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Grand Kenya Safari Tour with Lake Nakuru National Park9 days & 8 nights
INR 2,22,999
Kenya Adventure Escape with Maasai Mara6 days & 5 nights
INR 1,65,990
Discover Kenya with Amboseli National Park7 days & 5 nights
INR 1,87,990
Kenya Wildlife Safari Tour with Diani Beach9 days & 8 nights
INR 2,25,990
Glimpse of Kenya with Lake Naivasha5 days & 4 nights
INR 1,27,099
Best of Kenya with Maasai Mara & Serengeti National Park11 days & 9 nights
INR 3,25,000

Kenya Tour Packages - Browse through a wide range of Kenya holiday packages with exciting offers at Thrillophilia. Book customized Kenya travel packages with exciting deals & offers.

Kenya is a beautiful country in East Africa, known for its diverse wildlife, stunning landscapes, and rich culture. Explore the captivating beauty of Kenya with our exclusive Kenya tour packages. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking landscapes, diverse wildlife, and rich cultural experiences that Kenya has to offer. Our Kenya tour packages are meticulously crafted to ensure an unforgettable journey through this East African gem.

Embark on thrilling safaris in renowned national parks like Maasai Mara and Amboseli, where you can witness the iconic wildlife, including the Big Five. Our Kenya tour packages also provide opportunities to engage with local communities, offering a deeper understanding of the vibrant Kenyan culture. Whether you dream of witnessing the Great Migration, relaxing on the pristine beaches of Diani, or exploring the vibrant city life in Nairobi, our Kenya tour packages cater to various preferences. Each package is designed to provide a seamless travel experience, combining adventure, relaxation, and cultural immersion.

Discover the wonders of Kenya with expert guides, comfortable accommodations, and well-planned itineraries. From the savannahs to the mountains, our Kenya tour packages showcase the country's diverse topography and wildlife, ensuring an enriching travel experience. Explore the detailed itineraries and book your dream Kenya tour package today. Unleash the adventurer in you and create lasting memories with our carefully curated Kenya tour packages.

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Popular Destinations to Visit in Kenya:

1. Nairobi: Being the capital and largest city of Kenya, Nairobi is a vibrant and cosmopolitan hub of culture, nightlife, and wildlife. You can visit many museums, art galleries, restaurants, bars, and cinemas here to have a dynamic time. If you are into the unique experience of seeing wild animals, Nairobi National Park, the Giraffe Centre, and the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust are some must-visit places. 

2. Samburu: Samburu is a county in northern Kenya, housing the Samburu tribe that is a semi-nomadic community with a rich and colorful culture. Our Kenya holiday packages take you to witness the traditional Kenyan dances, ceremonies, and crafts here. You can explore the stunning landscapes of the Samburu National Reserve, spotting the Grevy’s zebra, the reticulated giraffe, and the beisa oryx as well.

3. Nakuru: Nakuru is a city in the Rift Valley region of Kenya that is famous for its natural beauty and wildlife attractions. You can visit the Lake Nakuru National Park, where you can see millions of flamingos and other birds, along with rhinos, lions, leopards, and buffaloes.

4. Eldoret: Eldoret is a city in western Kenya that is known as the ‘Home of Champions’. It has produced numerous world-class athletes who have excelled in international competitions. The city also hosts various sporting events, drawing sports enthusiasts and athletes from around the globe. You can learn about their history and delve in their spirit by visiting the Kipchoge Keino Stadium, the place where athletes train and practice. 

5. Kakamega: Kakamega is a town in Western Kenya that is surrounded by the Kakamega Forest, the only remnant of the ancient Guineo-Congolian rainforest in East Africa. You can explore the diverse flora and fauna of the forest, which hosts over 300 species of birds, 400 species of butterflies, and 27 species of snakes.

