Lonely Planet's Kenya is our most comprehensive guide that extensively covers all the country has to offer, with recommendations for both popular and lesser-known experiences. Gaze at a million wildebeest migrating across Masai Mara; get close to big cats; or hike through the national parks; all with your trusted travel companion.
Inside Lonely Planet's Kenya Travel Guide:
Lonely Planet's Top Picks - a visually inspiring collection of the destination's best experiences and where to have them
Itineraries help you build the ultimate trip based on your personal needs and interests
Local insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - whether it's history, people, music, landscapes, wildlife, politics
Eating and drinking - get the most out of your gastronomic experience as we reveal the regional dishes and drinks you have to try
Adventure Sports Planning feature
Toolkit - all of the planning tools for solo travellers, LGBTQIA+ travellers, family travellers and accessible travel
Colour maps and images throughout
Language - essential phrases and language tips
Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots
Covers Nairobi, Southeastern Kenya, Mombasa and the South Coast, Lamu and the North Coast, Southern Rift Valley, Masai Mara and Western Kenya, Central Highlands and Laikipia, Northern Kenya, and more
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