Dont be surprised because when one speaks of top tourist attractions in Kenya, the images that first come to mind would probably involve African safari rides and the sight of beautiful and equally intimidating animals like lions and hyenas.
Well, for the most part, this expectation is on point. But there are a number of other highlights in this country that travelers can look forward to seeing.
Here you will find a vast of Safaris Package start from a day tour up to days’ tour with combing destination and activities such as mountains climb, game drive, camping to relaxation on tropical beach in Mombasa and other places of India Ocean coast.
Kenya can truly claim to be the home of the "safari" since the word is Kiswahili (Swahili) for a journey. And there's no better place to enjoy the enriching wildlife experience than Kenya. The country's game viewing experiences are widely regarded as the best in Africa.
It is the place to see seemingly endless herds of wildebeest and zebras trekking across the plains on their annual migrations - followed by the predators, lions, cheetah and hyena. It's elephant country, boasting some of the largest populations in the world.
The Masai Mara game reserve is the largest in the world, a vast amphitheater teeming with game while the snowcapped majesty of Mount Kenya inspired Hemingway to write a novel.
But if you think the top tourist attractions in Kenya ends there, then you’re up for a pleasant surprise since you’d also be treated to great beach escapes on some of its offshore territories.
Mombasa is among the country’s famous beach sites. And it is a recommendable pit stop for a luxurious vacation experience.
Here, you could indulge in some snorkeling, diving and dolphin watching. But if you can’t afford the accommodations there, you could head on over to Lamu Island instead, which also features amazing diving and snorkeling spots.
If you’re lucky, you might even get to swim with whale sharks during your stay. And to put an exclamation point to your Kenya excursion, you should climb Mount Kenya and conquer one of the highest peaks in the world.
Finally, there are excellent places to stay. The lodges and tented camps are small, but very comfortable and each has its own distinct character, providing a tailor-made and personal service - the perfect bases for unforgettable safaris!
Karura Forest Reserve Nairobi Kenya
I am sure I walked on every trail provided there. Now its my personal peaceful get-away from the hussles of the city, Oloolua is home to the Institute of primate research and have a bio-medical research facilities here, upon arrangement you may have a tour of the facilities.
Its Unspoilt, and it takes you closer to nature as one can be,The waterfalls are magical and would bet the writer Ngugi wa Thiongo in his book 'THE RIVER BETWEEN' was describing this place,MORE>>
Nairobi Kibera Slum
Exploited! Nairobi Kibera Slum is really not a tour location. It is a slum area. I've lived close by for the last few years and I occasionally go there for various reasons.
Kibera is often times the 'poster child' for the poor place in Africa because it's so accessible.
If you appreciate it for what it is, it's actually a pretty great...If you have a chance to visit the Kibera Slums it is well worth your time.MORE>>
Wild Earth Day Spa
Whereas every other spa probably gives great pedicures to women, they have no clue on what o do for a man.
Wild Earth Day Spa truly scrubs all the dead skin, gives a great massage and snips and buffs nails neatly.
Their massages are also very therapeutic - not just mere oil and press, but go the heart of stress knots and one comes out totally rejuvenated.MORE>>
Bomas of Kenya
Bomas of Kenya is a great place to see and learn tit bits about Kenyan culture. The dance routines are great and the performers appear to really enjoy themselves.
However, the best part is the model village setting where you can learn about how each tribe live.MORE>>
Sadili Oval Sports Academy
A place like no other....Sadili Oval Sports Academy is! Located not far from the city center, less than 10minute drive to the National Park, with comfy rooms and lodges to have your rest and to top it up breath taking, a gym, swimming pool, excellent service at the restaurant.... a football pitch surrounded by a running track...you surely want to keep fit!MORE>>
Nairobi Arboretum is a wonderful place to take children or just go alone for a quiet walk. The arboretum features almost all of the plants that Kenya boasts.