6. Meru: Meru is a city in Eastern Kenya that is the gateway to the Meru National Park, one of the most scenic parks in the country. Thrillophilia’s Kenya packages offer you to see a variety of wildlife here, including elephants, hippos, crocodiles, lions, cheetahs, and leopards. Interestingly, you can also see the grave of Elsa the lioness, who was raised by the conservationists George and Joy Adamson.

7. Mombasa: Mombasa is the second-largest city in Kenya and one of the most historically significant places to visit in Kenya. You can tour Fort Jesus which is a 16th-century Portuguese fortress, and visit the Old Town which is a maze of narrow streets and ancient buildings. Explore the Mombasa Marine National Park, where you can snorkel and dive among coral reefs and have an exciting adventure on your trip.

8. Narok: Narok is a town in Southern Kenya and the main gateway to the Maasai Mara National Reserve, one of the most famous safari destinations in the world. You can witness the annual wildebeest migration, one of the greatest natural spectacles on earth, as well as see the "Big Five" (lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros) strolling in herds in their natural habitat.

Visa Requirement for Kenya Trip:

Before embarking on your Kenya holiday adventure with our Kenya tour packages, it's essential to be aware of the visa requirements. Visitors to Kenya typically need a visa, obtainable online or upon arrival. Ensure your passport has at least 6 months' validity beyond your intended departure date, and two blank pages.

The process involves filling out an application form and submitting necessary documents. It takes around 3 days for processing the tourist visa normally, and it will be valid for 90 days with 30 days of staying allowance. For those planning a spontaneous getaway, visa-on-arrival services are available at major entry points to the country as well. This visa fee can range from INR 4,500 to INR 8,500. 

It's crucial to check the latest visa regulations and entry requirements on the official Kenya government website or with your travel advisor before departure. Understanding and fulfilling the visa requirements will ensure a smooth and hassle-free start to your Kenya holiday packages.

Best Time to Visit Kenya:

Kenya is a great year-round destination for safari and beach holidays, however, the best time to visit depends on your preferences and activities.

1. Peak Season (June to October and January to February): This is an ideal time to see the Great Migration of wildebeest and other animals in Masai Mara National Reserve. The weather is dry and sunny, and wildlife viewing is easy as animals gather around water sources. You can also enjoy clear views and comfortable temperatures while trekking on Mt Kenya. Our Kenya holiday packages are in high demand during this season, so book early to secure your spot.

2. Shoulder Season (November to December and March to May): This is the time to enjoy the greenery of Kenya and soothe your eyes, with less rain and humidity than the wet season. You can witness animals and migratory birds, and experience the cultural festivals and events of Kenya during this season, at prices lower than the peak season. 

3. Waning Season (April and May): This is the wettest and quietest time to visit Kenya, having comfortable temperatures and intriguing ambience. Wake up to the melodious chirps of the birds and witness vibrant landscapes that warm your heart. In case you are someone who would rather be in a serene and peaceful place, than around bustling crowds, the low season is your calling.

How to Reach Kenya

By Air: Several Direct flights to Nairobi in Kenya are available from India.

Direct Flights 

  • From Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi and Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai 
  • To Airport: Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi
  • Major Airlines: Kenya Airways, Indigo and Air India

Places to Visit on Kenya Trip:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Kenya:

1. Amboseli National Park: Amboseli National Park located at the foothill of Mount Kilimanjaro in Kenya is famed for its amazing scenery and variety settings. The park is home to iconic images of elephants crossing the mountains cloaked in snow. It is one of the world’s most biodiverse regions offering a stunning safari experience in lush natural setting.

2. Lake Victoria: The largest African lake in terms of surface area, Lake Victoria covers Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. Also referred to as The Pearl of Africa, it hosts various ecosystems while aiding in the local economy. Apart from its beautiful scenery, the lake plays a critical part in cultural activities and provides life to millions of people living on and around it.

3. Mt. Kenya National Park: Mount Kenya National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in central Kenya, showcases the mighty peaks of Mt. Kenya Africa’s second highest mountain; The multitude of ecosystems in the park are home to endangered animals, glaciers and forests. Tourists can have a look at its beautiful trails, mountains and enjoy the various types of flora.

