If you love fun and adventure, Kenya is a melting pot with an endless array of activities and destinations that promise undiluted fun.
East Africa has unusual, exotic, remote and wilderness attractions that meet the expectations and tastes of varied enthusiasts of fun and adventure. The region has an array of activities and destinations that promise that fun and adrenaline kind of adventure.
Enjoy wildlife safaris, bird watching, windsurfing, horseback riding, golfing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, mountain biking, snorkeling, scuba diving, hot air ballooning, mountain climbing, hiking, fishing, , gorilla trekking, heritage & cultural tours, white water rafting, deep sea diving &fishing, water sports, rock climbing, bungee jumping, paragliding, sky diving, zip lining just to mention a few. There is something for everyone.
Most of our tourist sites in East Africa are supported by a functioning infrastructure that allows tourists to access sites and move around with ease and comfort. The region can be accessed by air or road, while Tanzania and Kenya are additionally accessible by sea. The region is connected to the world by a network of international airports, most of which are located in or adjacent to the region’s major cities. Smaller airports and airstrips take tourists closer to the national parks and reserves, coastal towns and business hubs.
The region is also in the process of implementing the East African Community criteria for classification of hotels, restaurants and other tourist facilities to ensure that the destination operates on common standards. East Africa community boasts of diversity in world class facilities ranging from Airports, national parks and reserves, marine parks and reserves, conservancies and ranches, golf courses, conference facilities, tented camps and various spa resorts, hotels and lodges
Responsible and sustainable tourism practices are ingrained in the travel and tourism industry in East Africa to ensure that these attractions are available for present and future use.
The region is in the process of harmonizing policies and legislation on wildlife conservation and management and adopting a regional approach to the protection of wildlife resources against poaching and the illegal trade of wildlife products. Additionally, there is a regional initiative towards incorporating communities in tourism as a conservation model.