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Continent: AfricaPopulation: 4.97 crores Area: 580,367 km² Time Zone: GMT+3 Nearest Airport: Wilson Airport,Jomo Kenyatta International Airport,Kilimanjaro International Airport.
About Kenya TOURISMhttps://www.holidayrewardz.com/en-in/kenya-travel-guide/kenya-tourism.htmlThe country is predominated by Swahili culture and is located in the African sub continent. The country has rich history as it was ruled by British and also the primates use to inhabit the area of Kenya. The country is one of the most successful agricultural regions in the area thus making the country a major agricultural economy.
The country is predominated by Swahili culture and is located in the African sub continent. The country has rich history as it was ruled by British and also the primates use to inhabit the area of Kenya. The country is one of the most successful agricultural regions in the area thus making the country a major agricultural economy.
Geographically the country comprise of coastal areas and higher plains with the majestic peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. The country has tropical climate along the coast, temperate in the other parts of the country. The summers are hot and winters very wind. With hottest period being February and March.
The country has dedicated considerable part of land to wildlife and nature reserve including the magnificent Masai Mara. This nature reserve is home to more than one million wildebeest and two lakhs Zebras also the big five game animals which include lion, leopard, buffalo, rhinoceros and elephants can be found here in Masai Mara.
Tourism accounts for the major chunk of foreign exchange in the country after agriculture and country deeply focuses on tourism infrastructure. The main tourists attractions are the magnificent safaris and national parks, colonial era fort sat Mombasa and historical mosques. One can also enjoy vast scenery of ice caped Mount Kenya, the Great Rift Valley and serene tea plantation of Kericho. One can also enjoy great beaches along the Swahili coast.
With the history of country built mainly on the foundations of colonial era, one would definitely observe the traces of colonial culture in culinary and architectural scense. People are generally friendly with most of them speaking fluent English but at the same time it is recommended to maintain an eye on strangers as crime rates in the country are very high. The food and culinary experiences go great with regional cuisine and which also comes along with some British period cooking techniques.
As far as the transportation is concerned, the country has extensive networks of paid and unpaid roads throughout the country and the railway networks links major ports to metropolitan city.
All together the experience for a tourist visiting the country would be one of its kind.