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What to see in Kenya?

Updated: Oct 16, 2023

Why travel with Eyes on Africa Safaris:

We have been experienced ground-tour operators since 2000.

As a family-run business, we plan out our client's safaris to be unforgettable.

What smaller companies have to offer:

Going on safari and exploring Africa is what we love.

As we are recognised as a smaller establishment, we have accomplished a friendly and caring working space. We make connections and communicate at all times, to make our clients happy. Our goal is to perfect details and allow clients to explore all the hidden corners of Kenya and Tanzania.

What Kenya has to offer in tourism:

Kenya has to offer some of the finest scenery in East Africa. It is the world's gem of nature and wildlife, as only a few countries still exist with so much to offer.

Places to visit in Kenya:

1. Masai Mara

World famous for hosting the epic Great Migration, the Masai Mara welcomes 1,5 million wildebeests onto its sprawling savannahs each July through October. The Masai Mara National Reserve and conservancies are brimming with life and offer safari travellers a wide variety of activities to choose from.

2. Amboseli

It’s known for its large elephant herds and views of immense Mount Kilimanjaro, across the border in Tanzania. Observation Hill offers panoramas of the peak and the park’s plains and swamps. Varied wildlife includes giraffes, zebras, cheetahs and hundreds of bird species. The vast Lake Amboseli dominates the western section, which is dry outside the rainy season.

3. Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha is famous for its high population of hippos and flamingos. There are over 1,500 hippos in the area, and you are almost guaranteed to see one. The lake is a birder's paradise as it is home to over 400 bird species.

4. Lake Nakuru

Lake Nakuru is a lake in west-central Kenya. It is one of the saline lakes of the lake system lying in the Great Rift Valley of eastern Africa. Primarily known for its many species of birds, including vast numbers of pink flamingos, Lake Nakuru also has waterbucks, impalas, and hippopotamuses.

5. Lamu island

Lamu Old Town is the oldest and best-preserved Swahili settlement in East Africa, retaining its traditional functions. Built-in coral stone and mangrove timber, the town is characterized by the simplicity of structural forms enriched by such features as inner courtyards, verandas, and elaborately carved wooden doors. The surroundings of Lamu are cristal white beaches, blue waters and sand dunes to explore.

6. Tsavo

Kenya's biggest, yet most underdeveloped national park, Tsavo is bisected by the main Nairobi-Mombasa highway. Wild, uncrowded and authentic, Tsavo is famous for its red elephants. Tsavo National Park is easily combined with Amboseli and coastal Kenya for an unforgettable bush and beach safari experience.

7. Diani beach

Diani Beach is one of the greatest water sports destinations in East Africa. Kayaking, jet-skiing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddleboarding and scuba-diving are all possible - whatever your pace or skill level, you'll find something to experience at Diani.

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