For birders on transit business visits, conferences, other general tours, and on other unrelated missions.

Kenya’s Birding starts in Nairobi, - Kenya’s capital city with a bursting population of around 4.5 million people. Nairobi is considered as one of the strategically positioned city on earth and famous for being the only capital city in the World that boarders a protected game park- Nairobi National park. It is also located approximately 30 kms away from the Rift Valley and sandwiched between 3 worldly recognized mountains- Mt. Kilimanjaro in the south, Mt. Kenya in the north and the Aberdares in the north-west. The wonderful collection of plants ranging in different habitats attracts more than 250 relatively easily seen bird species of which approximately 50 are either endemics to East Africa or regional specialties. The checklist of Nairobi areas is well over 650 recorded species.

Many visitors to Kenya head straight from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport to their respective places of visit, Business, Conference, Safari or Beach destinations. They however spend very little time in Nairobi and hence miss an opportunity for good way to begin a holiday in Kenya. There are over 20 described local sites that have been well designated for birding within Nairobi and 60 Important Bird Areas (IBAs) in the country. There are many other undescribed or unprotected areas, but still offers superb birding with even rare or endemic species. Your option can be easily organized either prior to your arrival or locally on arrival.                                   

In the last few years, we have organized several birding excursions from Nairobi, Mombasa or even from other locations like Kisumu- Lake Victoria to respective birding sites. The slow pace of these excursions make it ideal for birders with difficulties in walking, keeping up with large groups which at times move in a neck – breaking speed. Almost 90% of our walks are on flat and gentle shrine. When organizing for birding excursions we consider a couple of things to help us choose the right birding habitat for you. Some of the things we consider are:
Your targeted bird, budget, physical fitness and interests that help us to decide whether we will take you to either of the following habitats: Dry country – deserts and semi deserts, savanna grasslands, wetlands, lakes, big dams and oceans, tropical lowlands and highlands forests.