On the off chance that any nation on the planet would gloat of God’s creation all encased in its limits:- various views, old granitic slopes, coral reefs, wildlife, history and diverse societies, at that point, Kenya is that country.
Kenya is a nation in East Africa with a dramatic coastline on the Indian Ocean. This nature’s haven is dotted with savannah, lake lands, the emotional Great Rift Valley and breathtaking mountain highlands. It is likewise home to the king of the jungles, humble elephants and the ferocious rhinos.
Every day offers you another exotic experience! Wildlife magnificence ranges from the acclaimed Big five – Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and Buffalos to the widely acclaimed wildebeest movement, the best diversion departure on earth.
However, you also get a chance to meet your seaborne friends like dolphins, hippos, crocodiles; all anticipating you out there. Its a fact that in Kenya, you get to experience the daring and gorgeous wild creatures in their quintessential characteristic settings which is what makes this destination so special.
An extensive extent of Kenya tourism focuses on safaris and voyages through its plenty national stops and diversion holds. While most travellers come here for safari rides into the wild, there are additionally, social parts of the nation to investigate in urban communities like Mombasa and Lamu on the Coast.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is normally where the Maasai Village can be discovered; a site that most sightseers jump on the first opportunity to cross of their list. There are additionally many shorelines to visit in Kenya, where water sports enthusiasts can enjoy water boarding, surfing, wind surfing and numerous better time exercises that could be useful for Kenya’s economy.
This post is especially for those who exudes a propensity to see and fathom the wild from up close and have been planning a holiday destination like this their entire life. So, let’s see what’s in store for you in Kenya.
Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National Park spans across a 8,000 kms wide biological community that spreads over the Kenya—Tanzania outskirt. The neighbourhood individuals are for the most part Maasai, however, individuals from different parts of the nation have settled there, pulled in by the fruitful vacationer driven economy, and escalated farming along the arrangement of bogs that influences this low-precipitation territory standing proudly amongst other untamed life seeing encounters on the planet.
Kenya has one of the most largest safari centres in Africa with the most amazing numbers and species of animals. The flora as well as fauna both are admirable whose beauty and charm is hard to put into words. Rhinos and tigers are the main wild attraction here.
Here, you can spot different breeds of one animal and various wild plants too. You can see how beautifully nature breeds itself at Amboseli.
Kora National Park
Kora National Park is situated in the Coast Province of Kenya. The recreation centre covers a region of 1,787 square kilometres with a wide number of seasonal rivers. The wild guys that you can wave at here include genets, hippos, spotted and striped hyenas, caracals, cheetahs, leopards, lions, servals, elephants and different kinds of antelopes. The vegetation that grows here is mostly acacia bushland.
All of this lot can be seen as you travel in your jeep or bus and could potentially raise your hair as you feel this great sense of reality. You feel as if you are a part of their world as they stroll along peacefully in their habitat without much to worry about. You are most likely to see a lot of zebras and elephants, and with the guides around, you can get to meet them up close and talk about a thing or two.
Lake Nakuru National Park
It is best known for its thousands of flamingos nesting along the shores. The surface of the shallow lake is regularly and barely unmistakable due to the constantly moving mass of glorious pink.
This overwhelming number of flamingoes on the lake shifts periodically with the water and nourishment conditions and the best vantage point to admire them is from the Baboon Cliff. Researchers have ascertained that the Flamingoes feast upon 250,000 kgs of green growth every year for every hectare of the surface area.
Lake Nakuru is mainly famous for its fantabulous flamingo view. Visitors here are always keen to watch this lot hoard around and claim most of the lake. You can pass right through them when you are in a jeep and that’s probably one of the most beautiful experiences you’ll ever have. During sunset, this lake paints the most beautiful scenery you could possibly ever see in your life. I would say, it’s a must on your list of safaris.
Mount Kenya National Park
Being the 2nd tallest mountain in Africa, the views surrounding Mount Kenya is simply out of the world. Declared as a World Heritage site, this region is blessed with pristine wilderness with tarns, lakes, dense forests and glaciers complemented with a rare class of endangered species of animals.
This exclusive flock essentially includes tree hyrax, white tailed mongoose, black fronted duiker, bushbucks, water buck and elands. Animals rarely spotted include bongo, giant forest hog and leopard. Besides that, this park houses over 130 species of birds. Surrounded with unique montane that hides some rare game, you can also explore caves, climb mountains and enjoy camping during your stay here.
Nairobi National Park
Only a mini drive away from Nairobi city, Nairobi National Park flaunts skyscrapers in its backdrop and wide grass plains within. Only a fence isolates the park creatures from the bustling city.
One of Kenya’s best rhinoceros asylums, this park is also home to an eclectic range of wildlife that includes endangered black rhino, lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffaloes, hyena, and giraffes along with a generous amount of bird life as well (over 400 species!) Apart from enjoying your safari, you can enjoy camping, hiking and afternoon picnics in this sprawling African land.