A small group trip to Kenya isn't just about the nature, the national parks, and the warm Indian Ocean. There are chic hotels, a tasty national cuisine and a developed tourist infrastructure. All year long, travelers can explore endless savannahs, blue lakes, and the great Rift Valley. In addition to seeing wild animals in person, tourists can relax on sandy beaches among palm trees or study historical monuments.
Safari During Migration
Watch herbivore migration and see life and death battle it out. The rumble of a million hooves, the lightning attack of a predator, and the long-awaited escape are all part of the cycle of events as antelopes and zebras move from the Serengeti to the Maasai Mara. There's something special about crossing the river, teeming with predatory reptiles and hippos. The antelope survivors of the extreme swim are waiting on the shore for lions and hyenas. The migration is one of the best nature shows you have to see live.
National Park Excursions
A holiday in Kenya offers the chance to see the savannah from a hot air balloon, catch a sailfish on an extreme fishing trip, and experience the unique flora and fauna of the continent. These are some of the most popular national parks:
- Masai Mara is home to the big five: elephants, rhinos, lions, buffaloes, and leopards. In the rivers, there are thousands of crocodiles and hippos.
- Amboseli is the most beautiful park in Kenya. The mountain that decorates it is appropriately named Mount Kilimanjaro. There are elephants in this place.
- Mount Kenya is a national reserve, so you can rest up between safaris. Tourists who are tired of active travel will love the highest level of service and local cuisine.
- Samburu has reticulated giraffes, Grevy's zebras, and Gerenuk antelope. There are just so many crocodiles.
Nairobi's giraffe sanctuary deserves special attention. Here's your chance to meet the long-necked giants in person, not just observe them from afar. The giraffes take treats from your hands, let themselves be stroked, and pose for pictures.
Wildlife-Friendly Beach Recreation
Tourists say Kenya's coast is the most beautiful in the world. Over 500 km of white sand beaches, coral reefs, and an ocean that's always warm and friendly. Southern Dhani and Tiwi are popular destinations, with stylish hotels, blue water, calm tides. Fishing and scuba diving fans should go to Malindi and Watamu.
Lakes Of The Great Rift Valley
There are a lot of fresh and salt lakes, big and small, all of which offer something different for tourists:
- Nakuru has a high concentration of soda, which causes a unique microflora to form. There's a pink flamingo carpet here.
- Naivasha is home to 400 bird species. There are tons of birds here thanks to the fresh water.
- Lake Elmenteita is Kenya's saltiest lake. The water is dead, but pelicans and flamingos settled on the shore.
Kenya sightseeing tours are unforgettable journeys through wild Africa thanks to friendly and good-natured people who protect their traditions and customs. There are amazing animals to see and high-class recreation for tourists.