If you’re planning a safari holiday this year and are ready to delve deeper into what Kenya has to offer, here are suggestions on how you can go off the beaten track across the country while taking advantage of what makes it such a special place power. Giraffe Manor, a boutique hotel in Nairobi’s Karen district that has become very popular thanks to this unique giraffe encounter. The Reteti Wildlife Sanctuary was created by and for the indigenous community and not as a result of foreign intervention. Therefore, the cultural nuances that impact wildlife conservation are easy to understand and incorporate into elephant support programs. Kilimanjaro may be the continent’s most famous mountain, but it’s not the only one in Africa that offers an exhilarating climb. Mount Kenya – after which the country is named – has three craggy peaks, and climbing them is an off-the-beaten-track adventure, usually less expensive than climbing Kili and undoubtedly less crowded. South of Mombasa is Diani Beach, a top spot for snorkeling and exploring the coral reef, while to the north, Watamu is a destination for all types of surfers.
SOURCE: CN TRAVELER