Family Holiday in Kenya

Travel Buddy Africa bird watching safaris are dedicated entirely for birding enthusiast whose sole focus is looking out for Kenya’s birds of paradise and not the Big Five, though chance are we may occasionally encounter them in the process of bird watching. Kenya is a bird watching paradise because of the many varieties and diversity of habitats that has enable prolific birdlife to thrive. Kenya boosts of more than 1000 species of birds that have been identified and recorded. Birds in Kenya are found along river banks, forests, grasslands, swamps, mangrove forest, mountains, hills, and seashores, both fresh and saline water lakes such as Lake Nakuru and Lake Bogoria, among other habitats. Bird-watching safaris in Kenya are well worth venturing, you will be able to spot species of birds you have never seen before. It’s also relatively very easy to track, spot and watch birds in

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in their different habitats. The ease of watching birds in Kenya has made it a popular destination for the thousands of bird lovers who visit the country annually just to watch birds. Our bird watching safaris are carried out in a professional manner usually in a small group of 2 – 9 birdwatchers in the company of an expert birding tour guide with local knowledge of birds, their habitats and behaviours. Travel Buddy Africa will take you to the spots it knows are best for bird-watching, off the beaten trails with the firm intention of finding great flocks of birds and even rare species too.

The Great Rift Valley in Kenya is a great place to start a bird watching tour, on it floor lie several rivers and lakes. The Great Rift Valley lakes have abundant birdlife thriving there. The best birding season in Kenya is between October and April where more than 120 migrant species have arrived from the Northern hemisphere, mostly from the Palearctic. During this season the coastal region of Mombasa is particularly good for bird-watching with large flocks of water birds congregating at Mida Creek and Sabaki Estuary