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Kenya Safari Tours, Kenya Safaris, Kenya Wildlife safaris trips
Kenya Safari Tours, Kenya Safaris, Kenya Wildlife safaris trips, Kenya Holiday Tours. We offer Customized private & group wildlife safaris in Kenya, culture tours in Rwanda, mountain climbing & birding safaris in Kenya.
Kenya Safari Tours
Kenya Safari Tours / a safari to Kenya give (s) way to this magical Africa that has been for decades known world over for its range of wildlife especially in the famous Maasai Mara National Reserve where the countless animals have thrived with the Maasai pastoralists from time memorial.
Standing with a count of 19 National Parks along with Game Reserves, the destination Kenya has flourishing tourism industry ranking in the second position after coffee in terms of foreign exchange generation. The popular parks and reserves in Kenya include among others; Maasai Mara Game Reserve, Amboseli National Park in the back yard of the Africa’s tallest Kilimanjaro Mountains boasting of its free ranging elephants, Samburu, Sweet waters conservancy – the only home of Chimpanzees in Kenya, Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks notoriously known for the man eating lions which terrorised the Indian Coolies during the construction of the Uganda Railway.
Besides the National Parks and Reserves, Other Kenya Safari tour attractions include; the Great Rift Valley, Mosques and Fort Jesus at Mombasa, the extensive Coffee plantations at Thika, beaches of Indian Ocean, Mount Kenya which is second tallest in Africa, dense forest of Kakamega and the views of Kilimanjaro Mountain just across the Tanzanian border. As a result of this diversity, major forms of tourism including wildlife safari tours, eco tourism, sports tourism, beach tourism, culture and heritage tourism are all possible in Kenya.
The capital of the destination Kenya is in Nairobi and the world’s main latitude – the Equator crosses the country and the city in particular. Kenya is a large state stretching to 581,309km2 in terms of size ranking at the 47th country in the world.
The destination Kenya cannot be better described without talking of the annual Wildebeest Migration where more than million Wildebeest cross the crocodile infested Mara River accompanied by hundreds of thousands of Zebras and Thompson Gazelles between Tanzania’s Serengeti and Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Parks – acycle that has been passed on to generations and generations of these species becoming a natural wonder of the world.