Going mid-rainy season means more flowers are blooming, but it's really lovely at any time.MORE>>
Brown's Cheese Factory and Farm
The best cheesemakers in East Africa....a visit to Brown's Cheese Factory and farm in the green highlands of Limuru, tasing the delicious cheeses along the way make this a must trip during your time in Nairobi..MORE>>
Uhuru Gardens Memorial Park
With the new plans they have for Uhuru Gardens Memorial Park,I would definitely go back once done.
Its a really nice place for picnics and games and launches but weddings are a definite no with planes landing on willson airport next door the noice bad for video coverage of the event but there security is great.MORE>>
Kenyatta International Conference Centre
Should i say “Kenyatta International Conference Centre, A master piece of inspiration and heritage of Kenyans”? of course yes it is the only building that says you know Kenya.
It is the Iconic symbol of Kenya. No picture says u know Kenya if it does not have KICC in the background.MORE>>
Ngong Hills Nairobi
Like Climbing? then Ngong Hills Nairobi should be your nest attraction while on a vacation in Nairobi City. The climb to the seven hills of Ngong is very good experience for a first time climber. Great when coming down but endurance when climbing up.MORE>>
Nairobi Snake Park
Name different types of snakes are readily available making Nairobi Snake Park attractive to view their social life..
one would not belief how they are handled since snakes are termed as toxic creatures!!!MORE>>
Kenya Railway Museum
We had an afternoon in Nairobi on our transfer day back to Uganda and thanks for my friend's researches, discovered the Kenya Railway Museum.
I didn't expect a detailed guided tour but was absolutely delighted by the young man who took us through the exhibits teaching us about the Kenya Railroad and the important role it played in building the nation.MORE>>
Nairobi Jamia Mosque
Located in the heart of central Nairobi, Nairobi Jamia Mosque stands out amongst it's bland neighbouring buildings, with turrets and features glimpsed from nearby streets.
It's worth a look if you are in the area, just as something different to see.MORE>>
Kenya National Archives
I dare say that Kenya National Archives building makes you forget that you are in the middle of the central business district.
once you enter those doors, the calm serene air that greets you wants you to know more about the art work on display.MORE>>
Nairobi Central Park
Nairobi Central Park is literally across the road from the more widely known Uhuru Park, but has a completely different feel about it.
Whereas Uhuru is busy and exciting, Central Park is more relaxed and serene. Typified by the locals, who lie sleeping or snoozing on the grass, Central Park seems for a place to relax and take in the surroundings.MORE>>
Karen Blixen Museum
For anyone with an interest in Karen Blixen's book Out of Africa or the subsequent film, Karen Blixen museum is a must see.The author lived on a coffee estate in a house known as Bogani from 1914 until 1931MORE>>
Tana River Delta
Tana River Delta destination is another top Kenyan tourism destination and if you plan to go there, allow us to be your guide.
On the remote shores of Kenya’s far Northern coast, the mighty waters of the Tana River meet the sea in a massive River Delta.MORE>>
Taita and Chyulu Hills
Framing the vast plains of Tsavo, and lying within view of majestic Mt Kilimanjaro, are the Taita and Chyulu Hills.
The Chyulu hills are considered to be some of the youngest volcanic mountains in the world, born out of the earth only 500 years ago.MORE>>
For centuries the Swahili Coast of Kenya has watched as the winds blow traders, warriors, conquerors, slaves, refugees, explorers and now tourists past her shores. Palacial remnants of Persian and Omani kingdoms still remain.MORE>>
Shimba Hills National Park
The Shimba National Reserve is located just 48 kms from the coast, but at 500 metres they make a cool change from the tropical coastal climate. The reserve is made up of both open grassland and dense rainforest, all with stunning views across the Indian Ocean.MORE>>
Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage
This orphanage for Elephant Calves and Rhinos from all over Kenya was founded and still managed by Daphne Sheldrick, the widow of one of Kenya's best known Game Wardens David Sheldrick.MORE>>
Safari Sevens Rugby Tournament
The tournament is run by the Kenya Rugby Football Union. The competition is one of Africa's largest sevens tournament, and is contested by Kenya as well as numerous other nations and club teams. The competitionis traditionally held at RFUEA grounds, Nairobi.MORE>>
Rhino Charge Festival
Come and witness a Rhino Charge Festival in Kenya. This unique off-road car rally is held every year to raise money for the construction of a perimeter fence around the Aberdare National Park.MORE>>
Nairobi National Museum
The recently renovated Nairobi National Museum is a good place to learn more about Kenya's history and culture.
