Family Activities in Kenya
Why plan a family safari to Kenya
Where wilderness safaris originated, this unique destination boasts some of the greatest culture, adventure and wildlife experiences that Africa (and the world) has to offer. No safari in Kenya is complete without spending time with Maasai warriors and immersing oneself in other rich cultural experiences so it’s a wonderful country for children to learn about what else is out there. Home to the iconic Maasai Mara National Park, which has some of the best viewing options for the Great Migration, it is no wonder it’s a Bucket List must and Kenya’s most popular tourist destination. Kenya also has beautiful and somewhat untouched coastal destinations like Lamu and a wealth of other interesting and unique national parks like Lake Nakuru National Park, Lake Manyara National Park and Amboseli National Park, which is well known for it’s Mount Kilimanjaro backdrop.
Family-friendly activities in Kenya
The greatest wildlife spectacle on earth awaits you and your family in Kenya! The annual Great Migration sees over 2 million wildebeest and antelope migrate from Serengeti National Park to the Masai Mara in search of lush grazing grounds. One for the bucket list, your family can witness the migration from the months of August to October.
Encounter some of the greatest game viewing in the world on a family safari in Kenya. The birthplace of wilderness safaris, Kenya boasts a wealth of national parks teeming with wildlife. Visit Lake Manyara National Park to witness tree-climbing lions, marvel at big tusked elephants set against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli National Park and tick the Great Migration off your bucket list on a family safari in the Masai Mara.
No safari in Kenya is complete without spending time with the Maasai warriors and immersing oneself in their rich culture. The Maasai live a semi-nomadic lifestyle and their iconic jumping dance, vibrant clothing and crafts are recognized around the world. A wonderful opportunity to introduce children to different cultures, join a guide on a visit to one of the traditional villages to learn the daily rituals of the Maasai.
Take your family safari to Kenya’s coastline to discover miles of idyllic, palm-fringed coastline and vibrant coral reefs teeming with marine life. The tropical waters are home Spend your days relaxing on the beach and or get active with an array of watersports such as snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing and kite surfing. With long days of sunshine and temperatures averaging 28 degrees Celcius, Kenya’s coastline offers the perfect end to an exhilarating family safari.
Book your family safari to Kenya
Our expert consultants have taken the hassle out of your holiday with our collection of eco-friendly Kenya Family Safaris that include lodges with specialised children’s programmes, as well as kiddy-friendly menus and activities for the whole family. Start planning your responsible Kenya family safari today.