The jewel of East African safari going, Kenya encompasses lion-dotted, cheetah-spotted parks in the midst of the Rift Valley. Scale Mount Kenya or hit the cities with a tourHQ guide.
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Hedonism and modern energy are the hallmarks of Kenya’s sprawling capital city; a city of skyscrapers, super clubs and malls that’s best explored in the company of a local guide from tourHQ.
Pink flamingos cluster on the banks of Lake Nakuru, while tourHQ’s guides to this iconic national park offer safari drives and game walks to seek out African eagles, giraffes and zebras to boot.
Enlist the help of a local tourHQ guide to discover the best safari routes and wildlife spotting locations in Maasai Mara; one of the most famous sections of the great Rift Valley and Serengeti.
Spices and slave trade history coalesce between the streets of this old ivory merchant’s outpost, where today tourHQ’s local guides showcase one of the most enthralling and buzzing cities in East Africa.
Join the backpackers, Lake Victoria lovers and hippo searchers in Kisumu and get a tourHQ guide to reveal the lively character of this up-and-coming traveler town of bars and hostels.
Offering access to the likes of the Maasai Mara National Park, Lake Naivasha and the mighty Serengeti, Narok is arguably Kenya’s best ecotourist hotspot. Get a tourHQ guide to help plan an itinerary.
Kenya’s premier beach resort offers ivory-white stretches of powdery sand and oodles of resort hotels on the edge of the Indian Ocean. Enjoy the sea and sun with the help of a tourHQ guide.
Set to the calls of swinging monkeys and primates, the Cherangani Hills forming the backdrop, Eldoret is a wildlife lover’s paradise. Head in with a local tourHQ guide to seek out the rarest beasts.
Unravel the voodoo traditions and rustic way of life at Kakamega with a tourHQ guide, and don’t miss Kenya’s primeval rainforests, teak woods or the banks of Lake Victoria.
Between the rugged glacial peaks of soaring Mount Kenya and the rolling plains of the verdant Rift Valley, visitors flock to this nation on the panhandle of East Africa to ride rickety matatu buses through the dusty safari tracks, engross themselves in traditional tribal culture, explore some of the most burgeoning metropolises on the continent, recline on the coral-white beaches, cool off in the Indian Ocean, or spy out roaming elephant, roaring lions or laughing hyena amidst the wilds.
If like many, you’re heading here on safari, then be sure to get the low down from your Kenya tour guide on the veritable cascade of various game reserves and national parks that pepper the backcountry here; from the much-trodden expanses of Masai Mara, to the more off-the-beaten-track spots at Kisumu Impala and Buffalo Springs.
If, instead, you’ve come for a dose of culture East Africa style, then why not head to the lakeside districts of Kisumu, the sprawling Hindu temple complexes and ancient ports of Mombasa, or the bustling café quarters of seething, ever-expanding Nairobi.
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