The Kenya attractions include the recognizable big five game of Africa … bird watching – African culture - mountain hiking – beach family holidays and more.
Sightseeing in Kenya is always a fascinating experience for tourists and travelers alike.
This is due to the many things you can see and do.
Come… let’s journey together into the fascinating attractions and things that make my country.
African lion (King of the jungle) resting in the African wilderness
Visitors interact with a Rothschild Giraffe at the Giraffe Centre Nairobi
This Safari country is popular for its African Safaris and holidays. It has a variety of tours and safaris that give you the best sightseeing in Africa.
You can create custom made safari itineraries that enable you to tailor make your tour … to see and experience what appeals to you most and out of the beaten path.
These are the famous big five … the African elephant, the Black Rhino, Cape buffalo, the lion and leopard.
Other Kenya animals include the cheetah … giraffes - wild dogs - gazelles and antelopes, and birds among others.
The Kenya culture is in some cases and regions ancient African culture … the Masai, Samburu, and Turkana cultures are key Kenya attractions among other tribal cultures.
This is identifiable in the native African tribe’s way of life. Their costumes, music, African tribal art and masks, folktales, and native African hairstyles.
Kenya Art which translates into contemporary African art is another aspect of the attractions.
Kenya is accessible by both air and sea. Air Travel is the easiest way of getting there.
International flights get you to Nairobi and Mombasa cities.
Once inside, there are domestic air services linking country destinations. Some fly to particular cities and towns … game reserves and along the Indian Ocean coast.
Private air charter is also available.
Ground transport include tour vans … car rental, buses, matatus (public taxis), and the train.
There are world-class hotels, Safari lodges, beach resorts and tented camps. You can find them in all cities and major towns.
They are also available in national parks, game reserves and private conservancies.
There are facts that make this country stand out in the region and the continent as a whole.
Kenya is home to popular specialty coffee and world class tea.
It’s also home to champions in the medium and long distance races in athletics.
The country's growing and vibrant economy has vast investment opportunities.
Weather varies depending on the region you are in. The country has two rainy seasons. April to July (long rains) and November to December (short rains).
There are many international, continental, and national events and festivals happening here every year.
Nairobi city is the world's safari capital and also the Capital of Kenya.
The Nairobi attractions make up some of the popular Kenya attractions.
Other cities are Mombasa, and Kisumu. Major towns include Eldoret, Nakuru and Nyeri among others.
There are 42 tribes and various sub-tribes of the Kenya people.
The official languages are English and Kiswahili. People speak in their ethnic languages (mother tongues) in most rural areas.
Food comes in different types of cuisines.
These foods are representative of traditional and modern African cuisines.
Fabulous international and continental cuisines are available in most major hotels and restaurants.
Some African game meat is available alongside other meats in some select restaurants.
Are you looking for adventure or want to take it easy?
Are you longing for a holiday or planning a business trip?
This beautiful country flaunts herself as magical Kenya and has something for you.
Our aim is to help you with information and facts that help you find what you are looking for.