Kenya, which lies in East Africa has a lot to offer. The various national parks and wilderness are the leading tourist
Malindi is another
Lamu archipelago is another peaceful and beautiful place to visit. There are two main Islands in the archipelago, namely Lamu and Manda. The main means of transport in these two areas is the donkey. One common thing with these two Islands is their long beaches, ideal for picnic and relaxation under the hot sun. Manda Bay is a sanctuary for many wildlife mammals, butterflies, reptiles and different types of birds. As you tour the Lamu Island, you will see some ancient architecture, mango and coconut plantations. Famous activities in Lamu include; sailing, fishing, snorkeling, diving and exploring the long beaches.
Marsabit National Park is the most remote national park in Kenya, located in a desert region. The park is a forested mountain rising up out of the surrounding desert. It is a habitat home to wildlife such as lion, leopard, cheetah, rhino, giraffe, hyena, warthog, elephant and the antelope. You can camp in the park for better game viewing and photography. The small town of Marsabit has basic facilities including a bank, petrol station, post office, airport, restaurants and shops.
Kisumu, the third largest town in Kenya is a business and transportation hub. This town is in an area of intensive agriculture, valleys, green hills, thick forest and mountains. Kisumu town is located in the eastern shores of lake Victoria. You can reach the town by road, rail, boat or air. The Kisumu Museum is a famous