While some people are looking forward to experiencing the hustle and bustle of city life like New York and Paris, there are those who are looking for the perfect paradise, with a chance to see the greatness of animals in their natural habitat.
Kenya is known for its savannah and safaris. This is the place where you can see a landscape that you can only see in movies like The Lion King.
Today, we will show you two of the ultimate reasons why you should visit Kenya if true, and natural paradise is in your bucket list.
A High Density of Wildlife
Kenya is the definitive place to see wild animals in their natural habitat. If you visit at the right time of the year, you will witness the massive migration of wildebeests while you float on a hot air balloon.
On top of this, the safari is a reserve that houses a wild diversity of wildlife. Here, you can marvel at the sheer size of elephants in the Amboseli National Park.
Guaranteed, you cannot help but take photos of them as the sunset silhouettes their figures against a mountain backdrop—the great Mount Kilimanjaro.
It is in the Kenyan Safari where you will see the grace of giraffes, the agility of antelopes and zebras, and the lazy basking of hippos in various bodies of water.
And yes, if you want to see something more exciting, prepare to see a bloody hunt. It is in Kenya where you may have a chance to witness how powerful predators like lions and cheetahs attack their prey with a purpose.
A Collection of Ancient Artifacts
It is widely accepted in the scientific community that Africa is the cradle of human life. This is where life began, and evidence after evidence confirm this theory.
What if you can see it for yourself?
All people who have an involvement with archaeology and paleontology come to Kenya to dig and find the earliest artifacts of human life.
You do not have to dig yourself, as these artifacts are carefully preserved for you to see in Lake Turkana. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is dubbed as the Cradle of Mankind.
Here, you must never forget to visit the Kobi Fora where you can see ancient relics that are more than 3 million years old!
The other site that you should not miss is the Mfangano Island in Lake Victoria. In it, you can explore the Mawanga Cave where you can see how ancient human beings have carved paintings on the rocks.
These paintings are thousands of years old, and you will wonder at how human beings had had a taste of art even before they discovered how to make brushes!
Lastly, make sure you visit the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. This is where you can find the oldest paintings in Kenya that date back to 3,000 years. These paintings show how early humans have tinkered with geometric patterns and circles!
A paradise is priceless. It used to be that you can only see this on TV, but not anymore.
If this is what you are looking for, then the Kenyan Safari is the ultimate destination where you can see and feel the majestic presence of lions, elephants, and marvel at the sheer number of wildebeests, zebras and cheetahs on the prowl!