Kenya Attractions: wildlife, sunny beaches, resorts, parks and more


Kenya Attractions

Kenya has many wonderful attractions that attract thousands of visitors every year. The most famous attraction that Kenya is known for is its great abundance in wild animals that are not seen in any other part of the world. As a result, people come from all over the world to witness for themselves this irreplaceable natural resource.


Kenya government has done a magnificent job of preserving its wildlife by allocating large areas of the country as wildlife conservation areas where animals live naturally without human interference. There are other attractions in the form of historical places to visit like the 500 year old Fort Jesus in the Kenya coast. Kenya beaches and coastal resorts are other great attractions especially for people escaping winter climates.

Top 10 Reasons to visit Kenya.
Kenya is a beautiful country to visit. Here are the top 10 reasons why you should visit Kenya...

Amboseli National Park, formerly Maasai Amboseli Game Reserve
Amboseli National park is at the core of an ecosystem that spreads across the Kenya-Tanzania border. The local people are mainly Maasai....

Kenya has magnificent wildlife and animals in her national parks and game reserves.
Kenya offers magnificent game drives through her national parks and game reserves. The endless plains the biodiversity of both plants and animals is worth noticing....

Bomas of Kenya, a place to Discover Kenya's Rich culture.
Bomas of Kenya aims to generate cultural awareness by holding various events and cultural shows held at the pleasant cultural villages ....

Samburu Kenya boasts the most unusual fauna of all East Africa
Samburu reserve is located north of Kenya, 200 miles Nairobi. Samburu National Park is a relatively small but Excellent Park of scrub desert ....

Mara Kenya, also known as Maasai Mara is a Game park in Kenya
Mara Kenya is mostly famous for its lions and the other “Big Five” members. Other animals in the Mara Kenya include hippopotami which are found in groups, cheetahs....

Mount Kenya is the highest peak in Kenya
Mount Kenya is the second highest mountain in Africa after Mount Kilimanjaro. It is located in the central Kenya, just south of the equator and northeast of Nairobi city...

Wildlife Safari offers great opportunity to see Animals.
The Wildlife Safari can be in many forms. From mountain climbing, bird watching safari, flying safari from either Maasai mara over Amboseli, Tsavo to Lake Turkana..

Tiwi beach, a paradise beach with white sands.
Tiwi beach has a collection of gorgeous cottages like the beehive cottages, beautiful private, secure and near the natural coastal bush...

Enjoy the Safari wildlife of Kenya.
The Word Safari means ‘journey’ in the Swahili language, often translated in English is a phrase when leaving for a far-off destination...

Kenya's Maasai Mara is one of the Kenya's largest Animal parks.
Kenyan Maasai Mara is mostly famous for the great wildebeest migration that occurs every year during the months of August and November, it actually has so much more to offer...

Samburu National Reserve is home to big cats.
Other animals to see in Samburu National Reserve include dik dik, antelopes, gazelles and dozens of guinea fowls. opportunity abounds to to see elephants too.

Shimba Hills National Reserve is a unique Animal sanctuary.
Shimba hills National Reserve is nestled in the Longomwagandi Forest, one of the last remaining fragments of coastal East Africa forests and a plant and animal sanctuary

Tsavo West National Park is home to the Black Rhino.
The visitor can also expect to see large numbers of giraffe, elephant and buffalo here as well too. Water holes- some near lodges and camps- around the Tsavo West National Park attract a constant procession of wildlife

Major Kenyan Art: music, dance, Sigana and theatre.
Kenyan Art include music, dance, Sigana, theatre and performance, literature, cinema, crafts and many others.

Kenyan Cultures and Customs.
Here is an overview of Kenya culture: both on the national psyche, lifestyle, and rules in social life, the place of religion and the tribes, art, music.

Aberdare National Park
The Aberdare are an isolated volcanic range that forms the eastern wall of the rift valley. Soils are red and of volcanic origin, but rich in organic matter. There are two main peaks, Ol Donyo Lesatima and Kinangop.

Amboseli National Park
he Amboseli National Park is located at the foot of Africa's highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, and is one of the most popular of Kenya's national parks and tourist attraction.

