Kenya

Kenya

amboseli national park Kenya

Kenya

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Kenya

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Kenya

Safari Park

Kenya

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Giraffe animals

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Kenya Offers a Plethora of Thrills

Planning a recent trip to Kenya? It is good to leave the hustle-bustle of your city behind and spend quality time with loved ones. Kenya offers plenty of exciting opportunities for your family, which is why thorough planning is needed in advance so you don’t face inconvenience in the middle of the holiday.

Want to go on a safari?

There are some great safari holiday packages that suit the entire family, even if your kids are overly active at times. Accommodation is available in plenty with several child-friendly hotels and lodges. Make sure the reservation is made in advance as some places might have age restrictions, and during peak seasons every hotel is packed to capacity. Jungle safaris are particularly fascinating for children as they get to see animals roaming freely in natural habitats. It is a lot of fun when they get to watch majestic lions roaring away to glory, or playful monkeys swinging from trees! Safaris are a great educational tour as well, for both children and adults as you get to know interesting facts about jungles and see animals that you never even knew about. A trained guide will accompany you at all times so there is no problem about safety during your journey amidst the wildlife.

How about a slice of rural life?

Kenya is not just about wildlife or white sandy beaches – rural Kenya is a whole other world, which you get to experience first-hand during your stay at Bogani near the Masai Mara. While village tours merely scratch the surface of their lifestyle, spending three days and actually integrating yourself into their lives is completely different – it is a much more interactive and detailed approach. It is extremely enjoyable, and your guides will direct you regarding daily chores, how to collect water, weave their trademark beaded jewelry, and you even get to visit their school. There is so much to learn and absorb – you will be stunned to witness the simplicity of their lives and intrigued by the rich cultural heritage that can be found here in abundance. Accommodations are more very comfortable at Bogani – you can either stay in a family cottage or a big tented room, depending upon your preference. The expenses charged for your stay are mostly used to fund local projects.

Doesn’t it feel exciting? Aren’t you itching to go on a family trip to Kenya? Book your tickets right away!