Kenya is a wild destination to plan your next adventurous holiday. It offers many excursions and retreats that will keep you wanting to come back for more. Apart from the bewildering and majestic wildlife, Kenya offers many spectacular landscapes, sceneries, breath-taking moments, and an experience unlike any other. Visiting Kenya for your next adventurous retreat will be a life-changing experience, one that will take you on a wild journey of self-discovery, connecting with nature, and exploring everything it has to offer.
While planning your visit, make sure you book a trip between July to September. These months are ideal for exploring Kenya in all its beauty.
Here are some of the best places in Kenya for an adventurous retreat:
Maasai Mara National Reserve
Maasai Mara National Reserve is a well-known game reserve in Kenya. It is known globally for the Great Migration, where over two million wildebeests migrate from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The Great Migration is a spectacle and once-in-a-lifetime experience, one of nature’s most exciting movements.
Lake Victoria stretches across Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania and is the largest lake in Africa. Lake Victoria will captivate you in its sheer beauty, mass, and serenity. It is the perfect place to relax and explore the many wildlife species that call it home. It also has mesmerizing marine life, which you can explore. Some of the exciting species you will find here include the African helmeted turtles, William’s mud turtles, African tetras, air-breathing catfish, and over 500 other species of marine life.
Mt. Kenya National Park
Mt. Kenya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, stands at over 5,000 meters. The towering mountain is known for its sheer beauty and structure. It offers many adventurous treks and safaris that will take you through its many forests, landscapes and experiencing its exotic wildlife.
Lake Nakuru National Park
Another breathtaking lake, Nakuru is well-known for its beautiful display of pink flamingos. The birds are scattered across the lake, and the view in itself will keep you from wanting to leave here. The picturesque scenery will captivate you, unlike anything you have experienced. If the pink flamingos are not enough, Lake Nakuru is home to over 450 different species of birds.
Tsavo National Park
The Tsavo National Park is another mesmerizing park. The Park takes up 4% of Kenya’s total land area. It offers fantastic wildlife, breathtaking sceneries, different landscapes, and an adventure of a lifetime. You can also go on an aerial safari here!
Amboseli National Park
No list for Kenya is complete without mentioning Amboseli National Park. With Mount Kilimanjaro in the backdrop, Amboseli National Park offers a scenic view unlike any other you will ever see. Furthermore, the park is home to elephants, cheetahs, giraffes, gazelles, and many other exotic animals.
So, buckle up and get ready to enjoy the adventure of a lifetime. Kenya will change your life and will provide you with an adventurous retreat unlike any other you will ever get to experience. Before visiting Kenya, be sure to check out our Comprehensive Safari Guide for Kenya.