Birding Safaris

Life Nature Safaris Birding Safari offers unbeatable East African birding & wildlife trips, by one of the most dependable birding companies in Kenya’s bird tour industry.

      The best looking birds in Kenya don’t hang out in pubs, you have to go out and look for them.

From the world’s biggest bird, the ostrich to the spectacular flamingos that congregate in their millions, the country holds eleven percent of the total planet bird species with some 1089 different varieties. To see Kenya’s rarest, indigenous and endangered birds, enthusiasts need to seek out from the lakes of Great Rift Valley, highland grasslands tucked away among various farmlands, to the deep forests of Arabuko Sokoke forest near Malindi and Kakamega.

Life Nature Safaris Birding Safari

Arabuko Sokoke

Being East Africa’s largest remaining Tropical Coastal Forest, there’s no wonder so many people are flocking to Arabuko Sokoke! It has been ranked by BirdLife International as the second most important forest for bird conservation on mainland Africa. More than 230 bird species are recorded including nine globally threatened species.

Life Nature Safaris Birding Safari

Lake Naivasha Birding Safari

Lake Naivasha Ramsar site is the second site listed by Kenya as a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention. Lake Naivasha is the highest of the Rift Valley Lakes at 1,880 m, the second largest freshwater lake and one of the only two freshwater lakes in Kenya.

The lake has a picturesque view of Mount Long’onot, hippos, over 400 species of birds including pelicans, African fish eagles, African darter, cormorants and the lesser flamingos. This makes it a great birding safaris destination.

Lake Nakuru Birding Safari

Our Lake Nakuru and Elementaita Birding Safari in the Great Rift Valley, combines bird and big game watching. You will have a chance to see four (4) of the Africa’s Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo and rhino) among other big game. Lake Nakuru is a world class birding  safari destination and fondly referred to as the bird watchers’ paradise.