Kenya is one of the world’s stellar safari destinations with a succession of entertaining scenery to lay eyes on. Situated in the eastern space of Africa, the country is differentiated by breathtaking tableau, impressive wildlife, and vibrant culture. As a first-time traveler to Kenya for a safari tour, set yourself up for a lifetime adventure that you have only witnessed on television. The Kenya parcel rises from the low-level coastal plain on the Indian Ocean to highlands and mountains at the center. West of its capital Nairobi, the land cascades down 6,400km down to the Great Rift Valley. On the inside of this valley, north of the Kenyan desert are the green waters of the famous Lake Turkana.
THINGS TO DO IN KENYA FOR FIRST-TIMERS
The continuous savannah plains of the Kenyan terrain are filled with a mixed bag of wildlife creatures. 23 National parks, 4 National Marine Parks, 28 National reserves, 6 National Marine reserves, and 4 National Sanctuaries, have been set up by the Kenyan government to inhabit the various animal types. On your Kenya tour, you are assured of sole game viewing from the ‘big five’ – Lion, elephant, leopard, rhinoceros, and buffalos to a range of bird species and other wild animals. One striking event you will scarcely miss is what is the world cup of the Maasai Mara National Reserve, ‘The Great Migration’.
As a first-timer to Kenya, you are uncorking amazing possibilities – the society, terrain, food, music and wildlife. Kenya has lots of safari parks with top-quality game viewing of animals in their natural habitat. Here are some of the synergies to dofor your first time safari.
One fact for most tourists go to Kenya is to visit one or more of the many safari parks located there. The goal is to get a glanceat some of the wild animals such as the Big Five which includes Lion, Rhino, Buffalo, Leopard, and Elephant. Even though safari can be costly, it is always a fulfilling experience watching African animals in their natural space. The superb thing about a safari in Kenya is that the itinerary provides for solo, couple, and family safari holidays. so, whatever you choose, you will be accommodated. Some of Kenya’s renowned parks are Tsavo East Park, Amboseli National Park, Lake Nakuru, and Masai Mara National Reserve.
EXHAUST TIME IN THE MAASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE
Known as the finest game in Kenya, Maasai Mara National Reserve is astimulating wildlife destination. Maasai Mara is distinguished by riverine woodlands and rolling green plains. The park is host to a striking array of wildlife and is also renowned for the wildebeest Migration. Here at the Maasai Mara National Reserve, you can also find a plethora of Elephants, Lions, Giraffes, a variety of Gazelle’s species and Zebras. On your Kenya Family Safari, you can savor a game drive around this park and see these breathtaking animals.
EXPLORE AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK
Situated in South of Kenya, at the border of Tanzania, Amboseli National Park is known for the huge herds of elephants gallivanting around the park;there is also a big possibility of sighting the big five on your game drive. You can even catch a glimpse of Mount Kilimanjaro when the sky is clear.
ENJOY AN ESCAPADE AT LAKE NAKURU
Lake Nakuru National Park is a preserved sanctuary and home to the endangered white and black rhinos among other animals like leopards and lions. Also, Lake Nakuru is a knee-deep soda lake with a high density of Flamingos and over 460 species of bird life.
LAKE NAIVASHA BOAT RIDE
Set out on a boat ride on Lake Naivasha on your Kenya family safari. You and your family can ride on the glinting surface, looking out for hippos and other aquatic creatures on the edge of the lake.
WITNESS THE MIGRATION OF WILDEBEEST
This is one of the most mesmerizing occurrence you should look out for on your Kenya Safari holiday. This yearly migration of over two million wildebeest alongside Zebras and Thomson’s gazelles searching for better pastures. This extra ordinary phenomenon is known as one of the few land movements which remainin its entirety on the planet today.
HANGOUT ON THE EAST AFRICAN COAST
On your Kenya family safari, you and your loved ones can hangout out on the East African Indian Ocean coast line and bask on a beach holiday. Magnetised by pristine white sandy beaches, oscillating palm trees, and a myriad of beach sports activities for you and your loved ones. The Kenyan coast comprises Malindi, Diani, Kilifi, Lamu, Watamuand Mombasa.
CONCLUSION Kenya is a celebrated world-class tourist destination with lots of breathtaking sites and sounds. The unparalleled landscape, stunning safari parks, eminent mountains, beaches, history, food, and people make Kenya stand out as a destination. A perfect location for a family safari or as a solo backpacker. Regardless of your travel needs, Kenya has something for everyone.