6 Reasons to Make Safari Trips to Kenya Planning a trip to Africa but undecided on where to visit? Looking for a family-friendly location with something for everybody? Well, there’s no place like Kenya. Here are 6 amazing reasons to make safari trips to Kenya. Welcoming people Some of the world’s friendliest people are found in Kenya, and you’ll feel at home as soon as you arrive at the airport. You’ll meet lots of jovial people willing to help you move around, and the term “Jambo” will be used a lot around you.
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Like the people, Kenyan’s weather is just as amazing. Lying on the equator, Kenya has fairly constant temperature throughout the year. You don’t need to put on a jacket even in cold months unless you’re planning to climb Mount Kenya. Natural beauty From the Great Rift Valley with hot springs and extinct volcanoes to snow-capped mountains, Kenya has an amazing natural beauty that’s particularly spectacular. Inland, you’ll see untouched forests, arid deserts and vast savannas and plains. Along the coast, you’ll meet breathtaking sandy beaches and have access to marvelous coral reefs. Whether you decide to relax in the warm tropical sun, climb Mount Kenya, or swim in the blue warm Indian Ocean, you’ll see an unrivaled variety of splendor wherever you go. You can have a tour to meet the “Big Five” wild animals, or simply enjoy the lifestyle, culture and history of our people. There’s something for everybody in Kenya. Adventure and fun If you love fun and adventure, Kenya is where you need to be with its countless locations and activities that guarantee unbridled fun. It’s the world’s hub for active adventure holidays and animal safaris. You can enjoy bird watching, wildlife safaris, mountain climbing, mountain biking, hiking, fishing, scuba diving, water skiing, hot air ballooning, kayaking, canoeing, windsurfing, golfing, horseback riding, snorkeling, sailing, and many other exciting activities. The best wild animals The whole of Africa is quite blessed, but to see some of the best wildlife and game drives you need to make your way to Kenya. She has the gorgeous Maasai Mara and plenty of magnificent parks where animals can be easily spotted. The “Big 5” wild animals are the real deal for most people, but for genuine wildlife enthusiasts, all kinds of animals and birds can be easily seen. Wonderful food and accommodation Nearly all the accommodation facilities are family-oriented, and options abound including exclusive tented camps and luxury lodges. Comfort is normally the priority in room design and there are safari tents placed far apart for privacy. With great cooks and a wide array of ethnic food, including the popular ugali and nyama choma, the amazing variety of buffets in most restaurants leaves you absolutely spoilt for choice.