4. Samburu National Reserve: Samburu National Reserve in the north of Kenya attracts visitors with its contrast wildlife species and rough topography. Home to the Samburu people, it showcases the iconic "Samburu Special Five": reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra Somali ostrich , beisa oryx and gerenuk. This untamed reserve offers a real safari experience in an unspoiled environment far away from civilization.

5. Diani Beach: The captivating Diani Beach is a coastal jewel in Kenya with its pure white sand and turquoise waters. Perched on the Indian Ocean coastline, it is a tropical paradise characterized by spectacular scenery, water sports and vivacious coral reefs. Through a perfect combination of relaxation and adventure, Diani provides an ideal getaway at the East African coastline.

6. Manda Bay: Manda Bay, located on the Kenyan coast, is a quiet haven characterized by beautiful beaches and blue seas. A peaceful sanctuary, it is home to luxury resorts and private villas making a paradise for those wishing solitude in comfort surrounded by natural wonders that embellish this stretch of the Indian Ocean.

7. The Great Rift Valley: The Great Rift Valley, a geological marvel that spans over 7000 kilometers throughout the East African region is. Its spectacular scenes are valleys, escarpments and volcanic mountains. The valley has a high biodiversity element as different ecosystems and wildlife inhabit the area. This geological wonder boasts of many archaeological sites which offer glimpses on human evolution and history of Earth.

8. Jamia Mosque: Jamia Mosque is a significant Islamic monument found in Nairobi, Kenya. This grand mosque that was built in the year 1952 acts as a center of Muslims. Jamia Mosque, with its majestic architecture and seating thousands of worshippers is a reflection of the religious plurality in Kenya' capital city.

9. Uhuru Gardens: In Nairobi, Kenya is found Uhuru Gardens which represents a great historical monument. It was established for the purpose of honouring Kenya’s liberation, from colonial rule in 1963. However, the luxurious vegetation and sculptures in this park create a peaceful environment that encourages people to consider the path towards freedom and harmony of their nation.

10. Lamu Island: Lamu Island, which is under the UNESCO world heritage designation due to its timeless beauty and preserved Swahili architecture. Situated off the coast of Kenya, it enchants with winding small alley streets; historical mosques and colourful markets. Lamu is famous for culture, an oasis of peace in the midst of a vibrant heritage that has enriched Swahili coast.

Things to Do on Kenya Tour:

Here are some of the best things to do in kenya:

1. Jeep Safari at Nairobi National Park: our Kenya packages offer you to experience the thrill of a Jeep Safari at Nairobi National Park, a unique wildlife haven just outside the city. Witness lions, giraffes, and rhinos against the Nairobi skyline. Professional guides enhance the adventure, providing insights into the diverse ecosystem. Ideal for a quick and captivating wildlife encounter without venturing far from the urban landscape.

2. Watch the Great Migration in Masai Mara: Every year, between July and October, millions of wildebeest, zebra, and antelope migrate from Serengeti in Tanzania to Masai Mara in Kenya in search of fresh grass and water. This is one of the most spectacular natural phenomena in the world, and you can witness it from a hot air balloon, a safari vehicle, or even on foot with a local guide.

3. Foster Orphaned Elephants and Rhinos: If you love elephants and rhinoceros, our Kenya travel packages will be your greatest find. You get the opportunity to foster an orphaned elephant or rhino at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. This is the world's most successful elephant and rhinoceros rescue and rehabilitation program. You can visit this nursery, watch the baby elephants or rhinos being fed and cared for, and even adopt one for a year.

4. Hike to Mount Kenya: Embark on an awe-inspiring hike to Mount Kenya, the second-highest peak in Africa. This challenging trek offers diverse landscapes, from dense forests to alpine meadows. As you ascend, marvel at breathtaking views and encounter unique flora and fauna. Reach Point Lenana for a stunning sunrise panorama. Various routes cater to different skill levels, providing adventurers with a memorable and rewarding experience. 

