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Tours in KENYA

Kenya, located in East Africa, is a land of diverse natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. With its breathtaking landscapes, abundant wildlife and rich cultural traditions, Kenya has become a top tourist destination for millions of travelers.

Whether you want to explore the country's stunning national parks, meet its people, or discover unique cultural traditions, Kenya has it all.

Kenya National Parks

Kenya is home to some of the world's most famous parks and nature reserves, including the Maasai Mara, Amboseli and Tsavo National Parks. These breathtaking landscapes are teeming with wildlife such as elephants, lions, giraffes and countless species of birds and animals. 

Can you imagine yourself on safari? The perfect way to enjoy and contemplate these amazing creatures in their natural habitat, just remember not to disturb them! It's their home, and we don't want to get any scares.

Kenyan Traditions

Apart from its natural beauty, Kenya is also known for its rich cultural heritage and traditions. The Maasai people are one of the most well-known cultural groups in the country, due to their elaborate rituals and distinctive red dress. Travelers can learn about the Maasai way of life by visiting one of their many villages, where they will be welcomed with open arms.

Those interested in learning about Kenya's unique history and culture have many opportunities to do so. From visiting historical sites to exploring the bustling streets of Nairobi, the country's capital. There is always something new to discover.

Whether you're interested in exploring Kenya's wildlife, cultural traditions or history, you won't be short of things to see and do in this incredible country. With its breathtaking landscapes, rich cultural heritage and friendly people, Kenya is truly a unique place in the world.

Weather in Kenya

Kenya's climate is very varied and depends on where you are in the country.

But it is generally warm and humid on the coast and cooler in the central highlands. The rainy season starts in April and lasts until June, with heavy downpours in some areas.

And then there is the dry season, from July to October, with temperatures reaching scorching temperatures in some areas. November to March is considered the long rainy season, with fairly steady rainfall. So basically, if you're traveling to Kenya, bring sunscreen and a rain jacket, because you never know what you're going to need!