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KENYA, AFRICA’S LEADING TOURIST DESTINATION
Kenya has many tourist attractions ranging from the sandy beaches at the coast, diverse flora and fauna, game parks, cultural heritage, scenic landscapes just to name but a few. The Nairobi National Park is within the boundaries of the City of Nairobi. Also close by is the popular Giraffe Centre where visitors can watch and even feed the giraffes. Other attractions include the National museum, Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru, Hells gate, Tsavo East and West National park to mention but a few. The country’s notable tourist attraction is the annual Wildebeest Migration at the Maasai Mara. It is a sight to behold and has been dubbed the 7th Wonder of the World.
Kenya is world renowned as the safari destination and is home to the twin migration of the Humpback whales and Wildebeests. The destination has been voted and awarded the world’s leading safari destination and recently been named Africa’s leading tourist destination by the Oscars of the travel industry; World Travel Awards (WTA).
Kenya’s magic is embedded everywhere you look, from wandering majestic elephants to its breathtaking Mountains, Forests and secluded waterfalls. The land is diverse, offering desert patches alongside snow-capped mountains, valleys and volcanoes, with beautiful beaches whose dark blue waters are home to colourful coral reefs.
Riding the equator along the eastern coast of Africa, the country is famous for its safaris, offering unparalleled opportunities to see nature’s wildest creatures in their beautiful natural habitats. Travels with guides to game reserves and national parks put you within metres of some of the world’s most fascinating animals. Out in the open fields, you’ll see impressive creatures in their natural habitats. The “Big Five”—lions, elephants, rhinos, leopards and buffalo—can all be spotted at various National Parks and Reserves in Kenya