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The holiday season is beckoning and the first though is “where are we going this year?” Mombasa and the whole of coastal Kenya will be populated by Nairobians and that doesn’t scream relaxation. Other than the coast, here a few places that you can visit without a visa as a Kenyan, in no particular order:
Our Eastern African
Ethiopia- apart from their really good coffee and a bunch of historical sites, a place to visit is Erta Ale.
Eritrea- while in Eritrea, pay a visit Massawa it is a port city in Eritrea, on Africa's Red Sea coast. In the old
Tanzania- Mt Kilimanjaro isn’t the only attraction in Tanzania, the Ngorongoro crater is an amazing site to visit.
Uganda- the land of bananas offers amazing wildlife and forestry not seen anywhere else in Africa. A key place to visit is
Rwanda- the land of a thousand hills has a number of national parks. One of the prominent ones is the Volcanoes National park that acts as a reserve for gorillas and monkeys.
Burundi- A key place to visit while in Burundi is The Chutes de la Kagera (Kagera Falls or Chutes de la Karera) a spectacular series of waterfalls in
Rest of Africa
Here are the rest of the African nations that allow Kenyans to travel
Ghana- Apart from the amazing music and food, Ghana is famous for the historical site. One of the prominent ones is the Cape Coast Castle whereby slaves were held.
Namibia- a place that should not miss in your visit to Namibia is Twyfelfontein. It is a site of ancient rock engravings consisting of a spring in a
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Lesotho- the quiet little southern Africa nation holds one of the only two ski resorts in Southern Africa. Is it called Afriski Mountain Resort located near the border of Lesotho and South Africa
Mauritius- apart from the amazing beaches, Mauritius houses the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam Botanical Garden, commonly known as the Pamplemousses Botanical Garden. It the oldest botanical garden in the Southern Hemisphere
Swaziland- Kings bridal ceremony aside, Swaziland is a land of many wonders. The nation has a number of
Zimbabwe- apart from the many parks and reserves, Zimbabwe houses Great Zimbabwe, a ruined city that was the capital of the Kingdom of Zimbabwe in the late Iron age. It is said to have housed the monarchs of that time and it is seen as a symbol of power.
Benin- a place to visit while in Benin is the
We don’t know about you, but our bags are packed and ready for an adventure. Shall we meet at the airport?