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Watch rhino on this Kenyan safari

You can expect to see endangered rhino in this exciting safari destination.

Watch rhino on this Kenyan safari available in Kenya Central Highlands, Kenya, Kenya Southeast, Kenya Southwest, Lake Manyara National Park, Lake Mburo National Park, Lake Naivasha National Park, Lake Natron, Lake Victoria, Mount Kenya National Park

You can expect to see endangered rhino in this exciting safari destination.

The major attraction that sets Kenya apart from the rest is its unique wildlife. The country is among the very few that hosts the Big Five. Additionally, it is one of the best places to view both the white and black rhino.

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Introduction

The best time to visit Kenya for rhino safaris is during the dry season that runs from late June to October. During this period, wild animals converge at various waterholes across the country in search of water. The country also experiences two rainy seasons. The long rains come between Mid-April and early June while the shorter rains appear between November and December. 

Know before you go

  • If you are a national from the US, UK, European Union, Australia or Canada, then you need to apply for a visa before visiting Kenya. You can obtain your visa from the Kenya High commission in your country or upon arrival in Kenya. Your passport should also be valid for at least 6 months after entry into the country.
  • Swahili is the national language in Kenya, but English is widely recognised as the official language of doing business.
  • Kenyans use the shilling as the official currency. Nonetheless, other currencies such as the US dollar, the Euro and Pound are widely accepted.

When to go

Kenya enjoys tropical climate characterised by two dry seasons; from January to March and July to October. The best time to visit Kenya for rhino safaris is during the dry season that runs from late June to October. During this period, wild animals converge at various waterholes across the country in search of water.

What to pack

Light clothing

• Personal first aid kit

• Insect repellant

• Sunscreen

• Sunglasses

• H a t

• Water bottle

• Flashlight

• Binoculars

• Battery chargers

• Toiletries

• Backpack

• Sandals

Weather and Climate

Kenya enjoys tropical climate characterized by two dry seasons; from January to March and July to October

The country also experiences two rainy seasons. The long rains come between Mid-April and early June while the shorter rains appear between November and December.

Nairobi, which is the Capital City, experiences subtropical highland climate. The mean maximum temperatures during the dry season can reach up to 2 4 degrees Celsius. The coastal regions of Mombasa and Malindi experience higher temperatures of up to 3 2 degrees Celsius.

Safari / Holiday Styles

​A luxury safari holiday where sighting wildlife, especially rhino, is the order of the day.

Where to stay

  • Coffee Lodge, Arusha
  • Tarangire National Park
  • Tarangire Treetops
  • Manyara National Park
  • The Manor, Ngorongoro
  • Serengeti Pioneer Camp
  • Serengeti Explorer Camp
  • Giraffe Manor
  • Solio Lodge
  • Sasaab
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