Kenya is a country in Africa named after Mount Kenya, one of the highest mountain peaks in Africa. Kenya is known for its game reserves, national parks, undiscovered beaches, ecosystem of lakes and sheer wilderness.
8 Reasons to Visit Kenya
|Great Wildebeest Migration||Tsavo West National Park||Hot Air Balloon Safari||Lake Nakuru|
|Bomas of Kenya||Nairobi National Park||Chyulu Hills National Park||Diani Beach|
Unique in Kenya
- Hot Air Balloon Safari - A bird’s eye view of the wildlife below from a hot air balloon, a Kenyan speciality.
- Lake Naivasha – Best of the Great Lakes in Kenya, Lake Naivasha is home to the rare Pink Flamingos & is voted world’s best birdwatcher destination. It is part of the great bird migration.
- Serengeti Migration- A million animals, predominantly zebras, gazelles and legions of wildebeest, migrate between Serengeti national park in Tanzania and Masai Mara national park in Kenya.
- Diani Beach – A perfect getaway beach off Mombasa mainland, Diani beach offers kite-surfing, snorkeling & deep sea fishing beyond the warm blue waters.
Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Kora National Park – Activities are fishing in Tana River, rock climbing, game viewing, bird watching, wildlife observation, Camel safaris and boating. (#9 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Nairobi National Park – In close proximity to Nairobi you will see lion, endangered black rhino, cheetah, buffalo, hyena, zebra, giraffe, elands and wildebeest among others. (#2 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Sibiloi National Park – Most remote and free from tourist crowd; plenty of game and a region for fossil exploration. (#12 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Tsavo East National Park – Home to the black rhino, Masai lion, bush elephant, Cape buffalo and leopard. (#4 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Tsavo West National Park – One of the biggest reserves, you will find elephants, Cape buffalo, black rhino, Masai lion, bush baby, lesser kudu, hartebeest, Masai giraffe and over 600 species of birds. (#3 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Amboseli National Park – Plenty of Kenyan wildlife and some of the most fabulous views of Mount Kilimanjaro. (#7 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Lake Nakuru National Park – Among the most unique ecosystems of lakes that support 500 plus species of birds and many animals. (#6 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Meru National Park – Former home of George and Joy Adamson, who wrote the famous book “Born Free”. The couple raised the lioness Elsa in this home. (#15 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Ruma National Park – Home to Roan antelope, which can be found only in this park. (#16 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Shimba Hills - Known for plenty of African Elephants. (#13 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Mt. Kenya National Park - Surrounds Mt. Kenya, the second highest peak in Africa & offers wildlife and mountain climbing. (#5 of 16) Kenya Safari & Wildlife
- Other National Parks - Aberdare, Chyulu Hills, Mount Elgon, Hells Gate