This is What a Kenya Budget Tour Would Entail

A good budget tour in Kenya will give you an opportunity to explore the beauty of this country. The tour includes accommodation as stipulated in the itinerary. Transport is in custom built vans from where you can have an excellent view of the wildebeest, mountains, lakes, plants and people from different tribes. All drivers and tour guides are well trained and able to speak English and therefore there is no need of language interpretation. You are however free to drive on your own if you decide to have complete privacy. The tour also includes all government taxes and levies. The game viewing drives and entrance fees are as in the itinerary.

You can include Mt. Kenya climbing in your budget tour. You will have fun as you ascend and descend Mt. Kenya which forms part of the central highlands and is also the highest mountain in Kenya. Here, you will have a good view of wild animals such as elephants, buffalo and antelopes among others as you pass through the ever green forest which has different types of trees and grass. You will experience the cold weather as you ascend the mountain. You are advised to have warm clothes to withstand the cold conditions. Mt.Kenya routes include Sirimon route, Chogoria route and Naru Moro route. Mt. Kilimanjaro routes are Marangu and Machame routes.

You can budget the tour to suit your needs and requirements or let the operators do the work for you. This will also include accommodation and meals. In camping sites, meals are prepared by a camp cook over hot charcoal and stories are told in the evenings by the area local elders as you listen to various wildlife sounds. Some camping tours include the Masai Mara camping site, Lake Nakuru camping safari, Samburu Kenya safari Camping, Lake Bogoria camping, Lake Nakuru safari Camping and Mt. Kenya walking safari.

Lodges are built in remote luxury establishments across the country to middle range while budget tour camps are set up at designated places in wildlife reserves and mountain areas. Kenya budget operators are committed to promoting the Eco-tourism in the country where the local communities work together to upgrade their environment and tourist sites. Spending your holiday vacation in camps is one of the best ways to experience Kenya’s natural beauty and attractions. An adventure to the Great Rift Valley will be so impressive especially after meeting with the Masai, Pokot and the Samburu tribes who still hold their cultures.