding and Game watching in Nakuru National Park
  • Day 12 - Transfer to Nairobi / Departure

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Latest Trip Report of Kenya

Spekes-Weaver1In August 2009 Worldwide Birding Tours undertook its first birding tour to Kenya.
The Itinerary had been set-up in close collaboration with our ground-agent in Kenya and now the moment had arrived to experience if our high expectations would come true.
We started in Nairobi, going north to Mount Kenya and the Samburu National Reserve. Continuing with Lake Nakuru, to see the Famous Pink Coloured spectacle of the thousands of Lesser Flamingos.
Spending time to visit Lake Baringo and Lake Naivasha and finally ending with a 4 days stay in the Masai Mara to experience the migration of the Blue Wildebeest. Interested to read more about our experiences?

Tour Leader/Trip Report
: Pieter Verheij
Local Guide : Joseph Mwang

Day One – August 3rd - Arrival at Nairobi Airport – Fairview Hotel.

The group arrived in the evening of the 3rd all together at Nairobi airport. Unfortunately one of the suitcases was missing. The completion of all necessary formalities took some hours, and ...

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Meet your Tour Guides for Kenya

joseph1Joseph Mwangi is our senior ornithological and wildlife guide in Kenya. His vast experience of 12 years as a guide in this country has been of great benefit to our company and the many clients fortunate enough to have met him. Not only does Joseph work with Worldwide Birding Tours, but has become a friend to us and those who have gone on safari with him.
Tour leader: Each tour will have a representative of Worldwide Birding Tours to accompany it, ensuring attention to detail and fulfilling our pledge not to send you on holiday, but to take you.
Born in Central province of Kenya, Joseph's interest in birding came way back in 1992-1995 (a real hidden talent) whilst he was in secondary school. This saw Joseph joining with the Geographical Club (where he became chairman) and later joined the tourism college, these interests saw his talent as a leading bird guide grow and later he joined Nature Kenya, a society that in Kenya deals with matters pertaining to Birds, Flowers, Plants, Entomology and in the general conservation of Nature. Joseph is also a member of the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association (KPSGA) and holds a Bronze Medal.
His birding safaris have been recognized as amongst the best in Kenya and his reputation grows as does the list of the contented clients who have done bird safaris with him.