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A country whose name almost means “safari.” The only country with a national park within the capital city. With diverse tourist attractions, few other places in the world can conjure such adventurous, cultural and amazing places to visit.

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Some of the top rated safari attractions include:
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Lamu

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Some of the top rated safari attractions include

Amboseli National Reserve
Amboseli boasts itself as the home of elephants, it is crowned by Africa’s highest peak; Mt Kilimanjaro.

More than 600 species of birds, the big 5 cats, giraffes, impalas, gazelles and eland call Amboseli home.

Tsavo National Park
Tsavo east and Tsavo west make up Kenya’s largest park. With a diverse wildlife population, the two parks have rivers, waterfalls, volcanic hills and savannah.
The Parks are home to most of larger mammals, vast herds of dust red-red elephant, Rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, hippos, waterbucks, Kudus, Gerenuk and Hirola.
Samburu National Reserve
Home to the famous Elsa the lioness in the film Born Free by Joy Adamson, this reserve is home to Ostriches, Zebras, antelopes, wild dogs and cats
Lake Nakuru national Park
Renowned for its flocks of pink flamingoes, the park is one of the Rift Valleys soda lakes hosting more than 450 species of birds. Lions, leopards, warthogs, white rhinos and snakes dot the sweeping grasslands and rocky cliffs to the woodland.
Lake Naivasha
The highest point of the Great Rift Valley, home to more than 400 species of birds. Hippos giraffes, zebras, buffaloes and monkeys cane easily be spotted here.

Within the vicinity is Crater Lake Game Sanctuary and Hell’s Gate National Park.

Nairobi National Park
The national park within a capital city, that you can literally spot wildlife while on foot.

Home to over 400 species of birds, Lions, leopards, wildebeest, elephants, cheetah and giraffes.

Maasai Mara National Reserve
Famous for the Great Migration, popularly known as “Maasai Mara” is among the most magnificent game reserves in Africa enjoying all year mild and gentle weather. Bordering Tanzania, geographically Maasai Mara is an extension of Serengeti, together creating a wildlife corridor between Kenya and Tanzania.

The Kenyan Coast

Mombasa
Mombasa is an island connected to the mainland by a causeway, bridges, and ferries. Coral reefs fringe the coast for 480 kilometers, providing fantastic snorkeling and diving opportunities, especially at Mombasa Marine National Park and around Wasini Island. Dolphin watching and deep-sea fishing are also popular things to do in Mombasa.
Diani Beach
Diani Beach is located south of Mombasa, it comprises a group of interconnected beaches the most popular being Diani Beach and Galu beach.

Dotting the white sandy beaches are Chale Marine National Park and Reserve, Chale Island and Funzi Island.

Malindi & Watamu

Two coastal towns spread about 20kms apart. Located in the heart of tropical Kenyan Coast, they can be reached by road and flight.

There are loads to do throughout Malindi & Watamu. Watamu boasts of a Marine National Park, offering diving and snorkeling, boat cruises and fishing expeditions
To the north-west of Malindi, visitors can marvel at the collection of sandstone gorges and gullies at Marafa Depression, which has become part of the mystical local folklore and is popularly known as Hell’s Kitchen. Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve provides thick and luscious jungle for intrepid explorers!

Lamu Island
A small island on the northeast of Mombasa inhabited largely by Muslim, Lamu Island is recognized in the UNESCO World Heritage. It is the oldest settlement originating from the 12th Century/

Sightseeing here is like taking a trip back in time. Dhows on the harbor, very few motorized vehicles, and donkeys can be seen in the streets.

Maasai Mara National Reserve
Famous for the Great Migration, popularly known as “Maasai Mara” is among the most magnificent game reserves in Africa enjoying all year mild and gentle weather. Bordering Tanzania, geographically Maasai Mara is an extension of Serengeti, together creating a wildlife corridor between Kenya and Tanzania.

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