5. Visit the Ruined City of Takwa: Takwa is an ancient Swahili city that was abandoned in the 17th century, and it is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can explore its ruins, which include a mosque, a palace, a tomb, and several houses, while learning about the history and culture of the Swahili people. Immerse in the mysterious charm of this place and have a remarkable time touring Kenya.

6. Visit Hippo Point: Hippo Point is a private wildlife sanctuary on the shores of Lake Naivasha, where you can see hundreds of hippos and other animals, such as giraffes, zebras, buffaloes, and birds. Especially if you are on your honeymoon trio, consider staying in luxury camps, and enjoy the views of the surrounding lake and mountains with your better-half.

7. Cycle through Great Rift Valley: Embark on a thrilling cycling adventure through the scenic Great Rift Valley in Kenya, and traverse diverse landscapes, from lush farmlands to the dramatic rift escarpments. Whether you're an avid cyclist or a nature lover seeking an active experience, cycling through the Great Rift Valley promises a memorable journey through one of Africa's most stunning and geologically significant regions. The challenging yet rewarding terrain offers a unique perspective on Kenya's geographical wonders. 

8. Take Breakfast at Giraffe Manor: Giraffe Manor is a boutique hotel in Nairobi and it is surrounded by a forest which is home to the endangered Rothschild giraffes. These wild animals often visit the guests during breakfast and tea times. You can feed them, pet them, and take photos with them while enjoying a delicious meal. This activity can surely make your trip to Kenya a memorable one.

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What is the best time to visit Kenya?

The best time to visit Kenya would be from the month of July to the month of September. In this period of the year tourists from all over the world travel to Kenya to witness the great migration of the wildebeest and zebra.

If you wish to spend time in a phase of year when there would be very few tourists, then you can book your Kenya holiday package in the rainy season and admire the striking emerald vegetation all around.

How to reach Kenya?

The easiest and convenient way to reach Kenya would be by taking a direct flight to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport or Moi International Airport. The airports are located at a distance of 15 km and 9 km from the city centre respectively.

You can book direct flights from major international airports of India through Jet Airways, British Airways, China Southern, Emirates, KLM, Saudia, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, Swiss, Etihad Airways, Air France, Air Mauritius, Ethiopian Airlines, Lufthansa, and Egypt Air.

How much time does it take to get a visa to Kenya?

The time duration for getting a visa to Kenya would take about 14 business days as per the official Kenyan Consulates. However, the duration solely depends on the embassy to be contacted. It can also get approved between 2 and 15 days of application.

What is the cost for a tourist visa in Kenya?

The tourist visa in Kenya would cost about $51. Taking this tourist visa in Kenya, you will be able to stay for a period of 90 days and if you wish to stay any longer then you can also renew the same in immigration department. However, the maximum duration of stay for a tourist visa is not more than 180 days.

How do I plan a trip to Kenya?

To plan a trip to Kenya, start by deciding on the places you wish to visit and the activities that you want to tick-off your bucket list. Then calculate the budget, and finally start researching about the Kenya vacation packages offered by Thrillophilia. After booking the tour package as per your convenience and preference, arrange for all the important documents like Visa and passport. Pack appropriately, and confirm the itinerary before departing for a life-changing trip to Kenya.

How can I travel to Kenya on a budget?

Kenya happens to be one of the budget destinations in the world where you can enjoy your holiday vacation on a budget. You should plan out your Tour packages of Kenya to cut your expenses in such a manner that the per day expenditure KES11,885 ($111).

The average daily price that you will be spending on food will be around KES2,534 ($24) and KES3,220 ($30) on local transportation. The cost of hotel stays for a couple is about KES6,108 ($57). If you are planning to stay for a week in Kenya, then the total expenditure would be around KES166,390 ($1,549) for two people.

How many days are enough in Kenya?

