A Luxury Gay-Friendly Travel in Kenya Guide, LGBTQ+, Lesbian Travel Holidays

Everything you need to know about your Luxury Gay-Friendly Travel in Kenya, LGBTQ+, Lesbian Travel Holidays. Contact The Bespoke African Safari Co. for expert advice and let’s start planning your visit to Kenya today!

Kenya is the perfect starting point for a true East African safari in the renowned Maasai Mara and Serengeti National Parks. Kenya, site of one of the world’s greatest natural wonders (the Great Migration), will simultaneously humble and inspire you.

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Your own out of Africa experience

Why you’ll love it

The airport will transport you to a scene straight out of Out of Africa (you’d better be wearing your finest Khakis, dah-ling!). Here, however, you will see a performance that surpasses even the best African movies. Yes, that’s right – part of The Great Migration takes place amid Kenya’s fairytale-like landscapes.

Kenya’s varied topography also makes for a wealth of potential adventure pursuits. It’s sure to be an eye-opening adventure, whether you’re interested in hiking, seeing Masaai villages, or seeing the Big Five on safari. Though homosexuality is against the law in Kenya, we’ve vetted tour guides that can help you see the nation without attracting unwanted attention.

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How Gay-Friendly Is Kenya?

In Kenya, both homosexuality and same-sex marriage are illegal. In other locations, however, visitors are free to do as they choose so long as they don’t break any laws.

Is Kenya Safe For Gay Couples?

Kenya is a great place for gay and lesbian couples to experience an East African safari. Although homosexuality is illegal, gay visitors are accepted. The Bespoke African Safari Co. arranges stays at the best available gay-friendly hotels on your behalf. Relax and have fun while staying at one of our partner properties or touring with one of our service providers. However, it’s best to hold back on the PDA when you’re at the airport or anywhere in public.

Which Gay-Friendly Destinations Should I Pair With Kenya?

Tanzania should definitely be included in any trip to East Africa. What about a thrilling trip to Rwanda to see the endangered mountain gorillas? Of course, no trip to Africa’s Gay Capital, Cape Town, would be complete. Here, you can get your tan on at the beach, satisfy your cravings, and party the night away at the top gay-only businesses. Why wouldn’t you enjoy it? It’s simple to combine a visit to Victoria Falls with a safari in Kruger National Park, where you can see all of Africa’s Big 5.

What Are The Best Gay-Friendly Experiences In Kenya?

The animals on a safari won’t care if you’re homosexual or straight. Hot air balloon tours, which offer breathtaking views of the East African plains from above, are another popular tourist activity. If hiking is your thing, there are many paths to choose from.

What Are The Gay-Friendly Accommodation Options In Kenya?

Whether you want the full-on authentic East African glamping experience or a six-star resort, we’ve got the location for you.

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About Kenya

Kenya is a fantastic travel destination since it has so much more to offer than just safaris. The Great Migration is one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, and you may see it with this ticket. On your many game drives in Kenya, you’ll also get up close and personal with a wide variety of other animal species.

The local and internationally renowned Maasai Mara culture will captivate you with its colorful clothing, rituals, and nomadic way of life. Sunsets over Lake Victoria are spectacular as well. This lake is the largest tropical lake in Africa and can be seen from Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. The picturesque islands in this sea-like lake attract a wide variety of animals. There is a wide variety of ecosystems in Kenya, and the best places to go on safari are the world-famous Serengeti and Maasai Mara national parks.

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