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Tourism Destinations in Kenya

Proff R

“If I have ever seen magic, it has been in Africa.” – John Hemmingway

From the magical coastline of Indian Ocean, to the Batian ice-bound Summit of Mount Kenya, lies an awe-inspiring heartland of Africa – Kenya. Famously known for its multifaceted cultural heritage, incredible wildlife, inviting coastal waves, a staggering Great Rift Valley, lakes and savannah, Kenya, which lies in the heart of East Africa, is a once-in-a-lifetime haven for sun, sand and sea holiday experiences!

Let’s go for a Memorable Safari in Kenya

Award winning movies like Out of Africa and Born Free evoke a nostalgic feeling linked to the famous term in the world of travel, safari. The Maasai Mara-Serengeti ecosystems offer the most thrilling and astounding annual wildlife expedition on earth, also a great wonder of the world; the dramatic wildebeest migration.

Amazing Conservations in Kenya

Learn how conservation is possible through innovation and community-based tourism in Laikipia, the home of the world’s last remaining northern white rhinos. Keep the spirit of Kenyan safaris by spotting the herd of red elephants at Tsavo. Remember Joy and George Adamson from the movie Born Free? Well, visit their house in Samburu where Elsa the Lioness was also featured and witness the Special Five. Get up close and personal with wildlife at the backdrop of skyscrapers in Nairobi, the world’s wildlife capital, before heading down to Turkana, the Cradle of Mankind, to learn about the origin of human race.

Spend time in the Sassy yet Tropical Beaches

The dazzling tropical beaches at the Kenyan coast are the icing on the cake. Sky dive or set off on a romantic honeymoon at the palm-fringed and turquoise beaches of Diani. Ride on the back of a donkey as you break some sweat or sail on a Dhow at Lamu Island, the oldest living town in East Africa. Enjoy water skiing, scuba diving and deep-sea fishing at Malindi and Watamu.

Kenya is one of the pioneer safari destinations in Africa making it possible to have state of the art accommodation facilities that suits every inclination. They include; tented camps, luxury lodges, boutique hotels, resorts, villas, private houses, luxury beach houses and mobile safari camping.

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