There’s lots to see and do in East Africa. There’s no single amazing thing about East Africa. No! It’s millions of things…So, start getting around. Plan your travel to see what to put at the top of your African safari holiday list.
- The Big Five – the term big five was invented in Kenya just like the word safari. You can easily see the big five on a wildlife safari in Kenya.
- Wildlife Safaris – The country boasts of 80 major animal species of which 32 are endangered. You can easily see incredible wildlife in the national parks.
- Cradle of Mankind – Kenya is home to some of the world’s most treasured paleolithic finds.
This is the second highest mountain in Africa being 5,199m above sea level. It offers a 3-5 day mountaineering experience to the top of the snow-capped peak. Some say it’s a more interesting climb that the neighbouring Kilimanjaro and this is no easy climb! Before undertaking a climb of this magnitude, climbers must be fully prepared.
Among the most diverse and dramatic on the African continent. The eco-systems range from vibrant coastal marine parks, indigenous forest in western Kenya (Kakamega), afro-alpine moorland, wetlands, savannahs, teeming with large mammals and in the North there are wild scant deserts, great for camel trekking and wilderness tours.
The People of Kenya:
Last, but not in any way least, is the beauty of the Kenyan people. As diverse as the landscapes they live in, the Kenyan people are vibrant and beautiful. Among the many other tribes, the colorful Masai and Samburu tribesmen and women, retain traditions that date back to the origins of mankind itself. Nomadic and regal, they continue to live in perfect harmony with their natural environment.
So, whatever your interest, you can be sure that Kenya will provide a wonderfully colorful, relaxing, exciting and fun filled time.