Located in East Africa, Kenya is a remarkable country with a coastline on the Indian Ocean. It is made up of the dramatic Great Rift Valley, mountain highlands and the savannah Lakelands. This country delights tourists with diverse Wildlife that include wild animals, plants, insects and reptiles.
Kenya shares borders with Uganda in the west, Tanzania in the south, Somalia in the east and Ethiopia in the north. Nairobi is its capital.
A safari to Kenya takes you to prominent protected areas like National parks, Sanctuaries and game reserves. Basing in Nairobi you can enjoy your Safari in Masai Mara, Amboseli National Park, Tsavo and a lot more.
Kenya’s wildlife is probably the most famous in the world. Wild mammals include lions, leopards, cheetahs, zebras, antelopes, gazelles, elephants, rhinoceroses, hippopotami, baboons and many kinds of monkeys. There is a rich variety of native birdlife and migrant birds visit the country, which breed in Europe. Wildlife is protected in reserves extending to 45,500 sq. km, or some 8% of the total land area.
Air transport is the main mean for visitors to Kenya especially those who are travelling from continents like Europe, Asia, America and Australia.
This nation has many airports and Jomo Kenyatta international airport is the largest. This facility is located in Nairobi and receives many flights from various parts of the World daily.
If you are travelling from the nearby nations like Uganda, Tanzania, Somalia and Ethiopia you can get in by road transport.