Kampala & Nairobi
Uganda & Kenya

Tourist Attractions

Kenya is an East African country officially known as the Republic of Kenya, it’s the 48th largest country by total area in the world. Nairobi is the largest and the capital of Kenya. Kenya is bordered by Uganda in the western direction, in the south, there is Tanzania, in the east, there is Somalia, Ethiopia in the north, South Sudan in the northwest, and in Northeast Kenyan is bordered by the Indian ocean. Kenya is one of the leading tourist destinations on the African continent. A wildlife safari to Africa will never be complete when you have not visited the wildlife in Kenya. The country is blessed with a variety of wildlife attractions in its several national parks. A safari to Kenya alone offers a great opportunity to see the Big 5 on just one safari.

National Parks and Tourist attractions in Kenya

Lake Nakuru National Park

Its ecosystem mainly comprises the Lake that covers 27% of the park’s area and its vegetation consists of 550 plant species and unique woodland.

Masai mara Game Reserve

Maasai Mara National Reserve is an area of preserved savannah wilderness in southwestern Kenya, along the Tanzanian border.

Meru National Park

This protected is undeniably the remotest and rugged and interestingly, the least crowded offering visitors with untapped diversity of attractions.

Samburu National Park

The park is located in the Northern part of Mount Kenya and features among Kenya’s most stunning and rewarding protected areas that are worth including in your bucket list.