Unmatched Tourism offering

Kenya offers some of the finest natural attractions in the world, which combined with a network of the outstanding hotels and game lodges give visitors great value for their money

With its network of well-managed national parks, game reserves, marine parks, biosphere reserves, archaeological sites, and striking scenic beauty, pearly white sandy beaches along coral reef sheltered waters, green palms swaying with the breeze, sparkling cocktails and sumptuous international cuisine.

The most preferred tourist attractions in Kenya are the Coastal Beaches, Game Reserves and National Parks. Other tourist attractions include Animal Orphanage, Museums, Snake Parks and Historical sites.

A safari to Kenya gives the visitor the world in a single safari.

Wildlife Safari

Kenya is a land of endless potential from the wildlife enthusiast. Each September, the rains bring the grasslands of Maasai Mara to life as the vast plains rumble with the thunder of approaching hooves of as 1.5 million wildebeest migrate north from Serengeti.

Kenya has long been known as the home of Africa’s “Big Five”(Lion, Rhino, Leopard, Elephant and buffalo). Kenya is the best place in the entire continent to see these Five magnificent species in their natural environment. Kenya has 59 National Parks, Reserves and private sanctuaries, each of which is a new territory to explore.

Beach safaris

Kenya’s eastern boundary is an unbroken line of blue, an azure strip of ocean lying within the protective shelter of reef. The coastline of Kenya is a tropical idyll of soft white sands and gentle, where the slow arc of the sun marks the passing of a day. The pace of life on the coast is notably slower, languid, more relaxed and at a peace with the world. Within easy reach of the beach are forests alive with rare birds and elephant herds, wild river deltas and game reserves.

Sports Tourism

The name Kenya has become a byword for athletic prowess. At many Olympic games and other international athletic competitions, the sight of Kenyans holding the gold, silver and bronze medals for a single athletic event has become commonplace. Kenya has 38 golf courses spread across a range of landscapes replica rolex. Other sporting events are the Safari Sevens Rugby, bullfighting, horseracing, tennis, international yacht racing and the world’s most grueling off road safari rally.

Specialist Safari

Kenya literally has something for everyone. No matter how unusual or specific one’s interest may be, Kenya will provide. Whether one is a keen bird watcher, or has interest in history, or has always dreamed of swimming with dolphins, Kenya is the destination. If you want to catch the great wildebeest migration, book your safari now, the Maasai Mara game reserve in Kenya is the place to be between July and September.

Fine Food Cuisine

Kenyans are formidable meat eaters. One of the best known Kenyan specialty is Nyama Choma-meaning literally ‘roasted meat’. Ugali is the much loved staple food of Kenya. Essentially a stiff porridge of maize flour, Ugali is served in large, freshly cooked brinks.

Game meat has become increasingly popular in Kenya. The best place to sample game meat is at the Carnivore, probably Kenya’s most famous restaurant. Excellent vegetarian meals can always be found alongside the best of regional Indian cuisine.

There is an incredible range of restaurants in Nairobi covering a world of cuisines. From Korean BBQ to French Novelle Cuisine, Ethiopian Injera to a Traditional Roast Sunday lunch, Hamburgers to Tandoori specialities, one will find exactly what they are looking for, or a new and unexpected treat. Kenya is, indeed, the ultimate ideal destination.

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