Travel Tips

There are a lot of things to do in Kenya. Wildlife safaris is what the country is renowned for, however there are other tourist attractions in Kenya not to be missed. You can spend time relaxing on the Kenyan coast, a stretch of 536 kilometers of beautiful sandy beaches. With average ocean temperatures rarely dropping under 26°C the year-round conditions for swimming are excellent. During your stay, you can engage in water sports such as waterskiing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking, snorkeling, and dhow sailing. You can visit the marine parks to see beautiful sea creatures and colorful fish in their natural setting.

Visit Lamu, one of Kenya’s best kept secrets, an historical coastal town dating over one thousand years back, yet to date walking and donkeys are the only means of transport. The exotic tropical island has an ambience of medieval romance and it’s an ideal destination for honeymooners and holidaymakers seeking to escape the fast-paced modern existence.

Hells Gate National Park is one of the few areas in Kenya where visitors can track wild animals on their own two feet or cycle their way to explore the gorge and hot springs, climb rocks and do birding.

Sports: There are numerous sports available; golfing, cycling, swimming, skydiving, bungee jumping, ice-skating, volleyball and tennis. Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking in Tana River, the longest in the country.  Birding is also excellent while rafting through the valley.

Shopping: Popular items include traditional crafts, woodcarvings, Masai beaded necklaces, kiondos  – woven handbags made from sisal with leather trimmings, kikois, jewelry, and Kenya’s exceptional coffee.