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TERRIFIC WILD ENCOUNTERS IN KENYA

A rich wildlife is definitely the most irresistible tourist lure for travellers flying to Kenya. But there is more to this colourful African nation than just lions and elephants! A holiday in Kenya brings you closer to some of the most intriguing cultures and traditions of the world. Gorgeous beaches and the snow-capped Mount Kenya are other key attractions of the country.

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Masai Mara
Nairobi
Amboseli
Taita Hills
Shimba Hills
Mombasa

Masai Mara

Situated in south-west Kenya, Masai Mara is one of the finest wildlife destinations in Africa. Every year, hundreds of thousands of nature lovers visit this fascinating park to enjoy its excellent scenery, adventurous safari, and interesting cultures of Masai tribes.

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Nairobi

Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya, has a rich history and is packed with interesting tourist attractions. While places like Nairobi National Museum depict the city’s eventful past, the world-famous Nairobi National Park is where you can explore the region’s famous wildlife.

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Amboseli

About 240 kilometres southeast of Nairobi, Amboseli National Park is a wonderful place to enjoy the rich African wildlife which includes the gigantic African elephant, Cape buffalo, Masai giraffe, impala, Masai lion, and spotted hyena. Also, the park offers spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro.

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Taita Hills

Taita Taveta County is around 200 km northwest of Mombasa, and is known for its dramatic landscape and beautiful sisal estates. Apart from an interesting culture and a laidback lifestyle, the place is famous for its unique biodiversity.

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Shimba Hills

Shimba Hills National Reserve, nearly 33kms from Mombasa, stuns everyone with its plant diversity; over half of the 159 rare plants in Kenya are found here. The reserve is also home to approximately 700 elephants, making it a great place to sight the giant animals in their natural habitats.

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Mombasa

Located on the east coast of Kenya, Mombasa is most popular for its white sand beaches. With pleasant year-round weather, the coastal city is a big hit with couples and nature lovers. Interesting historical attractions and an electrifying nightlife are other charms of Mombasa.

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