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Sacred Mijikenda Kaya Forest

Sacred Mijikenda Kaya Forest – located 7 hours (470 km) southeast of Nairobi, this area consist of 11 separate forest sites. It is yet another 16th century phenomenon with remains of several fortified villages locally known as Kayas (formed by the Mijikenda people). The land occupies 200 km and is famed for bearing a living […]

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Watamu Marine National Park

Watamu Marine National Park – located 90 miles north of Mombasa (along the Kenya’s north coast), this park is part of a complex of marine and tidal habitats with rich and diverse bird life, fish, turtles and dugongs. With a species list almost as big as the Great Barrier Reef, Watamu National Park is home […]

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Tsavo National Park

Tsavo National Park – located in the country’s Coast province (between Nairobi and Mombasa, Tsavo is actually made up of two separate parks: Tsavo East National Park and Tsavo West National Park. Tsavo East’s features: generally flat terrain, with dry plains across which the Galana River flows. Other features include the Yatta Plateau and Lugard […]

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Olorgesailie Prehistoric Site

Olorgesailie Prehistoric Site (near Lake Magadi) – located 70 km outside of Nairobi, this is one of Kenya’s major archaeological sites — an area of intensive habitation and activity by a population of Homo erectus, around 500,000 years ago. The digs here have uncovered plenty of fossils, tools and early artifacts. The site is open […]

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Mombasa Marine Park

Mombasa Marine Park – located off the coast of Mombasa Beach, this offshore marine park lies between the Mtwapa and Tudor Creeks and its blue waters are ideal for wind surfing, water skiing, snorkeling and diving. They also provide a home to a colorful variety of marine species including crabs, starfish, stone fish, cucumbers sea […]

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Malindi

Malindi – a two-hour drive from Mombasa, this is perhaps the country’s most popular beach, attracting deep pocketed travelers. The beach strips north of Malindi are open to the ocean (attracting surfers), while the coastal areas to its south include Malindi Marin National Park (a haven for divers). Trendy seaside resorts like Che Shale are […]