Kenya, officially the Republic of Kenya, is a country in East Africa. Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. Attractions on the Kenya tour include Kisumo, the third largest city, as well as an inland port on Lake Victoria. Other important urban centers include Nakuru and El Dort. Kenya is bordered by South Sudan to the northwest, Ethiopia to the north, Somalia to the east, Uganda to the west, Tanzania to the south, and the Indian Ocean to the southeast.
Kenya’s geography, climate, and population vary widely, from cold snow-capped mountain peaks with vast surrounding forests, wildlife, and fertile agricultural areas to temperate climates in western cities and Rift valleys and less fertile arid and semi-arid regions. And absolute. Deserts
Kenya is replete with fabulous reserves, and wildlife sites are a tourist magnet. Some of the most visited sites include:
Kenya Tours travelers have many exhilarating adventure experiences on their Safari trips. Travelers can see the Great Migration in the Maasai Mara, where big herds of wild animals thunder across the savanna. Tourists can see elephants in Amboseli or enjoy watching thousands of flamingos at Lake Nakuru.
Annually, many people embark on a trip to Kenya with a sense of safari adventure. Kenya is one of the best safari destinations globally, offering exciting experiences with safari animals. On a Kenya tour to Masai Mara, the tourists enjoy the wildebeest migration reaching there.
The UNESCO world heritage list includes seven Kenya sites
Kenya is not a homogeneous country. Kenya consists of 13 ethnic groups and 27 smaller groups. The main Kenya tribe is ‘Bantu’ with its subtribe Kikuyu, Luhya, and Kamba. The ancient tribes of Kenya, such as the Maasai, Kikuyu, and Samburu, live in harmony with nature preserving their traditional customs.
Some non-African descent, namely Indian, Arab, and European, settle in Kenya.
Kenyans have some unique attributes; they are more group-orientated than individualistic. They value assistance, effort, responsibility, and community self-reliance. This non-individualist worldview has made Kenyans avoid social distance and stand close to another’s personal space. Therefore, keeping a distance while speaking is considered rude in Kenya.
Kenya has two official languages, Swahili and English, spoken across the country. In addition, Kenya has many indigenous languages, an estimated 62 tribal African languages, including Kikuyu and Luhya. In addition, a minority of foreign settler’s descendants in Kenya speak Middle Eastern and Asian languages, such as Arabic, Hindi, and so.
Kenya tour travelers are always excited about Kenya foods. Here is a list of some delicious food you should not miss to taste:
Touroogle Kenya Tour also recommends you taste other popular dishes, including:
And a lot more.