Attractions in Kenya
kenya is a safari hub and plays a crucial role in the tourism industry in East africa. We have major attractions including snow mountains, fresh and saline Lakes, the Great Rift Valley, Game Reserves, National Parks, Private Conservancies, hot springs, clean beaches, museums, forests (for birdwatchers ) and Snow mountains.
We have Mt. Kilimanjaro located at the border of kenya and Tanzania in Amboseli national park which has the best view of the mountain and perfect for photography.
Mt. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest free standing mountain in the world. The snow covers the mountain through out the year.
This mountain is located near the equator and is covered by snow all year round. Below it, is Mt. Kenya National Park.
We have lakes distributed in different locations in Kenya these are example;
Lake Victoria, Lake Naivasha, Lake Bogoria, Lake Baringo, Lake Turkana and Lake Magadi.
Great rift valley
This is a depression that runs from Israel through Kenya crossing one side of Africa to Beira in Mozambique entering the Indian ocean it covering 9000kms.
Game Reserves, National Parks, conservancies
In Kenya the Game Reserves, National Parks and Conservancies play a crucial role as an attraction and equally conservation zones. Some of them are Maasai Mara Game Reserve, Amboseli national park, Lake Nakuru national park, Mt. Kenya National Park, Samburu Game Reserve, Buffalo Spring Game Reserve, Shaba Game Reserve, Tsavo National park, and Shimba Hills National Park.
The Kenyan coast is very attractive for beach enthusiasts and often combined with safari to unwind.