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.
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.