Tsavo is the largest among them. The Aberdares National Park, in central Kenya, has the famous Treetops Hotel. Kenya safaris can take two to three days, or even more than week depending on the customer's demand and budget. Safari can be quite dangerous at certain places and the travelers are asked to be cautious.
A visit to Lamu, might introduce a tourist with the centuries-old Maulid Festival.
Beaches, another major aspect of Kenya travel, provides for activities like fishing or scuba diving along with basic travel. Scuba diving, for exploring Africa's underwater marine life, is famous in the Pemba Island where one finds Napolean wrasse, pelagic fish, famous Manta rays, turtles and sharks.
Kenya travel also grants other activities like mountain climbing. Some famous places are:
Maps to Explore More About Kenya
The tourist season is during January and February when the weather is pleasant. During the rainy season (March-May) it is quieter and the availability of rooms increase along with a cut in the prices.
Kenya, thus with its fascinating wildlife parks and exotic marine parks forms an ideal holiday package for anyone who wishes to experience a memorable tour.
|City Name||Population (2010)||City Name||Population (2010)|
|Mavoko (Athi River)||110396||Ukunda||62529|
|Tourist Attractions in Kenya|
|Nairobi National Park||Lamu Island|
|Malindi||Tsavo National Park|
|Mount Kenya||Lake Nakuru|
|Samburu National Reserve||Amboseli National Park|
|Hell'S Gate National Park||Masai Mara National Reserve|
Last Updated On : April 02, 2013