African safari is what Kenya is renowned for and thus has come to be known as the heart of the African safari.
Kenya has an incredibly diverse wildlife and spectacular landscapes.
This East African county boasts various tyes of ecosystems namely: forests, wetlands, savannah,
mountains, marine, arid and semi-arid and the The protected areas include national parks, terrestrial National Reserves, Marine National parks and Reserves.
Wildlife that can be seen in the National Parks and Reserves include the big five as well as a range of
Buck, giraffes, zebras leopards and cheetahs, as well as over 1000 species of birds.
Along with Safari adventures the country’s other major tourist attractions are the coastal beaches.
Kenya has 536 kilometers of unspoiled white-sand beaches lined with palm trees and coconut trees.
At the coast, holidaymakers can see spectacular marine life while snorkeling, enjoy water sports such as kitesurfing, windsurfing, dhow sailing and kayaking.
Mombasa, which is Kenya’s second largest city after Nairobi (the capital city)has a rich cultural and historical background dating as early as the 8th century. Malindi and Lamu are also popular destinations at the coast.
Other Kenya’s tourism products are business travel, eco-tourism, conference tourism, cruise tourism, cultural tourism, mountain climbing/trekking, golfing, birding etc.