Kenya: The perfect spot for your Christmas and New Year’s Eve

Kenya has some of the best chilling and party spots which can make your winter vacation, Christmas and New Year’s celebration worthwhile. The Christmas and New Year’s holidays in Kenya are marked with the spirit of celebration and reverence. Bush Dinner on Christmas Eve with a wonderful backdrop of Mount Kenya is probably the best way to celebrate.  Read on to know about some of the best sites in Kenya.

Fort Jesus Museum: It is located in Mombasa. This museum was built in order to assure security to Portuguese living on the African East coast. If you want to connect to your religious and spiritual side, then this is the finest way to celebrate.

Calm retreat: Lamu museums are a World Heritage Site, located in the North Coast. These are one of the most beautiful and serene locations on the African continent. The National Museums of Kenya in collaboration with partners in the annual Lamu Cultural Festival helps preserve and promote this rich cultural heritage. It is a quiet escape to rejoice New Year eve with family and loved ones.

DJ Parties: There are various spots across Nairobi where parties are thrown in absolute flare. It is a great way to socialise, make new friends, enjoy with the old ones and ring in the New Year.

Coastal Kenya: Wild waters, beautiful stellar beaches and a revitalizing sun can be one of the best ways to celebrate the New Year’s and Christmas. Visit Kenya and experience the sea-side life.

Kenya has a range of terrain and activities to please every kind of tourist. Whether you want to be all adventurous or you only want to relax by the beaches, Kenya has it all. There cannot be better way to start afresh this New Year’s.

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