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Our Top Valentine's Day Ideas for Travel Lovers In Kenya


In life, it's not where you go, but who you travel with that makes it all the more exciting. What better way to spend your Valentine’s than with that special person exploring Kenya’s magical destinations. Whether you fancy the calming azure waters, or prefer the expansive and enchanting wild, Kenya has a little something for everyone and the wanderlust bug can set good ground to help you celebrate the wonder of love.

  • Go on a stunning city safari
    The Nairobi National Park is just a short drive from the central business district. If you’ve never been, here’s your chance to visit the ONLY national park within a capital city in the world. Have a moment to be one with mother nature and get an opportunity to capture beautiful moments against a stunning background of the Nairobi's skyline. The main attractions in the park include four of the big five animals. There are picnic facilities, where you can enjoy a cozy meal with your special person. While you’re here, make a point of visiting the Nairobi Animal Orphanage. It's dedicated to the care and protection of rescued and vulnerable wildlife. Not only is this a romantic idea, but you also won't have to break the bank to pull it off.
  • Go wild in the Mara
    Going further down south of the capital, you will find the Maasai Mara National Reserve, which has the most diverse wildlife on the continent. In fact, the BBC’s Big Cat Diary shoots from this location. We strongly believe that a trip to the Mara should be on your bucket list. From early morning game drives, bush dinners, relaxing nature walks and a lot more, we totally think your Valentine will be completely floored with a safari package to this destination. An all-inclusive package to the luxurious and exclusive The Spirit of The Mara will definitely seal the deal (Don't ask us what deal).

  • Discover the wonders of Watamu Watamu Marine National Park and Reserve welcomes you to an untouched marine world. This park on the North Coast region is home to beautiful coral gardens that give a safe nesting site for lots of fauna. Deep within the tropical forest of the park, you will find the historic Gede Ruins, a medieval city that existed sometime around the 13th century. Discover the artifacts and mysteries surrounding the city’s rise and fall. Activities such as snorkeling, diving, skiing, surfing, and a simple sunbath are perfect for bonding with your special someone. Make sure you take a ride on the glass-bottomed boats to get a better view of the marine wildlife.
  • Enjoy the enchanting tropical island of Lamu
    We’ve heard that once you visit Lamu, you’ll never want to leave. Unlike other tourist destinations, Lamu’s culture has remained unchanged, and the main attraction, it’s Old town still remains a mystery and is quite fascinating. As luck would have it, we're heading down to Lamu this Valentine's. Immerse yourself into this idyllic island and have a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

  • Dine under the stars
    It’s been said before that the way to man’s tummy is through food but really, I think everyone appreciates a good meal. If all the above fails, remember this — Food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate. A night of fine dining coupled with a few glasses of wine to wash it all down is your classic way of expressing your love. That said, do make your bookings in advance to avoid the last minute rush.
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