The construction of the present Museum Hill site began in 1929 after the government set aside the land for it.MORE>>
Nairobi Giraffe Center
The centre has been ostensibly set up as a breeding centre for the endangered Rothschild giraffe, but now operates conservation/education programs for Kenyan school children.
There is good information on giraffes available here, and an elevated feeding platform where visitors meet the resident giraffes face to face.MORE>>
Standing over the shores of Lake Naivasha, at 2886 metres this massive dormant volcano dominates the landscape for miles around.
The brooding hulk of the Mountain is lined with spectacular fissures and laval canyons. As you climb these slopes, you pass through herds of grazing game as spectacular views of the Rift Valley and Naivasha unfold belowMORE>>
Rising from the jungles that border Uganda, Mount Elgon is an impressively craggy extinct Volcano. This remote region makes for interesting trekking through deep forest and across broad moorlands.
There is plenty of wildlife and plenty to discover. The peaks are ideal for climbing, and shelter a series of warm geothermal springs.MORE>>
Mt Kenya, Africa’s second highest peak is regarded as the realm of Ngai, god of the local Kikuyu people. Traditionally, all Kikuyu home were built to face this sacred peak. They call it Kirinyaga, or place of light.
The mountain is an awe-inspiring sight. Its ragged series of peaks are crowned with snow, and its slopes are thick with forestMORE>>
Mombasa South Coast Beaches
The coastline south of Mombasa is a tropical paradise of palm fringed white sand beaches, where the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean meet beautiful coral reefs. The protective reefs have created ideal beaches with calm, inviting waters.MORE>>
Mombasa North Coast Tourism Destinations
The coastline North of Mombasa is a world of enthralling history and natural beauty. The coast is lined with pristine palm fringed beaches, and the calm inviting waters of the Indian Ocean.MORE>>
Mombasa Fort Jesus
Today the majestic Fort Jesus is a National Monument, standing high over the Mombasa harbor.Fort Jesus is an interesting place to spend a day exploring the gun turrets, battlements and houses within the walls. There is an excellent Museum and trained guides available.MORE>>
Maralal Wilderness Tourism Destination
Maralal, located about 348 kms North of Nairobi, is considered the gateway to Kenya’s wild and arid North, and is a mecca for adventurers, nomads and camels.Maralal is well known for one annual event that draws international visitors and locals alike in great numbers, the annual Maralal International Camel Derby.MORE>>
Maralal Camel Derby
This is Kenya's best known and most prestigious camel race, attracting both local and international competitors.
