Popularly known as the Home of Authentic Safari, Kenya prides itself as the home to Africa’s most iconic parks, conservancies, and game reserves which offer incredible natural beauty, soul-stirring cultural encounters, and sensational game viewing experiences. They include the World famous Maasai Mara National Reserve, Amboseli National Park, the Tsavo East, and West National Parks, Lake Nakuru National Park, Meru National Park, Aberdare National Park as well as the Nairobi National Park – the only national park in the world within a Capital city.
From the thrills and spills of the Wildebeest Migration at the Maasai Mara, and Amboseli’s legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro to cultural encounters in Samburu, Kenya guarantees some of the most exotic, diverse, and breathtaking wildlife you will ever see.
From the famous Big Five to wild animals that can only be found in this part of the world, Kenya will not disappoint. The best part of this is, you get to experience all these in the raw! You can see lions, cheetahs, zebras, gazelles, and a lot more animals in their natural habitat.
Kenya has scenery that knows no bounds. It features an unrivaled land of diversity and contrast. From vast savannah plains, gorgeous mountains, and intriguing woodlands to lush forests and hot deserts to turquoise seas, winding rivers, and beautiful white-sand beaches.
Being geographically located on the equator, Kenya’s temperature is pretty constant all year round making it conducive for travel. If you’re up for taking a break with your heavy winter clothes, fur coats, and layers, head on to Kenya to enjoy beautiful tropical weather. While here, you can enjoy long sunny days and stunning evenings under the stars.
The accommodation options in Kenya are as diverse and abundant as its wildlife. They range from child-friendly to romantic, budget to luxury, shared area to exclusive. Most facilities’ rooms are specially designed to ensure comfort, facilities are made available to warrant entertainment and relaxation, and safari tents are spaced far apart to give enough privacy.
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