Enjoy Your trip to Kenya and be Blown away
Climate Kenya has a climate that is usually warm all year, with no extremes of summer or winter (there are two rainy seasons: from March-May and September-October). The relatively high altitude over much of the nation contributes to the mild, low-humidity environment. The coastal region is humid and hot, but temperatures rarely surpass the mid-30°C mark. As a result, air conditioning and ceiling fans are more frequent along the coast or around Lake Victoria, such as Kisumu city, which is hot and humid.
Kenya is noted for its stunning and diverse landscapes, which are spread out over a short region. It is possible to fly from Nairobi for one hour and land in a beautiful desert.
Kenya’s tourist infrastructure is well developed, with a network of professionally maintained national parks, motorways, international and domestic aircraft connectivity, and an internationally known hotel and hospitality business.
Wildlife gazing is one of Kenya’s most popular activities. Large cat species such as lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, rhinos, and giraffes are among them. During a wildlife tour, you may view these species in their native habitats. While on safari, visitors may witness the “Big Five” (lion, elephant, rhino, leopard, and buffalo) and the “Big Nine” (cheetah, giraffe, hippo, and zebra).
Kenyans are typically renowned to be helpful and kind to visitors and foreigners. Local culture, food, and way of life are attractions in addition to theVarious activities
Kenya tourism provides short- and long-term adventure activities and experiences, such as homestays, hot-air balloon safaris, golfing vacations, and special specialty vacations.
The top Attraction Sites in Kenya are:
- National Park of Ruma
- Simbi Nyaima Lake
- National Park of Aberdare
- Forest Reserve of Arabuko Sokoke
- National Park of the Chyulu Hills
- Diani Beach – Sandy White Beaches
National Reserve of the Kakamega Forest
- Kora National Park Kisumu Impala Sanctuary
- Marine National Park of Malindi
- National Park and Reserve of Marsabit
- Marine National Park of Mombasa
- National Park of Mount Elgon
- National Park of Mt. Longonot
- National Park of Ol Donyo Sabuk
* Saiwa Swamp
- National Park of Sibiloi
- National Marine Reserve of Watamu
- National Park of Central Island
- Mpunguti Marine Park should be visited.
- National Marine Reserve Kiunga
- National Park of Malka Mari
- Mombasa Marine Reserve Meru National Park
- Mwea National Park
- National Park of Ndere Island
DON’T MISS OUT ON A TRIP TO KENYA
Top Hotels In Kenya
- Olare Mara Kempinski, Masai Mara
- House of Waine
- Sasaab, Samburu
- Medina Palms
- Villa Rosa Kempinski Hotel
- Nairobi Serena Hotel
- Crowne Plaza Hotel
- Sankara Hotel
- Tribe Hotel
- Southern Sun Mayfair Hotel
- Mawimbi Seafood Restaurant
- INTI – A Nikkei Experience
- Mercado – Mexican Kitchen & Bar
- Open House Restaurant
- Cheka Japanese Izakaya
- The Grill Shack Kenya
- About Thyme
- Zen Garden
- 360 Degrees Pizza – ABC Place
Things To Do In Kenya
- Witness the Great Migration in the Masai Mara
- See the Big Five in Tsavo East National Park
- Enjoy a beach vacation in north Kenya
- Go birdwatching at Amboseli National Park
- Marvel at the flamingos at Lake Nakuru
Destination Guide To Kenya
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) is located 15 kilometers/9 miles southeast of Nairobi. Moi International Airport (MBA), located 9km/6mi west of Mombasa, is Kenya’s second international airport, but aside from flights to Zanzibar, it is primarily used for domestic and charter flights.
One can fly or drive between reserves from Nairobi or Mombasa, or do a combination of the two. The majority of domestic flights out of Nairobi depart from Wilson Airport (WIL), which is located 6 kilometers/4 miles south of the city. Regardless of the mode of transportation used, the local tour operator will usually arrange airport pickup and all subsequent transportation as part of the safari package.
Best Time To trip to Kenya
Because of the favorable weather and the ease with which animals can be spotted, January and February are the best months to visit Kenya. If you want to see the annual wild beast migration, June to October is ideal. The rainy season lasts from March to May, so avoid going during that time.
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