Experience the best of nature and adventure at one place – the East African country of Kenya. Have a thrilling time on wildlife safaris across its lush jungles or trek tall mountain ranges.
Discover the secrets of the Great Rift Valley, climb the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya, go trout-fishing in pristine waters and explore caves, natural geysers, and hot springs at Hell’s Gate National Park. Take a look to know more about some of the popular activities of Kenya.
Exotic Wildlife Safaris
Enjoy thrilling wildlife safaris at the jungles and nature reserves of this country. Get amazed watching throngs of wildebeest and zebra migrate over land, during the Great Migration in Maasai Mara, see playful wild elephants at Amboseli, and dabble in some bird watching at Lake Nakuru. Maasai Mara, Amboseli, Lake Nakuru and Tsavo East offer some of the best wildlife safaris across the country.
You can enjoy snorkelling and scuba-diving in its coastal waters to explore the abundant underwater life there, including vibrant fish and extensive coral reefs. More adventurous souls will enjoy white water rafting and kayaking in the waters of Tana River, while bird watchers will have an unforgettable time spotting birds, hiking, and camping at the Ndere Island National Park. One may also simply sit back and relax on the beaches. The best places to experience Kenya’s blissful beaches are the Mombasa, Diani, and Malindi or Kilifi.
How About a Snake Safari?
Talking of wildlife adventures, how about going on the unusual snake safari? It may not sound great to all, but Kenya is actually a great place to spot snakes and there are tourists who opt for these safaris. So, get an overload of adrenaline rush as you chase and spot some of these slimy creatures, as Kenya is home to over 100 species of snakes. There are local operators who organise these snake safaris to spot pythons, boomslangs, puff adders, cobras, and mambas across the country.
Explore the Cultural Side
Visit the multicultural Mombasa city for a glimpse into the country’s rich historical side and its vibrant modern culture. Mombasa city’s culture has been influenced by the British, Portuguese, Arab, Indian, and Asian immigrants and this reflects in its architecture and cuisine. Explore the16th-century Fort Jesus and the quaint streets of Old Town, which reflect ancient Swahili-type houses and souvenir shops. Or else, discover the urban side with its cinemas, Mombasa Go-Kart, and plenty of restaurants.
Hike Mount Kenya
The challenging Mount Kenya trek is something that becomes a major part of many itineraries. Mount Kenya is considered to be the second-highest peak across Africa. The trek will take you across some stunning sceneries of the surroundings and some fantastic glimpses of Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro.