Tourism in Kenya: Kenya is the ultimate tourism destination, providing travelers with a window into the heart of Africa. But this is not all that the destination has to offer. Located near the equator, Kenya tourism magic lies in the fact that the country encompasses astounding variety of landscapes and climates, flora and fauna, as well as communities and cultures, home to water sports, a swim with dolphins and adventure.
Between Kenya’s fabled Indian Ocean coastline and Africa´s largest fresh water lake is a magic carpet ride of rapid transitions between baobab-speckled coastal lowlands, acacia-dotted grassy savannah and semi-arid plains, lush and picturesque highlands culminating in a snow-capped volcanic peak boasting rare Afro-alpine vegetation, the Great Rift Valley, and the Lake Victoria basin.
Going to the northern part of the country takes you to the Cradle of Mankind, Jade Sea and some pure desert escape, while proceeding south takes you through the Masai plains which comprise some of the world’s most diverse wildlife parks.
For an authentic game drive experience, the annual wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara Game Reserve is a must see; every year beginning from July to August, the spectacular dubbed the 8th new wonder of the world is all for your to experience. Infact many tourists come to the country to enjoy an African Safari Kenya as well as an African Honeymoon.
The Big Five, rare birds and animals, apes, insects and unique flora find a natural home within this space. For birds´ lovers; a visit to Lake Nakuru National Park will open doors to several species of birds; the Lake is however famous for its greatest spectacle of earth-flamingoes whose vast number is a sheer spectacle.
Teeing off in one of the top-notch golf courses throughout the country gives tourists a choice right from the shadow of the second highest mountain in Africa – Mt. Kenya to the pristine beaches. This is from the choice of the over 40 golf courses that Kenya boasts of. Where else in the world can you tee off in the Northern Hemisphere and putt in on the Southern Hemisphere? – and in doing so discover that our high altitude conditions add 10% yardage to your stroke, letting you play on a natural high. See a selection of Kenya Golf Safaris.
Kenya offers a tropical sunshine, blue skies and endless silver-white beaches backed by waving palms and tranquil lagoons.
Kenya is indeed magical and a destination that many are eager to visit