9 days kenya birding safari package

9 Days Kenya Birding Safari Package trips Kenya Package lets you explore the richest places in Africa in terms of bird species. This 9 Days Kenya Birding Safari Package, birdwatching holiday goes to the fresh water Lake Naivasha, the alkaline lakes of Nakuru, Baringo and Elementaita and the Masai Mara Game Reserve. 9 Days Kenya Birding Safari Package, Kenya Birdwatching Tours Safari Holiday was actually created for Birdwatchers who want to see a lot of Kenya’s avifauna of over 1100 species. This 9 Days Kenya Birding Safari Package, Kenya Birdwatching Tours Safari Holiday mainly focuses on the Great Rift Valley lakes which includes Lakes Nakuru, Naivasha & Baringo, as well as 2 nights in Masai Mara, so that you get to see some of the other wildlife for which Kenya is so renowned such as the Big Cats and vast herbivore herds.9 Days Kenya Birding Safari Package, Kenya Birdwatching Tours Safari Holiday will give you a great opportunity to explore a region part of Kenya that is neglected yet is an orthinological paradise that hosts some endemic birds among other birds. Enjoy our 9 Days Kenya Birding Safari Package, Kenya Birdwatching Tours Safari Holiday with our local professional ornithological guide, taking you to watch birds to over 50 Important Birding Areas in Kenya. All this region has an amazing wealth of bird life due to lack of extreme variation in climate. More than 1,000 species of birds have been recorded in the vast variety of habitats in East Africa. Book our Bird Watching Trips Kenya Package and discover Kenya - around 1090 bird species are found here. Among all, eight are called national endemics and 170 are regarded as the Pale arctic migrants. All these primarily belong to the Middle East, Europe, Russia, and the Siberia. Then another group of almost 60 species migrates in the Afro Tropics from Madagascar. Species have unique inhabitants like 350 are found in a forest while the other 110 are called forest specialists. It is pertinent to mention that four bird species are critically endangered while the 16 are categorized as vulnerable.