Welcome to Kenya, a country of diverse ethnicities and a strong sense of national pride. Tourism is Kenya’s second largest source of revenue with her main tourist attractions being photo safaris through the 60 national parks and game reserves in the country.If you are in Kenya between July and August, you just might catch the Great wildebeest migration at Massai Mara. The Snow white capped volcanic peaked Mount Kenya and the Great Rift Valley are also gifts of nature you can enjoy in this beautiful country. In Kenya, you’ll find a fine blend of different climates, landscapes, flora and fauna, all thanks to the fact that she is located near the equator. Asides seeing nature at its finest, in Kenya you’d find historical mosques and forts from the colonial era at Mombasa, Malindi, and Lamu.
A trip northwards would take youto the Cradle of Mankind, and the Jade Sea through the pure desert. Going south, on the other hand would lead you through the Masai plains which comprise some of the world’s most diverse wildlife parks. It is here you’ll find the immense migration of wildebeest between the Serengeti National park in Tanzania and the Massai Mara National Reserve between July and August.
Kenya is also home to rare birds and animals, insects, apes and unique flora and fauna as well as the Big Five game animals. Lake Nakuru National Park is just foryou if you love birds as there is an amazing show of earth flamingoes here. You can also visit the tea plantations at Kericho,the coffee plantations at Thika and the beaches along the Swahili Coast, in the Indian Ocean.
From Africa’s largest fresh water lake to the between coastal lowlands adorned with baobab, to the Lake Victoria basin and the acacia-dotted grassy savannah and semi-arid plains, you can see all these beautiful sights, magnificent beaches, the wild and the safaris in just a single trip to Kenya; the perfect blend of adventure, relaxation, luxury and nature.