Kenyan Safari Parks Holidays tells you the best places to visit in this beautiful region of kenya with maps, pictures and resort reviews. Find out which Kenyan Safari Parks resorts to stay at for your holiday and day tours to visit the best scenic attractions in Kenya.
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Nairobi is known as the safari capital of the world – indeed, there's a National Park practically in the city. If you want to see African game, then inland Kenya is one of the best places you can visit. The Masai Mara is one of the most famous game reserves on the planet, although there are numerous other national parks dotted around the Kenyan interior. Out in the bush, you’ll love having sundowners in the African evenings and listening to the sounds of the African wild, before getting up early for a daybreak safari ride – catch up on your sleep during the day! In the urban jungle, things can work in reverse – you sightsee in the cool of the afternoon and then party in Nairobi's night spots until the early hours.
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If you want to see animals, then there are plenty in and around Nairobi. The Nairobi National Park has hippos, lions, cheetahs and numerous antelopes and wildebeests. There's also an elephant orphanage, a giraffe centre, and another national park where you have a good chance of seeing buffalo. If you want to take a break from the animals, then there's white water rafting nearby, or you can see some of Nairobi's museums or go drinking at Westlands, Nairobi's hippest night spot. In the Masai Mara, safaris are the order of the day – with any luck, you'll see the Big Five, but if not, there are various antelopes, warthogs and other creatures to behold. You can also visit a Masai homestead, do a balloon safari or stay in a luxurious lodge which will let you combine game viewing with spa treatments.
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As well as the Masai Mara, there are numerous other game reserves. Aberdare National Park is in the famous Rift Valley, and is a good place to see big game as well as numerous species of birds. Some Kenyan country clubs and hotels have very good golf courses, and you may also be able to try pony trekking and a range of other activities. If you want to visit the beaches and are planning a stay near Mombasa, then the Tsvaro National Park is a very good stopping-off point. If you're into bird watching, then you should definitely visit Lake Nakuru National Park – this has one of the world's largest flocks of flamingos. Wherever you go, you'll love meeting the friendly people and the laid-back African vibe.
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