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Hotspots for Bird Watching Holidays in Kenya

Bird watching holidays in Kenya are a wonderful alternative to the regular safari experience. Here we highlight the hotspots.

Lions, Zebras and Elephants are not the only highlights that can be enjoyed on nature focused holidays to Kenya; there are some fabulous bird watching holidays based in this east African country, too. Renowned as one of the best places to see some of the planet’s most incredible bird life, Kenya offers a home to more than 1000 species of birds. If you're looking for one of the best and most fulfilling bird watching holidays in the world, look no further than Kenya.

Birding Hotspots in Kenya

Kenya is inundated with places to observe avian species, and many bird watching holidays combine stays in more than one place. Lake Naivasha, the highest of the Rift Valley lakes, is the second largest in the country. This fresh water lake supports a huge range of vegetation, making it a prime location for a thriving bird population. Here you will be greeted by Grey-capped Warblers, Spectacled Weavers and the Brimstone Canary, amongst almost 350 others. Being a freshwater lake with a healthy fish population, it is also home to a variety of fish-eaters including Fish Eagles and Long-tailed and Great Cormorants. You may stay at Elsamere, once the home of Joy and George Adamson of Born Free fame, but now more famous for its populations of Golden-winged Sunbirds and Superb Starlings.

The Masai Mara is, of course, famous for its big game, but its birdlife is also very impressive, with over 450 species being recorded. From the gorgeous tiny Sunbird to the giant Ostrich, the sheer variety makes it a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. On safaris through the park you will be able to look out for the Secretary Birds feeding in the grasslands, the Kori Bustards swooping through the skies, and the flocks of Crowned Cranes heading to the swamps to breed. Crowned Plovers and White Storks peck about for insects, while close to the swamps you may well get a chance to spot the Saddle-billed Stork.

Bird watching holidays to Kenya will not only see you ticking off numerous species on your 'must-see' list but will also allow you to encounter Lions, Cheetahs and perhaps even Leopards. Guided by local ornithologists, you will be taken to the best places to enjoy the abundant wildlife and enjoy the privilege of their immense knowledge. If you travel on a guided tour with a reputable nature-focused tour company, you can expect comfortable accommodationArticle Submission, a finely tuned itinerary and an expert service from start to finish – leaving you free to concentrate on enjoying the stunning wildlife of a truly fascinating country.

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Marissa Ellis-Snow is a freelance nature writer. If you’re looking for bird watching holidays, Naturetrek specialises in expert-led natural history and wildlife tours worldwide. Naturetrek brings over 25 years of experience to polar expeditions and tours to other spectacular regions on Earth.


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