Kenya sure packs a lot in: mountains and deserts, colourful tribal culture, beaches and coral reefs, and some of Africa’s best wildlife attractions. In fact, to say Kenya is Africa in microcosm would not be stretching the point. There are a million different reasons to come here, and picking just one is nigh impossible. Stunning landscapes set the scene, from Kakamega’s rainforests to Indian Ocean beaches by way of Mt Kenya National Park; the rolling grasslands of the Masai Mara to searing deserts on the shores of the Jade Sea; with The Rift Valley, home to Hell's Gate National Park, cleaving a massive gash through it all.
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Wildlife in Kenya
Straddling the equator and covering an area of some 583,000 sq km, including around 13,600 sq km of Lake Victoria, Kenya is undeniably beautiful. Oh yes is she beautiful! The country, which is bordered to the north by Ethiopia and Sudan, to the east by the Indian Ocean and the deserts of Somalia, to the west by Uganda and Lake Victoria, and to the south by Tanzania, contains almost every possible landscape. There are golden deserts of epic expanse, jungles of creepy-crawlies, snowman-friendly ice-caps, sultry beaches lapped by warm waters full of fish far too pretty to eat, farmers’ fantasy agricultural land, lush lakes and, of course, the undulating savannas of safari legend. Whatever you want this beauty’s got it.
Places to visit
Masai Mara, Aberdare National park, Samburu Game resrve, Mount Kenya, Lake Nakuru,Lake Naivasha, Sweetwaters Game reserve,
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