The following are some of the fun activities not to miss on your Kenya safari!!!!!!
- The ultimate adventure on Kenya safaris! Witness the Great Migration in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, where millions of antelopes, zebras and wildebeest cross the savanna landscape from July to October.
- With a little luck, you can see the Big Five in Tsavo East national park. This park is less developed than its western counterpart. Hippos and crocodiles are also found here. The variety of species and the endless bush landscapes are a highlight during your trip to Africa.
- The northern coast of Kenya, traversed by dream beaches, is the ultimate destination for outdoor adventures and relaxation. Discover a colourful underwater world when you go snorkelling, or soak up the sun on one of the palm-lined beaches.
- Witnessing the flamingos at Lake Bogoria is a very special natural spectacle. Over one million of these graceful birds can be found fishing in the lake for their feast of delicious algae
- The journey to the remote Lake Turkana is painstaking, but a most worthwhile adventure. The world’s largest desert lake awaits you, surrounded by a surreal landscape. Be on your guard for sharp teeth! Nowhere else in Africa are there so many Nile crocodiles as in Lake Turkana!
- Fans of the book out of Africa should plan a visit to the Karen Blixen in Nairobi this is where the shootings of the movie of the same name were filmed. You will not only learn about the life of the famous Danish author but also the changing history of Kenya
- If you are yearning the great outdoors then we recommend a hike in the foothills of MT Kenya Kenya’s second highest mountain. In addition to the fantastic views of this snow-capped mountain range, you may also see rare rhinos.
- The old town of Lamu is a UNESCO World Heritage site. The unique architecture reflects Portuguese, Arabic and Indian influences. This almost car-free town has preserved its charm to this day and is particularly interesting if you are seeking more of a cultural tour of Kenya.