Kenya safaris happen in a magical land of great wonders and surprises, with the Masai Mara for endless wildlife encounters, Lake Nakuru for pink flamingos, Amboseli National Park large herds of elephants, Nairobi National Park "the world's only wildlife capital," Giraffe Center in Nairobi for Rothschild subspecies, Karen Blixen museum, Tsavo East National Park, Hell’s Gate National Park, Kenya National Museum, Kisite Mpumguti and more. It is one of the world's top safari destinations because of its unique culture, cool climate, delectable cuisine, vast plantations, safety & security and modern infrastructure.
The colorful city of Mombasa offers an unrivaled experience on a bustling commercial and holiday center, as well as refreshing sea breeze from the exotic white-sand beaches. While travelers enjoy all kinds of excursions during their honeymoons, weekend getaways, cultural adventures and more, English and Swahili are the two official languages to use while engaging with the local people in the city streets and in the upcountry. Kenya is said to have the highest population of lions and other predator species of any place.
Travelers spend multiple days and nights in national parks, making them the most popular attractions in Kenya. Kenya is located east of the African continent, bordered by Uganda, the vast Indian Ocean, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Somalia. When arriving at the airports in and around Nairobi, the available modes of transportation to the accommodations, conference venues, and game reserves include, among others, road; motorcycles, buses, Taxis and foot when exploring the cities; on a chattered aircraft or by water.
"HamJambo" or "Habari" means "Hello" in Swahili, the most widely spoken language in the country, linking people from all walks of life. When many people are hesitant to eat from strangers while traveling, the food, fruits and drinks served in local kiosks and by street vendors in Kenya are safe and delicious and are suitable for consumption. Cities never sleep, with incredible nightlife in clubs, cinema halls and restaurants, so if you must, moving with a local is considerably safer and less expensive.
As is the case in other parts of the world, a few people are out there looking to take advantage of travelers by stealing or defrauding them, so being alert always while in Kenya is advised. Most restaurants, craft markets and shopping malls accept US dollars, Euros, and other foreign currencies as medium of exchange. However, having access to local currency is necessary for tipping and purchasing souvenirs from remote places. About attires, travelers are recommended to dress warmly during the rainy season and to dress appropriately when out in public. Clothing that covers your full body is considered decent. In terms of religion, Christianity is the most popular, followed by Islam and orthodoxy.
Enjoy game viewing both during the day and at night, as well as bird watching. A wildlife trip in the unspoilt savannah areas includes primate trekking and more. On a lucky day, you might get a chance to see lions, leopards, Impalas, zebras, cheetahs, and warthogs. Leopards, unusual reptiles, an ostrich, pink flamingos, and more are among the animals on display. You can see a variety of wildlife species at their territories, hunting or grazing, on boat excursions, nature walks, hiking, and other activities.
This is the world's largest animal migration. Visitors can see approximately 2 million wildebeests, as well as thousands of zebras, cheetahs and other animals, in the Serengeti-Mara eco-system every year. The peak season for seeing the wildebeest migration starts from August to October, when they may be seen crossing the Mara River into Kenya in search of new grass and water.
Cultural exchange is a great opportunity for learning and acquiring a lot of insight about what should be done on an individual basis because culture is one's identity and pride. Visitors are entertained by Masai warriors and other indigenous cultural groups that perform distinctive dances, music and storytelling.
The majority of nature photos in numerous African documentaries were taken in Kenya, a region known for its boundless savannah plains, diverse flora and animals and more. There are photography safari packages available to destinations that provide high concentration of what one requires.
Sailing, swimming, and relaxing on Kenya's chilly white sand beaches are beautiful and rejuvenating. The beaches in Mombasa, Wasini and Diani are located on the shores of enormous Indian Ocean. There are also fantastic lodging options for weekend vibes, adventure opportunities and leisure vacations.
City excursions, camping, mountain trekking and other activities are also available. Kenya is open to travelers all year, with the most recommended seasons falling between May to October and December to February. Book a Kenya safari today and see the many attractions that this country boasts.