Kenya is blessed with many remarkable places to see and things to do. The most popular include:
(http://www.kws.org/parks/parks_reserves/LNNP.html ) for bird and other wildlife
Hells Gate National Park and Mt Longonot
(http://www.kws.org/parks/parks_reserves/HGNP.html ) in the Great Rift Valley. Spectacular scenery coupled with wildlife and hiking make this a popular destination for tourists
http://www.kws.org/parks/parks_reserves/KNFR.html This is a tropical rain forest in western Kenya famous for its biodiversity, particularly the abundance of birds and orchids
http://www.kenya-advisor.com/masai-mara.html internationally renowned for its savanna plains rich in wildlife. The annual wildebeest migration is one of the worlds great wonders. This is also an opportunity to see and meet with the Maasai people on their traditional lands.
http://www.kws.org/parks/parks_reserves/AMNP.html in southern Kenya is considered the best place to observe large elephant herds and other wildlife.
Samburu and Samburu National Park
http://www.samburucouncil.com/reserves.htm : a semi arid region of northern Kenya and an opportunity to see some unique species including the long necked gerenuk and the grevy zebra. Samburu is also home to the nomadic Samburu people who cling closely to their traditional styles and customs.
http://whc.unesco.org/en/list/39 and Olduvai Gorge http://www.ngorongorocrater.org/oldupai.html in Northern Tanzania are considered by some to be one of the seven natural wonders of the world. This gorge is considered the seat of humanity due to fossil finds in the area, and there is magnificent wildlife viewing in the crater
http://www.serengeti.org/ in Tanzania hosts the great mammal migration on the traditional lands of the Maasai people.
http://www.tanzaniaparks.com/manyara.html is considered by Ernest Hemmingway to be ‘the loveliest lake in Africa
Mohakin Safaris will tailor a trip to your needs, visiting as many of these sights are your time allows.