“The African wanderlust” is a popular nickname for Kenya, which is one of the world’s top safari destinations with its 23 national parks. Apart from the amazing game drives, Kenya also hosts the second largest mountain in Africa,« Mount Kenya » while Amboseli National Park offers great views of the Tanzanian Mount Kilimanjaro. Kenya is indeed a wonderland, from the Great Rift Valley to its amazing coastline.


More reasons to choose Kenya for your next trip with Kamaroutes

  • Visit Amboseli National Park which is home to large herds of elephants and offers spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Another main attraction of the park includes the opportunity to meet the Maasai people.

  • Visit Lake Nakuru a “soda lake” famous for attracting large flocks of flamingos feeding in the shallows.
  • Swahili and English are the official languages and if you are keen on learning a new language the Kenyans are eager to teach you.
  • Visit seven UNESCO world heritage sites in Kenya which include cultural heritage sites, natural world heritage sites and, protected sites.
  • Kenya’s coastline is sublime with beautiful beaches to relax in along the warm Indian Ocean.

  • Do not miss the Great Migration, from late July into the month of August,when over two million wildebeest, zebra and other herbivores leave the arid plains of the Serengeti in search of food and water.


Hippo Point & Fort Jesus

  • Paying a visit to the legendary Hippo Point is a must for all nature lovers. Up at an elevation of around 6,200 feet above sea level, Hippo Point is tucked between Lake Oloidien and Lake Naivasha. While you are here, you can try to spot some of the 350 bird species that call this place home and encounter many of the 1,200 animals that reside here.  Hippo Point is also ideal for yoga sessions, swimming, or jogging with the zebras.

  • A visit to the majestic Fort Jesus will delight every history and architecture enthusiast visiting Kenya. There you can learn about the rich history of Mombasa city and marvel at the brilliant architectural design of the structure. You can also try to spot the design elements that are influenced by the European, African, Persian, Ottoman, and Arab cultures. Spend some time at the museum, which boasts an impressive collection of archaeological artifacts.

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