Things To Do In Kenya

Published on: Feb 26, 2021
Alyce Gibson
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Planning a trip to Kenya and wondering what to include in your itinerary? Kenya has a host of exciting activities, attractions and villages that offer their own unique experiences. Of course the major attraction in Kenya is the Great Migration of zebra and wildebeest. However Kenya also has an array of activities to take part in for the adventure lovers amongst you – anyone fancy caving, diving or mountain biking through the bush?

Thing To Do in Kenya

  • Enjoy a hot air balloon safari over the Maasai Mara at sunrise for a safari that’s a little different
  • Visit Giraffe Manor in Nairobi where the endangered Rothschild giraffe roam the gardens and will often pop their heads in and join you for breakfast
  • Snorkel and dive the coral gardens along Kenya’s Swahili coastline
  • Sail away on a traditional dhow boat at sunset
  • Explore the 6th century Fort Jesus near Mombasa’s Old Town (a UNESCO World Heritage Site)
  • Visit the David Sheldrick Rhino & Elephant Orphanage
  • Climb the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya
  • Go golfing at Sigona Golf Club and Nyali Golf & Country Club
  • Visit the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi – get up close and personal with these friendly giants
  • Explore the Lamu Museum to get a dose of Swahili culture
  • Visit the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, home to 80 endangered black rhino
  • Visit Karen Blixen’s House & Museum – the home of the author of Out of Africa
  • Go to Kanderi Swamp – home to a resident pride of lions and elephants
  • Visit Bio-Ken Snake Farm & Laboratory – one of the world’s most famous snake research centres – Go on a snake safari – Kenya is home to 100 different species of snakes
  • Visit Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary – home to 150 elephants
  • Spot crocodiles and hippo at Mzima Springs
  • Climb Nugulia Hills for a view of the Rhino Valley
  • Go on a cheese tour at Brown’s Cheese factory in Nairobi
  • Explore the Gedi Ruins – an abandoned city tucked with a forest on the coast of Kenya
  • See the Marafa Depression – an unusual canyon called “the place broken by itself”
  • Visit Kitengela – a glass fantasy land in the middle of the desert – an abundance of colourful dragons and butterflies sculptures all built with recycled materials
  • Ride an ostrich at Maasai Ostrich Farm
  • Explore the Nairobi Railway Museum

Want to plan a trip to Kenya? Visit our website to view our tailor-made itineraries or give us a call today to get expert advice from our travel specialists. See our best Kenya offers.

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