Kenyan Holidays:Things to Consider to Ensure Great Value and Memorable Safari Experience

Written By Arman Zulhajar on Thursday, March 8, 2012 | 1:00 AM

By John Roney


Come on African safari holidays to the amazing Kenya and spend the most happening days of your life here. There are as many as 40 national parks in this small country in Africa, and some of them are more popular than others among tourists.

Mamba Village situated behind Nyali beach is, despite what the name suggests, a crocodile farm. It has a series of semi-natural pools staged in a disused quarry that houses literally thousands of crocodiles at all stages of development. There is also the Botanical Garden and Aquarium which includes a half hour tour around the snake parks and gardens. Perhaps the most surprising thing about the garden and aquarium that it specialises in the weirdest things it could possibly find.

Timing is also important if you are interested in witnessing annual events like the wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara. This takes place between July and October. If you intend to witness cultural events like circumcision ceremonies that take place only at a specified time of the year, you will need to align your vacation time accordingly. Designing a Workable Practical, Enjoyable Safari Itinerary. The design of your safari holiday program is an important aspect of your overall safari experience. From your operator, demand and ensure the program flows in such a manner that your time is not wasted driving or generally traveling between destinations. This calls for putting together a program that takes into consideration the road conditions and the distances both in space and time between the various destinations you would be visiting. Pack your Holiday Kit Well, including clothing, Depending on your type of vacation and interest, there will be some items expected of you to have, so that you can enjoy your safari vacation.

Spectacular Kenyan landscape: Open Savannah grasslands that are almost limitless, with the odd Baobab tree in the horizon and the vast sky right in front of you, the Kenyan landscape is spectacular. But that's not all. The snow of Kilimanjaro and Mt. Kenya and the great tea and coffee plantations and coconut palms are also waiting to be explored. Lakes of the Rift Valley: The Great Rift Valley is the cradle of humanity and is worth a visit itself. But here, you can see some really fantastic lakes, such as Lake Victoria, which is as big as an inland sea. Lake Nakuru is home to millions of flamingos. The annual migration: Every year, there's an annual migration of more than 2 million wildebeest, Thomson's gazelle, zebra, and other grazing animals, and this is a fantastic natural wonder. Following them are lions, cheetahs, hyenas, and other hunters. This is a favorite event of wildlife photographers, and it can be a once in a lifetime experience for you as well.

Despite Kenya's reputation being just a beach holiday destination there is still plenty to do if you fancy time away from the beach and pool. All inclusive holidays to Kenya allow the freedom to relax but still having the option of doing things outside the resort that are easy to get to. Kenyan Holidays can be a mixture of relaxation and fun and with plenty of resorts to choose from Nyali beach is a perfect mixture of rest and relaxation and things to do if you choose.




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