Reasons To Visit Kenya

Want to see the pristine wilderness and internationally significant habitats of wildlife? Visit Kenya and experience Africa. It is one of Africa’s most distinct and stunning locations. Kenya offer white sand beaches and journey into dense forests and divergent deserts. The Savannah plains, tropical woodlands and intricate waterfalls make Kenya a dream trip. The best part is you can book Kenya tours at affordable price too by choosing the right travel agency.

Mount Kenya: 
Often referred to as the ‘Place of light’, Mount Kenya, an extinct volcano was created approximately 3 million years ago. It lies within the Mount Kenya National Park. At present, there are 11 small glaciers on Mount Kenya. Due to global warming no new ice is formed. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1997. Due to being situated close to the Equator, the sun sets and rises at the same time every day. The three summits Batian, Nelion and Leans are named after Maasai chieftains. 

Bird watching in Kenya: 
Tremendous geographical range gives Kenya a variety of climates and landscapes. And travellers often find Kenya a one of the major destinations in south african travel packages. Swallows, terns, waders, bishops and weavers are seen during the migration season. The Maasai Mara is highly famous for rosy-throated magpie shrike.

Wildlife: 
The Big Five of Africa can be seen in Kenya itself. The majestic African lion is highly regarded for its size walk and hunting prowess. They can be in Maasai Mara National Reserve. African elephants are the world’s largest land mammals. They have no predators except men due to its size. Elephant hunting and ivory trading is prohibited in Kenya. Amboseli National Park and Tsavo National Park are places to watch these gigantic animals. Infamous for its temper, the buffalo is feared by some most daring predators in the wild. Maasai Mara is home to the largest buffalo herds. White and Black Rhinos are found in Kenya. The biggest white rhino population in Kenya is found in Lake Nakuru National Park. Maasai Mara has the largest black rhino population – the ‘silent hunter’. Leopards are also found in Kenya’s several reserves.

Natural beauty and climate: 
Kenya offers amazing tropical weather with long sunny days. It has plains, mountain ranges and a coastal region. The Mara plains are simply breathtaking. Mount Kenya offers you a beautiful sight and also challenges to climb as it is rugged. The Kenyan coast is perfect with natural beauty, laid back lifestyle and beautiful weather.Africa-tour-prices