The event is a major draw for spectators as well as racers, and the competition is fierce.MORE>>
Malindi Beaches in Kenya
Malindi Beaches in Kenya are too good to be true, Malindi has exquisite beaches and so does the Watamu.Offering wonderful opportunities of Beach Safari, there is safari mixed with water sports mixed with lots of thrill and entertainmentMORE>>
Malindi and Watamu Beaches Destinations
The small town of Malindi is at the centre of a strip of idyllic tropical beaches offering the visitor a range of world class resorts and quiet relaxing hideaways. Further south, the sleepy village of Watamu is fronted by wide white beaches.MORE>>
Rising high above the arid plains of Northern Kenya, the Loroghi are perfect for a trek with a difference.These spectacular hills rise up through a series of escarpments to a peak of 2580 metres. The views from the edge of the Lesiolo escarpment are astonishing, the Rift Valley floor stretches out before you and merges with a distant horizon.MORE>>
Lewa Marathon Festival
The 26.2 mile endurance race is sponsored by Safaricom in partnership with the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in order to raise funds for numerous community development and wildlife conservation efforts.Most well known for its unique setting Runner's World Magazine included the Lewa Marathon as being, 'One of the top ten races to run in your life'.MORE
Lamu Tourist Destinations
Lamu is a place like no other, a peaceful tropical island where life is lived at it’s own relaxed rhythm, but a place whose history is as mysterious and fascinating as the winding streets of it’s medieval stone town.MORE>>
Lamu Cultural Festival
Each year, Lamu comes to life during the annual Lamu Festival. Several competitions and races are staged during this week long festival.Lamu Cultural Festival is a celebration of both the past and the future, and the beliefs and traditions that are the heart and soul of the Lamu community.MORE>>
Lake Turkana Kenya Destination
The history and cultures of the North- the Samburu, Pokot, Gabbra, Borana and many more are written upon the soil of this trackless land- andtravelling through this area is a great education in itself. Both the East and West shores of the Lake each offer unique areas of interest.MORE>>
Haller Wildlife Park
It is a former disused quarry that has been reborn as a small private game sanctuary. A major initiative has been made to "green" the quarry, and these efforts have literally blossomed into an area of lush beauty...MORE>>
Gedi is one of Kenya's great unknown treasures, a wonderful lost city lying in the depths of the great Arabuko Sokoke forest. It is also a place of great mystery, an archaeological puzzle that continues to engender debate among historians.MORE>>
Jain Temple Mombasa
With its amazing artwork on the walls, it seems to be a very respectful place inside.
Apparently a beautiful temple inside, but unfortunately the guard outside must have been in his "off" day, not very friendly and did not let us in even when we offered him some money to get in.MORE>>
Mamba Village in Mombasa
If you enjoy watching hundreds of crocs lazing around then Mamba village is the place for you , decent day out in mombasa , you can even have a crocs burger if you fancy it , be sure to go in the afternoon ,in time for the feeding for the crocs which was the highlight.MORE>>
Ngomongo Villages Mombasa
You can learn about the Kenyan ways of life in one compound.This place will show you how the different native cultures of kenya used to do their things and many other things about Kenya.MORE>>
Nguuni Nature Sanctuary
What a fantastic place for a party, celebration or even just a barbeque?” Who would have thought you could sit having a drink by a camp fire and feel like you were in the bush just a mile or so from Bamburi township and around 3kilometers from Bamburi Cement Works. It was a first for me, but I'm sure it won't be the last.MORE>>
Meru National Park Kenya
Meru is part of a complex of protected areas along the Tana river that includes the adjacent Bisanadi and Mwingi National Reserves, Kora National Park and Rahole National Reserve.MORE>>
Watamu Marine National Park and Reserve
Watamu National Park is part of a complex of marine and tidal habitats on Kenya’s north coast stretching from Malindi town to beyond the entrance to Mida creek. It is enclosed by the Malindi Marine National Reserve which also encloses Malindi Marine National Park.MORE>>
Tsavo West National Park Attractions and Wildlife
The park’s habitats include open plains alternating with nsavannah bush and semi desert scrub, acacia woodlands; rocky ridges and outcrops and more extensive ranges and isolated hills; belts of riverine vegetation; palm thickets and on the Chyulu hills, mountain forest.MORE>>
Kenya Tsavo East National Park Attractions and Wildlife
