Spinetail Safaris offers safaris and tours to every National Park in Kenya.

Olive Baboon

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park is close to Nairobi, in the shadow of might Mt Kilimanjaro, and consists of multiple wetlands and is rich with wildlife.

Reticulated Giraffe

Masai Mara National Park

The most famous Park in Kenya, Masai Mara is witness to the incredible annual wildebeest migration, home to the Big Five, and the site in which “Out Of Africa” was filmed.


Tsavo East & West National Park

This park is world-famous for its distinctive brick-red elephants, painted by the red dust that they wallow and bathe in.

View from platform

Arabuko Sokoke Forest

Arabuko Sokoke Forest is the largest remnant of what once was an indigenous coastal forest that stretched out from Somalia all the way to South-Africa, in East-Africa.

Kakamega Reserve

Kakamega Reserve is the last remnant in Kenya of a tropical rainforest which once spread from Kenya to the west coast of Africa.


Shimba Hills

The Shimba Hills are about 30 km south west of Mombasa and although not significantly higher than the coastal beaches, they are remarkably cool.

Senegal Plover

Tana Primate Reserve

Tana Primate Reserve is a small reserve, protecting two primate species that have no other habitat in Kenya: Red Colobus Monkey and the Crested Mangabey.