About Kenya

  • Nakuru

    Nakuru town, 157 kilometres north-west of Nairobi, is the fourth largest town in the country. It was started in 1900…

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  • Malindi

    About 19 kilometres north of Watamu lies Malindi town, the former port of call for ships sailing in the Indian…

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  • Mombasa

    The second largest town in the country with a population of about 600,000 and the official gateway to the country…

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  • Nairobi, the Capital City

    Nairobi, the capital city of the Republic (1670 metres above sea level and 270 sq.miles) has since 1899 grown from…

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  • National Parks

    Kenya has a total of twenty six National Parks and twenty nine National Reserves. All of them occupy a total…

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  • Flora & Fauna

    The Savanna-bush-woodland National Parks contain some of the greatest plains game concentrations in the world. The big-five: Elephant, Rhinoceros, Buffalo,…

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  • Cities & Towns

    Discover the fascinating history and locations in Kenya. Click on any city name to read a detailed travel guide to…

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  • Art & Culture

    In Kenyan art, as in all African art, themes are based on the representation of daily life and African culture;…

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  • Economy

    Agriculture remains the largest sector of the Kenyan economy providing a livelihood for approximately 75% of the population and accounting…

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  • Government

    Under the Constitution, legislative power is vested in a Parliament consisting of a President and a National Assembly. This comprises…

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