A Jewel in African, Kenya is truly a Travelers Dream Come True.

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A country is defined by its people, and Kenyans are a friendly and proud nation despite the fact that there are a number of different ethnic groups, languages, and religions. Their big smiles, especially on children’s faces, and the friendly jambo (greetings) and karibu (welcome) around every corner, goes a long way in making Kenya a welcoming destination. Despite their economic performance and other political problems that has plagued them, their hearts are always open to outsiders. And their most favorite phrase is, “Hakuna Matata.” It means, “No Worries.” Touches anyone who visit the lands of the smiling faces.  

Despite its size, Kenya sure boasts geographical diversity and that’s not just a cliché. Almost every known landform exists within this world in miniature. The equator cuts the country into two halves. From the low-lying coast lands to snow-capped Mt. Kenya, from the tree-dotted plains to the sudden drop into the floor of the Great Rift Valley- these are stunning landscapes. The great African Rift Valley, the prehistoric fissure, is lined by huge volcanoes, such as Mount Kenya and the Longonot. The Rift Valley also has a string of lakes, most of which have been transformed into alkaline waters by volcanic ashes. From the lush, palm-fringed coastline of the Indian Ocean to the hot, wild deserts, Kenya is truly a travelers dream come true.

Begin your safari adventure in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. Ride in style in safari vehicles everywhere you go to get a feel for rural Kenya. Enjoy safari adventures and multiple game drives throughout your days in national parks. Enjoy your excursions through the Samburu where you will ride through thick river foliage and trek through Aberdare National Park as you scale the mountain range within it. Having in mind these is where the Rhino Ark charity works tirelessly to preserve habitats critical to native animals. Safari to the lovely Lake Naivasha and partake in some bird spotting among the many flamingos that live around its shores. Spend a night at the highest point of the Kenyan Rift Valley along the Lake Naivasha, a freshwater lake that attracts diverse fowl.  Then, spend your last two nights in the Masai Mara National Reserve, the park that has a high density of lions, cheetah and leopards, as well as the annual zebra, gazelle, and wildebeest migration from the Serengeti. Don’t miss this amazing chance to engage in a wild adventure through East Africa. You’ll have plenty of chances to see the big five of Africa: lions, elephants, leopards, rhinoceros, and buffalo.

Spot animals though the lush foliage along the Ewaso Nyiro river in Samburu..  With the Ewaso Nyiro River flowing through the middle of it, surrounded on all sides by thick forest. Enjoy game drives and a relaxing day at the lodge. Then, you will safari to Aberdare National Park, home to the Aberdare Mountain Range as well as Rhino Ark, a charity devoted to the conservation of the critical habitats within the park. Spend one night near the park before letting the safari excursion whisk you away to new and expansive national parks.

A tour of Kenyan land is always complimented by the exotic restaurant around all tourist destinations. Whatever city you might be in, you can have a wide variety of exotic and luxury restaurants to choose from, whenever you go out and most of them are very good value for money for you and your friends to meet up and enjoy time together.

Not forgetting the beaches along the south and north coast that will  make you feel like you’re in paradise, the white sand like talc, the vast shoreline and the fact that the coastal reef offers you an opportunity to enjoy snorkeling and deep sea-diving. The fact that you can take a swim in the Indian Ocean with the water all warm and snugly is an amazing experience as well. Truly a Jewel in African, Kenya a Travel Lovers Dream Come True.

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