Kenya is a beautiful country. From the lovely sandy beaches to breathtaking National Parks, you will have every reason to fall in love with this beautiful country. If you have been wondering which places to visit in Kenya, don’t worry, we have you covered.
Where the magic begins. It’s in Maasai Mara that every year the greatest wildebeest migration happens. This 8th wonder of the world always attracts travellers and adventure lovers from all over the world and it’s only right that you experience it at least once in life. Apart from the Wildebeest Migration, Maasai Mara is also home to Africa’s Big Five and other range of wild animals that you should have the pleasure of watching up close.
You do not know what beauty is until you visit the Kenyan coast. Whether it’s Lamu, Mombasa or Malindi, the beaches are always ready to help you relax during your holiday as you enjoy the calming breeze from the ocean. The Kenyan coast is also home to luxurious resorts with unique cuisines and picturesque views.
Old Town, Lamu
In 2011, The World Heritage Committee inscribed Lamu Old Town on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and for a good reason. Characterized by narrow streets and magnificent stone buildings with impressive curved doors, influenced by unique fusion of Swahili, Arabic, Persian, Indian and European building styles, Lamu island evokes this nostalgic feeling that stays with you for a long time. Lamu has hosted major Muslim religious festivals since the 19th century and has become a significant centre for the study of Islamic and Swahili cultures.
Hell’s Gate National Park
Hell’s Gate is one of the few National Parks that allows you to explore it on foot or mountain bike. Not only is it good for climbers and for watching wild animals up close, but Hell’s Gate also offers you the chance to enjoy a spectacular landscape, including a geothermal hotspot filled with volcanic activity. If you enjoy hiking, Hell’s Gate has one of a kind cliff that will make climbing a memorable experience.
Nairobi is a city and a half. Not only is it the only city in the world with a National Park, but it also boasts a robust nightlife. You can hope from one entertainment joint to another and experience a completely different culture in the form of music, drinks, food and even dance moves. You will never know how much fun you can have in one night until you experience Nairobi’s nightlife.
You must be bubbling with excitement right now, ready to experience the beauty of Kenya either as a local or foreign tourist. Karibu Kenya, and feel free to explore its beauty.