... Africa, on Mount Kenya. Because Kenya meets all the expectations that tourists are looking at the mythical Africa, the Africa of our dreams with small, one that hides the great scenery of the legendary explorations and hunts, and today the big winner by for nature conservation.
Kenya is home to Lake Nakuru National Park in June hosts the world's largest population of flamingos, with a staggering 1 million individuals. His neighbor, Lake Elementaita is like 'the Garden of Eden,' a small soda lake where flamingos also live, but with the particularity of possessing beautiful backdrop of emerald green hills
No less important is Lake Naivasha, located at the entrance of the Great Rift Valley, a haven for hippos and bird watching, and even crocodiles. Close by is the legendary Mount Kenya, a dormant volcano that boasts the second highest mountain in Africa, protected as a National Park because of its unique vegetation.
Kenya lies the other side of the coin on the beaches of emerald waters. Mombasa is the pearl of the coastal tourism, a separate island from the mainland by two creeks and which amongst other things by Fort Jesus, the Central Market and of course for its endless white sand beaches.
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LEOPARDO - KENIA