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Explore Kenya

Kenya lies on the equator and the East African Rift covering a diverse and expansive terrain that extends from the vast savannahs which is home to herds of wildlife to the snowcapped mountains on the equator. Kenya has a warm and humid tropical climate on its long coastline along the Indian Ocean while it is cooler towards the savannah grasslands around the capital city, Nairobi, and especially closer to Mount Kenya. The country offers experiences of different climatic conditions as its regions along the border with Somalia and Ethiopia has almost near desert landscapes.

Kenya is known throughout the world for its safaris, wildlife reserves, national parks and pristine beaches. The country has a sophisticated tourism infrastructure, with two major cities controlling the majority of the tourism trade. Nairobi is the safari and hiking hub while on the east coast the hot and humid trading port of Mombasa functions as the gateway to the resorts and pristine beaches of Kenya.


Mombasa is Kenya's main port and popular holiday destination with beautiful beaches and natural vegetation all around. It is located on an island in a natural sheltered inlet and serves as the major and only port that connects Southern Sudan. The city includes Old Mombasa, located on a small offshore island and a larger, more modern mainland metropolitan area, which is connected to the island by causeway, bridge, and ferries. Kilindini, is a modern deepwater harbor on the western side of the island, has many docks, shipyards, and sugar and petroleum refineries. The Fort Jesus is a museum that was built by the Portuguese in the 1590s and is a popular tourist destination.

Masai Mara

For nature lovers, or anyone interested in anthropology, natural history, photography or just witnessing such sheer diversity in wildlife and fauna, then Kenya is the place of dreams. For this, one must visit the Masai Mara National Reserve. This reserve, belonging to the well-known Masai people, features over 1500 km of grasslands, gorgeous blue skies, and depending on the time of year, either hundreds of thousands or millions of the main animals that Africa is known for: lions, rhinos, elephants, gazelle, giraffe, impala, leopards, gazelle, and many more. Kenya's most visited park, commonly known as the Mara, is a wildly beautiful place with rolling savannah grasslands and is an extension of the Serengeti Plains in neighboring Tanzania.

Masai Mara


Swahili is the national language and English is the official language. There are over 42 ethnic languages spoken, including Kikuyu and Luo.


Mostly traditional but there is a sizeable Christian population (both Catholic and Protestant) and a small Muslim community.


Situated at a high altitude, Nairobi has a moderate climate. The summer months are sunny and warm without blistering temperatures, while winters are mild to cool, with very chilly evenings. Rainfall is also moderate, the wettest part of the year being late summer to autumn, when cloudy, drizzly days are common.


Local time is GMT +3


240 volts, 50Hz. UK-style square three-pin plugs are used.


The unit of currency is the Kenyan Shilling (KES), divided into 100 cents. Travellers cheques in Sterling or US Dollars are recommended for your trip to Kenya.