The park has an interesting and diverse history including: the Waliangulu and Kamba tribes used the park as a hunting ground prior to gazettement; the first European to see Mount Kenya, Rev. Dr. L. Krapf, journeyed on foot through this area in 1848; during the construction of the railway bridge over the Tsavo River in 1898, lions (the famed maneaters of Tsavo) terrorised the workers, killing over 130 people before being killed by Col. .H.Patterson.MORE>>
Tana River Primate National Reserve
The reserve consists mainly of patches of riperian forest extending for 16 km along the meandering course of the Lower Tana River, 350 km east of Nairobi and 240 km north of Mombasa.MORE>>
Sibiloi National Park
Sibiloi National Park in Kenya is a Cradle of Mankind or call it the Garden of Eden. Do you know why its called the cradle of mankind?MORE>>
Shimba Hills National Reserve
A fenced elephant corridor connects the Shimba Hills with Mwaluganje Forest Reserve to the North.The Shimba Hills are a dissected plateau that ascends steeply from the coastal plains, 30 km south west of Mombasa and just south of Kwale town.MORE>>
Samburu National Reserve
Samburu National Reserve is one of the lesser-known national parks, but is nevertheless teeming with life. Situated alongside the Ewaso Nyiro River, there is plenty to attract wildlife from the surrounding savannah plains.MORE>>
Saiwa Swamp National Park
Saiwa is the smallest park in Kenya, only 3 square km. It was established to protect the semi-aquatic sitatunga antelope and encloses the swamp fed by the Saiwa river together with its fringing belts of rain forest.MORE>>
Ruma National Park
Ruma National Park in Kenya is a Last retreat of the roan antelope. Ruma was first gazetted in 1966 as Lambwe valley game reserve and acquired national park status in 1983. The park was established mainly to protect the roan antelope which does not occur anywhere else in the country.MORE>>
Nairobi Animal Orphanage
a Home to orphaned and sick animals. Animals received at the facility, undergo a thorough medical examination, followed by treatment where that is called for, before entering into an appropriate feeding and rehabilitation program.MORE>>
Mwingi National Reserve
Mwingi National Reserve is one of four protected and contiguous areas that comprise the 4,400 square km Meru Conservational Area (MCA). The other three are Meru National Park, Bisanadi National Reserve and Kora National Park. Mwingi has been designated a Wilderness Activity Zone by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) which allows for fly camping, camel and horseback safaris as opportunities for traditional game viewing are extremely limited.MORE>>
Mombasa Marine National Park
Both the park and reserve are the most highly utilised among marine protected areas. Their coastline is heavily developed with tourist facilities.There are various agents who offer boats for hire to get into the Marine Park. There are quite a good number of companies offering water sports facilities.MORE>>
Masai Mara National Reserve Kenya
The Mara Triangle consists of the western third of the Maasai Mara National Reserve. Its stretches from the edge of the Siria (Oloololo) Escarpment south to the Tanzanian border and east to the Mara river. Its is famously known as the SEVENTH WONDER OF THE WORLD for its wildebeest migration to and from the Serengeti park southwards to Tanzania.MORE>>
Marsabit National Park
The reserve has three spectacular crater lakes that provide habitat for a variety of birdlife.
One of the lakes, Lake Paradise, is most scenic and famous from early films and writings of Martin Johnson and Vivien de Wattville.
Marsabit reserve is also well known because of large elephants like the famous Ahmed, an elephant that was provided with a 24 hour protection by a presidential order.MORE>>
Laikipia Game Reserve
Increasingly acknowledged as one of the most important areas for biodiversity in Kenya,wildlife population densities in the Laikipia region and Ewaso eco-system now rank second to the internationally renowned Masai Mara ecosystem, whilst the diversity of large mammals is higher than in any other part of Kenya.MORE>>
Kora National Reserve
It comprises of an area of a little over 1,700 square km. This triangle of dense woodland and scrub is limited along its 65 km northern boundary by the Tana River, which rises in the highlands between the Aberdares and Mount Kenya, before commencing its 700 km passage to the Indian Ocean.MORE>>
Mount Elgon National Park
An ancient eroded volcano with a huge caldera, its summit has the spectacular flat-topped basalt column known as Koitobos.Another unique feature of the mountain is the lava tube caves, some over 60 metres wide and only caves in the world frequented by elephants (and other animals) digging for salts.MORE>>
Kiunga Marine National Reserve
The reserve incorporates a chain of about 50 calcareous offshore islands and coral reefs in the Lamu Archipelago, running for some 60 km parallel to the coast in northern Kenya and adjacent to Dodori and Boni National Reserves.MORE
Kisumu Impala Sanctuary
When the East African Railway reached Kisumu early in the last century, the area must have been teeming with plains game.
Over the passage of time hunting for food, ecosystem loss through human settlement and agriculture all reduced numbers vastly.MORE>>
Kisite Mpunguti Marine National Park in Kenya
Coral platforms around the raised central portion are exposed at low tide. The three other coral islets in the park (Mpunguti ya Juu, Mpunguti ya Chini and Liwe la Jahazi) lie closer to the larger Wasini Island, are scrub covered and support no significant wildlife or birds.The surrounding waters have well developed coral gardens and a large variety of fish.More
Kakamega Forest National Reserve
The forest lies in the Lake Victoria catchment, north of Kisumu and west of the Nandi Escarpment. It was first gazetted as a trust forest in 1933 and two small reserves, Yala and lsecheno were established within the forest in 1967MORE>>
Hell's Gate National Park
Hell’s Gate National Park covers an area of 68.25 square km and is situated in the environs of Lake Naivasha about 90 km from Nairobi.
The park is 14 km after the turnoff from the old Nairobi-Naivasha highway.MORE>>
Buffalo Springs And Shaba National Reserve
The arid and semi-arid zones district sits as a divide between the populous agricultural highlands of the Mt.Kenya region and acts as a gateway into the vast lowlands of North Kenya inhabited by various nomadic pastoralist communities where wildlife and livestock freely co-exist.MORE>>
Bisanadi National Reserve
Bisanadi National Reserve acts as a wildlife dispersal area for Meru National Park. It is a part of the Meru, Kora, Mwingi and Bisanadi conservation area, adjacent to northeast boundary of Meru, Isiolo district, covering an area of 606 square km.MORE>>
Ndere Island National Park
Ndere means ‘meeting place’ in the language of the local Luo tribe. According to the Luo folklore, Kit Mikayi, mother of the tribe, rested up near Ndere after her long journey south down the Nile valley. She found the lush shorelines so pleasing that she and her people stayed.MORE>>
Nasolot National Reserve
Nasolot National Reserve was gazetted in 1979 and consists 9,200 hectares of beautifully rugged land.It is located to the north of Mount Melo at over 3,000 metres.There are some spectacular views to be had, although most of the reserve is plains. Because of its remote location there are few visitors.MORE>>
Mwea National Reserve
Two islands within Kamburu dam constructed in 1976) are in the protected area. On the southern boundary is the Tana River, the eastern is the Thiba River and the northern boundary is an electric fence that stops animals from invading Makima settlements.MORE>>
Mount Longonot National Park
The name Longonot is derived from the Maasai word Oloonong’ot meaning mountains of many spurs or steepridges.The sides of the mountain have beautiful V-shaped valleys and ridges. The stony soils have little vegetation but the crater has an impenetrable forest.MORE>>
Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park
A rugged, hump-backed outcrop of ancient rock jutting high above the Athi Plains and hazily visible from Nairobi, Ol Donyo Sabuk is a densely forested mountain known to the local Kikuyu as ‘The Mountain of the Buffalo’, and to the Maasai as ‘The Big Mountain’.MORE>>
Mount Kenya National Park
The Park, which was inscribed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1997 and is also a Biosphere Reserve, covers 715 square km, and includes the peaks consisting of all the ground above 3,200 metres with two small salients extending lower down to 2,450 metres along the Sirimon and Naro Moru tracks.MORE>>
Lake Nakuru National Park Kenya Rift Valley
The landscape includes areas of marsh and grasslands alternating with rocky cliffs and outcrops, stretches of acacia woodland and rocky hillsides covered with a Euphorbia forest.MORE>>
Arabuko Sokoke Forest National Park in Kenya
Arabuko Sokoke was proclaimed a Crown Forest and gazetted in 1943. Part of the forest was gazetted as a strict nature reserve in the late 1960s.
