30-09-2017 by redazione
Kenya is one of the most varied and extraordinarily rich in unique opportunities, excitement for everyone and attractions for any type of adventure enthusiast or expert. If for many people the African country is above all synonymous with wild nature, relaxation and immersion in a world opposite the western one, it is becoming increasingly a destination also for those who want to experience "strong sensations" or dedicate themselves to extreme sports, as well as enjoy unprecedented shows from incredible views.
Here is a list of ten organized adventures that Kenya can offer to tourists and travelers.
1 MOUNTAIN BIKE IN HELL'S GATE
The Hell's Gate National Park in Naivasha, offers the possibility of an unprecedented safari riding a mountain bike following some of its slopes, preceded by a ranger-guide. Being on two wheels in a real African reserve where you can meet giraffes, gazelles, zebras, buffaloes and maybe even the lion, makes this "pedalling" a safari absolutely adrenalin!
2 KITE-SURF IN CHE SHALE
In the pristine beach of Che Shale, twenty kilometers north of Malindi, the eco-lodge is run by fans of the first hour of Kite-Surfing that here is exalted by the free sea without barrier and by a wind always ideal for those who love this sport, making it the ideal place throughout the coast.
3 SAGANA RAFTING
The Rapids Camp in Sagana is not far from Nairobi. There, the waterfalls of the rising Tana River offer a natural scenery that fits into the Kirinyaga forest. Natural paradise suitable for extreme rafting enthusiasts, with rapids and rough routes to enjoy those who love strong sensations.
4 PARAPENDATIONS IN BORANA
From Borana Lodge, in the middle of the northern Rift Valley and not far from the amazing Lewa Conservancy, paragliding rides are organized over the enchanting scenery of Samagua Valley. An electrifying experience that adds to the many emotions that can be felt in that area.
5 JET-SKIING IN KILIFI CREEK
The inlet of Kilifi, between Malindi and Mombasa, opens the view to an unspoilt world of mangrove marine forests, islets and coves to explore. One of the funniest and most reckless ways to do this is with the White Star watercraft, staying in the original houseboat.
6 ZIP LINING IN THE KEREITA FOREST
In the forest of Kereita, not far from the capital city of Nairobi, towards the mountains of Aberdare, in addition to the spectacle of caves and unspoilt nature, a zip line has been built, that is an aerial cable, of 2 km that overlooks the forest and allows fans to stay suspended in the void and experience a unique drink.
7 DIANI PARACHUTING
In the beautiful seaside resort of the Kenyan South Coast, you can jump on parachute from Ukunda airport and float over the marine park and coral reef, with the Shimba Hills show in the background. Then land on the white strip of sand that during the low tide is very wide. Adrenaline a thousand!
8 CLIMBING FREE ON KENYA Mounting
Kenya's highest mountain offers unique and breathtaking scenery, but also walls and rocks that have always attracted experienced or professional climbers and free climbing enthusiasts. To avoid great dangers, there are particularly challenging routes that make climbing unforgettable in the mountain kingdom of Kenya.
9 QUAD AND BUGGIES IN SIRIKOI
On the slopes of Mount Kenya and at the gates of the extraordinary Lewa Conservancy, you can book quad or dune-duggie excursions between the rugged terrain of the land of the Rendille, where you can meet elephants, antelopes and leopards and pass through the ancestral villages of this rural tribe.
10 BUNJEE JUMPING IN THE KIRINYAGA FOREST
In the Kirinyaga forest, not far from the rapids of Sagana, you can also experience the thrill of Bunjee Jumping, launching over the waterfalls of the Tana River. Emotion passed perhaps a little fashionable, but still one of the historical "heart in your throat".
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