A very short list of what to see.
Masai Mara: Chosen as one of the wonders of the world, is perhaps the most famous park in Africa, mara is Africa in it’s purest state. A stretch of about 200 square miles will unveil a wonderful animal life, marvellous woodlands and the mara river that will always be a pleasant surprise to most. Mara is the northern region of serengeti and offers you a fabulous chance to see almost everything within one park including the annual immigration. Read more…
Lake Nakuru National Park. Depicted in hundreds of documentaries, this is home to the beautiful flamencos. They are always in plenty and give the lake a characteristic colour as they feed in the lake. You will also spot other animals like baboons, Thompson and Grant´s gazelle, colobus monkey, hyrax, hippos, leopards, lions, rhinos, waterbucks, impala and the endangered Rothschild´s giraffe. If you are lucky you will spot a flight of the flamingoes that will immediately form a pink mantle in the sky. Lake Nakuru national park is also the first Kenya´s rhino sanctuary. Read more…..
Lamu. A stunning beauty awaits you in the northern coast of Kenya. Lamu, features some of the most exclusive white sand beaches that most souls will not resist, Lamu is history in itself and everything in Lamu marks a difference, walk through its streets and its markets as you spend a holiday in a very relaxed atmosphere. never forget to have a closer look at the dhows. Lamu has a lot to offer, it is the past but in the present. Read more….
Gedi Ruins. Towards the north of Mombasa the ruins will be found within the Arabuko Sokoke forets, and unveils an outstanding beauty butterflies, birds, or monkeys in the forest and not forgetting the Gedi Ruins. Read more …..
Amboseli National Park. If you can refer from the most important national parks section, you will recognise that this is where you will possibly watch the largest herds of elephants, other animals will include impalas, zebras and more. Read more…..