From Nairobi, Kenya’s bustling capital, you can visit the renowned Masai Mara Reserve, where wildlife enthusiasts can witness the great migration.For bird watchers, Lake Naivasha is a haven.
Nearby is the Hell’s Gate National Park, which offers excellent walking safari and climbing opportunities, with two extinct volcanoes and the red cliffs of Hell’s Gate Gorge. The park also harbors obsidian caves and hisses with natural geysers and hot springs.
If it is the grasslands that interest you, then Amboseli National Park is the place for you.
Renowned for its gigantic elephants, Amboseli also rewards its visitors with the magnificent view of Tanzania’s snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest mountain.
Mountaineers, enjoy climbing and trekking the snow-cloaked equatorial peaks of Mount Kenya, Africa’s second highest peak.
Explore Tsavo, the country’s largest wildlife park sliced in two: Tsavo West and Tsavo East. Midway between Nairobi and Mombasa, Tsavo East is famous for photo-worthy sightings of large elephant herds rolling and bathing in red dust. On the other hand, Tsavo West is a beautiful, rugged wilderness.
Samburu National Park is remote, hot and arid with rugged hills and undulating plains. Visitors are rewarded with the unique sighting of wildlife such as the long-necked gerenuk, gravy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, and the Beisa oryx that can only be found here. However, the highlight for the visit to Samburu could be an encounter with the Samburu people who call this place home.
Head to the coast to find Diani Beach, Mombasa. Stretching along Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast like a ribbon of brilliant white, Diani Beach is a gorgeous setting for a beach vacation, honeymoon or pure relaxation.
The bottom line is that Kenya is well endowed with attractions and the list can go on and on…