Miles and miles of splendid coastline extend to the north and the south of the huge coastal city of Mombasa. Visitors can choose to head north the the beaches of Nyali, Bamburi and Kikambala, or south to the celebrated beach of Diani. Venture even further from Mombasa and you'll no doubt enjoy the chic Lamu archipelago, the tranquil Funzi Island or the lovely and lovely Malindi. There are many accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets, from a cosy cottage to the well-appointed five star resorts and everything in between. The coast to the north of Mombasa is perhaps more beautiful but there isn't as much choice when it comes to hotels and resorts.
Kenya's population is made up of people from no fewer than 47 tribes. Thanks to this diversity, the country has a rich cultural heritage.
Lions, elephants, leopards, rhinoceroses, cheetahs, buffalos, antelopes, primates and birds; Kenya quickly understood the importance of preserving its wildlife and controlling the act of poaching, and now the country is enjoying the important financial benefits of tourism. Unmistakably, Kenya has always been the African champion in wildlife observation, it boasts 51 national parks and reserves.
While everyone has their own preferences, the range of accommodation in Kenya is excellent and varied. From a basic treehouse-style lodging with all the amenities, to an all-inclusive resort by the seaside, a luxury lodge in the heart of the wilderness or a small family-run boutique address; there is something to please everyone.
Kenya may be famous for its national parks and reserves full of wild, magnificent animal species, however the country is also known for its great diversity of excursions to admire the diversity of Kenyan landscape.
Kenya is first and foremost an ideal safari destination. Nevertheless, it offers other interests and attractions for the curious visitor.