A country in Eastern Africa, Kenya is bordered by Ethiopia in the north, Somalia in the northeast, Tanzania in the south, Uganda in the west, and Sudan in the northwest. The Indian Ocean runs along the southeast border of the country. One of the world’s finest tourism destinations, Kenya is marveled for the amazing diversity of landscapes, wildlife and cultures that the country showcases. Flightshotelstours offers detailed guide on Kenya Tours.
Named after Mount Kenya – an iconic landmark mountain, Kenya is widely admired as the ‘Cradle of Humanity’. Africa’s original safari destination, Kenya is wild and a somewhat dangerous, but for the adventurous, Kenya Tours promise the world’s most outstanding wildlife parks, un spoilt beaches, beautiful coral reefs, magnificent mountains and ancient Swahili cities.
For centuries, Kenya has been attracting explorers, adventurers and travelers from all corners of the globe. A tour to Kenya will surely be the trip of a lifetime, with everything on offer here, from extensive savannahs to tropical beaches and coral reef, and from lush equatorial forests to lofty snow capped mountains – Kenya is a world on its own.
‘Safari’ – a Swahili word literally meaning journey, wouldn’t have had much significance for most people had it not been for the East African adventure land of Kenya. You might well be a Tarzan movies addict, but nothing will prepare you for the mass migration of wild beasts that takes place annually in the Masai Mara, as experienced on Kenya Tours.
The best season to embark on Kenya Tours is during January and February, because the weather remains hot and dry in Kenya at this time of the year, making it most pleasant for tourists. This season also marks the time when Kenya’s bird populace flocks to the Rift Valley lakes in huge numbers.
Kenya is renowned worldwide for being home to Africa’s famous “Big Five” (Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Leopard and Buffalo). Kenya is arguably the best place in entire African continent to witness these Five wild species from close quarters in their natural habitat.
But there’s more on offer on Kenya Tours than the “Big Five”. There’s an amazing variety of wild habitats, each one home to a unique range of species. Besides, the open savannah grasslands, dense forests, soda and freshwater lakes, alpine meadows, coral reefs, beaches, caves, river deltas and a lot others constitute the majot tourist attractions in Kenya.