So, here's a list of some of the best tourist places in Kenya that you shouldn't miss on your next trip to this jewel of Africa. Make sure that you do not forget to bring along your best travel buddies!
National Park Nairobi : The skyscrapers of Nairobi are visible from the park. Nairobi National Park boasts a large and varied wildlife population, considering its proximity to the city and the relative limited size of the park. During the dry season, migrant wildebeest and zebra gather in the park, and it is one of Kenya's most active sanctuaries of rhinoceroses.
Nairobi is Kenya's capital and largest city. It is one of Kenya's most popular tourist places, known for its legendary colonial past, extensive infrastructure, coffee and tea industries, and wildlife parks. This city should certainly be visited to catch a glimpse of Kenya's historical past, to peep into its vibrant history, to see its lively wildlife, and to witness its impressive contemporary art.
Malindi's : With its extensive coral reefs and lovely beaches, Malindi offers a very pleasant introduction to the coastal tourist attractions in Kenya. Surfing, snorkelling, deep-sea fishing, and other water sports are available. The Malindi Marine National Park is surrounded by clear water and very colourful fish, and has fine beaches. Malindi has a domestic airport and is served by a highway between Mombasa and Lamu.
Malindi is a popular resort town with two distinct faces in the region, adorning the Southeastern coast of Kenya. Its rich history is expressed in one quarter of the city, while the other half is a modern tourist hotspot. It is one of Kenya's most popular attractions, drawing visitors to explore its historical landmarks, pristine beaches, and vast corals.
Kenya Tour Itinerary
Kenya's Mount : Mount Kenya is the highest peak in Kenya and, after Kilimanjaro, the second-highest in Africa. The mountain offers a lovely sight. Its series of peaks are crowned by snow, and the forest covers its slopes. The high summit of 5199 metres (17,057 ft) is a challenging technical climb, but many lower peaks are a convenient destination for any fit trekker.
National Reserve Samburu : In Northern Kenya, Samburu National Reserve is a very quiet national park. Because of the Uaso Nyiro River that flows through it and the mixture of forest and grassland vegetation it attracts wildlife. All three big cats, the lion, the cheetah and the leopard, as well as elephants, buffaloes and hippos, can be found here. Significant numbers of Nile crocodiles are present in the Uaso Nyiro River.
National Park at Hell's Gate: A small park named after a narrow break in the cliffs, once a tributary of a prehistoric lake that fed early Humans in the Rift Valley is Hell's Gate National Park. Among Kenya's wildlife parks, it is special as you are allowed without a guide to walk or cycle. With steep cliffs, gorges and basalt columns, there's dramatic scenery. A large range of wildlife is present in the national park, but many are few in number. In the national park, a wide variety of wildlife is present, but many are few in number.
Island Lamu : Lamu Town has preserved all the charm and character built up over centuries, as the oldest living town in Kenya. On Lamu Island, there are no highways, only alleyways and footpaths, and so there are few motorised vehicles on the island. On foot or by sea, people travel around, and donkeys are used to transport goods and materials.
Travel back in time as you visit Lamu Island, the oldest inhabited settlement in Kenya. It is one of Kenya 's best places to visit to witness its rich commercial history that reflects a mix of British, Arabic, and Indian architectural styles through its age-old buildings. You will find that the city still relies on Dhows and donkeys to get from one place to another, walking past the streets of the city.
National Tsavo Park : Tsavo is Kenya's largest national park and one of the biggest in the world. The park has been split into Tsavo West and Tsavo East due to its size. With a rolling volcanic landscape, Tsavo West has stunning scenery, while Tsavo East has more open savannah than its western sibling. For people who want solitude and privacy as well as the opportunity to explore the wilderness, Tsavo National Park is the perfect destination in Kenya.
Nakuru lake : The abundance of algae in the lake attracts large numbers of lesser flamingos, often over a million at a time. Sometimes referred to as the greatest bird show on earth, the flamingos are one of the biggest attractions in Kenya. Sadly, due to environmental degradation and pollution, the number of flamingos on Lake Nakuru has been declining in recent years.
