- 1Kenya40 reviews
Masai Mara is where your African safari fantasies come true. The big five, elephant, rhino, buffalo, leopard and lion all hang out here seemingly in the open just waiting for photogs to come snap their picture. You'll definitely spot zebras, giraffes, maybe a black rhino - ostrich, hyena, hippos for sure and cheetahs even if you're there at the right ...
- 2Kenya5 reviews
the best place to be in
- 3Kenya32 reviews
Sadly, this city is impoverished and its very obvious. Trash lines the streets, hungry children and the homeless roam around looking for their next meal. The city does have its better areas of town for the tourists, but it's a heartbreaking place. I hope that anyone who visits here comes not to indulge in luxuries, but to instead give back ...
- 4Kenya21 reviews
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- 6Kenya1 review
- 7Kenya9 reviews
Fantastic. Relaxed, interesting culture. Rent a dhow for a day and sail away...
- 8Kenya8 reviews
it an awesome place
- 9Kenya3 reviews
- 10Kenya8 reviews
Elephants quenching their thirst at the Ewaso Nyiro river was simply breath taking.
- 11Kenya1 review
- 12Kenya3 reviews
Beautifully located at the foot of Mount Kenya, and adjacent to Ol Pajeta conservancy. It is a great place to stop before launching into either. Due to the military camps there are a number of expats around and about. It also means the bars can get rowdy, and pick-pocketing is a real risk. However, it also hosts coffee shops like ...
- 13Kenya5 reviews
Its really fantastic, i got to see the Big five.
- 14Kenya6 reviews
small costal town away from hussle and bussle with nice beach
- 15Kenya4 reviews
For botanists and birders, this is a park you don't want to miss out on as it's a haven for several indigenous tree species, prolific birdlife as well as some endangered /rare animal species which include the forest hog,etc
- 17Kenya1 review
A mountainous land of waterfalls in the middle of Kenya. There are only a handful of lodges, and most do not provide much but a warm place to sleep, so bring your own supplies. Get advice before walking around because of the buffalo, and bring a camera for the epic waterfalls.
- 18Kenya1 review
This distinct habitats support not only many different species of wildlife but in particular, have become a sanctuary for the endangered Black and White Rhino that have been poached almost to extinction. It is also one of the last three remaining habitats of the Sitatunga, a swamp dwelling antelope.
- 19Kenya2 reviews
Amboseli National Park is also a world famous as the best park for one to get up close with the free ranging African Elephants. Visitors to this park have a rare chance to take spectacular photos of wildlife against Mt. Kilimanjaro.