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Kenya holidays reviews and guide.
Holidays for Kenya
The first that comes to mind when All Inclusive Kenya is mentioned is safari. However, you will be surprised to know that you can have a different type of safari during your All Inclusive Kenya and that would involve sport. It should not come as a surprise at all considering that Kenyan’s are known to be athletic and proof of that are the Olympic Games where they always end up with medals. An annual marathon is hosted by a private ranch called Lewa Downs. The marathon will find you running across the plains through the forest and over the hills, while different species watch you.
Get a taste of how to play cricket in the wild during your Kenya Holidays at the 90,000-acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The three-day cricket tournament will be more exciting than the traditional cricket games as this one will be held out in the wilds of Kenya, with the stunning Mount Kenya as a backdrop. Aside from enjoying a game of cricket during your Kenya Holidays, you will also be able to appreciate the wildlife conservancy which provides sanctuary to apes. The 2010 Cricket Competition has however been cancelled so you may try your luck in the next years.
Practising your golf swing during your All Inclusive Kenya will be a real adventure out into a world-class golf course. This can be a side activity when you are in your All Inclusive holidays in Kenya for the real safari. You can expect Kenya’s golf-perfect weather to keep you entertained the whole year round.
Make sure you pack your clubs on your way to your holidays in Kenya. After all, Kenya is one of the most favourite golfing destinations primarily because of the diverse range of courses in the country. Check out the Vipingo Ridge Golf Course during your Kenya All Inclusive which is part of the former sisal estate. All aspects of the golf course follow USGA specifications so you can bet that you will have a fabulous golf safari.