Set in the heart of East Africa, Kenya is truly quite rare in its diversity. On one hand you have stunning white sandy beaches which are often frequented by the local beach sellers, on the other why not travel inland and visit one of the immense game reserves and come face to face with the big five. If snorkelling and scuba diving is on the agenda then you won’t be disappointed. The vast beds of coral and abundance of tropical fish make this the perfect place to practice this pastime. For the best of both worlds why not book a high quality hotel and twin it with a mini safari, a guaranteed way of making your holiday a truly unforgettable experience.
Things To Do
Kenya is truly a dream for those who love animals and live to explore. In 'Nairob' the wildlife trust is highly recommended, as well as the giraffe centre and the Karuru forest park. You could even visit the 'Turtle Watch' in Watamuar or the snake farm to get some interesting sights. Visit the crocodile farm and see these amazing creatures up close. If you feel really adventurous then book a safari and see the big 5 in their natural habitat as they should be. In Kenya, nature reserves are extremely popular, as well as its creeks. There are some beautiful places to go canoeing here too, allowing visitors to take in all of its beauty.
The cuisine in Kenya is out of this world, using blends of spices from across the globe to create scrumptious dishes. Its most favourited restaurants are very diverse, using a mix of fusion foods often served up in hotels and themed diners that make eating out here very exciting. You'll also find many fish bars, using tender fillets and freshly caught seafood to serve high quality meals. If you've chosen to go self catering here you'll get to try out something different and unique on each night of your stay.
6 months validity is required on a 10 year passport from the date of return. A departure tax is payable in either US Dollar or local currency. Check with Doctor for vaccinations.