Kenya is a country in Africa. Despite the beautiful beaches, but visitors to Kenya rarely can sit still and enjoy the beauty.
There are simply too many interesting things to experience.
Natural landscapes are very attractive, from equatorial glaciers to wild
paradise or tropical coral reefs. What a great natural playground for all those
who love adventure. Let’s explore Kenya tourism through the following article.
Mount Kenya terrain is extremely suitable for hiking activities. The diverse valleys, equatorial glaciers and majestic peaks are the most intriguing and clearly felt attractions through a challenging multi-day hike to Point Lenana (4985m), the second highest peak father. From here, you can reach the highest peak without climbing gear.
The gentle slopes of Mt Elgon are home to elephants, primates, antelopes and about 240 species of birds. This is another great option for trips that last a few days. The right place for hiking in Kenya stretches across the country, from Longonot Mountain to the crater, the majestic waterfalls, Bologare National Park, Amboseli National Park, Nairobi National Park or Kagamega forest with the sound of birds singing.
Big Five Safaris
The word Safaris is born in Kenya, meaning “journey”. Big Five (5 large animals including lions, leopards, buffaloes, rhinos and elephants) is a major tourist attraction to Africa and contributes to help Kenya become a natural tourist destination. Africa’s most impressive wild world. The Maasai Mara National Reserve is where all these large mammals can easily be seen. Lake Nakuru National Park, with a flamingo-shaped lake and trails through the forest, is another ideal spot for Big Five safaris. Besides, Lake Naivasha, Amboseli national park and Samburu reserve in the far north are also safari territory.
The great migration in wild Africa
This is the greatest natural spectacle on the planet. Each year from July to October, hundreds of thousands of wildebeests and zebras cross the Moroccan River – home to many crocodiles – to feed on the lush lawns of Masai Mara. Animals flooded the vast steppe, including elephants and giraffes, followed by predators like lions, leopards, hyenas. Extremely interesting!
Mountain biking in popular Kenyan tourist spots
In Kenya, mountain biking is more than just literally. This two-wheeled ride offers a unique experience to explore the country’s scenic landscape and its iconic wildlife. Cycling on red dirt roads in the volcanic area of Hell’s Gate National Park, gazing at buffaloes, giraffes and zebra munching on grass gives visitors an unbelievably peaceful feeling.
Of course, for those who want to experience pure mountain biking, want to test their skills, there are some great routes with various slopes and difficulty levels on Mount Kenya and in the valley. Rift on Naivasha. And those who want a more leisurely trip, exploring the coastal areas of Diani, Malindi and Watamu by bike are also an attractive option.