Discover Kenya: Hidden Gems

Kenya, a country filled by beautiful landscapes, diverse cultures, wildlife, is definitely a traveler’s paradise. Whether you are an adrenaline junkie, a nature lover or a history buff, Kenya offers an array of options that satisfies all. Here are my five must-visit destinations if Kenya is up on your bucket list.


From the scenic landscapes donned with river and hills to the culture and the diverse wildlife, Samburu feeds the soul of an absolute adventurer. You can start your day with breakfast by the river Ewaso Ng’iro banks as you watch the sunrise. Later on, take a tour into the Samburu game reserve where you get to see the Samburu special five which are mostly spotted in that area only and as the sun peaks you can take a dip into their natural springs. You then end your day with a bonfire under a sky full of stars.




Tsavo West

This place is an absolute thrill for an adventure fanatic. It has a diverse wildlife selection from elephants to hippos, has lakes where you can take a dip or a ride, mountain peaks as you can see Mt Kilimanjaro from the place and vibrant landscapes. It is mind-blowing.





















 For any nature lover, this is the place to be. It offers great trails to hike on and the majestic waterfalls. You also get to experience the farm life as you get to see how tea is grown. To top it off, it offers cabins near the falls where you can camp and enjoy the sound of the Water falling as you sleep.  


Are you an adrenaline junkie and wish to satisfy that exhilarating feeling that always gnaws at you? Well look no further. Sagana is the place to be. From bungee jumping, to white water rafting to zip lining, Sagana will guarantee you the highest high of your life.


Nanyuki offers it all. With the famous Mt. Kenya which many dream of hiking, rivers and springs to dip after a long hike, and a vibrant nightlife. All these caters for nature lovers, adrenaline junkies and night-owls alike all while offering top-notch resorts and camping ground for the perfect stay.

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