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Kenya is filled with magnificent panoramas and is endowed with breathtaking natural beauty. With dreamy Indian Ocean beaches, jagged mountains, thick greenery, and wildlife-rich savannahs, there are countless amazing places with many things to do in Kenya. When it comes to family vacations, romantic getaways, or fun vacations with your pals, Kenya has so much to offer!
Do you know who else can give you a smooch? A giraffe! The giraffe kiss has become a craze, and the Giraffe Manor sees a steady flow of guests eager to capture the moment on camera.
In order to get the perfect picture of you and the giraffes kissing, hold a pellet between your lips and let the giraffes lick it out while also kissing your face. At the magnificent Giraffe Manor, you can feed a giraffe from the comfort of your own bedroom window or have a giraffe gaze over your shoulder while you eat your morning cereal.
If you’re looking for an ideal romantic way to spend your time in Kenya, the stargazing experience is certainly worth noting. An overnight stay in one of Africa’s most luxurious and romantic camps is the perfect opportunity to experience the best of both worlds.
On a clear night, stars shine so brightly that constellations can easily be spotted in the sky. There are luxury camps and lodges that offer “sleep out” options, which enable you to sleep beneath the stars.
If you and your friends are adventure-seekers, climbing the magnificent Mount Kenya is one of the fun activities in Kenya you can take part in. Mount Kenya, Africa’s second-highest mountain after Kilimanjaro, provides stunning views from the peaks of old glaciers that line an almost perfect circular volcanic crater.
Every year, a large number of daring travel buddies come to Mount Kenya to hike up the mountain’s steep summits.
This is your opportunity to experience the world’s largest wildlife “roadshow.” See the Great Migration with your friends, which is one of the most sought-after wildlife and environmental experiences for wildlife and nature lovers.
It is often recommended that you visit between July and October in order to watch the Great Migration in the Masai Mara. You can catch a dazzling glimpse of this awe-inspiring phenomenon on game drives, aircraft or hot air balloon rides, or horseback safaris.
Adumu, popularly known as the “jumping dance,” is a Maasai ceremony that is easily recognized and has been immortalized in innumerable photographs and movies.
Adumu is a traditional dance performed in the Maasai Mara National Reserve’s Ewangan Village by young Maasai warriors, who are most likely performing for visitors in the area. This is also one of the must-do things to do in Kenya with your family. Kids will have a blast keeping time with the beat by jumping around.
You will be hard-pressed to find a place with such heart-warming friendliness and natural beauty to take your family on a safari that is brimming with breathtaking landscapes, daring adventure, gorgeous weather, iconic animals, unique attractions, and attractive, kind people.
Families with young children can go on safari in the Masai Mara as a group to take in the gorgeous scenery and sounds of the surrounding wilderness. Your children’s ages, their hobbies, your family’s choices, and the exciting seasonal activities available are all taken into consideration when planning a memorable family safari.
Was there anything in particular that piqued your interest? Let me make that happen. With years of experience in travel planning, I can help you plan a secluded East African holiday.
Contact me today as the land of captivating savannah landscapes brimming with wildlife awaits your arrival in Kenya.