5 Terrific Things To Do When You Visit Kenya

Regarded as one of the most diverse tourist destinations in Africa, Kenya has a lot to offer. Whether you are searching for that ultimate Africa wildlife safari experience , a cultural tour, hiking adventure or just want to relax on the white sandy ocean shore beaches , Kenya has it all and more at pocket friendly rates. Majority of tourists love to visit Kenya for game drives through the national parks but there is much more to this country than wildlife.

Nairobi Car Rental Services specializes in organizing self drive and guided safaris in Kenya for all types of travelers and we present to you some activities you can not miss out on doing when on holiday in Kenya.

1- Hike Mount Kenya

Standing at up to 5199 meters, Mount Kenya is the tallest mountain in Kenya and second highest in Africa after Tanzania’a mighty Kilimanjaro. Mt Kenya offers a better and cheaper hiking tour compared to the ever crowded Kilmanjaro. The hiking tour to the summit last about 5 to 6 days with 4 to 5 overnights on the mountain.

2- Witness the infamous Great Migration

Each year thousands of wildebeests along with gazelles & zebras journey from the Serengeti plains to Maasai mara in search of new pastures and fresh water, a spectacle that has come to be known as the Great Wildebeest Migration ; the world’s largest animal migration. This event occurs between July to October every year so if you stand a chance of witness the great migration, you have to book a safari between those months

3- Hit the Diani Beach

Situated on the shores of the Indian Ocean is the Diani beach, Kenya’s most popular white-sand beach regularly visited by foreigners looking to unwind and relax in the sun. Apart from swimming , Diani beach also offers a variety of other exciting outdoor sports including snorkeling , jetskiing, kite surfing to mention but a few

4 – Visit the David Sheldrick Wilflife Trust

The Shedrick Wildlife Trust is one of the pioneering wildlife and habitat conservation orgagnizations in East Africa started as early as 1977 by Dr Dame Daphne Sheldrick in memory of her late husband. The Sheldrick Trust Fund is a home to orphaned elephants which are rescued from poachers and taken in for rehabilitation. You can adopt and foster an elephant and or donate to the wildlife trust fund.

5- Explore the Maasai Mara

Arguably Kenya’s most popular and visited national park, The Maasai mara is truly a wildlife gem renowned for it’s huge population of lions, Leopards, Bush elephants and of course the park hosts the Great Migration which inducted it into the 7 Natural Wonders of Africa plus 10 Wonders of The World , truly a great achievment. A guided game rive in 4×4 safari car is the best way to explore and encounter as many mammals and birds as possible and a visit to the the homesteads of the Maasai people is a rewarding experience as well, lean about their way of life and history.

There are plenty of other things to do when on holiday in Kenya but the above 5 are must-not-miss package. To book a safari in Kenya for chance to do the above 5 activities, simply contact us now by sending an email to info@nairobicarrentalservices.com.

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