What are the most spectacular roads in Kenya?

Located in the eastern part of Africa, and bordering Tanzania (south), Uganda (west), South Sudan (northwest), Ethiopia (north), and Somalia (northeast), Kenya is a country covering an area of approximately 580,000 square kilometers.

It has a very diverse geography including 490 km (300 mi) of coastline along the Indian Ocean, plateaus, and highlands in the interior, and the Great Rift Valley in the center. The country is rich in high mountains, rivers including the Tana and Athi Rivers and lakes: Lake Victoria, Lake Turkana, and Lake Naivasha.

Due to Kenya's climate, with significant variations in temperature and rainfall across different regions, the country faces evident transportation problems during the rainy season. The country hosts many remarkable roads, being the most popular the dangerous highway from Nairobi to Mau Summit, a paved highway where the main hazards are drink-driving, poor road conditions, and roaming animals. One can also attempt the challenging C103 Road, in the Coast Province.

Nairobi-Nakuru-Mau Summit Highway is a paved highway in Kenya. The main hazards on this road are drink-driving, poor road conditions, and roaming animals. It was recently repaved in an effort to stem road traffic accidents (as it was pretty dangerous before). Sadly, this didn't stop the crashes.

Road trips are memory-making machines, the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of your ordinary life. Indeed, nothing beats the feeling of spending hours in a luxury safari vehicle, traveling all over Kenya, taking in the breathtaking sites, and meeting amazing people along the way.

The C103 Road offers a demanding drive situated in the Coast Province of Kenya.

The New Masa bridge is located in the Mara Triangle - Maasai Mara National Reserve, in Kenya, near the border of Tanzania. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.