Nairobi National Park
Nairobi National Park, about 7 km from Nairobi City, is the oldest national park in Kenya. The park boasts of the title: ‘the only national park in a country’s capital city in the world’.
The main attractions include a range of wildlife e.g. lion, cheetah, leopard, hyena, rhinoceros, antelopes, a diverse species of birds, the wildebeest and zebras (during their migrations in July and August), the Nairobi Safari Walk and the Ivory Burning Site Monument.
Nairobi City, Kenya
Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National Park is known as the home of elephants due to the large elephant herds in the landscape. From the park is a spectacular view of phenomenal Mount Kilimanjaro, just across the Kenya-Tanzania border.
Other wildlife in the park include zebras, giraffes, cheetahs and diverse bird species.
Kajiado County, Kenya
Wildlife and landscapes viewing
3 days, 2 nights from KES 12,000/person
Maasai Mara National Reserve
Also spelt Masai Mara, is one of the best tourism destinations in Kenya. This is due a host of reasons including the popular annual wildebeest migration.
Other animals traversing the vast grassy plains and gently undulating hills of the most popular park in Kenya include elephants, lions, cheetahs, zebras, hippos, a host of antelopes.
Narok County, Kenya
Game drive, wildebeest migration, hot air balloon
Kereita Forest Ziplining Thrill
Once a hideout for the Mau Mau fighters, Kereita Forest is now a serene forest tucked in the heart of the Aberdare Ranges, a few kilometers from Nairobi City, off Nairobi-Naivasha road.
The forest is home to a diversity of species, a calming waterfall, Mau Mau caves and a host of other wonders, providing a magical experience to adventurers and nature lovers. Among activities offered in the forest are ziplining, archery, paintballing, mountain biking, nature walk and so on.
Join us as we explore the rare magic and experience the adrenaline rush as we zipline over the lush canopy of Kereita at only KES 3,900!
Ziplining, Archery, Paintballing, Mountain Biking, Nature Walk
Mt Longonot, an extinct volcano approximated to have been active until 1860s, rises gradually from the floor of the Great Rift Valley to an altitude of 2780 m. At the peak is a crater rim that provides spectacular views across the sprawling Rift Valley to the magnificent Lake Naivasha in the horizon. On the floor of the crater is a lush green forest.
The trail, running from the entrance to the rim, is about 3 km; around the rim is 7, give or take, making the whole loop – from the entrance to the rim, around the rim, and back – approximately 13 km. Hiking the whole loop takes roughly 4 – 5 hours with necessary rests in between.
The mountain, under the management of Kenya Wildlife Service as part and parcel of the Mount Longonot National Park, is home to a variety of wildlife including the common zebra, buffalo, giraffe, eland, hartebeest, Grant’s gazelle, bushbuck, lion and leopard.