A fascinating tourist destination with a ethereal scenic beauty

About Kenya


Located in Eastern Africa, Kenya borders the Indian Ocean, between Somalia and Tanzania. and the country has a decent tourist infrastructure and lots of resorts along its coastline. It's a testament to the country's many natural attractions and wildlife that tourists continue to visit despite being under the official travel warning list in several countries.
The dramatic escarpments of the Great Rift Valley and numerous lakes are mesmerizing. Kenya is also home to the magnificent roar of a lion, lush tropical rainforests, vast land of great scenic beauty and a splendid coastline, boasting beautiful coral reefs and a wide variety of colourful fish.

Over seventy tribal groups reside in Kenya, giving visitors plenty of opportunities to experience tribal life, visit traditional villages, see ancestral dances, historical sites etc. Kenya has a vast market of ancient artifacts and handicrafts.

Many international airlines fly into both Nairobi and Mombasa direct from Europe and Asia. Kenya has great road networks that support Long-distance buses routes between the East African countries of Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania

In Kenya, you can find a wide choice of accommodations, ranging from excellent bush camps, cultural dances like the maasai dances and comfortable beach lodging to first class hotels in the large cities.

All in all, Kenya offers an amazing combination of adventure, safari and beaches. It is a year round destination with well established travelers facilities. .

Basic Information about Kenya

Area: 582,650 sq km.

Capital City: Nairobi

Population: Around 32 million

Language: English (official), Kiswahili (official), as well as numerous indigenous languages.

Currency: Kenyan Shilling


It's generally sunny, dry and not too hot for most of the year in Kenya despite being situated on the equator. The main rainy seasons are from March to May and November to December but the amount of rainfall varies year to year

Religious Affiliations:

Protestant 45%
Roman Catholic 33%
indigenous beliefs 10%
Muslim 10%
other 2%.
A large majority of Kenyans are Christian, but estimates for the percentage of the population that adheres to Islam beliefs vary widely.