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Kenya Tourism

It’s a world of everything. It’s a traveller’s paradise. It’s a scavenger’s dream destination. The country has variety of mystics to reveal. Right from high Savannah grasses to deep oceans offering happening spectacular underwater world with vivacious coral reefs, from dense and dark equatorial forests to bright silver Mountains draped in snow, you have simply a wide range of options to explore.

The country was once a home to the powerful and fierce tribe called Masai. Arab merchants invaded this tribal province in search of ivory in the nineteenth century. Kenya was also came under British rule from 1888 to 1962. It won its independence in 1963.

Bordered by the Indian Ocean at one end, Kenya harnesses Eastern African Mangroves along its coastline. Whereas the inland comprises of plain stretches, hills and mountains. The climate varies from place to place. The coastal regions witness heavy rains and high temperatures throughout the year while inland areas experience hot days and cold nights.

The traditional Kenyan cuisine is exotic, fresh and spicy. Samosas, chapattis, chai, barbeque savoury meats and much more. They also make use of fresh local produce that makes their food even more flavoursome.

Major attractions in Kenya are the forests that have incredibly preserved the co-existing species. People enjoy jungle safaris and forest camps. Nairobi National Park, pristine waters of Malindi, the graceful Mount Kenya, Samburu national Reserve, Hell’s Gate, Lamu Island, Nakuru Lake and the list goes on. To explore more you need to visit this treasure of nature. 

It’s a world of everything. It’s a traveller’s paradise. It’s a scavenger’s dream destination. The country has variety o...

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