Kenya Travel Guide
African Lions, Elephants, Hippos, Zebras, Giraffes, Monkeys, Great Marathon Runners, White Sandy Beaches and much more. These are the many faces of Kenya, one of the most visited destinations in East Africa - indeed, tourism is one our main sources of income.
Located at the base of the "horn of Africa" and bathed by the Indian Ocean, Kenya has always been an important commercial warehouse, right in the transition of the black continent and the Arab world.
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Traveling to Kenya?
Get all the details that will help you plan your trip to Kenya. Kenya has a hot and humid climate, especially along the coast in the Indian Ocean. The capital, Nairobi, has a cold climate that is decreasing as we approach the mountains and its three peaks permanently covered with snow. Further inland, there is a hot and humid climate around Lake Victoria. The northeastern regions, along the border with Somalia and Ethiopia, arid and semi-arid regions with almost desert landscapes. The low season, which is also the rainy season, runs from March to May.
Where to Stay in Kenya
What to See and Do in Kenya
A beautiful country, with such diverse attractions, that will surely please the most varied profiles of travelers. From luxurious safaris with the right to see the great migration of wildebeest, to paradise beaches with resorts with great prices. There are many options to do in Kenya and here are some of them.