This post is in response to Discover-prompts-day-29-List by Ben Huberman.
Kenya has a rich diversity of climate, natural resources, wildlife and habitats of it’s people with their rich cultures. It’s not possible to see and appreciate Kenya in a hurry, and therefore one needs to decide on one attraction at a time.
1. MARA SERENA SAFARI LODGE Located at the very centre of the famous ‘Mara Triangle’ of the world-renowned Masai Mara National Reserve, the Mara Serena Safari Lodge is the ultimate safari destination. Set high on a bush-cloaked hill with long views over the savannah and down to the winding coils of the hippo-filled Mara River, it stands centre-stage to one of Africa’s most dramatic wildlife arenas, with a ringside seat for the ‘greatest wildlife show on earth’, the legendary migration of the wildebeest.
2. Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club
The Windsor Golf Hotel & Country Club is an impressive Victorian style hotel overlooking a spectacular 18-hole championship golf course with tastefully decorated rooms.
Whether in Nairobi for business, pleasure or both, Windsor offers a breathtakingly beautiful oasis of comfort and tranquility. An ideal venue for conferences, business & leisure travellers.
3. Diamonds Dream of Africa Welcome to Diamonds Dream of Africa, where the enchanting force of nature melds with the exotic Indo-Arabic architecture to create a hypnotic charm, which, in Swahili, is known as bembeleza.
4. Lake Nakuru
Lake Nakuru National Park is home to the famous pink flamingoes. It also offers viewing of various other species of animals and birds.
5. Mount Kenya
Mt Kenya is Africa’s second-highest peak but it stands in no mountain’s shadow when it comes to trekking. Its many peaks offer some of the best snow-capped ascents in the world’s wildest continent.While hiking in Africa does come with a cost, climbing Mount Kenya is a great alternative to Kilimanjaro for those on a shoestring budget.
I hope ya’ll love Kenya now, the narrow list notwithstanding.
The spread of COVID-19 has changed how cities the world over operate, but Kenya’s cities are perhaps unique in the fact that police brutality has led to more deaths than the pandemic itself. Below is a clip on how pressing the matter is in the streets of Nairobi after the government introduced a dusk-to-dawn curfew.
How is street life in your country now? Let’s connect.