Special Interest Safaris

This is a good option for those with limited time or those who want to maximise their game viewing options. Some of the interest areas involve long distances and flying can be a quick and convenient way to hope between the prime game viewing areas. On some safaris part of the itinerary can be by air, which reduces the travelling time between parks. Flights are in the light aircraft, which utilise airstrips. Baggage allowance is 15 kgs per person and minimum check in time is 45-minutes. The lodges or camps will provide transfers and game-drives unless where spelt out otherwise. See air safaris.

Early morning balloon rides over the Masai Mara/Taita Hills provide a wonderful perspective on the wilderness areas. After landing, the crew sets up a champagne breakfast. Ballooning can be arranged in the Masai Mara, Taita Hills and in Serengeti, Tanzania. This exhilarating experience commences at dawn with approximately one hour in the air, followed by a bush breakfast complete with sparkling wine. You depart your lodge before sunrise and take off as the sun rises. The direction and duration of the balloon trip is dependant on the prevailing weather conditions. Optional balloon trips take the place of the morning game drive. Please note that ballooning is subject to weather conditions. Children under the age of 12 are not permitted and height restrictions may apply. See more details.

The 'ship of the desert' offers a great vantage point for viewing nature. The arrangement, usually through north and central Kenya, is accompanied by a Samburu warrior guide. Support vehicle carries luggage, tents and supplies. Camel safaris also through the arid plains of Tsavo East National Park.

Some Game Reserves and National Parks also offer the opportunity of walking safaris, which offer a very exciting experience. These safaris are usually accompanied by an armed guide. For walkers and treks there are some stunning trails, particularly in the rugged country of the central, western and north-western regions. For the most ambitious trekker and climber Mount Kenya, Mt. Kilimanjaro also Mount Elgon, Mount Meru and the Aberdares Ranges. See mountain climbing details.

Kenya boasts of approximately 1,300 different species of birds, more than any other single country on the African continent. The Rift Valley in particular supports large population of birds including raptors such as the fish eagle. The alkaline lakes support populations of flamingos and pelicans. Varied topography from woodland to desert, grassland to mountains, accounts for the incredible variety of species to be seen. From December to March the migrants from Europe arrive.....Read more.

We also provide cultural safari trails to the exotic Maasai, Samburu and other local communities. This provides most visitors with an opportunity to learn cultures, lifestyle and traditions of the places they visit. Read more.

At African Sermon Safaris, we recognise the need for those who are looking at enriching their knowledge in form of study and educational tours. There safaris, sample the best location for educational interest.

Horse back riding can be arranged in most locations

We also offer exclusive honeymoon and wedding safaris which are not only to quieter places but to comfortable and luxurious hotels/lodges. See itinerary.

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