Things to do for Vegetarian in Kenya
- 41About 5kms in from the Matubio Gate1 review
If not the most epic waterfall in Kenya, easily one of them. There is one major waterfall at this site which you can look down over, and then there are two others crashing over cliffs in the distance. A very spectacular look out over some awesome falls.
- 42Just past Peponi's1 review
Rightfully referred to as one of the most epic beaches in Kenya. It is a rugged beauty that stretches untouched for over ten kilometers down Lamu Island's exposed Eastern Shore. It looks like a beach where pirates crossing the Indian ocean would have camped, as the dunes behind it keep it untamed. We were warned of past robberies on the ...Popular with
- 43Off Moi South Lake Road, Naivasha, Kenya1 review
This place is simply amazing. It is the sunken rim of a volcano which forms a crescent shaped peninsula off the main land. It can be accessed by foot or by boat, and has been deemed a Game Park, meaning animals are protected and there is an entrance fee (2,000ksh for non-residents; and 700ksh for residents). It literally feels like ...Popular with
- 44Magadi, Kenya1 review
The alkaline levels in this lake are so high that they are mined for commercial puposes. But the most amazing thing about this lake is the bird population mostly in the month January, it is possible to see over 1000 species. It is also possible to see the Chestnut-banded plover here on a regular basis
- 46Mokhtar Dahha Street, Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya1 review
- 48The Norfolk Hotel, Harry Thuku road1 review
It’s hard to fault Cin Cin’s ambience. It’s chic, plush and inviting – what with its lounge chairs and retro deco. Plus they have a wine cellar – yes, a real walk in wine cellar. We tried their Douglas Green Cinsault 2007. It’s great wine by all standards – fruity, full bodied and smooth.Popular with
- 50Lake Victoria1 review
Lawns hug the waterline, flowerbeds and rock gardens surround the camp. Enormous boulders sit at the water’s edge, a perch for cormorants or giant monitor lizards to sun themselves. If all you desire is to laze in the sunshine, each room has it’s own private veranda with sun beds. Or there are plenty of activities to keep you occupied. The ...Popular with
- 5115 km south of Likoni Ferry, Mombasa, Kenya1 review
Palm fronds fluttering overhead. White sugary sand underfoot. The warm aquamarine water of the Indian Ocean lapping at the shore. A laid back vibe and massage shacks on the beach. Tiwi beach goes down as easy as a cold brew of Tuska Beer.
- 53Kakamega, Kenya1 review
It was pouring when I was here, so most of my time was spent concentrating on getting our vehicle through, which was fun. I didn't get to enjoy the spectacular bird and primate life it is known for. I still enjoyed it. The forest was beautiful.Popular with
- 54Karen, Kenya1 review
It is certainly a mission to locate this place, even with all the posted signs. However, it is worth a visit, especially if you are in the market for some hand crafted glassware. Buying here gets you about a 30% discount rather than buying from the stores, and further it allows you to select from their array of imperfect creations ...
- 55Kitumbo Road, Mombasa, Kenya1 review
Just to Relax.
- 56Just call Nasir1 review
One thing you will likely need daily is a good water taxi to take you to all the sights. If you are just going between Lamu and Shela, you can jump on a public one for cheap, however, if you are going farther, you will need a guy like Nasir. During my time there he was punctual, friendly, and always ...Popular with
- 57Marsabit, Kenya1 review
It's a bit of a hike to get here but one through lovely scenery, villages, and pastoral land. Once you get to the crater, you are treated to an amazing view - and an amazing hat trick! (I'm not going to spoil the surprise.)Popular with
- 59In the Ol Pajeta Conservancy1 review
A small sanctuary in the Ole Pajeta Conservancy, housing Baraka the old rhino who's nature resembles Ferdinand the Bull. He has had a hard life, and is blind but is so tame you can feed and pet him. Quite an experience, and definitely recommended if you are in the area. Also dip into the little museum to learn more about ...
- 60Nairobi, Kenya1 review
An amazing option for a stroll through the woods in industrializing Nairobi. There is a small waterfall to check out, some shallow caves the Mau Mau used to hide in, and some other small lakes. The walking trails are good and marked for the most part, it feel very safe with families and joggers out on the trails, and it ...Popular with