Sunny days and clear skies make July through October the best time to visit Kenya. These months are exceptional for checking out the wildlife. A significant number of safari adventures are offered all around the country. Just mind that the most popular parks are extremely crowded during the high season. Fewer mosquitoes and stunning pristine beaches are also the unconditional pros of visiting Kenya in the summer.
As the wet season kicks in during November, the rates become significantly lower. Late fall and winter bring short and sharp showers contrasting with a series of continuous rains from March to May. The temperatures are mild all across Kenya in those days, not to mention the landscapes are lovely and green. You are very likely to witness flamingoes on the Rift Valley Lakes or Gloriosa lilies in bloom.
Witness one of the greatest miracles of the world
Go on safari when there is the scarcity of water to see the most of animals at once
See the wildebeast migration from the flying balloon
Witness the gentle giants—whale sharks during their migration
Kenya is one of the best tea growing regions with a swirl of volcanic taste.
Birding in Kenya is a superb and mesmerizing activity.
Kenyan coffee is definitely world's new favourite. Delicate and vibrant, it brings the taste of Africa with a little hint of lemon and blackberry.
With over 1000 underwater species, diving in Kenya becomes extraordinary.
Kenya is the perfect destination for beach holiday and safari adventure combined.
Safari is so much more than just lions, rhinos or even elephants. Try snake safari instead!
One of the most mesmerizing water creatures, manta rays are also the least-known
One of the most beautiful flowers on Earth, an orchid is the biggest product at the Kenyan flower market
A herbaceous plant that is as toxic as beautiful
The toughest terrain, classical cars, speechless beauty—the rally not to forget!
Join the off-road motor competition for the good cause of saving the environment
If you need some cuteness while on safari, go now!
Dhow and donkey races, as well as ancient games and music, everything specific to Lamu culture is waiting for you now!
There are just a few spots on our planet which can boast 1.5 million flamingos colony
The three day celebration of multicultural Kenya
Second highest African mountain is a home to diverse animals and beautiful landscapes.
Extremely noisy, full of adrenaline, a vibrant cultural event in Kakamega will change your view on fun
Run 42 kilometres with best marathoners of the world
Looks like donkey racing can become your next favorite activity in Kenya!
Witness the ancient dhow race in Kenya during the New Year's celebration
Discover 500 kilometers of coastline on the Indian Ocean
Competing for the most divine avocado, Kenya is among most promising producers.
Kenya has become one of the biggest exporters of roses that bloom year round
An Islamic holiday celebrating the birth of the Prophet Mohammed
Rugby in Kenya is a major event that annually brings much excitement in Nairobi
Coffee is not just a drink, it is also a wonderful flower
Dolphins are often regarded as super smart and cute. Check if it's true on Wasini island
Cycling the adventurous African terrain will bring the pages of "National Geographic" to life