Without further ado, let’s explore Matthew Keezers The five best destinations for a vacation in Kenya …
The Diani Beach
Diani Beach, one of Africa most beautiful beaches, located about 30 km south of Mombasa. Its brilliant white sand is lapped by the spectacular Indian Ocean and surrounded by verdant forests where you can take nature walks when you’ve had enough of sunbathing or kite surfing.
“Go on a snorkeling trip, swim with whale sharks, take a dhow boat at sunset – or just lie in a hammock with a good book,” says Matthew Keezer.
at 5,199 m² (17,057 feet), the highest mountain in Kenya is also the second highest in Africa, behind Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Mount Kenya is one of the most picturesque attractions in Kenya, with its rugged snow-capped peaks and glaciers on the upper slopes. Experienced climbers can hike the world’s highest via ferrata to one of the three peaks, Point Lenana, or climb the highest point, Batian Peak.
As Matthew Keezer indicates that Mount Kenya is not only something for experienced climbers, but also offers many other exciting and breathtaking hiking trails.
Lake Nakuru National Park
Lake Nakuru is one of the Rift Valley lakes and is home to a wide variety of bird species, including large flocks of flamingos. Around the lake you can see pelicans, cormorants, the African osprey, the Verreaux eagle, the Goliath heron and hammerhead – a must for all twitchers.
As Matthew Keezer points out that other nature lovers will not be disappointed as they can see black and white rhinos, Rothschild giraffes, lions and cheetahs throughout the national park
The Lamu Archipelago is one of Kenya most attractive destinations. Established as a Swahili port in 1370, the city of Lamu is a cultural melting pot with a rich past.
“Aside from amazing religious and historical sites, all travelers should experience the surrounding quiet and pristine beaches,” says Matthew Keezer.
Aberdare National Park in the cold highlands of Kenya Great Rift Valley, is one of Kenya most interesting travel destinations. The lush mountain landscape with valleys, rivers, waterfalls and forests is home to extremely rare species such as the black serval and the black leopard.
However, Matthew Keezer advises that for an even more unique experience, visitors should be on the lookout for the most elusive antelope in the country, the Eastern Bongo.
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