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Kenya is a great holiday destination for those who want to travel to the East African country, which is full of natural beauty. The main cities of Nairobi and Mombasa offer the tourist an array of sightseeing and shopping opportunities. Mombasa is home to Kenya's National Museum, which is well known for the Nairobi Ancient Temples and the beautiful Great Big Ben. Tourists can also head oasis to experience some local culture and tradition. Tourism in Kenya offers a variety of accommodation options ranging from hotels, guesthouses and resorts to self-catering apartments and campsites.
April is the hottest month in Kenya, which makes it a very busy time of year for travellers visiting Mombasa. It is also the hottest time of year on the coast, particularly earlier on the coast and in Nairobi where daytime temperatures regularly reach up to 87F. At Mombasa, it is a little cooler, with average daytime temperatures of around 77 to 82F and nighttime lows of around 35F. This is still hot for most people, but a comfortable change for those who are used to warmer weather and beaches. Mombasa is the capital city of Kenya and offers a wide range of museums, landmarks to see.
October to February is the coldest months in Kenya, which means that the beaches are quiet as the tourism trade slows down. The average wind speed in Kenya is around 11 miles per hour, which makes it a nice change from the hot and humid coastal climate. Kenya has four major national parks; Tarangire National Park, Nakuru National Park, Masai Mara Game Reserve and Olindale forest national park. There are also a number of tourist hot spots including Mt. Kenya National Park, Mafia Island and the Kenyan Coast.