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Kibera Holiday Safaris is a Kenyan safari company named after the second biggest slum in Africa "Kibera Slum". We provide provide Kenya safari tours and Tanzania Holiday safaris, Beach safaris, slums safaris, Bird watching safaris and photography safaris.

Kibera Slums Excursion Tour takes you to of Kibera slums. This tour is ideal for for everyone who wants to a have a real life experince in the largest slum in Kenya. This can be done before or after a safari or it can be a part of a City Tour.

We are friendly safari organizer that we will provide you with a personalized and custom tailor made Kenya Safari to suite your requirements and expectations. Our Kenya Safaris will take you to The most popular national parks in Kenya i.e

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 Samburu Nationa Park 

 

 Lake Nakuru National Park

  Nairobi National Park

 

  Aberdares National Park

 Sweetwaters Game Sanctuary

 

  Amboseli National Park 

 Masai Mara Game Reserve.

 

 Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Park

 

Masai Mara Game Reserve is the most popular Kenya safari destination; this is home to the Wildebeests Migration where the wildebeest Migrate from the Serengeti to Masai Mara in search of Water and Pasture. This Phenomenon is repeated every year in the Months of June, July and August.

We have pre planned Kenya Safari Packages for you but we also welcome your suggestions and ideas so that you can get your tailor made safari package.

Book a Kenya Safari with us today for a truly memorable safari adventure.Our experienced team will design an unforgettable and memorable Kenya Safari experience for you.

Are you in Nairobi for a conference, meeting or you are making a stop over for a few days - we have several one day safaris that can fit your schedule - Please click here to view our 1 day Nairobi tour . If you are alone and would like to join a group for a safari we have daily departures to masai mara game reserve

 

Kibera Holiday Safaris is represented at Safari Bookings : +254 (773) 991070 or info@kiberaholidaysafaris.com 

Daphne Sheldrick is the widow of David Sheldrick, founder warden of  Tsavo National Park in the south of Kenya. Since his death in June of 1977, the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust has played a significant role in Kenya’s conservation efforts. It has acted as a ‘watch dog’ on wildlife affairs and has had the courage to speak out when necessary. The Trust has worked relentlessly to further the protection and preservation of the Black Rhino and elephant and has assisted numerous other sick or threatened animals throughout Kenya. At the orphanage, located in Nairobi National Park, Daphne has successfully reared orphaned baby rhinos and elephants and re-introduced them to the wild. Visitors can observe the young charges being fed and learn about the challenge that faces our wildlife today.
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 The Giraffe Centre is a conservation project, which began in an effort to save the endangered Rothschild Giraffe, which is native to western Kenya. This successful project is an avenue to educate the school children of Kenya who rarely get to see the wildlife that is so abundant in their own country. There is always a small population of giraffes on the property who relish the pellets fed to them by visitors. The viewing platform is at giraffe head height and this offers a close up and personal interaction. Resident naturalists give an informative and interesting talk on the history of the project and the plight and future of the Rothschild Giraffe. There’s also a resident herd of warthog and some tortoises and African Grey Parrots.

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 The former home of Karen Blixen, also known by her pen name of Isak Dineson – author of Out of Africa) is a National Museum. It was gifted to the people of Kenya by the Danish Government. The lovely stone home is set in acres of landscaped gardens with lovely views of her cherished Ngong Hills. Although there are no coffee trees remaining, some of the machinery used to process coffee is located nearby. Knowledgeable guides give visitors a good insight to Karen’s life and her affair with Denis Finch-Hatton. There is a small shop with a good selection of books on Karen’s life.