African Magic - Spotlight on Kenya

Baroque Travel offers an insight into one of Africa’s legendary travel destinations: Kenya. Drawing on its incredibly vast wildlife, glorious beaches and resorts, breathtaking scenery and vibrant mix of cultures.

 

Safari in Kenya, photo credit: robb Report

Safari in Kenya, photo credit: robb Report

Where else on earth can you find such an impressive combination of wonderful wildlife game reserves and sanctuaries, golden beaches, a wide spectrum of different climates and bustling cities? Kenya offers every type of holiday imaginable. It is home to 48 national parks and 9 marine national parks and reserves that are home to a myriad of fish and breathtaking coral reefs. The exquisite coastline, stretching from Lamu to Mombasa,  is a melody of stunning beaches along the turquoise Indian ocean, archaeological and historical treasures, and opulent holiday resorts.

 

Pink flamingos at lake nakuru

Pink flamingos at lake nakuru

The Great Rift Valley runs through the Equator and is home to eight stunning lakes and some of the most magnificent birdlife in Africa, including the picturesque pink flamingoes at Lake Nakuru. The Central Highlands spread like a lush mantle over three mountain ranges – Mount Kenya, the Aberdares and Mau.

The diverse coral reefs run throughout the entire length of the Mombasa coastline, creating a spectacular underwater world. Kenya boasts a 480 km stretch of an idyllic sandy coastline.

 

Picnic in kenya

Picnic in kenya

“Going on Safari” in Kenya is one of the country’s most exciting and larger-than-life experiences. The Aberdare National Park is a fairytale place with dense forest, misty moors and alpine plants. Further north is Samburu National Park, which is a rugged, semi-desert park. Another very popular destination is the Maasai Mara, home to the Wildebeest Migration, one of the “Seven New Wonders of the World”, which happens every August. Additionally, its game is visible in great multitudes, making this an unforgettable experience.

 

mount kenya

mount kenya

Mount Kenya is one of the highest national parks in the world, famous for its wide variety of wildlife and for the excellent climbs offered on its ice cliffs and rock faces.  Amboseli National Park is the ideal location from which to view Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free standing mountain in Africa and in the world. And finally, Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya and one of the biggest game sanctuaries in the world, with over 60 major species.

 

Lewa Safari Camp, Kenya

Lewa Safari Camp, Kenya

HIGHLIGHTS OF A VISIT TO KENYA

●     A safari to see a variety of wildlife in a choice of stunning game reserves and conservations: the Maasai Mara, the Aberdares, Samburu, Amboseli and Tsavo.

●     An opportunity to view the famous pink flamingos in Nakuru.

●     Visit the Equator.

●     Enjoy underwater tourism and luxurious destinations in Mombasa.

●     Experience the incredible Wildebeest migration between the Serengeti and the Maasai Mara during August and September, one of the most spectacular sights in all of Africa.

 

If you would like to more information or to book a trip to Kenya please contact Baroque Travel at the following email: info@baroquetravel.com