Kenya is home to an array of year-round wildlife viewing opportunities at its 40 parks and game reserves. Kenya’s landscape varies from coastline to mountain, and a safari in Kenya can include day and night game drives, hot air ballooning, walking safaris, and even horseback and camelback exploration!
Major Attractions in Kenya
Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Orphanage
The Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Orphanage is located just outside the city of Nairobii, and provides visitors the opportunity to see baby elephants up close. The Orphanage is devoted to conservation and education, and a visit will help support the Trust’s mission.
Lake Turkana is the largest desert lake in the world, and the lake and its surrounding national parks are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The lake is a popular destination for travelers looking for hiking, fishing, and camping, and water sport activities.
The Maasai Mara
The open savanna of the Maasai Mara is home to large populations of lions, leopards, and cheetahs, and is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.