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Kenya offers a breathtaking safari destination to enjoy a diversity of incredible wildlife and natural beauty. As one of the most beautiful countries in the world, Kenya has it all! From the white sandy beaches, impeccable wildlife, and dashing natural scenic spots, there's everything for everyone. Apart from the world-famous safari parks, you'll love the trove of coastal treasures. The bustling capital is a gateway to one of the most exciting and evocative vacation destinations.


You’re spoiled for choices on dozens of attractions and activities enticing both locals and tourists to explore what Kenya has to offer. Topping the list is one of the seven wonders of the world – wildebeest migration in Maasai Mara. Come and watch how zebras and Thomson’s gazelles travel to and from Serengeti through the throngs of crocodiles and hippos lurk. Later, you’ll love to drive down to the dazzling Amboseli National Reserve. Crowned by the highest peak in Africa – Mt. Kilimanjaro, the reserve is among the most popular tourist parks in Kenya. Come and enjoy mind-blowing herds of elephants among other wildlife and birds.


Make sure to visit Lake Nakuru National Park and enjoy the breathtaking view of vast flocks of pink flamingos. More than 450 species of birds have also been recorded here alongside rich diversity of wildlife that includes lions, leopards, warthogs, pythons, and white rhinos. You can opt to explore Kenya’s capital and largest city – Nairobi, later. Nairobi National Museum is a great one-stop spot to learn a little about Kenyan history, nature, culture, and contemporary art. A mere 15 minutes’ drive from the city lies Nairobi National Park. You’ll love to gaze at the snoozing pride of lions and giraffes.


If that’s not enough, you’ll want to explore Kenya’s second-largest city – Mombasa. The city is a multicultural tourist magnet. History buffs will enjoy exploring historical spots such as Fort Jesus and Old Town. If sunbathing on beaches is your thing, you’ll love what Nyali and Bamburi beaches have to offer. North of Mombasa on the Kenyan Coast is Malindi – a beach resort popular with European visitors. Come and enjoy strolling around white sands of Watamu beaches and learn a little Swahili language. Other scenic spots worth visiting include Mt. Kenya, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, and the famous Hell’s Gate National Park.

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Read the basic info and also some fun facts about Kenya! Here you will find everything you should know about the ‘’Land of Lion King’’!



Visa Requirements




Languages spoken

English and Swahili

Currency Used

Kenyan Shilling

Area (mi.)

224,081 sq. mi (580,367 km2)


Come and learn about how communities intermarried before later creating the Swahili culture along the coast. You'll also marvel at how the Portuguese dominated the Kenyan coast for two centuries and introduced new crops to Kenya. In the late 19th century, Kenya came under British control until the fight for independence by Mau Mau in the 1950s. You'll learn how the country evolved to a great destination where thousands of visitors flock every year!


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