Kenya is a Land of Diversity and Beauty
Every person who loves traveling has some sort of fantasy; mine is a funny one but still a fantasy and am hoping that soon I will have the chance of living my fantasy, a dinner in the wilderness. No matter how you define a breathtaking holiday in Africa, Kenya is a land where your every expectation is exceeded.
From the sound of millions of wildebeest and zebra hooves thundering across open savannah plains of the Masai Mara to tranquil white sand beaches of Diani, Galu, Malindi and Watamu where palm trees sway in gentle ocean breezes, Kenya is a land of diversity and beauty. Watching the seasonal Great Migration is a spectacular Kenya safari experience for even the most discerning guest, and the abundance of resident wildlife is simply unimaginable. The animals and landscape are well-protected thanks to several neoteric land management efforts that demonstrate the optimum balance between human use and wildlife preservation. While the conservancies like Lewa in Laikipia are founded upon local conservation, the success has brought international attention and served as models for similar efforts around the world.
Should you desire a more relaxed and rejuvenating setting, the Kenyan wilderness offer and perfect dinner space after the sunset. There is nothing more relaxing than candle light dinner after spending hours wandering the wilderness on the back of a camel looking for natural gems nestled in ostrich nests, or after a venture out into the water for scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, deep sea fishing and much more. Seaside towns such as Shela in Lamu take you back in time to a simpler way of life, and in the remote outback, you interact with native peoples, from Maasai, Samburu to Swahilis who pleasantly share their traditions, artwork and beliefs. Many of the communities are supported by activities that both preserve the ecological treasures and provide improved quality of life. Kenya is also home to many intriguing historical sites such as Gede Ruins or Fort Jesus that demonstrate the longstanding history of both indigenous and international visitors that have contributed to the land of Kenya.
The centerpiece of your dream travel in Kenyan is the experience. From the moment you first touch the native soil, you feel connected to land, animals and people unlike any others on the planet. As an immersion destination, Kenya is a place where your imagination blends flawlessly with reality on a game drive, you can visit the Mzima Springs which are fed by water from Mount Kilimanjaro and are crystal clear, affording some of the best Hippo watching in Kenya. There is even an underground hide where you can view them from underwater. In the evening return to your Kenya luxury camp and savour sumptuous meals under the stars.
When touring the wilderness you dine there as well, thanks to the fact that Every Bush Homes property is a hidden gem, small, intimate, and exceedingly exclusive thus offering one of the most authentic and hard-to-find experiences in all of Africa. On custom safaris you’re treated like a friend of the family and made to feel at home by their hospitality. I know that I can explain more and more to convince to hit the keyboard and book that holiday, thou that’s not my motive.
If the Kenya safaris of old beckon to you, this is your ticket for a bit of time travel. Revel in sun-drenched mornings spent cruising the land by jeep, photograph the great and varied wildlife streaming past, hit the trail on camel or horseback, discover the cultures of the Masai and Samburu people, and sleep under the stars as hyenas howl in the distance. And that’s just a taste of what awaits in Kenya the land of diversity and beauty.