Things to do in Kenya
Art, culture, tradition and natural wildlife are plentiful in this African destination. For nature and animal lovers, deciding what to do to in Kenya is an exciting task, as so many activities are available.
Consider a visit to the Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Center, a non-profit organization and take a look at its workshops and showroom, where you can buy jewelry, carvings, clothes and other crafts. Mount Kenya, Africa’s second-highest mountain, is both a UNESCO World-Heritage site and a UNESCO Biosphere, and an amazing sight to see. Hell's Gate National Park allows visitors to walk or cycle through without a guide. If you’re into rock climbing, the park is full of cliffs and basalt columns. Check out Fischer’s Tower, one of the park’s popular rock-climbing sites.
Lamu Island’s Lamu Town is the oldest inhabited spot in Kenya. It is a part of the Swahili culture that once dominated the coast. At Tsavo National Park, the western side is more popular from its gorgeous scenery and better roads. The world-renowned Masai Mara National Reserve is made up of grasslands full of African wildlife. It’s an extension of the Serengeti in Tanzania. See Wildebeest, zebras, black rhinos, elephants, and Masai giraffes. Watch out for predators as well, with cheetahs, leopards, and the biggest population of lion in the world.