Hell’s Gate National Park.
Hell’s Gate National Park is one of the only two lowland parks in Kenya which you can walk through without a ranger/guide.

kakamega forest national reserve.
"A feast for the senses", said a visitor recently. The sheer size and grandeur of these rainforest trees, some over 100 years old, is impressive.

kisite and mpunguti marine reserve.
Kisite - Mpunguti Marine Park and National Reserves are found off the Kenyan coast, south of Mombasa. This Marine Park and Reserve is home to an increasing number of new fishes species and corals

lake baringo.
Over the past years, tourism in the region has risen, thus, Lake Baringo is gaining fame as a tourism point. Also, at the land that skirts the lake, you can find pleasure in a peaceful mood not similar at all to the most crowded parks.

lake bogoria.
Lake Bogoria is a wild area; the lake itself set at the bottom of a trough at the base of a sheer 600 meter wall called the Ngendelel escarpment.

Lake Nakuru National Park.
Lake Nakuru National Park is world famous as the location of the greatest bird spectacle on earth - myriads of fuchsia pink flamingoes in the millions.....

Maasai Mara National Reserve.
The Maasai Mara National Reserve is Kenya's finest wildlife reserve. Everything about this reserve is outstanding. The wildlife is abundant...

Malindi Marine National Park.
The Malindi Marine Park stretches from Leopard Point to Sand Island, along Stork Passage to North Reef and Chanoni Point beach. The coastline of the Malindi Marine Park is an attractive coral-sand beach. ...

Marsabit National Park and Reserve.
Marsabit is a forested mountain which rises spectacularly from the middle of a desert wilderness and is home to myriad of resident birdlife...

Meru National Park.
Monkeys, crocodiles and a plethora of bird species are common in the dense vegetation alongside the watercourses. Meru National Park was also the home of Kenya's only herd of white rhinos...

Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve.
The Mombasa Marine Park and National Reserve's pristine beauty has been preserved by the efforts of the Kenya Wildlife Service. It is popular for diving and snorkeling...

Mount Elgon National Reserve and Ruma National Park.
Mount Elgon, located on the Kenya-Uganda border is a volcanic mountain, formed when the earth's crust erupted, creating the Great Rift Valley. The park is one of Kenya's most beautiful, wild and intact forest. ..

Mount Kenya National Park.
Mount Kenya National Park has lovely lakes, tarns, glaciers, peaks and natural mineral springs surrounding it. The vegetation varies according to the height. Dry upland forests are found in the lower slopes..

Mount Kilimanjaro.
The ascent of Kilimanjaro can be done from six routes: Mweka, Umbwe, Shira, Rongai, Machame, and Marangu. Depending on which route one wants to use, the climb of Kilimanjaro can take between four nights to six nights on the mountain.

Mt. Kilimanjaro Climbing Routes.
There are several routes to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro. The main ones include Mweka, Umbwe, Shira, Rongai, Machame, and Marangu. Climbing the summit can take between four to six nights....

Nairobi National Park.
Nairobi National Park is the most accessible park of all Kenya's game parks, being only a few miles from the city centre. You should set aside a morning or an afternoon to see it...

Ol-Donyo Sabuk National Park.
The Ol-Donyo Sabuk Park is essentially comprised of the mountain's slopes and ravines and is entirely forested except for a small area at the top...

Shaba National Reserve.
Shaba National Reserve, which lies east of the road linking Isiolo with Marsabit, forms a trio of unusual and attractive game sanctuaries very different from others in Kenya..

Shimba Hills National Reserve.
The Shimba Hills National Reserve lies in Kenya's coastal plain, an enchanting and remote area about 45 kilometers south west of Mombasa..

Tsavo East National Park.
Tsavo-East is one of Kenya's oldest and largest parks. Tsavo East National Park beautiful landscape and proximity to the Coast makes it a popular tourist destination...

Tsavo West National Park
Tsavo West National Park contains a diversity of habitats, wildlife and a mountainous scenic landscape. The Tsavo West National Park is a vast expanse of the savanna stretching from Mtito Andei, along the Mombasa-Nairobi road....

Watamu Marine Park
Watamu Marine Park is located 14 miles south of Malindi, starting from the mouth of the Mida Creek at the southern end, continuing north to Turtle Bay. The water is fairly clear and shallow, with a sand-weed and coral bottom...

Welcome to Kenya
Kenya is the land dedicated to the preservation of its wildlife and ecology. Kenya is a study in contrasts, both geographic and climatic. To the north lie Ethiopia and Sudan

Kenya's great adventure wildlife safaris.
Kenya offers a wealth of Africa adventure wildlife safaris- rich parks and reserves with diversity of landscapes. During your adventure tour for wildlife ....

African Safari Wildlife.
Africa is the cradle of mankind and also the cradle of wildlife. From north, south east and west, Africa is all wildlife. To this the African safaris are encapsulated in adventurous experiences....
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