Kenya-Re Towers, Ragati Road

Go Birding

As a bird-watching enthusiast, you’ll find Kenya to be a true paradise, with its rich diversity of bird species across its stunning landscapes. From the lush forests of Mount Kenya to the expansive savannas of the Maasai Mara, you’ll have ample opportunity to indulge in your passion and witness the beauty of these avian creatures in their natural habitats. Get ready for an unforgettable bird watching experience in Kenya!

Some of the top birding destinations include Lake Nakuru, famous for its large Flamingo population, Mount Kenya National Park, which is home to the endangered Aborts Starling; and Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve, which is home to over 240 bird species, including the endangered Clarke’s Weaver. Each birding location boasts unique bird populations and offers chances to spot diverse species in diverse environments.

Nestled along the equator and 200 km north of Nairobi lies Mount Kenya, a prime destination for bird lovers and birdwatchers. With a vast array of endemic bird species, bird enthusiasts are sure to spot unique birds like the Sunbird, Scaly Francolin, and Mountain Wagtail.

If you’re a bird lover or just looking to immerse yourself in nature’s beauty, a trip to Mount Kenya provides a unique opportunity to witness a diverse array of bird species amidst awe-inspiring natural surroundings. You’re sure to create lasting memories and leave with a renewed appreciation for the natural world.


Kenya: Where every level of birder finds their feathery paradise