Kenya Travel




The cradle of human civilization boasting of prehistoric fossils, sea, beaches, grasslands, forests, plateaus, highlands, wildlife and colorful tribes – Kenya is a jewel on the crown of Africa. It is everything that you read about Africa in glossy tour magazines. So, it’s safe to say ‘Welcome to Africa’. An eastern African country, Kenya is bordered by the Indian ocean in the east, Somalia in the northeast, Ethiopia and Sudan in the north and Tanzania in the south.

Owing to its close proximity to the Asian landmass it has been colonized by the Persians and Arabs in the past. Yet it is the colorful tribes of the land that lend it it’s distinct character.  Its name meaning ‘the source of cool waters’ in the Masai language, Nairobi is Kenya’s biggest city situated on the Nairobi river. Visit the Nairobi national park home to wildebeest, rhinoceros, lion, elephant, leopard, giraffe, hippos and hundreds of species of birds. Also visit the Ol Donyo Sabuk national park, which has a large no. of buffalo, duiker, bushbuck and Colobus monkeys. Other attractions include the Giraffe centre, Sheldrick Elephant orphanage, 14 falls, Tana river, Bomas of Kenya, Karen Blixen museum, National museum, Railway museum and the Uhuru gardens – a symbol Kenya’s struggle for independence, which it gained in 1963.


Situated on the coast of the Indian ocean, the ancient trading city of Mombasa is Kenya’s 2nd largest city and also a major sea port. Visit the Mombasa tusks, Baluchi mosque, the splendid Gedi ruins, Mbaraki pillar, jain temple, swaminarayan temple and the Portuguese fort Jesus. You can also visit the old town or spend some time on the marvelous Diani beach, equipped with a host of watersport activities. Take a nature walk to see Africa’s primate species. Juegos gratis

A spectacular feature is the great rift valley which separates the savannah grasslands from the fertile plateau region. Home to more than 40 national parks and wildlife reserves, Kenya is a wildlife haven. Take an African Safari in the great Masai Mara Reserve. Set in the southwest part of the country, you can witness the wildebeest and zebra migration. It also has the greatest population of lions in Kenya alongwith rhino, elephant, buffalo and leopard. On the banks of the mara river running through the sanctuary, you can find crocodiles and hippos. The reserve also has villages of the proud and elegant Masai tribe, who still follow a traditional lifestyle with cattle grazing being their main occupation.


Lake Nakuru located in the Rift Valley and the surrounding Lake Nakuru National Park offers stunning vistas of green hills punctuated by waterfalls and lush valleys. A paradise for bird watchers, the lake often turns pink with millions of flamingoes and pelicans happily fishing in its waters. You may also spot a leopard, lion, cheetah, antelope or a rhino if you are in luck.

Witness the mighty Mt. Kilimanjaro on the Tanzanian border from the Amboseli National Park. The Aberdare national park has many magnificent waterfalls, like the Guru falls. Yet a journey to Kenya is not complete without a visit to the gorgeous Mt. Kenya, Kenya’s highest peak. Kenya also has six marine national parks along its entire Indian Ocean coast.

Adventure after adventure, it just doesn’t seem to end. The whole of Africa fitted into one country, Kenya should be on top of your list if you are visiting this continent.


Kenya Travel

Kenya Travel

The cradle of human civilization boasting of prehistoric fossils, sea, beaches, grasslands, forests, plateaus, highlands, wildlife and colorful tribes – Keny





Kenya Travel
Kenya Travel

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