Kenya is re-known for its hospitality, friendly, warm welcome with over 42 ethnic tribes from the smallest El-Molo tribe to the millions of Kikuyu; beautiful attractions ranging from over 450kms of white sandy beaches stretching from Shimoni to Lamu, protected by a natural coral reef offering some unique and exquisite marine life along the coast to the National parks and game reserves rich with fauna and flora.
While in Kenya Safaris from Nairobi,some famous parks and reserves include: Amboseli with its Mt. Kilimanjaro backdrop; Tsavo East and West, which has the largest land area; Masai Mara which has the highest concentration of wildlife per square mile; Lake Bogoria for its hot springs and geysers; and Kakamega Forest, perhaps the last remaining equatorial rainforests in Tropical Africa and Lake Nakuru National Park home to over a million flamingos, rhinos among other animals and bird species while Mt. Kenya is a challenge to mountain climbers and worth to visit. Samburu National Reserve with its rare wildlife that are found only in the northern part of Kenya is worth a visit not forgetting to mention rich culture of the Samburu and Turkana communities.