Welcome to Kenya!! One big signpost will welcome you on your first landing at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. One of the largest Airports in both East and Central Africa. You may wish to book another flight around the country for easier access to some of the best destinations in the country. But don’t leave the city without witnessing the Capital city of Kenya which is Nairobi. An ever-busy town is symbolised best by its art. mostly from Its matatus that are mostly used around the city to different destinations. Kenya is one of the most peculiar countries in Africa because It exceeds its expectation far from the stereotypes that come with the African countries.
So if you are planning to visit Kenya, here is Kenya Travel Guide: Things to Do and Tourist Attractions
The Nairobi City and National Park
Starting from the city via the recently build expressway highway that ends in James Gichuru, you will witness the city’s beautiful structures from a high point like being on a cliff. Growing at a very high rate with newly constructed roads that ensure smooth movement. The first drop should be at the Haile Selassie Highway joining the Langata road for your first destination at the Nairobi National Park in Ngong Forest. The only city with a park in its midst. The park is exciting and most importantly with the African big four animals. All are safely kept around the cages in the park.
Climbing Mount Kenya
Away from the busy city, you might want to witness the second largest Mountain in Africa. Standing at 5199m, Mount Kenya is an ancient extinct Volcanic Mountain. The scenery surrounding this mountain is breathtaking. Visitors can enjoy mountain climbing, camping, and caving with the mountain’s rugged peaks providing the best drops.
The Great Rift Valley
From climbing the mountains, you might be tired, and in need of some rest. But what a way to rest while still on another tourist destination that will offer the best and most relaxing views with the best lodges and hotels. The great rift valley is one of the geological wonders in the world. Running from Lebanon to Mozambique. The valley floor also varies, being at the lowest near Lake Turkana. Apart from the Rift Valley itself, the area has other important geographic features such as the extinct volcanoes, Mount Longonot, and Mount Suswa, Lake Baringo, Lake Bogoria, Lake Magadi, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha, the Suguta Valley, and Lake Turkana. Viewing it from the View Point along Nairobi Naivasha Highway be sure to be intrigued by the great sightseeing and by the very welcoming locals. With its vast hotels and lodges, all along its floor don’t miss on tasting the local delicacies from goat eating and much more.
The beautiful beaches of Malindi, Lamu, and Mombasa Island and also known for most of their archaeological sights and even their vast history make it seem like Kenya’s focal point. From its cultural diversity and the origin of Swahili. This destination carries with it the whole country’s significance. Starting from the Tsavo East and Tsavo west
forest the home of the Mara. The Masai Mara is one of the most iconic places in Africa and is home to an incredible diversity of wildlife, here are 8 Things to Know Before you Visit the Maasai Mara
Be sure to have a great experience with the locals who will first teach you the iconic words “Hakuna Matata” then show you their best dance moves which consist of straight high jumps that will embarrass Kevin Durant before taking you to see the great savanna beasts, from the Lions to the elephants and even the wildebeest migration. Don’t forget to hop on a ride in the hot air balloons for the best views.