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What’s it like to visit one of the most naturally beautiful countries in the world – a place with flourishing wildlife, stunning landscapes and a history as old as the primitive tribes it is home to? The best way to find that out is by taking a trip to Kenya and experiencing it all in person.

Here are some of the reasons for you to consider Kenya as your upcoming holiday destination.


Discover diverse Wildlife

Kenya has a number of national parks and reserves that are home to a very diverse wildlife. The Masai Mara National reserve, Amboseli National Park, and Tsavo National Park are among the famous ones where you can spot the Big 5 – lions, leopards, elephants, cape buffalos, and rhinos as well as a wide variety of avifauna. Several safari lodges setup within these reserves let you closely encounter the wildlife. These national parks and reserves attract game viewing enthusiasts in hordes particularly during the great migration season.

Interact with Local Tribes

There are more than 40 tribal groups that call Kenya their home, some of which are Masai, Kikuyu, Somali, Meru, Kamba, and Samburu. These tribes have their own language, traditions, and religion. You can take a tour to the remote villages, interact with tribal people, participate in traditional ceremonies, food preparation, and even get a chance to dress like them.

Visit the unspoilt Kenyan Beaches and Islands

Apart from Mombasa, the prime beach destination in Kenya, the country has a number of rustic beaches that stay unspoilt. Just like any other tropical beach destinations, the beautiful beaches here flaunt white sands and crystal clear waters. Islands like Funzi, Lamu, Manda, and Kiwayu offer stunning vistas and also house many luxury resorts. The underwater wildlife here too is as incredible as the wildlife on mainland.

Explore its natural spectacles

Kenyan nature reserves allure holidaymakers with spectacular views of its rolling savannahs with mountains in the backdrop. From the imposing terrains of Mount Kenya National Park to the scenic Rift Valley, from the vast open plains to the virgin beaches on the east coast, wherever you go, Kenya welcomes you with its unparalleled natural beauty. The Amboseli and Tsavo West National Parks offer fascinating views of the stunning Mount Kilimanjaro located in the neighbouring Tanzania.

Enjoy the local cuisines

Kenya has a contrasting yet interesting food scene. Although each tribal region has its own specialities, Ugali, Githeri, Sukuma Wiki, and Nyama Choma are among the famous Kenyan dishes that you should try. When in cities, go for their famous street foods, like Mishkaki (skewered BBQ meat), Samosa (an Indian snack), and hot chips.

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