Treat your families by Visiting Kenya national Parks and Reserves


 

Individuals interested in touring Africa should consider treating their families and friends to a visit of national parks and reserves in Kenya. The experience a tourist acquires from a visit to the national parks and reserves in Kenya stands out from any other in the world. National parks and reserves in Kenya are cheap to access compared to other countries. Tourism is one of the revenue earners of the country.


 

It is paramount that the government attracts local and international tourists. One mode of tourist attractions is offering discounted rates for visits to the national parks and reserves in Kenya. This strategy has seen thousands of tourists troop into the parks and reserves. Approximately 7% of Kenya’s land is gazette by the Kenyan government for wildlife conservation purposes. This has ascertained that national parks and reserves in Kenya have remained natural with hardly any human tampering. National parks and reserves in Kenya spread across the country. This allows tourists to enjoy the vast geographical terrain as they move from one area to another. Accessing the national parks and reserves in Kenya can be done in several ways. The first is by road. Tourists require the services of travel consultants in determining appropriate ways to access destinations. Alternatives, tourist can charter a private jet and enjoy the aerial view of the country as they head to their preferred destination. Most national parks and reserves in Kenya have airstrips that enable tourists to consider flying as a convenient travel mode.


 

National parks and reserves in Kenya are rich with diverse wild animals. The park boasts of the Big Five, common animals such as the antelopes, zebras, and giraffes. Rare animals such as the bongo, the golden cat and the black rhino can be seen in these parks and reserves. There are also national parks and reserves in Kenya that tourists can visit to view animals. A visit to Lake Nakuru national park introduces tourists to the stunning flock of flamingoes. The flamingoes gather at lake Nakuru in million turning the lake pink. Shaba national reserve enables tourists to view the lioness with the tendency of adopting baby oryxes. Amboseli national park is ideal for viewing the elephant packs. Tourist can enjoy the sight of the bull elephants with the largest tusks in the East Africa.



A visit to the national parks and reserves in Kenya is incomplete without visiting the Kenyan coast. The Kenyan coast is the perfect sport to relax and engage in sea activities. The Kenyan coast has an ideal weather which means tourists can visit the area any time.  It is possible for tourists to swim in the ocean at any month due to the warm climatic conditions. The Kenyan coast also provides tourist with an experience of the costal culture. The coastal culture is a blend of different cultures from Africa, Asia and Europe. The old town is an ideal tourist site with narrow streets and antique buildings that provide a history of the previous residents of the coast. In terms of national parks and reserves in Kenya, the coast is rich with options. Marine parks such as Diane and Watamu marine national park provide tourists with an amazing sight of many fish species and coral life.