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5 Hidden Attractions In Kenya You Never Knew Existed

Kenya has some of the best secret places to visit that most people are not aware of.

Here i will share with you the 5 most secret places you can Visit.

1)Buxton Tunnel In Limuru.

The Buxton Tunnel in Limuru is among the longest and oldest train tunnels in Kenya.

The tunnel is estimated to be around 2 kilometres and attracts adventure seekers from around the country and beyond.

Few Visitors however cover 50-100 metres into the Tunnel because the tunnel is very frightening.

Those who want to cover the entire distance are offered Police protection.

2)God's FootPrint.

Another wonder is the Lwayu Lwa Mulungu tourist site in Lunga lunga 5 kms from Lunga lunga town.

The residents believe that God walked on the rock leaving the mark since no human could possess such a long foot.

3)The Mida Creek.

This 32km2 Creek has wide healthy beds of seargrass and Coral,home to many species of fish and feeding for turtles.

Mida is a stopover point for many migratory birds and an essential protected area for their survival.

4)Mzima Springs.

The source is a natural underground reservoir located beneath the Chyulu hills range and it flows into one of the tributaries for the Tsavo river.

Some of the attractions you may find here include a hiking path,ponds and springs.

5)Marafa-Hells Kitchen.

Marafa-Hell's kitchen is an incredible natural wonder that is easily accessible from Malindi.

It's remote enough to give you an incredible unspoilt experience in the Wilds of the rural Kenyan Coast.

The depression warns the dangers of excessive living through the white and red as told by the locals.

Godfrey Munoko.

Content created and supplied by: GodfreyMunoko (via Opera News )

Buxton Tunnel Limuru Lwayu Lwa Mulungu Mida Tunnel


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