20 Best Things To Do In Kenya | Traveler by Unique

1. Hell’s Gate

Hell's gate

Hell’s Gate National Park is a smaller park. Full of breathtaking scenery and wildlife such as lions and leopards that you can view as you explore the park.


2. Malindi

The shallow, clear waters of the beach is a perfect place for family fun, under the sun. There are many coral reefs for diving as well as many other water-sports.


3. Finix Casino

Play the slots for a night of fun at the Finix Casino in Kenya. Lots of games, slots and roulette tables are ready to be played all evening long.


4. Galleria Shopping Mall

A large retail mall with department stores, fashion stores and plenty of entertainment for the whole family. There are also many well-known restaurants at the Galleria.


5. Mount Kenya

mount kenya

Hike the lush trails of Mount Kenya for breathtaking views. The second largest mountain located in all of Africa, Mount Kenya is an amazing view on its own.


6. Lake Naivasha

A wonderful and relaxing spot to enjoy the natural wildlife in Kenya. Leopards, lions and rhinos can all be spotted at Lake Naivasha.


7. The Hub Karen

The Hub Karen

Shop the stores at The Hub Karen mall and recreations centre. Included in the mall are a gym, restaurants, entertainment and many retail stores.


8. Maasai Market

For unique items such as jewellery, home decor, fabrics and clothing be sure to visit one of Kenya’s Maasai Markets.


9. Paradise Lost

A treat for nature lovers, Paradise Lost has plenty of birds and ostriches, camping, horse back riding, cave exploring and a gorgeous waterfall.


10. Kariokor Market

Over 200 stalls with venters selling wholesale items. Shoes, jewellery, belts, purses and decor can be found at the Kariokor Market.


11. Sarit Center

A popular shopping stop located in Nairobi. Many retail stores, banks, resultants a gym and a bank are all located inside the large Sarit Center.


12. Kisite Marine Park

This park has great beaches and plenty of site seeing. The marine park is full of sea life, gorgeous coral reefs, with dolphins and turtles, making it popular for scuba divers.


13. Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary

Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary

Learn about the endangered black rhinos at the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary. The best time to visit is during the night time to catch a glimpse at the rhinos as they come out to graze.


14. Lamu Museum

Located on the beautiful waterfront is the Lamu Museum in Kenya. A great place to visit with the family, to learn more about the Swahili culture.


15. Amboseli National Park

One of Kenya’s spectacular National Parks, the Amboseli National Park is known for the many herds of elephants as well as roaming wildebeest and zebra. There are well over 350 species of birds and the most beautiful view of Mt. Kilimanjaro.


16. Mzima Springs

Mzima Springs

Kenya’s fresh oasis which produces millions of water daily, watering the locals. Walk the nice path to the springs and enjoy the wildlife and variety of birds.


17. Nairobi National Park

One of the smallest national parks in Africa, the Nairobi park is easily accessed as it is just outside of the city. Wildlife viewing is ideal and the park has many options for safaris and nature walks.


18. Giraffe Center

Hand feed and interact with the endangered giraffes at the Giraffe Center. Located in the Nairobi National park, the conservation is full of friendly giraffes waiting for visitors.


19. Scuba Diving

The warm waters of Kenya offer scuba divers a diverse variety of marine life. Scuba diving can be done off the beach or there are many tours that head out daily to the deeper waters.


20. Lamu Island

Lamu Island

Enjoy the natural, unspoiled side of Kenya’s expansive coastline on Lamu Island. The charming town is full of pathways to guide you around the island, which makes a relaxing walk.