7 to 10 days in Kenya is enough to enjoy its diverse attractions like lakes and beaches, and indulge in activities such as wildlife safaris and cultural excursions. You can browse through various Kenya vacation packages offered by Thrillophilia, and choose the one that suits your needs and interests. Alternatively, you can opt for a shorter 4-day tour in Nairobi that can give you a taste of the famous Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru.

What languages are spoken in Kenya?

Kenya happens to be a multilingual country where the widely spoken languages are Bantu Swahili Language and English. The english language is said to have been inherited in the course of colonial rule. There are a number of regional languages like Niger-Congo, Nilo-Saharan, Cushitic, Semitic, etc.

What is the cheapest month to fly to Kenya?

The cheapest month to fly to Kenya is typically during the waning season, which occurs in April and May. During these months, you may find lower airfares and hotel rates due to the long rains, making it a more budget-friendly time to visit. 

What are the best wildlife safaris to explore in Kenya?

1. Masai Mara National Reserve: Masai Mara National Reserve happens to be one of the popular safari park in Kenya. This park is mainly famous for its great herds of plains that house Masai Lions, Tanzanian Cheetahs, and African Leopards.

Tourists from all over the world visit this park on Kenya tours to witness the great migration, which happens to be the annual movement of zebra, wildebeest, and gazelle to and from the Serengeti in Tanzania.

2. Lake Nakuru National Park: 
Lake nakuru national park is widely popular for its amazing flamingoes. There are about a million pink flamingos in the park that flock on the shores of the lakes.

Apart from flamingoes, the park is also home to white rhinos, warthogs, giraffes, zebras, hippos, ostriches and lions. This national park is located at a distance of about 170 km from the city centre of Nairobi, which you can reach by road.

3. Amboseli National Park: 
The amboseli national park is home to about 370 different species of birds and wild animals such as zebras, wildebeest, spotted hyenas, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, buffalo, warthogs, impalas, jackals and leopards. The best time to visit this national park would be from the month of June to the month of October. You can take a short flight from Nairobi or else drive for four hours to reach the park.

4. Tsavo National Parks: 
Tsavo National Parks happen to be one of the largest protected wildlife sanctuaries in Kenya which offers some of the massive landscapes to explore.

You will be able to sight some elephants, giraffes, serval cat, leopard, cheetah, lion,oryx, gazelle, striped hyena, impala, buffalo, antelope, and approximately 500 species of birds on your Kenya tours. This national park is also home to two iconic trees namely the Baobab and the Doum Palm.

How many days are enough for a Kenya safari?

6 to 8 days is recommended for a Kenya safari to fully experience its diverse landscapes and wildlife. This allows for ample time to experience multiple game drives, visit different reserves like Maasai Mara and Amboseli, and indulge in some cultural interactions too. For a more comprehensive and in-depth experience, consider spending some more time a this mesmerizing destination.

Is Kenya safe to visit for safari?

Kenya is definitely safe for tourism, however it's essential to follow safety guidelines. You should visit only the reputable tour operators, stay in established lodges or camps, and follow the advice of local guides. Be cautious, respect the culture, stay updated on travel advisories, and make sure to follow the social decorum of the place.

Is Kenya expensive to visit from India?

Kenya is surprisingly affordable for Indian travelers, offering a budget-friendly adventure. Flights and accommodations have economical options, and local expenses are reasonable. With careful planning and choosing cost-effective activities, exploring Kenya from India becomes a pocket-friendly experience, making the destination accessible to those seeking an affordable yet enriching getaway. 

Which is the cheapest city to tarvel in Kenya?

Kabarnet is considered to be the cheapest city in Kenya where you can spend time without spending much. This city is home to a number of beautiful resorts, exhibition halls, and guests houses.

You will get to enjoy comfortable accommodation, great entertainment, and delectable local cuisine to delight your taste buds in the course of your stay in Kabarnet, Kenya.

What are the best ways to commute around Kenya?

The best way to commute around Kenya would be by a bus as it is very much cheaper than other means of transport like trains and flight. The bus services are fast as well as frequent to almost all the important places. They are also considered safe to travel from one place to another in daylight hours.

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