If you plan to take a trip to Kenya, you should visit the following places of interest. Try not to miss any of the following five destinations, or you may not have a second chance to quench your thirst as a curious visitor.
1. Masai Mara National Park
It is the most important game reserve in Kenya and perhaps the world. Masai Mara boasts of preserving nearly 450 species of flora and fauna that all visitors admire. The best time to visit here is from July to September. You can experience the “great migration” of the wildebeest and feel lucky to record the rare moments of lion hunting. This trip is a photographer’s delight. A period of ‘2 nights and 3 days’ is enough to cover the prized assets of wild Kenya, including a Masai village.
It just so happens that it is the cultural and commercial center of East Africa. Mombasa, which has been trading with South Asia and the Arab world for centuries, proudly displays its cultural heritage in the form of forts and museums. You will also be ecstatic to discover the wide range of activities on the beach. Whether it’s a jet ski, jet ski, or scuba activity, you’ll feel like it’s worth the money spent on this trip. The 3-day trip is enough to cover glimpses of Mombasa.
3. Mount kenya
If you like mountaineering and enjoy those mind-blowing natural sights, you should never miss a trip to Mount Kenya. The trekking tour begins in Nanyuki, foothills of Mount Kenya. Plan your stay at Treetop Hotel, an accommodation made with wooden planks; You’ll be proud to imagine its history where Queen Elizabeth once visited.
Four. Nakuru National Park
Nakuru National Park is an enchanting wildlife reserve that is spread over a few acres of land and is home to some of Kenya’s most popular species. Don’t miss the big 5: elephant, lion, leopard, rhino, and buffalo. The abundance of a type of migratory bird called ‘Flamingo’ occurs from the end of September and continues until January. You will be speechless when you see the thousands of pink flamingos in the blue background.
5. Amboseli National Park
This safari is famous as you may have a clear view of the magnificent Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest point in Africa. Amboseli boasts of having the largest collection of elephants and is also home to an elephant research center. The dazzling view of the sunset will leave you bewildered, and your photographic adventure will be no less than a painter’s delight.
There is no pleasure compared to exploring the unknown and discovering distant culture. Africa has an overabundance of natural wonders and will continue to be the first choice of visitors.