Most of the natural landmarks in Kenya come back to the ancient times. Some historical landmarks are natural, while others are made of man. One of the Most Important Natural Historical Landmarks in Kenya
1. The Menengai Crater in the Great Rift Valley is so spectacular to visit. This 12 km wide and 500 meters high crater is an incredible place for mountain hikers. Local people believe that the crater provides evil spirits. From this part, the crater was a battle map of Masai and Ilaikipiak communities. The crater was a serious venue for the men who defeated the battle.
2. In the Abedare National Park, Mau Mau caves were the hiding places of freedom fighters during the colonial rule. Mau Mau refers to the Kikuyu fighters who set strict rules on white people. Most of their time spent in the woods to escape the killing of armed white soldiers. Many Mau Mau fighters lost their lives in a rebel war in 1959. Some of Mau Mau's leaders were late Fred Cubai, Dedan Kimathi and many others
. Mount Kenya (5.199m) is the second highest peak in Africa and Kenya's highest peak. The freestanding mountain is located in the Middle Range, near the Equator. This mountain has three peaks: Batian, Nelion and Lenana. The highest peak is reached only by technical mountaineers. The other two tips are easy for any mountain climber. Mount Kenya is snow-capped all year round. This mountain was a sacred place for the Kikuyu community, who strongly believed that their God (Ngai) lived on the mountain. As part of mountain climbing, this is the ideal place to watch the game and bird watching.
4. The old Mombasa fort was built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. This building was a port and slave shop. The Indian Ocean coastline rule was of a different nationality, for example, the Arabs, the Portuguese and the British. Today, this building serves as a museum where historical objects, craftsmen and pictures can be seen.
5. Kenya is the so-called "cradle of humanity." More than 200 fossils of early people were discovered by the Leakey in the Olduvai Gorge of Turkana Region. This is the home of Turkana and Masai communities who are famous for preserving cultures.
6. Lake Victoria in East Africa is the second largest freshwater lake in the world and the largest in Africa. Located between the three East African countries, this lake is ideal for fishing. The River Nile is the source of Lake Victoria.
7. Mombasa is Kenya's second largest city. It is a beautiful and busy mall, especially for those on the shores of the Indian Ocean shore. Swahili is the most widespread language, and English is widely spoken by local people. Mombasa has a mixture of foreign and local culture, and most people are Muslims
. Nairobi is the capital of Kenya. It is a business center with government buildings such as Parliament, the State House and the Kenyatta International Conference Center (KICC). Uhuru Park, Nairobi University and Nairobi Museum are located in Nairobi.