Kenya’s most popular holiday destinations : Kenya really does have it all, encounter luxury beaches, picturesque landscapes and swanky, dazzling wildlife, ultra-modern hotels, vibrating nightlife and wonderful food, coastal towns, bright cities and drowsy villages, as well as a diversity of interesting safari activities that will add some adrenaline to your African holiday.
Kenya still cares about its customs, even with all these things to do. Kenya is full of history and culture, and its people are proud of where they come from. A culture or traditional vacation in the country includes everything from museums to Maasai villages.
But where are the best places in Kenya to have an amazing time? Here is a list of Kenya’s most frequently visited landmarks and what makes them special and worth seeing.
Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs National Reserves.
These three natural reserves are all in Northern Kenya and are linked to each other. Together, they make a huge reserve where animals gather around Ewaso Ngiro River. The reserves are in dry parts of the north and are mostly desert. Wildlife like the Gerenuk, Beisa Oryx, Reticulated Giraffe, and Grevy’s Zebra can be found here.
Have you ever seen the blue-legged ostriches? They can be found here. It’s fun to go on a camel safari, and there are several hotels in the area.
Lamu is one of the oldest towns in Kenya. It’s an excellent safari destination to relax and unwind after a long day of going from one site to the next. This town has been the same for hundreds of years. It has beautiful beaches and a lot of exciting safari activities to do. The mini-buses or matatus are not seen in this part of Kenya. Lamu is an ideal spot to spend your vacation because of the sounds of the water and the horses. You can find your way around the islands of Lamu with the help of a native dhow.
Maasai Mara is the most beautiful safari destination in Africa. Because of the Big Five, this is one of the most famous safari spots that people go to before leaving the country. The Great Migration is an interesting natural event in which wildebeest move from Serengeti National Reserve in Tanzania to Maasai Mara in Kenya. The park is known for this event. When you’re in the hot-air balloon, you’ll have the best view of the animals moving. It is one of the most beautiful places on earth, and there are a lot of hippos, zebras, Thomson’s gazelles, and wildebeest there
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy takes care of rare animals in their natural habitats. This conservancy is an oasis of safety for rare animals like Grevy’s zebra, sitatunga, and black rhino. The Conservancy is well taken care of, and it is home to more than 200 types of birds and 60 types of animals. You can explore the conservancy in a local safari vehicle or, if you’re feeling brave, you can ride a camel.
Around the conservancy, there are a number of lodges where visitors can stay in ease. You can do fun things like ride a donkey or horse, fish with a fly at Lake Rutundu, or look around the Maasai Cultural Village. You could also go climbing in Ngare Ndare Forest on a day expedition.
Lake Nakuru National Park.
Lake Nakuru is located at the foot of the Great Rift Valley, just some distance from Nakuru town. The large group of flamingos on Lake Nakuru, a small soda lake, is one of the park’s best-known features. In the park, you will see ostriches, hippos, warthogs, giraffes, and cats. In the park, you will see ostriches, hippos, warthogs, giraffes, and cats. You can spend a day in this park walking and watching animals. A lot of migratory birds live around the lake, and the park has the biggest Euphoria forest in the country.