Kenya is a rewarding destination when it comes to big game viewing. This East African country is one of the best destinations in Africa and has been among the most visited countries on the continent. The country attracts lots of tourists interested in game viewing safaris, wildebeest migration (one of the great wonders of the world), leisurely beach holidays along the Indian Ocean (Mombasa Beaches) etc.
Top Places to Visit in Kenya
- Masai Mara National Park
- Amboseli National Park
- Tsavo East National Park
Kenya is a country located on the eastern part of the African continent with slightly over 500 km of coastline dotted with beautiful sandy beaches next to the Indian Ocean plus a sunny climate most of the year round. For most……, an african safari in this country is simply irresistible!
This is a country of natural contrasts and diversity. You are guaranteed that you can travel from East to West and from North to South and each time you will find different and astounding natural attractions.
You get to see, feel and experience nature at its best. From the wild african animals in the game reserves to the pink flamingoes in the Rift Valley’s Lake Nakuru and the snow capped peaks of Mount Kenya as well as the marine national parks on the Indian Ocean coastline!
Why Kenya? – for an African Safari
To give you a glimpse of what is in store, I want you to see and feel for yourself the following amongst others:-
- Wild animals and birds in their natural habitat including the Big 5 and the world famous wildebeast migration at the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Kenya has no less than 50 african safari parks to choose from.
- Unique snow capped mountains such as Mount Kenya featuring all year round snow at the Equator!
- Great Rift Valley with its fresh and salt water lakes, the geothermal springs at Olkaria and the breathtaking escarpments at Kerio Valley
- Beautifull white sandy beaches of our North and South Coasts including Diani, Mombasa, Malindi, Watamu and Lamu
- The ancient but well reserved towns of Mombasa Old Town and Lamu island
- The ultra modern conferencing facilites available at the KICC and several other locations for the business and professional travellers
- The beautifuly done hotels, lodges and camping sites meant to cater for all sizes of wallets
- Ecosystems of plants, trees and animals of all varieties found in the forest Reserves of Kakamega and Arabuko Sokoke among others
- Various types of entertainment for all age groups
- Charming and friendly faces of the peoples in addition to their traditional african hospitality
- A wide variety of artefacts/souvenirs/collectibles are available for you to take home
- Beautifully manicured golf courses for both amatuer and professional golfers
To crown it all, you can rest assured that the above is not all, taking an african safari in Kenya has much more to offer….
And so…… Who is welcome to Kenya?
I do not limited these attractions to tourists alone, they are available to all travellers to Kenya including:-
- Business Travellers
- Sports Persons
- Adventure Seekers
- Conference Attendees
- Students and Researchers
And whatever your passions and interests there will be something that will suit and challenge you sufficiently.
The country is well linked for air travel and its capital city Nairobi is a Hub for international airlines through the Jommo Kenyatta International Airport.
And for visitors to Kenya coming in through Nairobi, the Nairobi National Park is simply next door, 30 minutes drive from the airport!
On a safari in Africa, please don’t go back before you feel the African peoples hospitality, have a taste of their foods and attend their numerous cultural events. Most visitors yearn to come back for a second or third African safari – one is simply not normally enough!