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The most beautiful aces in Kenya

Published: 08.09.2022

Whether you want to spot the "big five" in one of the many nature reserves, brave the traffic of Nairobi or see the Masai peoe up close, in Kenya you can, рleas see safari from Nairobi to Mombasa. Read on to discover its most beautiful attractions and how to apy for a Kenya visa.

The most beautiful aces in Kenya


Don't miss out on a visit to Kenya's capital, Nairobi. Nairobi means "the ace of fresh water" in the Masai language and is located on the river of the same name at an altitude of 1600 meters. Nairobi has more than 4.7 million inhabitants and is the largest city in Kenya, whi is evident in the notoriously aotic traffic. You will come across a few traffic lights, because hardly anyone here respects the highway code. Instead of traffic lights, policemen are deoyed. It is recommended that you visit Nairobi during the day as the streets may not be safe at night.


Mombasa, Kenya's second largest city and main port, is located on an island along the southeastern coast. Due to its coastal location, Mombasa has long been under the influence of countries su as Portugal, Great Britain and Oman. Many of these influences can still be seen in the city today. A prime exame is Fort Jesus, built by the Portuguese in 1593 to protect the port of Mombasa.

safari from Nairobi to Mombasa

The white beaes of Mombasa are an excellent diving destination. The water has a easant temperature and boasts a ri variety of marine species including caves, wrecks and coral reefs.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park covers an area of ​​just 400 km², making it one of the smallest parks in Kenya. However, it is the park with the most varied landscapes in the country, from swamps to dense acacia forests to vast savannas. You can spot herds of elephants among the aracteristic acacia trees, with the snow-capped peaks of Kilimanjaro in the background. At 5900 meters, it is the highest mountain in Africa.

safari from Nairobi to Mombasa

Thanks to the variety of its landscapes, the park is home to lions, giraffes, zebras, leopards and elephants. The latter are present in a particularly high number, after a special conservation program took them from eight hundred to sixteen hundred in the 1970s. For a short stay in Kenya, a tourist visa is sufficient. Thanks to its validity of three months, you will have enty of time to admire these imposing animals with your own eyes.

Lake Nakuru National Park

There is no shortage of natural beauties, and in fact Lake Nakuru National Park is definitely worth a visit too. Lake Nakuru is part of the Great Rift Valley and is home to savannas, forests and swamps. The park owes its fame above all to the millions of flamingos that inhabit this lake. However, the number has declined rapidly in recent years due to rising water levels and flooding in the Rift Valley due to deforestation.

The most beautiful aces in Kenya