Egypt and Kenya Make for a Rewarding Twin Centre Holidays in Africa

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: Egypt and Kenya, two of the most kaleidoscopic destinations in Africa, boast spectacular natural richness and significant impressions of eras gone by

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Summary Egypt and Kenya, two of the most kaleidoscopic destinations in Africa, boast spectacular natural richness and significant impressions of eras gone by. Read on to know what should be there on the itineraries of holidaymakers boarding flights to enjoy twin centre holidays in these two nations .

Egypt and Kenya Make for a Rewarding Twin Centre Holidays in Africa :

Egypt and Kenya Make for a Rewarding Twin Centre Holidays in Africa The disparities in Africa create an urge in travellers to book flights to undertake twin centre holidays in Kenya and Egypt. The former fascinates wildlife enthusiasts whereas the latter tickles the fancies of history lovers craving to peep into the magnificence of the Egyptian past. The marked difference in sightseeing options might gives a reason to the travellers to rate Egypt over Kenya and vice-versa. However, cultural richness of both these countries creates an urge in holidaymakers to board flights to enjoy twin centre vacation which is sure to be a lifetime experience. Here’s brief rundown of major highlights of Egypt and Kenya. Historical & Other Pursuits of Egypt Until Alexander’s conquest, the Mediterranean world was dominated by the Egyptian civilization which is evident from its Pyramids, the centuries old monuments, located at Giza near the capital city of Cairo. This notable complex in Giza is also dotted with noteworthy attractions such as the Great Sphinx and numerous cemeteries

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Memphis, the ancient Egyptian capital, is located in Saqqara also scores high in the list of travellers buying tickets for flights landing at Cairo. The thirst of exploring more of Egypt compels history cravers to visit Luxor which is home to preeminent sites known as Valley of the Kings, Valley of the Queens and Karnak Temple Complex. Besides captivating past, Egypt is also known for diving quests in its resort city of Sharm El Sheikh located along the gorgeous waters of Red Sea. The bays and beaches in this urban establishment is an enticement for divers booking flights to explore the astounding world that lies under the waters of Red Sea. Ras Mohammed National Park cannot be left out of the priority list, if holidaying in Sharm El Sheikh. Reefs known as Yolanda, Jack Fish Alley and Shark are among the most prolific dive sites in this part of Egypt and are full of fish species such as unicorn, barracuda, grouper and tuna. Tiran is another resort in the city known for isolated reefs and the Eel Garden.

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Wondrous Wildlife of Kenya Thriving wildlife is a major draw for travellers buying tickets aboard flights destined for Kenya. Let’s take a look at two of the most popular areas in the East African country to take a look at wild animals in their natural habitat. Masai Mara This is one of the most diversified reserves in the world which is known for its Great Migration, the annual phenomenon in which herds of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle cover huge distances from Tanzania to this reserve. Another highlight that keeps animal lovers seeking direct or indirect flights arriving in Kenya is lion spotting. Apart from the King of the Jungle, cheetah, hyena, giraffe, bat eared foxes and topi are other species that can be admired in the wilderness of Kenya. The wildlife safari in Masai Mara also allows travellers to take a closer look at Nile crocodiles, chameleons and birds such as eagles and barn swallow.

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Nairobi National Park Nature lovers disembarking flights at Nairobi , the Kenyan capital, can ill afford to miss out on visiting Nairobi National Park which boasts lush green surroundings and is home to wild animals such as African buffalo, black rhinoceros, leopard, Masai giraffe, cheetah and Grant’s gazelle. This reserve is just 30 minutes away from the capital city of Kenya. Such proximity has made Nairobi the only city in the world that allows travellers to click photographs of animals in the wilderness with a view of the city in the backdrop. One should also consider being a part of Safari Walk, operated by Kenya Wildlife Service, which is a profound way to know about the lesser known facts about native plants and animals.

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