Kenya Travel Guide
Plan Your Kenya Vacation
Kenya is where "going on safari" started. A hundred years or so ago, visitors from all over the world, including Teddy Roosevelt, started traveling to Africa, lured by stories of multitudes of wild animals; there were more than 3 million large mammals roving East Africa's plains at the time. Today visitors continue to flock to this East African nation each year. Although humans have made their mark, Kenya still holds onto its pristine wilderness.
There are more than 2,000 licensed hotels, camps, and lodges in Kenya. There are modern hotels in Nairobi, but some older... read more
Kenya prides itself on game meat, and the seafood, organically grown vegetables, and tropical fruits (such as passion fruit,... read more
Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.
The Great Migration: Millions of plains game move in an endless cycle of birth and death from Tanzania's Serengeti to Kenya's Masai... Read more
Size 582,645 square km (224,960 square miles). Capital Nairobi. Number of National Parks 49, including the Masai... Read more
The Kikuyu account for almost 25% of the country's total population. Most Kikuyu live around Mt. Kenya, and because of the fertility of... Read more
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