Kenya Safari Packages
Local tour operators have developed Kenya Safari Packages and three main tourist circuits to enable their clients utilize their time fully and get the best out of their safari in Kenya. These are the western central, northern and southern circuits. The circuits can be shortened or stretched further aﬁeld depending on the clients own wishes and the time the visitors want to spend in Kenya.
Kenya Safari Packages – What to see
Generally, Kenya has a chain of attractions for everyone. The ocean lovers and divers have a 480 kilometre tract of littoral belt strewn with beautiful coral reefs, coral gardens and hundreds of coral ﬁsh species to view. Sun worshippers ﬁnd the tranquil sun-drenched, silver-sanded coastal beaches a tourist paradise.
Historical land-marks of Vasco da Gama pillar, Gedi ruins, Fort Jesus, Olorgesaillie prehistoric site and the archaeological sites at Koobi Fora on the eastern shores of Lake Turkana are a true magnet to may historians and archeologists. The savannah-bush woodland country provides the visitors with unsurpassed breath taking large concentrations of wild animals to be found anywhere else on the African continent.
Mt. Kenya climbing adventure make even the most experienced mountaineers from Mt. Everest pause for a breath; while many world famous ornithologists do not believe their eyes at the ﬁrst sight of the great bird spectacles in the Great Rift Valley lakes.
Kenya Safari Packages – Departures
ln addition to other security checks, customs officers may weigh and inspect all outgoing baggage. Departing travellers are therefore required to identify their baggage for inspection by the custom officers. Airport departure tax (US $ 20) is payable on departure. There are duty-free shops at both Nairobi and Mombasa Airports. All purchase must be paid for in convertible currencies.