Kajiado
Kenya
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Things To Do in Kajiado

4.5/5
87 Reviews
Canyon
Geological Sites
飓风过处 伏草唯存Kenya, a country across the equator in East Africa, is not the heat that is usually thought of as a very hot climate. In fact, most of the country has a pleasant four-season climate. The Rift Valley is also located on the equator, and of course, it is not just a country across Kenya.
4.7/5
97 Reviews
National Park
诗意情节In Amposelli, I didn't expect to see the lion SUV all the way. I saw wildlife from time to time. Amposelli is an elephant's paradise. There are many elephant groups here, and I can see many birds. I can also see sand and dust tornadoes in 9/10 months of the year.
4.7/5
16 Reviews
Mountain
非你不渴The top of Mount Kilimanjaro, which is close to the equator, is covered with snow all year round, and the mountains are beautiful. Amboseli National Park is located in an area of 392 square kilometers. It is close to the misty summit of Africa-Mount Kilimanjaro. Lots of tourists who come to visit. Amboseli means "dry lake".
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4.4/5
105 Reviews
Grassland
Ancient Settlement
E41***78Visiting the Masai Vollage outside Masai Mara Nature Reserve not only makes you feel that you traveled back in time but also gives you an amazing sense of admiration for the tribe and its traditions. You receive an authentic experience as the people open up their homes to welcome you in.
Nearby City
4.5/5
89 Reviews
National Park
Zoo
_FB***06I was here I had a lovely time I would visit again I’ve never been so close to wild animals before n felt so safe at the same time
Nearby City
4.4/5
76 Reviews
Zoo
Nature Reserve
E27***92We visited in February, it was a great experience! Entry for foreigners costs 1500 KSH and they do NOT accept cash. You can feed the giraffes food pellets and they are very inquisitive. They're soft to touch! There are also warthogs running around them. We happened to be there when a guy gave an educational talk about the different species of giraffes, very interesting.