Kenya is a vacation destination for safaris and is home to some of the most incredible wildlife scenes in the world. Nonetheless, there is a lot more to do in Kenya than a safari, so don’t mistake it as a one-trick pony. Why not try some of these alternative suggestions?
This mountain is Africa’s second-highest but is far less known than Kilimanjaro. If you want a trek that is less crowded so you can enjoy the spectacular views, this is the climb for you. A guided trek will take 5 days from start to finish.
This beach has 17 km of white velvet-like sand and clear turquoise water. It’s great for a relaxing day but also hosts a range of outdoor sports. From skydiving to jetskiing, there is an activity for every thrill seeker.
Sail on a Traditional Dhow
In Lamu Island in northern Kenya, you can still find the impressive dhow, a sailing vessel from Swahili past. Take a sunset trip or a snorkeling tour to really experience this collection of islands in a traditional way.
Dance the Night Away
Kenya’s capital Nairobi boasts a trendy nightlife. You will find numerous bars, clubs and cocktail lounges to let your hair down and party all night.
Step back in time with a visit to this National Park. The active volcanoes and landscape set the scene of a prehistoric destination. You may not find dinosaurs but you can see the world’s largest group of Nile crocodiles.