The 5,190m mountain is the second highest volcanic mountain in Africa and thus attracts tourists by its various scenic appearance including the snow on its peak...
Mount Kenya attracts a higher percentage of both local and international tourists.The rich volcanic soil The highest peaks of the mountain are Batian, Nelion and Point Lenana.
Its rugged ice-capped summits and cloud-forested mid-slopes form one of the most impressive east African landscapes. It has twelve remnant glaciers, all receding rapidly, and four secondary peaks at the head of steep glacial valleys.
The lake's abundance of algae used to attract a vast quantity of flamingos that famously lined the shore providing a scenic view for tourists
3. Lamu Town
Lamu Island was an integral part of a Kenyan adventure for many decades, but safety concerns have deterred visitors in recent years.
Lamu Island is a fabulous place to visit any time of year, but for the unsurpassed seaside vacation on the Indian Ocean, we recommend that you visit during the two dry seasons that begins in July and ends in October and also January through February. 4.Samburu
In northern Kenya, samburu national reserve is considered one of the best safari destinations in the country. This region is also home to the Samburu people, distinctive tribespeople famed for their many strands of brightly colored beaded jewelry.
These attracts tourists both locally and internationally
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