Kenya is a country in the eastern part of east Africa renowned for its dazzling safaris in the wilderness and its picturesque sand beaches at the coast therefore offering a variety of tourists’ destinations.
One of the main reasons tourists come to Africa is to explore the wilderness and encounter wildlife. Kenya boasts with Africa’s big five you can find in most of the national parks and game reserves. Some of the animals you can expect to see are; elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffalos, hyenas and many more.
Climb Mount Kenya
Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the 2nd highest free standing mountain in Africa after Kilimanjaro in Tanzania; the best views of Mount Kilimanjaro also come from Kenya. Mountain climbers have great opportunities for hiking.
The great wildebeest’s migration
The great wildebeest’s migration is one of Africa’s seven natural wonders, this involves tens of thousands of wildebeests and other animals moving to Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya. This is also the world’s largest mammal migration.
The Great Rift Valley
One of the most outstanding things in Kenya is the Great Rift Valley providing breath taking views of the lakes, land scapes wildlife and so much more.
Visit Gedi Ruins
Gedi is an historical town hidden in the tropical forests in the coast.
Visit the Mara River
The mighty Mara River is where thousands of Wildebeests cross and survival here is for the fittest as crocodiles wait for their prey in the river and the predators lions are on the follow up for dinner.
Visit the Kenyan coast
Kenya is relatively bordered by the Indian ocean, there lots of activities to be done at the coast like snorkeling, scuba diving, swimming, relax in the pristine sand beaches and enjoy the sparkling African sun.
Like many African countries. Kenya is gifted with different ethnic groups offering unique cultures, you can visit the Masai people, visit Lamu town having a mixture of Portuguese, Arab traders and African tribes with fascinating history.
Visit Hells gate national park
Hells gate national park has got stunning rock formations you can explore on your own using a bicycle or on foot. The sceneries are beautiful and incredible.
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya with a lot of things to be done from encountering culture, taste African food and for those not interested in travelling countryside they have an option of visiting Nairobi national park and se slots of wildlife. The park is in the outskirts o town.
Visit Fort Jesus in Mombasa
Mombasa is one of the top tourists destinations in Kenya with serene holiday beaches and historical spots to see, Fort Jesus is a 16th century fort and as been recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site.
This is one of the best life experiences you can encounter, the manor is home to the endangered Rothschild giraffe you can have your breakfast at the sun room and have an opportunity to feed a giraffe on the wide windows. The manor is just about 20 kilometers from Nairobi.