Mombasa Island is on Kenya’s coast located east of Nairobi. The Mombasa City is the second largest in Kenya after Nairobi. This world famous Kenyan coastline provides a fantastic place to relax. You can enjoy attractive scenery, beautiful beaches and the diverse coral reefs.
Nairobi National Park was Kenya’s first national park and it is located just 7 km south of the city. You can see the Ivory Burning Monument where the Kenyan President Daniel Arap Moi made a statement for conservation by burning 12 tons of ivory in 1989. There are a number of animals to be found here including ostriches, baboons, gazelles, eland, impala and a very high diversity of birds with around 500 different bird species making it a great place for bird lovers.
The most popular Park in Kenya is the Masai Mara National Reserve located in the southern part of Kenya. It is highly recommended for its unique and exquisite African wildlife and birds. The famous wildebeest migration also takes place at the Mara.
Take the Air Balloon Ride over the Masai Mara for a truly remarkable way to see the wildlife from a unique perspective. Catch the first glimpse of the morning sunrise at daybreak. The Balloon Ride lasts around 60 minutes and ends with a champagne breakfast.
The Amboseli National Park is located south east of Nairobi across the Kenya-Tanzania border. Here you can find the famous Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s highest free standing mountain.