Kenya is an excellent all year-round destination. However, November, April and May are the rainy seasons and it can get rather wet (although global weather patterns are getting less and less predictable). December to January, and late June through to October is when it is drier, and animals tend to congregate around permanent water sources. During the wet seasons, the wildlife tends to disperse across larger areas and is harder to find. June, July and August tend to be slightly cooler months. In all the locations on this itinerary, you can expect warm days and cooler nights. If you want to catch the annual wildebeest migration whilst staying in the Masai Mara, then choose to go between June and September (although the exact weeks that the animals thunder past varies each year, so check their progress before you book)!