“In Kenya, you’ve got the great birds and monkeys leaping through the trees overhead. It’s a chance to remember what the world is really like.”
-British actress Joanna Lumley
From long stretches white sand beaches, Cool breezes of the Indian Ocean, journeys into tropical dense forests, and tropical woodlands, vast savannah plains, divergent deserts to breathtaking iconic terrains, waterfalls, the great rift valley, and Mount Kenya. You get the full African appeal for your dream trip when you visit Kenya.
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. Interwoven in its fabric is a balance between the rich culture of its people and innovative advancements. It is known for being the only city that is home to a national park. All of this diversity makes Nairobi an ideal tourist destination. For the sonderer looking to gain a connection with Nairobi, the city lends itself to such opportunity. It is the one city in Kenya that is occupied by all 43 tribes of Kenya as well as museums, monuments and parks.
Nairobi National Park
Nairobi National park was the first in Kenya. Because of its location, you don’t need to look far to find the safari adventure that you seek. Just in the heart of Nairobi, one can enjoy watching giraffes gracefully stride through the park with downtown as the backdrop for this enchanting scene. This one of a kind experience is open to both locals and visitors. In this place called home to Elephants, Lions, Rhinos and Zebra, one can become fully immersed in the experience of watching them in their natural environment.
Mombasa has a perfect mixture of history, cultures, religion, coastline, and town life. The dominant Swahili fashion, religious structures together with a blend of colonial architecture, the Fort Jesus Museum, old town harbors, and Arabic-style buildings give Mombasa a unique standing as a travel destination.
Kisumu is a small town in western Kenya with much to see and do. It sits within driving distance of the equator and the Obamas’ village. As home to both
Lake Victoria and Dunga Beach are known for their fishing activities. Hippo Point is a must do for tourist of all ages. Very little compares to watching the mesmerizing sunsets in Kisumu while catching glimpses of hippos in the near distance.
For the shopper, Kisumu has a place for you. It’s called the Masai Market. With curious for shopping in abundance, you may need a little extra space in your luggage. Just remember to bring your negotiating skills. It’s all a part of the deal in
Masai Mara Game Reserve is Kenya’s finest wildlife reserve, one of the world’s top tourist attractions. It is famous for its exceptional population of wild game, its annual migration of wildebeest, lions, leopards, and cheetahs. There is no better place to enjoy the experience of a breathtaking safari than Masai Mara.
It’s one of the very few places close to Nairobi that offers a myriad of Attractions and activities for the whole family. It is a beautiful oasis in the middle of a coffee farm close to Kiambu town, about 10km from Nairobi. When you get there, you cannot help but wonder at the contrast between this hidden gem and the surrounding landscape.
Arboretum is situated 3km from the city center. Its close proximity to the city center makes it easily accessible on foot. The Nairobi Arboretum is a protected 30-hectare forest reserve holding over 350 species of indigenous and exotic plants, most of them are labeled for educational purposes. Its also home to over 100 species of birds, and a significant population of Sykes and Vervet monkeys.
Just a 2.5-hour drive from Nairobi Hell’s Gate National Park is a popular tourist attraction.
Unique to the other national parks, Hell’s Gate encourages the use of bicycles, hiking, and camping in the park. Both hill and rope climbing are offered in the park thus making Hell’s Gate National park a thrill-seekers paradise.
Looking for a place with nature, adventure, and adrenaline? Look no further than the Forest. It boots having the longest zip line in East Africa. For the adrenaline junkie, consider this place a playground for “Big Kids”. With adventures like zip lining, paintball, horseback riding, and archery, one can escape the boredom of “adulting”. Well, at least for a few adrenaline-packed moments.