Lake Turkana, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest alkaline lake in the world, and the largest lake of any kind in a desert. The area is inhospitable – but eerily beautiful – and the lake’s three islands are a stopover for migrant birds and a breeding site for crocodiles and hippos. Scenery, cultural visits and bird watching are the main attractions. There are big mammals in Sibiloi National Park on the shore of the lake, but this is not primarily a safari destination.
Peaceful, tropical, quasi-bohemian—and quite unspoiled by mass tourism: Lamu is a place like no other. It’s not a surprise that the best things to do on Lamu include long beach strolls, dhow sailing, and exploration of the old Swahili settlements—with their unique coral-stone townhouses.
Whether you are a birder, angler, cultural explorer, rock art and paleontology lover or an easy-going traveler, at Lake Victoria, there is something for everyone!
Named in honor of the ancestral inhabitants of the area, the Mara is home to the 8th wonder of the world and hosts the largest migration of wildlife on the planet.
Celebrating Kenya’s iconic landmark, the country’s highest peak, and the origin of the name Kenya. Mount Kenya National Park offers a distinct highlands safari in central Kenya to the adventurous African guest.
With a flawless, long stretch of white-sand beach hugged by lush mangrove forest and kissed by surfable waves, it’s no wonder Diani Beach is so popular with both local and foreign tourists.