This section will discuss the world wonders in Kenya that are worth checking out when you travel there.
The Masai Mara National Reserve can be found in the south-west of Kenya. This reserve covers an area of 12000 sq km which includes grasslands and savannas. There are several national parks inside this reserve including Shaba National Reserve. The reserve has a diverse population of animals including lions, black rhino’s, cheetahs and leopards. This is a must see if you want to see some fantastic wildlife while visiting Kenya.
The first stop of the tour is the Nairobi National Museum. It houses a variety of exhibits on natural and human heritage as well as art and culture.
One of the most popular displays is the skeleton of a giant elephant that roamed Kenya in prehistoric times.
Next visitors explore some of Kenya's most famous landmarks - Parliament, Uhuru Highway, and the Old Town.
A little further down on Moi Avenue visitors can find more museums, including one that features an exhibit on Kenyan wildlife and another that celebrates Kenyan design and fashion.
Nairobi National Museum: The first stop of the tour is the Nairobi National Museum. It houses a variety of exhibits on natural and human heritage as well as art and culture. One of the most popular displays is the skeleton
The Great Rift Valley is located in Kenya. It spans over 6,500 kilometers from the Red Sea to Lake Malawi.
The valley is home to an incredible number of world wonders. The most notable are the northernmost reaches of the mountain range, Mount Kilimanjaro with its snow-capped peak and expansive glaciers, and Mount Longonot with its beautiful volcanic cone sitting on top of a limestone hill.
Kenya is famous for being home to some of the world's most fantastic sights. From the Northern most reaches of the Great Rift Valley, where you can find Mount Kilimanjaro's snow-capped peak and vast glaciers, to Mount Longonot with its beautiful volcanic cone sitting atop a limestone hill.
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