Experience splendid Kenya with your family


All India, 19th May 2014 : Kenya is one of the world’s most popular tourism destinations attracting millions of tourists over the past years. The country is endowed with attractive tourist sites, rich culture, striking geographical diversity and landscapes ranging from beautiful beaches, to animal parks and archaeological sites.


Kenya is a fantastic country for family holidays, especially with the many opportunities for healthy and outdoor activities offered to the travellers. It is a perfect family-friendly holiday destination with much for the kids to see and do – from building sand castles on the beach, swimming in the ocean, taking a joy ride in a theme park, spotting wildlife on a game farm or enjoying adventure activities at one of many hotel resorts.


It is a melting pot of races, cultures and traditions that has come a long way, and a more cosmopolitan attitude has brought with it a thriving tourist industry with top quality bed and breakfasts or holiday apartments and villas available to the thousands of visitors that arrive each year.


It is blessed with breath taking sceneries, a magnificent range of captivating wild animals, an array of culture, exquisite cuisine and beautiful people propelling it to one of the most preferred family destination.


Kenya has a wealth of magnificent locations from the highlands of Mt. Kenya, to the Rift Valley, the sun kissed Savanna and the luxurious coast which offers incomparable experience to the families. The equator is the line that divides the northern and southern hemispheres. Get equator crossing certificate which involves Masai men and women in full dress, and also a fascinating demonstration of how water spirals clockwise or anti-clockwise depending on which side of the equator you are standing – even just a few feet apart.


The most popular things to see on Safari include The Big 5 and the great migration of tens of thousands of wildebeest.


The country also has a bountiful system of lakes and rivers.  Kenya lays claim to the second largest fresh water lake in the world in Lake Victoria. Mount Kenya is the second highest mountain in Africa and the highest in all of Kenya. Outdoor lovers and hiking enthusiasts have two of the best mountains at their fingertips in Kenya.


The vast wildlife found in Kenya can be found throughout the country’s wildlife parks and reserves.  Many times you are able to see exotic animals like lions, cheetahs, monkeys, and many others in their natural habitat.


Although Kenya is known for its wild life & safari experiences, SPA & wellness holiday in Kenya is gaining popularity among tourist. There are numerous world class SPA resorts in all over Kenya. On your holiday in Kenya be sure to visit the outstanding spa and wellness resorts all over the country. Indulge in full body massage then steam or sauna, perhaps just a facial or a complete spa treatment with wraps, scrubs and meditation with your family.


South of Mombasa is the famous Diani beach, one of the most renowned on the East African Coast, with its long, soft, white sand making it a tropical paradise. There is also an offshore reef which is ideal for snorkelling and as this also keeps the waves low it is an ideal beach for paddling and swimming. The beaches just north of Mombasa are popular with overseas visitors to Kenya wanting a tropical beach holiday. The North Coast is linked by a road bridge to Mombasa town and offers a variety of activities, restaurants and nightlife. Watamu is located north of Mombasa, near Malindi. This is one of Kenya’s finest beaches and the site of a Marine National Park offering excellent snorkelling and scuba diving. The nearby Arabuku Sokoke forest is a bird watchers paradise and the extensive inland Mida Creek hosts a wide variety of splendid birdlife.


Lamu Island is part of Kenya’s Lamu Archipelago and is one of the most famous tourist attractions of Kenya. The island may be less crowded 10 years ago but the spirit and mystical appeal still remains the same. With an Islamic majority, this part is occupied by one of the oldest and best-preserved Swahili settlements in East Africa. In a nutshell, the town is characterized by the simplicity of structural forms enriched by rich culture and epitome.


Visiting Kenya means exploring wide locations such as historical monuments, beautiful animal parks, great walls, exotic food and festivals which can make a perfect family holiday.


For more information please contact:

Kenya Tourist Board

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Ms. Akanksha Sharma

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