Despite the fact that it falls outside of the region’s ‘long’ and’short’ rain periods, January falls within Kenya’s rainy season. Because of the high temperatures in January, clear, sunny days are expected, resulting in excellent visibility, which should be ideal for viewing wildlife on a Kenya Safari.
In terms of visitor numbers, January is a low season month for a Tanzania Safari. Despite the high humidity, this is the start of the Great Migration’s calving season, and it is a sight not to be missed. This is a rare opportunity to see predator-prey interactions in the wild.
Tourists love to go on a Rwanda Safari in January because the weather is warm and sunny. Most of the time, it’s also dry. This is a great time to go gorilla-trekking because of the fantastic weather.