14 DECEMBER, 2023
Kenya recently announced that it will abolish visa requirements for all global visitors beginning January 2024.
Kenya, nestled in East Africa, is known for its beauty and captivating diversity. And now that it will be visa-free, if you're planning to visit it next year, we have a complete itinerary for you.
In Nairobi (where you'll land) you can visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust to see elephants, the Giraffe Centre for up-close encounters with giraffes, and finally the Karen Blixen Museum.
PHOTO: AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK
Travel to Amboseli, known for its elephants and stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Enjoy a game drive to spot elephants, lions, cheetahs, and diverse birdlife.
Yes, it is the same place where Ranbir Kapoor proposed to Alia Bhatt. Maasai Mara is one of the world's best national parks to spot a wide range of wildlife.
PHOTO: MAASAI MARA
Start your day with a hot air balloon safari, offering a bird's eye view of the sweeping plains and wildlife below. Next day, you can visit a Maasai village to learn about their rich culture.
PHOTO: LAKE NAKURU
Lake Nakuru is a saline lake in the Great Rift Valley of eastern Africa. It's located in west-central Kenya and is known for its flamingos, rhinos, and diverse bird species.
On your Day 6, visit Lake Naivasha for a boat safari, to spot hippos and birdlife. You can also explore Hell's Gate National Park for scenic hikes and biking.
Finally, on your last day, conclude your trip with a visit to Kazuri Beads Factory for souvenirs before departing Nairobi. Don't forget to try the local cuisine.