Kenya is the perfect environment to know the cycle of life in its purest form through safaris.
WHAT TO DO IN KENYA?
Lake Nakuru attracts, not only flamingos, but also many other species of migratory birds, such as pelicans, thanks to the alkaline condition of its waters. This allows the Nakuru to form nutritious algae that serve as food for the birds.
Amboseli National Park
The Amboseli National Park is a very popular safari reserve in Kenya thanks to the stunning views of nearby Mount Kilimanjaro. The subterranean water that drains from the frozen summits of Kilimanjaro in the center of the park creates bogs that attract and give life to a great diversity of birds and wild animals.
The park abounds in buffaloes, zebras, giraffes, gazelles and other animals of the plain, and the open waters and swampy channels are populated by hippos. Elephants in the area are surprisingly calm in front of safari vehicles.
The Maasai occupy a large area throughout northern Tanzania and southern Kenya. In Kenya, the best area to meet them is Maasai Mara and Amboseli. The Maasai of Kenya and Tanzania are the same tribe, although due to the border and the interest of the governments in making them sedentary, some differences are appreciated in small details, as in their jewelry for example. When the Maasai of Tanzania use more white and red, those of Kenya use more striking combinations of colors.
Diani beach is the perfect place to end a trip to Kenya. Here, you can relax after the long hours spent in route during your safari through the legendary Masai Mara, the Amboseli National Park or those of Tsavo East and Tsavo West. In the shade of the coconut trees, lying on a white sand so fine and soft that it will seem to be on velvet, you will have time to relax.
Ruins of Gede
It is about what remains of a city hidden in the forests of Sokoke. They are formed by the remains of an enclave of Swahili culture. It is located in the town of Gede on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya.
The Shimba Hills National Reserve
It is now one of the largest areas of coastal forest in East Africa covering 24,000 hectares, it is known for its beautiful and lush green vegetation, its wooded landscape, its steep slopes and steep valleys
One of the main attractions is the impressive Sheldrick waterfall, which falls 25 m above the slope. There is a scenic trail of 2 km that takes up to an hour to travel. Take a hat, sun block and water to drink and stay tuned for the elephants.
MAP OF PLACES OF INTEREST
La Reserva Nacional Shimba Hills
Ruinas de Gede
Playa de Diani
Parque nacional de Amboseli