Kenya Invites Nature Lovers for a Luxurious Experience
The land of nature
The place of unknowns
The beauty of lesser beings
The lighter and darker tones
Won’t you like to fly?
Desire is never a Stone!
If you know enough of Kenya, the lines will definitely strike you as if they are meant for this place only
and if not, then you can imagine what it will be like. Well-renowned for the way the country has
managed to preserve nature and its element, Kenya is a silent invitation to everyone who is seeking a
time with family away from cluttered city life. Kenya luxury holidays offer an opportunity to escape to
wonders of nature, even if it is meant for a small time. Some popular and others lesser known places
can make an excellent time of your tour. Have a look on the places you will regret missing.
Masai Mara: Everyone who had been to Kenya will tell you about the experience of flying in Hot Air
Balloon over this conservation park. Settled in 1961, it is attached to Tanzania from border. Beauty of
it is enhanced by Mara River that supports the wildlife as well a great contribution to its ecosystem.
Hippos and crocs will be commonplace on this part along with the animals that come here to quench
Sibiloi National Park: Its remoteness is its strength and hence makes Kenya safari holidays a fun.
For a park with natural sounds uninfluenced by the noises made by humans, this will be your best bet.
You would not have to go for Lake Turkana separately as this park is located on its north-eastern
shore. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is known for the discovery of fossils that have helped in the
study of extinct animals, etc. Named on Mount Sibiloi, the place is also a fun with its Koobi Fora
Lamu Island: Interest of Archaeology can be a draw along with the overpowering presence of artistic
taste that is preserved as it is. The Old Town of Lamu is also one of the many UNESCO World
Heritage Sites present in Kenya. The Swahili culture of the place is its unique feature. Luxury
adventure travel is best treasured in destinations like these.
The travel destinations and spots are one thing and the interest in the folk appeal of the place is just
another. Local dances of Kenya like Kamba, Chuka, taarab, Adamu and Luhya can be an addition to
your experience to the place that you may never forget. If you like, try dancing in their tunes and
rhythm. The more the memories, the better will be your holiday!