Kenya tours guide
Kenya is one of the countries in east Africa and its Indian coast lies between Tanzania to the south and Somalia to the north. Other surrounding states include south Sudan and Ethiopia to the north and Uganda to the west. Although the country is composed of many diverse ethnic groupings and tribes, the inhabitants have a strong sense of national pride which could be due in part to unity in the struggle for independence. The kenya tours guide will offer a traveler information before hand.
Kenya experiences a tropical climate; it is hot and humid at the coast, temperate inland and very dry in the north and other parts of the country. It receives a great deal of sunshine all year round and people wear summer cloths all through. The nights are cool and early morning and give that Kenya’s capital Nairobi is a high altitude area it can be cold even during the day especially between June to August. Long rain season is from April to June while the short rains occur from October to December.
The annual animal migration and especially the wildebeest occur between June and September within millions of animals participating in the migration. This is one of the wonders of the world.
The main cities in Kenya include: Nairobi which is the country’s capital, Mombasa, Kisumu, Lodwar, Nakuru, Malindi and Eldoret among others.
Main tourist attractions
The main tourist attractions include: Mount Kenya national park, Nairobi national park, lake Nakuru national park, Masai Mara national park, Amboseli national park and Tsavo East and West national parks among others places.
Main means of transport
The main means of transport to and from Kenya include: airlines with Kenya Airways being the national airline with a very strong presence in the world. Others include, rail, road and water transport among others.
Kenya boasts of Kiswahili which is the national language and English which is the official language. The many tribes in Kenya speak native languages that exist among inhabitants of a given place.
Things to do
Watch wildlife, go for a game drive in the many parks and reserves and find time to learn about the different Kenyan cultures.