The Ultimate Kenya Travel Guide

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Any Kenya travel guide will confirm that the country is endowed with sun-kissed beaches, rugged plains, enchanting forests and thousands of wildlife species. Kenya stands out among other East African countries for its rapidly growing cities, good infrastructure, and for its variety of lavish hotels and camps. There is so much to see and experience in any of Kenya’s safari destinations. This country suits both business and leisure trips alone or with a family.

Best Places to Visit in Kenya

The most popular places to visit in Kenya for an exciting wildlife safari are the endless plains of Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Aberdare Ranges and Tsavo.

For the ultimate beach safari experience, Diani Beach, Watamu, Malindi and Mombasa ought to be on your list of destinations along the coast of Kenya. With modern water sports centres, first time beach explorers are assured of the best facilities and adequate safety training. Water sports offered along the coast include scuba diving, snorkelling, sky diving and kite surfing.

In addition to the country’s wealth of enthralling landscapes, the culture and cuisine of the over 40 tribes is another experience altogether. Mingle with the pastoralists of northern Kenya, discover the Swahili people of the coastal towns and spend a few days with Bantu communities on the foothills of Mount Kenya.

Facts about Kenya Wildlife

The big five inhabit most parks and reserves in Kenya. Additionally, the northern regions have the rare five species that are the reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx, gerenuk, Somali ostrich and Grey’s zebra. There are also hundreds of birds in most parks and reserves.

Best Time to Visit Kenya

You have endless miles to explore from the shores of the Indian Ocean to the sun-baked plains of Lake Turkana to the north. To satisfy your thirst for adventure, embark on a road trip across the country, and spend a few days in each major destination.

The best time to visit Kenya is just after the short or long rains. The best months for a safari in Kenya are between December and March, and June to October. Remember, the great migration of wildebeests takes place from July to October annually.

Gather more facts about travel to Kenya from the comprehensive Kenya travel guide below.

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