Kenya's Coastal belt stretches nearly five hundred kilometers from the Tanzania border to the south, to Kiwayu on the Somali border to the north. Stretching for the whole of its length Kenya's beaches are protected by a coral reef within which are lagoons in which thrive the most fascinating and exotic marine life.
Mt Kenya National Park is a high altitude park lying at an altitude of between 3100 and 5300 meters. It is home to a wide variety of exotic Kenyan plants as well different species of wildlife. Most famous as the home of Mt Kenya, the second-highest mountain in Africa, many visitors return here each year for the excellent climbing opportunities this park offers and the breathtaking scenery that includes moors and glaciers and tarns and glades and peaks.
Wildebeests migrate on a loop path through Tanzania and Kenya following the seasonal rains even when that involves passing through dangerous territory.