Kenya Safari Tour Guide
Kenya is not simply made up of different landscapes but also has varied cultures that make it completely stunning and varied. going further south is the the great Rift Valley in which remains of early man where discovered together with a desert. There are a number of beautiful Lakes, including Lake Victoria in western Kenya, and Lake Naivasha and many others. Kenya is home to the second highest mountain in Africa – Mt. Kenya. There are twenty National Parks as well as Game Reserves crowded with Africa’s legendary “Big Five” including Rhinoceros, Elephants, Cape Buffaloes, Leopards as well as Lions.
In addition, the beautiful Coast offers beautiful views and the gorgeous white sand, clear ocean waters, in addition to the unique Swahili culture which is an excellent mixture of Arab and Bantu influence. Along with the amazing scenery plus countless travel options amidst the friendly local people, taking a holiday into Kenya will be an excellent choice. Enjoy the tasty Fresh sea food delivered at your doorsteps by the local fishermen every morning especially along the coastal areas. The coastal Cottages offer a breathtaking scenery and closer intimacy to Mother Nature. Kenya is a true paradise and due to that we advise that those going on beach holidays must book their accommodation earlier.
Turkana District in northwest Kenya is a huge isolated hot and arid place mainly inhabited by goat keepers as well as outlaws. Lodwar, comparable to “Dodge City” in the historical American West, has the essential needs of life, including Internet-shops as well as semi-reliable electric power supply. In the north east is an outpost Lokichoggio which is a UN base for refugee camps with more than 30,000 people. The terrain is rugged and the roads are extremely challenging.
The bedt places to start your Kenya Safari holiday is in Nairobi City ass well as Mombasa large city of Kenya’s southern coast. These two cities are served by numerous flights coming from different countries and they posses a great tourist infrastructure.
The great Maasai Mara National Game Reserve that is connected to Tanzania’s legendary Serengeti National Park receives several tourists, and offers numerous tourist opportunities including African wildlife. Kenya offers various amazing accommodation options that cater for all types of budgets which will you enjoy during your holiday.
This park acquired its name from a Masaai world meaning “a place of water”. The park is located on an area of 392 sq km. it is also 135 km from Nairobi town. At times this park is dry and dusty.