A Kenyan Safari is undoubtedly one of the most varied in East Africa and beyond. From roaring lions, thundering wildebeests and zebras across the Savannah to scenic landscapes, white sandy beaches as well as cultural and honeymoon safaris. With all these at your disposal to enjoy and endless opportunities to "capture the moment", the importance of good photography cannot be stressed further.
When is it best to visit Kenya?
The answer is relative. It depends on what you want to see and where you want to be. If you are interested in the Great Wildebeest Migration, mid year is the season. The weather is cool at this time. If you are interested in sunny beaches and coastal tides, then end of the year and January is the best time. The weather is perfect for the beach and the festive season will not disappoint. The National Parks are open through out the year.
Almost everyone who visits East Africa says a little "I wish" as they board the plane back home. The trip was fantastic but it could be better. So, they probably swore never to repeat some of the mistakes or miss out on some of the opportunities that presented themselves while on safari. Here are a few that you may want to consider. If you have not taken your trip yet, you will be surprised how significantly more these things will make your experience more memorable if not magical.