Kenya Overview Travel Guide
The mesmeric African country of Kenya, lying astride the Equator, is a dazzling cornucopia of natural things, teeming with wildlife, stunning mountains, bewitching beaches, ravishing rainforests, magnificent mountains, beckoning coral reefs and bustling culture and people. Nicknamed as the Land of the Lion King, Kenya not only lures people to its diverse animal life and national safaris, it is also a land of colors, of scenic beauty, of lakes and beaches and mountains - all packed into one small confinement.
A journey through this African country of Kenya reveals a plethora of natural beauties from the iconic Mount Kenya with its lush green landscapes and plethora of national reserves to the ravishing rainforests and alluring beaches of the Indian Ocean along the mountains. Wildlife being the chief attraction of Kenya, traveling through its numerous national parks and dense forests are sites which once captured; leave indelible impression on the minds. Whether it is the lions and leopards at play in the Masai Mara Reserve or the Tsavo National Park, or the kaleidoscopic cluster bird and marine life at the Marine National Park of Malindi - all go on to make Kenya a cosmos of wildlife in itself.
The Great Rift Valley sitting on the western arena of Kenya with its picturesque lakes and multitudinous species of gaudy birds and extensive farmlands sprawling around its vicinity is another magnificent sight to behold. A travel through this region takes us to the Hellís Gate National Park, another thrilling zone of adventure endowing its zealous visitors with opportunities galore - cycling, trekking and rock-climbing amidst the deep gorges and overhanging cliffs and spotting lions and leopards at places. The pristine pure beaches and the beautiful coral reefs on the eastern niche portray a romantic setting, while a travel guide glimpsing through the gay, colorful lives of the tribal people brings out the rich cultural aspect of Kenya.
A travel across the cities of Kenya unveils things which are no less enthralling. Going through the two major cities of Kenya- Nairobi, the capital city and Mombasa the second significant city of the country, you witness the mingling of cultures- of modern trends and traditional ethnicities. If you are enthusiastic about beholding the nightlife in Africa, these are the places to be, glimmering with neon lights, lively nightclubs and pulsating music.
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