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Kenya Safari Holiday Tours

Kenya safari holiday tours are synonymous with anyone wanting to do an African Safari. With the many national parks and game reserve most travelers’ visit less than 1 % of what Kenya has to offer. One would require more than 3 months so as to transverse the different attractions. These parks make Kenya a top Africa safari destination only rivaled by few if any.

More to this, Kenya safari holiday safari holidays can be tailor made to include other forms of tourism apart from the beach and safari which Kenya is known for. Some of other forms of tourism that Kenya offers are the following:

Kenya agro tourism

Kenya is among the top producers of Tea and Coffee. Of late it has also emerged as a top producer of horticulture This makes Kenya a premium destination for those willing to come and learn how tea is grown.  Some of the safari itineraries can incorporate this to make your visit to Kenya a unique experience.

Culture tourism

On culture, Kenya is home to 42 tribes making it a diverse country for learning about Africa traditions and culture way of living. On this some of the world’s documented human fossil is found in Kenya. Recent archeological findings place Kenya at the fore front of claiming to be the cradle of mankind. Lake Tulkana is world heritage site and the Tulkana boy fossils are the worlds recent findings of the evolution of mankind, a visit to the national museums of Kenya would make this a worthwhile visit to know about the culture aspects of Kenya. Kenya is home to 6 world heritage sites documented by UNESCO.

Kenya Sports tourism,

On the sports arena, Kenya is synonymous with long distance running, and for those who do not want safari or beach products they can take time off and learn one or two things about how those great runners do it, this tour will take you to highlands of northern Kenya where the green sceneries will amaze you.

Other Kenya safari holiday tours that would come in handy are adventures tours which are not limited to gliding, bungee jumps, white water rafting, among others. Hiking and mountain climbing would come in handy, Kenya is home to Mt Kenya , the second highest mountain in Africa and the most difficult to climb, for those who like short excursions they would climb mount Longonot which is a 2 hours climb. For all this, one will come to the conclusion that Kenya safari holiday tours are the most sorts after for those wishing to take an African holiday

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