The reserve is a few kilometres inland, between the towns of Kilifi and Malindi, 110 km north of Mombasa.MORE>>
Amboseli National Park in Kenya
Within this basin is a temporary lake, Lake Amboseli, that floods during years of heavy rainfall. Amboseli is famous for its big game and its great scenic beauty – and the landscape is dominated by the towering Mount Kilimanjaro.MORE>>
Aberdare National Park in Kenya
The Aberdares is an isolated volcanic range that forms the eastern wall of the rift valley,running roughly 100 km north-south between Nairobi and Thomson’s Falls.MORE>>
.Nairobi National Park
Nairobi National Park is unique by being the only protected area in the world with a variety of animals and birds close to a capital city.The park is a principal attraction for visitors to Nairobi. The park also serves many residents and citizens living in the city.MORE>>
Kenya Top Destinations Western Region
This is one of the nation’s least visited regions in terms of tourism numbers.
Yet Western Kenya is an area with hidden gems for those who enjoy life off the regular tourist trail.
As one might expect, accommodation here is limited and perhaps less luxurious than elsewhere in Kenya.
However, there are lodges and camps up to three-star standard as well as a selection of other accommodation such as the bandas available at Kakamega.MORE>>
Kenya Top Destinations South Rift Circuit
Kenya southern rift circuit is the best place you shouldn't miss while on your cheap vacation in Kenya. Ideal destination for your first safari experience
THE South Rift circuit comprises the most varied as well as some of the best known attractions in Kenya, including the famed Masai Mara National Reserve and Lake Naivasha.
The popular and easily accessible Lake Nakuru National Park is justly famed for its large flamingo population and its rhino sanctuary.MORE>>
Kenya Top Destinations Eastern Region
ust a short hop from Nairobi, yet a world away in every other respect, is the Eastern Region circuit, which includes the Samburu National Reserve as well as the eco friendly parks – less visited, but now gaining in popularity.
Samburu is strong on upmarket accommodation in delightful surroundings.
Along with Shaba and Buffalo Springs, it forms a more or less contiguous park separated only by the Ewaso Nyiro River.MORE>>
Kenya Ocean Beaches Destinations
The dazzling Kenyan coastline is one of sun-drenched beaches with soft sand, warm turquoise waters and refreshing sea breezes.
The coast is also dotted with attractive creeks, sleepy rivers and shady inlets. This is an ideal place for big game fishing, diving,water sports – or just lying on the beach.
No region in Kenya is better served in terms of hotel accommodation.
From Lamu in the north to Chale Island in the far south, visitors will find just about every type of hotel with a rangeof prices to suit all budgetsMORE>>
Kenya High Hills Destinations
This is the high hill country above Nairobi – a land of mountain peaks, spectacular waterfalls and remote alpine moors that provide a unique and breathtaking African landscape. It is also an area of coffee plantations andsmall farms that make up the region’s thriving agricultural sector.
There is, of course, wildlife to view. But, for the visitor, this is an area in which to enjoy adrenalin- fuelled sports such as white-water rafting, mountaineering and bungee jumping and a chance to participate in less strenuous activities not usually associated with Kenya, such as hill walking and trout fishing.MORE>>
Kenya Destinations Northern Region
The mostly remote and sometimes hard-to-reach attractions of the North Rift circuit are for the adventurous and for those seeking to explore Kenya at its most rugged.
But they also appeal to visitors who are drawn by the area’s lakes, hot springs and bird sanctuaries.
Parks, lakes and attractions such as Lake Bogoria, Lake Baringo, Kamnarok, Turkana’s South and Central Islands, Nasolot, Sibiloi and Marsabit see only occasional visitors.MORE>>
Southern Kenya Tourist Attractions
The Southern Region circuit is dominated by the Tsavo East and West game parks which together form Kenya’s largest game park.
Amboseli National Park offers a well managed game watching experience against the stunning backdrop of Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. Amboseli is arguably one of Kenya’s best places in which to view elephant.MORE>>
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