On the coast of the Indian Ocean, Kenya is located across the equator in east-central Africa. It is double the size of Nevada. Kenya flanks Somalia to the east, Ethiopia to the north, Tanzania to the south, Uganda to the west and Sudan to the northwest. In the north, the land is arid; the southwest corner is in the fertile Lake Victoria Basin; and a length of the eastern depression of the Great Rift Valley separates western highlands from those that rise from the lowland coastal strip. Tourist attractions in Kenya are plentiful spectacular diverse landscapes and appealing magnetisms. From pristine beaches, national parks to lakes and mountains, Kenya truly have it all.
As far as exotic flora and fauna is concerned, Kenya boasts of numerous wildlife national parks and sanctuaries. Masai Mara is Kenya's original "lion country which is well-known for its fantastic yearly wildebeest migration. Another Lake Nakuru National Park is the biggest exotic location of animals. It is a home to substantial populations of Kenya animals, especially millions of flamingoes. More than that, Nairobi National Park offers a remarkable wasteland experience in the fascinating capital of Kenya. Likewise, it is home to all the 'Big Five' except the mighty elephant.
Mombasa, an exotic destination in the Kenyan coast, is home to some isolated, alluring white and powder-soft beaches.
Lamu is a dazzling island town, renowned for using donkeys and dhows as the major source of transport.
Malindi is famous for several water sports and deep sea fishing of Kenya.
Lakes and Rivers
Lake Victoria is considered as the second largest fresh water lake in all over the world. It is the perfect scene for Nile Perch fishing and unwinding.
Located in Naivasha town, Lake Naivasha is a fresh water lake approximately an hour's drive from Nairobi.
Located in Kenya's Rift Valley, Lake Bogoria is a saline lake that is well-known for its geysers and hot springs