Kenya is one of the more accessible African holiday destinations; with a good tourist infrastructure, and good value flights, it is a great place to find a holiday rental property or villa in Kenya with a difference. If youre going for a couple of weeks, why not stay in a couple of different holiday villas in Kenya to get a taste of different places. You could stay in a beachfront villa, with a private swimming pool and views of the white sand beaches, or in a wildlife lodge on the edge of one of the reserves where you can be first into the park at dawn in search of the Big 5.
Lined with pristine white sand beaches fringing the warm waters of the Indian Ocean, the Kenyan coast is a holiday makers paradise and perfectly suited for holiday rentals.
Many people visiting Kenya head straight for the international hotel chains, but if youre keen to see the real Kenya, and to experience local people and culture, then what better way to do it than finding a holiday rental property.
Culturally, Kenya has an incredibly diverse population with at least 40 different tribes, each of whom have their own languages and traditions. Most famous of these are the Masai, some of whom still lead a traditional nomadic life as cattle herders. For wildlife enthusiasts, Kenya is a real gem. Aside from the more famous National Parks such as the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, you can also find hyour villa in Kenya near the smaller less touristy parks which are highly recommended, as well as six marine parks in the Indian Ocean. For activity enthusiasts, reaching the summit of Mount Kenya is a challenge in itself, and will certainly earn you a week of R&R on the in a holiday villa on the coast afterwards. The choice of holiday rental villas in Kenya and apartments on the coast is wide. Here you can find coral reefs and white sand beaches, as well as a vast array of watersports and an idyllic beach lifestyle. For a Robinson Crusoe-style holiday, there are idyllic beach huts to stay in as well. Wherever you find your villa in Kenya, you will not be short of things to do and see.