Kenya Travel Guide

Kenya Travel Guide

A trip to Kenya is a trip of a Lifetime! Kenya is the ultimate safari destination. It is one the African country you won’t want to miss. This East African country possesses endless lush plains, abundant wildlife and is an unforgettable escape.


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Stay at the Giraffe Manor is the craziest experience, sitting on top of 140 acres of land; this incredibly preserved place is like stepping into a dream. You’ll find amazing luxurious hotels around the world, but nothing compares to this place. With endangered giraffes roaming around the extravagant vintage property, Giraffe Manor has an otherworldly beauty.

Visit the David Sheldrick Animal Orphanage in Nairobi is another one won’t want to miss. Here, you can adopt an orphaned baby elephant just for $50 USD. You can pass hours with the elephants here, feed them, play with them. And in the end, you’ll collect your photos with the baby elephant and a certificate of appreciation too.

Amboseli National Park is another accessible park in the South, famous for elephants. Large herds of elephants are something unforgettable for the elephant-lovers. One can sit and enjoy the panoramic view of Mount Kilimanjaro for hours.

Those who have a passion for rafting must not miss white water rafting. It is an adventurous activity in the vicinity of Nairobi.

Conquering the majestic Kilimanjaro is another exuberant experience in Kenya. In just 7 days you can do it, in which you’ll pay a visit to Sekimba Camp, Third Caves, Horombo Hut, Marangu, Uhuru Peak, Gillman’s point, and the rocky moonlike landscape to School Hut, beautiful natural forest characterized by giant ancient trees, Lake Michaelson and snowy peaks reaching up to 17,057 feet.

If you have more time and you are good at hiking you can trek more for a couple of days to reach the remarkable sight of Kenya –Mount Kenya surrounded by the savannah. The helicopter view of Kilimanjaro is indeed captivating.

Undoubtedly Kenya is the Gemstone of Africa. It is worth watching the epicenter of the continent. You’ll find plenty of wild animals including elephants, hippos, buffalo, gazelles, giraffes, lions, cheetahs, leopards, in Masai Mara. In Mara river crocodiles are in abundance.

If you have a wish of bicycling among giraffes and zebras, the Hellsgate park is where your wish can be fulfilled. Various scenes of the famous movie “The Lion King” was filmed here.

If you’re a bird lover then Lake Naivalla National Park is the best place. You’ll find hippos and plentiful species of birds in this park.