Honeymoon in Kenya - Choose Kenya for an adventure packed travel destination.
Honeymoon in Kenya
Kenya is a very popular tourist destination amongst visitors. Kenya honeymoon safari tour packages offer one of the best wildlife experience in the world. There are many beautiful mountains, deserts and beaches in Kenya which add up for a perfect honeymoon destination. Wildlife safaris are a major attraction of Kenya and a visit to the famous national parks of Kenya such as Masai Mara National Reserve, Meru National Park, Kora National Park and Sibloi National Park leave an excellent impression on its visitors.
We have captured some of the best destinations inside Kenya and other useful information about this beautiful African nation. Contact our tour planner and ask for a tour request, price quotation, itinerary suggestions and booking related information. Also check out the suggested tour packages and other honeymoon packages to get the best deals on your honeymoon vacations to Kenya.
Places to Visit
First picture which comes to one's mind while remembering of Kenya is wildlife safari. Kenyan national parks have earned reputation all over the world, most famous among whom is Masai Mara. One can watch huge elephant population in Amboseli National Park. White Rhino is the most famous residence of Lake Nakuru National Park. You can see lions lazing in any of the parks for Africa is the country of lions.
Other well-known national parks of Africa are Mount Kenya National Park, Tsavo West National Park, Aberdare National Park, Shimba Hills National Reserve and Shaba Game Reserve.
Serengeti migration is something which happens nowhere else in the world. Thousands of wildebeests move collectively and on the way they are joined by massive herds of zebras and gazelles. Migrating animals move clockwise in circular route. Serengeti migration is annual and peaks in different parts of Kenya at different time. Whenever the moving herbivores cross path with lions, they provide them with nice feast.
If you plan your honeymoon in Kenya in such a way that you and the moving animals are on the same place at same time, it would be highly rewarding.
Kenyan beaches, although on lower pedestal than its wildlife, can challenge the beaches of any other part of the world. Eastern boundary of the country is an unbroken line of blue, an azure strip of ocean lying within the protective shelter of reef. The Kenyan coastline is the coming together of soft white sands and gentle sea breeze. Here you can mark the passing of a day by the slow arc of the sun. The lifestyle on the beaches is slow, languid and relaxed.
Best Kenyan Destinations
Masai Mara National Reserve - Wildlife
Amboseli National Park - Wildlife
Samburu National Reserve - Wildlife
Tsavo National Park - Wildlife
Aberdare National Park - Wildlife
Mount Kenya - Mountain Climbing
Lake Nakuru - Wildlife and Bird life
While in Kenya you can shop for conventional music instruments, wooden carvings, soapstone carvings, jewelry, and accessories like pins, spears, canes etc. Wood items are made of ebony wood, which makes for impressive mixture of black and brown. Seasoned artists give the wood elegant finishing. Soapstone carvings, or Kissi stone, would beautify your drawing room. Skilled craftsmen carve each piece with knives or handmade tools. African jewelry in not only beautiful but also symbolic.
The Kenyans can be divided in more than 70 tribal groups. Main language of the people is Swahili, but other tribal languages are also spoken. As per the religious beliefs, you would find mixture of Christians, Muslims and the followers of ancestral tribal ways. The Kenyans love to hip hop and their music style is known as Benga. Ugali is the national dish of Kenya. It is a cornmeal cooked with water to thick paste. Kenya eat green vegetables regularly. Best Kenyan cuisine can be found in coastal areas.