Diani Beach is the leading tourist destination. It is located in the coast region of Kenya alongside the Indian Ocean in Kwale County. It is a lovely place with a breathtaking and natural environment. The beautiful hotels and villas deserve international attention. Diani food is excellent, and a visit to Diani is not complete without tasting the mahamri and an array of coconut spiced dishes.
2. LAKE NAKURU
Lake Nakuru is known for thousands, sometimes millions, of flamingoes nesting along the shore. The shallow surface sometimes is hard to recognize due to the continuous shift mass of pink. The number of flamingoes in the lake varies with water and food conditions. A large number of black rhinos are found in and on the shore of Lake Nakuru which makes it the best place of birding and wildlife viewing.
3. OL PEJETA
Ol Pejeta is situated between the foothills of Mount Kenya and the Aberdares. The Ol Pejeta in Kenya has over 10000 large mammals and it is the only park where the big 5 and chimpanzees can be seen. The place is known for great apes. It is also where the fastest-growing population of rhino in Africa can be found. Ol Pejeta is keen to educate as well and has an Environmental and Conservation Centre that welcomes more than 100 Kenyan schools through its doors annually. Visitors can also learn about local culture and traditions by meeting the people of Samburu, Turkana, Pokot, and Maasai.
4. MAASAI MARA
The Maasai mara is composed of several animals. The migration of wild beast takes place yearly. The big five are also found in Maasai mara together with the big cats. It is located in south-western Kenya along the Great riftvalley area in Narok County adjacent to Serengeti national park in Tanzania.
Lamu is a place like no other, peaceful and conducive environment. It is located in the coast region of Kenya in Lamu County. The famous places known in Lamu county are Lumu museum, Manda Island and Takwa ruins. Once you visit these places you have completed your tour to Lamu county.
These are just but a few of the beautiful sceneries that Kenya has to offer. Kenya encourages both local and international tourism. As the Swahili saying goes, “Jambo. Karibu Kenya”