Kenya

Visit Kenya

Kenya has been recording steady growth in the number of tourists that visit every year, and it has many things to thank for that! Its high-density wildlife, reserves and game parks, vibrant local culture, great food, and beautiful landscape all work together in attracting visitors to its shores. Think of valleys that extend forever and birds that sing heavenly songs, and a visualization of Kenya springs to mind.

The Great Rift Valley lakes, additionally, provide avenue for unparalleled bird-watching adventures. Kenya’s welcoming culture is yet another reason why so many tourists apply for extensions on their tours: because they simply can’t get enough of this splendid country.

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THE WILDEBEEST MIGRATION

With our help, you can embark on a safari to see Africa’s greatest wildebeest migration in action. You may have seen it on TV, but there’s nothing quite like experiencing it in real life. It’s a documentary in the real world, and the borders of your TV are endless here: millions of wildebeest, in almost a solid, moving block of black, make their way through the plains—eating and grazing on their way. You will find yourself astounded by the before and after scenes here, but don’t worry—this migration is an essential part of nature’s annual growth. Every year, the wildebeest come, grazing and massive, and every year, the grass blooms again, ready to welcome the herd of millions once more.

The only question is: when will you come see it for yourself?

The Great Rift Valley lakes, additionally, provide avenue for unparalleled bird-watching adventures. Kenya’s welcoming culture is yet another reason why so many tourists apply for extensions on their tours: because they simply can’t get enough of this splendid country.

FACTS YOU NEED TO KNOW

  • Country

Kenya

  • VISA Requirements

Yes, you need a VISA and a passport with 2 blank pages

  • Languages Spoken

Swahili, English

  • Currency

Kenyan shilling

  • Area

580,367 km²

KENYA’S BIG 5 GLORY

Kenya is one of the better-known countries on the African mainland, and it’s also one of the biggest—but there’s so much that’s missed about this marvelous cut of nature that tourists are often pleasantly surprised on their visits.

And the biggest surprise often awaits in the Big 5 that are so abundantly found in Kenya: Africa’s greatest animals—the lion, cape buffalo, elephant, rhino, and the leopard. With two big cats in the list, two of the planet’s heaviest mammals, and the most intriguing bovine anywhere on Earth, Kenya is packed with adventure—especially if you’re a wildlife lover. Observe these famed beasts in their natural habitat and take back home an experience no amount of documentaries on Nat Geo will give you: because this experience is real.

The only question is: when will you come see it for yourself?

The Great Rift Valley lakes, additionally, provide avenue for unparalleled bird-watching adventures. Kenya’s welcoming culture is yet another reason why so many tourists apply for extensions on their tours: because they simply can’t get enough of this splendid country.