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From bustling cities and tribal culture to wildlife safaris and watersports, Kenya offers greatly varied attractions. Its natural beauty ranges from rainforests and sprawling savannahs to mountains and beaches. Kenya traces its roots back three million years with settlement by African tribes as well as British and Portuguese colonizers. Today, explore the diverse history of over 40 ethnic groups.
Wildlife safaris are one of Kenya’s biggest appeals. Find several game reserves in the country’s southwest region. Go in search of Africa’s Big Five animals and experience the fascinating wildebeest migration at Masai Mara National Reserve and Tsavo National Park. Spot rich birdlife or join a camel safari in Amboseli National Park. Hike to the glacial ridges of Mount Kenya, Africa’s second-tallest mountain.
Kenya’s Indian Ocean coastline has over 300 miles (480 kilometers) of idyllic beaches. Relax in the paradisiacal resorts of Diani Beach. Swim, sail or surf in the warm waters of Bamburi and Nyali. Enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving at the Marine National Park in Malindi. Investigate the Arab-influenced architecture in Lamu Old Town, a historic Swahili town on Lamu Island archipelago.
Kenya’s cities offer alternative views of the country. Nairobi is the compelling and gritty capital city, home to museums and galleries, a growing café culture and infectious nightlife. Spot endangered black rhinos at Nairobi National Park, just outside the city center. Wander the bustling and narrow streets of Mombasa, including Biashara Street’s market region. Take a romantic cruise around the Old Harbour on a traditional dhow boat.
Kenya straddles the equator and has an unpredictable climate, with year-round hot temperatures interspersed by heavy rains from April to June. Although Kenya is generally a safe, tourist-friendly destination, check the present situation before traveling to Nairobi and areas close to the Kenya-Somalia border.
Reach Kenya through Nairobi’s or Mombasa’s international airports and then get around via long and short-distance buses or organized tours. Renting a car can be expensive but is a great way to explore the country independently.
The European style room is smaller but has got everything needed. Good place to stay in Nairobi.
Pool area was nice and well kept. The shuttle took me and my family to the airport and waited for my entire family for a good half hr til i was to the security check point. I wish the hotel had a microwave in the room.
Really great, modern, safe, clean hotel in Nairobi. Super efficient staff, excellent restaurant, nice gym, great rooftop pool and bar. Really comfortable rooms.
Great facilities, awesome location bathrooms in the room could do with an upgrade.
Great, convenient location close to the airport. Everything was great, although the shuttle we requested did not pick us up (we notified them our flight was going to be late/ gave details of flight number). It was okay though as it was easy to take a short cab ride to the hotel.
Great business hotel, I had a couple of very enjoyable stays at the Dusit. My thoughts to those caught up in the recent atrocities.