- Join over 1.2 million students every month
- Accelerate your learning by 29%
- Unlimited access from just £6.99 per month
what are the advantages and disadvantages of tourism in kenya
Are you in the right place?
Jump to Human Geography and see how teachers think you should prepare in:
The first 200 words of this essay...
WHAT ARE ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF TOURISM IN KENYS AND HOW ARE THESE EFFECTS BEING MANAGED?
People visit Kenya for a variety of reasons; the warm weather, the sandy beaches, the beautiful scenery, the film out of Africa, but most commonly, the wildlife seen on safari in one of the many game parks. Kenya has something for everyone as it could be anywhere in the world. It has the warm weather of any other equatorial country, the beaches of the Caribbean, the mountains of the Himalayas and the wildlife in South Africa. Kenya has everything.
On safari people can see lions, elephants, giraffes, rhinos, hippos, and more common animals such as buffalo, impala and zebra. There are forty game parks in Kenya in which some or all of these animals can be seen. You can experience the game parks and their animals from hot air balloons for a different view on the wildlife. The Masai Mara game reserve is 600 square miles of semi-wild animals living in their natural habitat. For most people, going on safari in Kenya is a once in a lifetime opportunity.
The beaches on the east side of Kenya
Found what you're looking for?
- Start learning 29% faster today
- Over 150,000 essays available
- Just £6.99 a month
Not the one? We have 100's more
Human Geography (view all)
- Case Study: Gambias Youthful Population. What are the positi...
- Mexico to USA Migration Case Study
- Overstrand report
- Features of Barcelona
- Why did so many people die in the 2010 Haiti earthquake?
- China's One Child Policy
- Revision Points on Population, Urbanisation and Tourism with...
- Should Brazil be allowed entry into the exclusive G8 club?
- Globalisation- The backstory
- How Multiculturalism Started in Australia.
""Nikolay. Business Studies. BTEC Student.
""John Plowright. Teacher. Repton School. Derbyshire.