Yes Luxury Holidays Are Possible In Kenya

Talking about luxury is always somewhat relative, but if we talk about luxury as the possibility of living a unique and exclusive experience, Kenya is undoubtedly the perfect destination to find it. Far from becoming a mass tourism, Kenya has taken advantage of the natural wealth of its territory to carry out sustainable development where the preservation of ancestral cultures and customs of the 42 different tribes that coexist in the country and wildlife has prevailed, which is not only protected in its national parks but in the numerous private conservation areas that have emerged in places like the Laikipia area in the north of the country, next to Mount Kenya or in the popular Masai Mara reserve.

Kenya has taken advantage of the natural wealth of its territory to carry out sustainable development. That is why Kenya holiday destinations has become an exceptional destination chosen by couples for their honeymoon or even by families who want to give their children the experience of knowing first-hand the wildlife and the diversity of cultures that exist in Kenya.

Enjoy a dhow ride through the Lamu archipelago

The Lamu archipelago is one of the jewels of Kenya still little known for mass tourism and one of the best places to disconnect. If you want to get away from the mundane noise, either as the perfect climax to a few days of safari or as a gift as a getaway to its crystalline beaches and exclusive hotels. Let yourself be enveloped by the calm of luxury destinations in Kenya and stroll through its three islands, Lamu, Pate, and Manda in a traditional sailing boat (dhow) while enjoying a typical Dawa cocktail or a very cold Tusker beer.

Admire the Masai Mara reserve from a balloon

A balloon safari during the wake of the day can be one of the best ways to appreciate the incredible landscapes of the Masai Mara reserve from the air. The journey begins at dawn to take advantage of the favourable winds and the globe ends up being confused with the clouds and the reddishness of the African land reflected in its skies.

Once in the heights, the views over the wide expanse of the savannah is surprising: zebras, wildebeest, gazelles, elephants, an endless number of wild animals and populated Masai huts surrounded by cattle.

Enjoy the sunset on the banks of the EnwasoNyro River (Shaba)

The territories of Shaba National Park are one of the great hidden treasures of Kenya and a great unknown. In Shaba one seems to be part of the landscapes of the Garden of Eden: infinite territories that do not seem to have limits, extensive fields that after the rainy season bloom and attract hundreds of animals and a river, the EwasoNyiro, whose shores can be crossed in walking safaris.

Recall the story of Karen Blixen and her lover Finch-Hatton

Numerous stages of the Oscar-winning film “Memories of Africa” ​​remain intact today in Kenya. You can be yourself the protagonist in colonial air hotels such as the Norfolk of Nairobi or the Mount Kenya Safari Club, in the Nakuru National Park populated by thousands of flamingos, in exclusive Clubs converted today into luxury golf courses or museums that keep jewels of Kenyan history barely known.

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