Places to visit in Kenya
National Park Amboseli : Amboseli National Park is a relatively small park situated at the foot of Africa's highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, close to the Tanzanian border. The park is well-known for being the best place to get close to free-ranging elephants in Africa. Other Amboseli National Park attractions include chances to meet the citizens of the Maasai and breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Adorned by the gigantic Mt. Kilimanjaro, Amboseli National Park is one of the best locations for wildlife enthusiasts to visit in Kenya. Visit this place to see majestic views of Africa's highest point, and witness huge herds of African elephants and a wide range of wildlife, including zebras, giraffes, cheetahs, and countless species of birds.
National Masai Mara Reserve : The National Reserve of Masai Mara is one of Kenya's top tourist attractions and the most popular game park in the world. Thousands of visitors come here each year to visit the Masai Mara National Reserve to observe the exceptional game population and the annual migration of zebra and wildebeest. From July to October every year, the "Great Migration" takes place as millions of wild beasts and zebras migrate from the Tanzanian Serengeti.
Maasai Mara is renowned for being one of the most spectacular game reserves, because of the local Maasais living here who take care of the land well and live here. From July to October, when animals such as zebra and wildebeest migrate to this area from the Serengeti, a unique site of migration can be seen in this region.
Mount Elgon : Mount Elgon, situated on the border of Uganda and Kenya, in the western part of the country, is an extinct shield volcano and the 8th highest mountain in the country. It is one of Kenya's most popular places to visit, attracting a large number of adventurous tourists who want to participate in challenging activities such as climbing, hiking, and trekking.
David Sheldrick Trust for Wildlife : Established in 1977, this charity for the protection of wildlife is among the most famous. This trust is known to assist the Kenya Wildlife services with funds by managing an orphanage that looks after rhinos and elephants. At this spot, an elephant can also be adopted at a minimum price of USD 50. So, are you ready to visit Kenya, Africa, one of the most serene places to visit yet?
Bay of Kiboko : If you're looking for a luxurious stay in the midst of Kenya's beautiful scenery, it's time to visit a special experience at Kiboko Bay resort. You can try hippo-spotting, boat tours, bird watching or just relax on the pristine beaches of this land with enough choices for the adventure-crazy folks.
Departing from Chennai airport.
Arrival to Nairobi.
Pick up from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi and drive to the hotel in Nairobi .
Refreshment & free and leisure
overnight stay at the hotel.
After meal in the morning.
Driven to Nyeri which is a small but fast growing town in the heart of the White Highlands of Kenya famous for coffee and dairy farming.
Lunch will be served at the hotel.
Evening will be spent watching a succession of animals come out from the forest.
Those interested can stay up all night long to watch the competition or ‘show’ as it is often called starring the wildlife.
Meals and overnight stay at the hotel.
Departing for the Nyahururu, also known as Thompson’s Falls, soon after breakfast.
Visiting the Rift Valley and Lake Nakuru National Park is sure to be a beautiful experience.
After having lunch at one of the hotels, it would be time for an exciting game drive and some bird watching.
From the White Pelicans, Egrets, Marabou Stork, Flamingos to the White Rhino and the extremely rare Rothschild Giraffe.
Overnight stay and dinner at a hotel in Naivasha follows.
After a delicious breakfast, Driven through the Rift Valley to the famous Masai Mara National Reserve which is famous not only for the great wildebeest migration but also for being the home of the Big 5: Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Buffalo, and Rhino.
The Mara Game Reserve is also considered one of the greatest wildernesses in the world and post your lunch, you would be taken for an authentic game drive experience.
The day ends with the overnight stay at the hotel in Mara.
Having been served breakfast, you’ll be proceeding to a game viewing drive where if you are lucky, you may see a 'kill' take place right there live in action!
After lunch, you’ll be going for another exciting game drive where you will have the opportunity to see the Big 5 animals.
This would be followed by an overnight stay at the Mara lodge or camp.
Delicious Breakfast at Hotel.
Check out & Hotel to Airport Transfer.
Departure for return flight.
What 's Included
3* / 4* / 5* Hotel Accommodation
(As per required)
English Speaking Guide *
(As per required)
Luxury & Comfort Vehicle Transfer for all sightseeing
Return Airport Transfer