Travelling to Maasai Mara National Park is one of the highly treasured by foreign tourists and as well the local lovers of natural spectacles. Considered one of the world\'s biggest wonders due to its rich wildlife (beautiful animals), Maasai Mara attracts thousands of visitors every year, contributing highly to Kenya\'s tourism revenue collections.
Hotel and accommodation in this exciting area is awesome, thanks to the great hotels and restaurants available. Below is a list of some of the classy hotels and camping sites in Maasai Mara:
Amani Mara Lodge
The big five are recognized as the most dangerous animals in planet. They include the lion, rhino, leopard, elephant and buffalo.
Lions weigh about 225kg and considered the most dangerous of the five animals. There hunting skills are extraordinary as well as their courage to approach a bigger prey without fe Continue reading ...
This is one of the main tourist attractions in Trans-Nzoia County, with Kitale as its headquarter. The Kitale Nature Conservative is located in a serene environment that is characterized by a cool weather on the outskirts of Kitale town, about 10 kilometres from Kitale town along the Kapenguria Road. The main tourist attractions of this tourist attraction site are natural occurrences.
This serves both the local and international tourists. This tourist attraction is affordable to both the local and international tourists as it involves an affordable entrance and affordable fee charge Continue reading ...
Kenya is one of the biggest tourist destinations in East and Central Africa. Tourists are attracted to Kenya’s warm weather, escaping the chilling cold winters in the temperate countries. Wildlife also attracts tourists. Kenya is well known for its big five which include the leopard, rhino, buffalo, lion and the great elephant. It is very disturbing to realize that four of the ‘big five’ are facing the risk of extinction. Too many of them fall prey to poachers who put their selfish interests first at the expense of the whole tourism and hotel industry.
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While much wildlife in Kenya has a good life, a number of animals are threatened their existence. Here are some of the most important ones. Two of the most important threats to wildlife in Kenya are loss or destruction of their natural habitat due to the spreading farms and cities, and merciless poaching for their exotic horns, skins and bush meat.
Unions and organisations have been created to try and conserve, but it’s our responsibility as Kenyans to protect them. Below are some Kenyan animal species to concern for here in Kenya:
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Tourism is one of the major contributors of Kenya’s economy. Kenya has a variety of tourist attractions including culture of various communities, natural sceneries and a warm climate that attract both local and international tourists. There are numerous destinations across the country cutting across parks, reserves conservancies and many more. The following is a comprehensive list of tourist destination in Kenya.
Amboseli National park
Whitesands beach Hotel, Mombasa
Villa Rosa Kempinski, Nairobi.
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Wildlife is one of the best tourist attractions in the country and it is good if the government took the initiative of ensuring that it caters and solves the various problems facing the wildlfe industyr in the country before making it become less productive.The folloing are some of the major challenges facing wildlife in the country and it is good if the government took the initiative of solving them
Ilegal hunting of animals is taking place in a numebr of gameparks found in the country.Many poachers are invading the parks and end up killng alot of anials that cou Continue reading ...
Kenya wild life college is located in Naivasha which is about 90 kilometers from Nairobi town. It offers various courses in certificate and diploma level, the college is registered with ministry of education science and technology. The courses equip the student with competent skills in wild life conservation, tourism management, management of natural resources.
The institution offers an international course involving management of wetlands, the course takes six weeks and it is full time. The candidate should have at least a National diploma in or its equivalent in areas of wild life Continue reading ...
The natural sceneries of Kenya are breath taking, the landscapes are wonderful. The Kenyan people naturally give a warm welcome to all the foreigners. Kenya has maintained its culture and traditions, the diversity of the wild life and natural resources will keep the Kenyan tourism vibrant forever.
Existence of natural parks and game reserves makes the natural beauty shine more in Kenya, the game parks are surrounded by different communities. The wildlife natural habitats and the birdlife team naturally, this brings beauty in viewing and taking photos of the animal and birds kingdoms Continue reading ...
Wildlife is the most precious that a country can have in terms of tourist attraction. Kenya through their wildlife enjoy a lot of revenue from the wildlife they have present. Kenya has also created national parks and Museums all over the country to preserve these wildlife and ensuring that they are out of danger of poaching and other negative impacts.
Kenya has even gone further to ensure that they have wildlife services to ensure these gorgeous animals have good care and protection. They have set up a Wildlife Services and train these people how to protect and handle these animals. Continue reading ...
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