Are you looking for a fascinating, picturesque, and peaceful country to visit in Africa? Welcome to Kenya. The Republic of Kenya is a country found in Eastern Africa, with approximately 47.6 million people. By total area, Kenya is the world’s 48th largest country and the 29th most populous country.

Uganda borders Kenya to the west, South Sudan and Ethiopia to the north, Somalia to the east, and Tanzania to the south. Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and also the largest city in the country. Other major cities are Mombasa, found in the coastal region, and Kisumu, an inland port on Lake Victoria.

Vast wildlife reserves, beautiful islands, breathtaking beaches, scenic landscapes, rich culture, and diverse fauna and flora are some of Kenya’s major attractions.


Kenya is home to 42 unique cultures. The country is also inhabited by Asians, Europeans, Indians, and nationalities from other parts of the world. The different cultures that have come together in Kenya form our identity.

However, the most popular culture is from the Maasai community due to their attractive jewellery, elaborate upper-body, and entertaining traditional dances. The Swahili community found in the coastal region are famed for their mouthwatering conventional dishes and unique dances.

You could choose to stay in the villages and experience untainted traditional ways of life or experience urban culture in Kenya’s cities, where the fast life is never fast enough.



Kenya’s climate is pleasant and favourable for travelling throughout the year. Due to its location along the equator, Kenya has no extreme weather conditions, and it experiences sunshine all year round.

Kenya is a warm and dry country with two rainfall seasons between March and May and October to December. You may need to dress warmly when visiting the central highlands as they are colder due to high altitude. However, packing light clothing and gallons of water for your north-eastern travels is ideal as the region is primarily hot and dry.

Getting to Kenya

Sites such as Expedia and Skyscanner offer information about airlines that fly to Kenya and the cost of tickets. The airlines land you at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (Nairobi), the main airport in Kenya.

To visit this beautiful country, some of the significant entry requirements are;


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