Top Must
See & Dos In
KENYA

©David Lloyd

MUST DO

Go on Safari

Kenya is abundant in game parks, reserves and other wildlife protection areas. Watch the wonders of wildebeest migrating through the Maasai Mara, explore the wilderness on a camel or even survey the great plains of the Mara on a hot air balloon.

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Water Sports

For absolute exhilaration, Kenya’s wild rivers, lakes and the expansive Indian Ocean offer you the perfect opportunity for both motorised and non-motorised water sports.

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Active Travel

Challenge yourself to the top of Mount Kenya, paraglide in the Kerio Valley or bike through the forested slopes of Mount Longonot.

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Culture & Heritage

Immerse yourself in culture in Magical Kenya. Kenya is home to 42 different tribes, each with their own language and different customs. Visit a local village on your next visit, learn about the Maasai way of life or experience urban culture in Kenya’s bustling cities of Nairobi and Mombasa.

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©Eric Lafforgue

Events & Festivals

Kenya is home to some vibrant and eclectic festivals. From the annual Maralal camel derby in a remote part of Kenya’s northern wilderness to the Lamu Cultural Festival in this unspoilt area of Kenya’s coast, there is always something to see and do on your next trip.

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Go on a Safari

Kenya is abundant in game parks, reserves and other wildlife protection areas. Watch the wonders of wildebeest, migrating through the Maasai Mara, explore the wilderness on a camel or even overlook the great plains of Mara on a hot air balloon.

Find Out More

©Eric Lafforgue

Water Sports

For absolute exhilaration, Kenya’s wild rivers, lakes and the expansive Indian Ocean offer you the perfect opportunity for both motorized and non-motorized water sports.

Find Out More

Active Travel

Challenge yourself to the top of Mount Kenya, paraglide on the Kerio Valley or bike through the escapades of Mount Longonot. With Kenya’s amazing landscapes, there’s a range of outdoor activities that’s just right for you.

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©Kenya Tourism Board

Culture & Heritage

Make Kenya the excuse for your next cultural tour destination. Kenya is home to 42 different, unique cultures. You could choose to stay in the villages and experience untainted traditional ways of life or experience urban culture in Kenya’s cities.

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Events & Festivals

The merry characteristics of Kenyans can simply be described as jolly. Kenyans love to celebrate and have fun. Kenyan festivals feature our vibrant culture, our heritage and most importantly our pride.

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©Eric Lafforgue

MUST SEE

Traditional Rock Art

Africa has the greatest diversity of rock art of any continent on earth. Rock art in Africa goes back tens of thousands of years; the oldest abstract engravings have been scientifically dated 77,000 years old, making them the oldest rock art in the world.

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©David Lloyd

Museums and Monuments

The doorway to Kenya’s history and origin is in the museums and monuments. With exhibits dating back to the prehistoric era, you can connect to the magical story of Kenya’s past.

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World Heritage Sites

Kenya is proud to be home to 6 unique UNESCO World Heritage sites. Clustered in different categories, these sites have been identified precisely because of their cultural, historical, natural and archaeological value.

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Marine Parks

Explore the fascinating underwater world in one of Kenya’s marine parks, established to protect the rich and plentiful aquatic life you can see in Kenya’s turquoise Indian Ocean waters.

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Attractions

From ancient Fort Jesus on the island city of Mombasa to wildlife sanctuaries in the capital, these are many attractions in Kenya, perfect for a day trip away from the beach or as part of an extended stopover in the Capital enroute to a national park.

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Traditional Rock Art

Africa has the greatest diversity of rock art of any continent on earth. Rock art in Africa goes back tens of thousands of years; the oldest abstract engravings have been scientifically dated 77,000 years old, making them the oldest rock art in the world.

Find Out More

Museums and Monuments

The doorway to Kenya’s history and origin is in the museums and monuments. With exhibits dating back to the prehistoric era, you can connect to the magical story of Kenya’s past.

Find Out More

World Heritage Sites

Kenya is proud to be home to 6 unique UNESCO World Heritage sites. Clustered in different categories, these sites have been identified precisely because of their cultural, historical, natural and archaeological value.

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Marine Parks

There is no natural world that can be more serene and bubbling with life than the world under sea. Marine parks in Kenya have been established at the Coastal Kenya to protect the rich aquatic life abound in the Kenyan waters.

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©Local Ocean Conservation

Popular Sites

There are places in Kenya that you cannot afford to go back home without visiting and are loved because of the interesting story behind their existence or the noble course that go on in these places that make them popular.

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