Magical Kenya is where "going on safari" started a hundred or so years ago. Kenya's protected areas are home to a different variety of flora and fauna species, each wilderness area specially branded because it has something unique to offer. Sandy beaches, verdant forests, the dry lands of the north, lakes, iconic mountains and game reserves aplenty, Kenya is indeed a magical place to visit. Its attraction is that a traveller can have a variety of experiences within a relatively short space of time and of course it hosts the annual wildebeest migration in the months of August and September in the famous Masai Mara.
Home to a variety of cultures, Kenya has the flavours of times past and present to spice up a visit to one of Africa's most well-known destinations.
Kenya has only two seasons: One rainy and one dry season each year
The Embu tribe is famous for dancing on stilts. Men in long black coats with white painted faces.
After coffee, Kenya's biggest income generator is tourism
Lake Victoria is the world's largest tropical lake. Lake Victoria is the second largest freshwater lake in the world.