Kenya is a small country with so much to offer. Like it is said great things come in small packages and Kenya stands true to it. Home to some of Africa’s most beautiful Wildlife, Coral Reefs and Tribal Culture, Kenya somehow seems to have everything you could want when visiting an African country. Yes this country has its Pros and Cons. Poverty is prevalent and many diseases have found their way in but that hasn’t affected its tourism in any manner. Tourism has seen a major rise in the last couple of years and Kenya tourism is an important source of income for the country. The Kenyans are humble and sweet people. English is a major language of communication however sign language is best to have a chat with rigid locals.
Kenya tourism is quite popular and on the top of the list of attractions remains the animal safaris. Kenya safari is one must see and do activity which will enhance your holidaying experience. This country has its fame intact for its elegant and rich flora and fauna. Birds and wildlife are is abundant here. This country is home to 11 per cent of the world’s species. While safari is a must visit, Close encounters with some of the most prominent members of the cat family like lions and leopards is a common scenario. The status of being a poor country is mere an economic problem but tourists love this wild and free destination that interests all kinds of people. If wild game doesn’t interest you, Kenya activities to do include snorkeling and a bunch of other outdoor activities like ballooning and trekking at the famous Marine National Park in Malindi.
Places to visit in Kenya have a long list of everything under the category of an adventurous holiday. You can climb up the Mount Kilimanjaro under guidance of a person well aware of its tracks. Or if history interests you then Mombasa welcomes you and will unravel old tales and stories dating back to 2000 years. Nairobi, Kenya’s capital has an active nightlife with café’s and clubs open at all possible odd hours. Masai Mara is home to the annual wildebeest migration that is a sight to behold and is best viewed from a balloon ride.
Kenya has some amazing five star hotels that serve up some of the most delectable treats you will find anywhere in Africa. Although they come at a price you soon forget about your wallet when you sink your teeth into it. Kenya weather is tropical and it is a year round destination however summers can be avoided as the sun will take a toll and might lead to a sweaty holiday. You can savor on some of the most delicious meats in Kenya. Let your taste buds cuddle with the Kenyan cuisine that has been influenced by its rich past. It is a carnivore’s paradise however people with love for veggies need not be dishearten. Kenya hotels and Kenya Restaurants take good care of you and your accommodation needs.
Whether you decide to lie on the beaches and gaze at the waters of the Indian Ocean or you’re up to trekking its mountainous region the view in Kenya no matter where you go is breathtaking. Kenya is the wild land that interest all with an overwhelming welcome and charming hospitality.