Tourism Packages in Kenya
We are not only ready to welcome you back to Magical Kenya Experiences, but we are also offering very discounted post-COVID-19 packages. Most partners have reduced normal rates by applying huge discounts ranging from 30 to 50%, in order to mitigate the re-opening, of our lives and businesses again after the worst experience in our lifetime ever!
Take advantage of the best re-opening offers by booking your next magical Kenya adventure experience as well as get yourself, friends, and family out of the lockdown, now that the world is reopening.
Have a look at all our available packages here. We have handcrafted these packages for you so you don’t have to worry about your holiday plans.
Tourism in Kenya has seen steady growth since its independence. The sector slowed down in the 1990s, but it is currently the country’s largest foreign exchange earner, followed by flowers, tea, and coffee.
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SAFARI IN KENYA
Many travelers who visit Kenya are safari-bound tourists who come to visit the various tourist attractions in the country. An African safari is what Kenya is renowned for and thus has come to be known as the heart of the African safari.
WILDLIFE IN KENYA
Kenya has diverse wildlife and spectacular landscapes. The country occupies an area of 580,367 square kilometers, out of which approximately 44,359 square kilometers or 7.5 percent are a wildlife conservation area.
The protected areas embrace various types of ecosystems namely: forests, wetlands, savannah, mountains, marine, arid, and semi-arid. The protected areas comprise 23 terrestrial National Parks, 28 terrestrial National Reserves, 4 marine National Parks, 6 marine National Reserves, and 4 national sanctuaries.
Some of the wildlife that can be seen in the National Parks and Reserves are lions, elephants, rhinos, buffaloes, wildebeests, zebras, kudus, elands, gerenuks, hyenas, baboons, Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelles, giraffes, topis, bushbucks, waterbucks, leopards, cheetahs, hippos, crocodiles and more than 1070 species of birds.
However, the biggest interruption in the history of our industry as well as globally was the Coronavirus pandemic which completely locked down the sector in starting April 2020 but four months later, the industry started re-opening initially with the domestic traveler. The re-start trend has since continued to grow with key international flights having resumed the Kenya destination.
We are now opened in many locations and are now ready to continue delivering the magical nature and wildlife experience!