56,858,823 inhabitants
Swahili, English
Kenyan Shilling
Flight time
8 hours and 35 minutes from the UK
time difference
UTC/GMT +3 hours
best time to go
July - Sep

Introducing Kenya

Kenya is the ideal location for anyone wishing to design the ideal safari adventure due to its abundance of unspoiled beaches and world-renowned safaris. For newlyweds or anybody seeking an adventurous holiday with some downtime in between, Kenya offers the ideal backdrop. This wonderful destination, which is exotic and spectacular in every manner, will leave you with priceless memories and moments to treasure always. Before going on a safari in the Mara to see the Big Five, you might spend time enjoying her beautiful beaches or embracing Maasai culture with their jumping dance.
Kenya’s vast landscape, stunning beaches and renowned culture makes for an unforgettable holiday experience.


Kenya is a country in East Africa. Its topography ranges from a flat coastal plain on the Indian Ocean to plateaus and mountains inland. The majority of Kenyans reside in the mountains, where Nairobi, the nation’s capital, is located at an elevation of 5,500 feet (1,700 meters).
West of Nairobi, the ground slopes down to the Great Rift Valley, a 4,000-mile (6,400-kilometer) rift in the Earth’s crust. The emerald waters of renowned Lake Turkana are contained within this valley in the northern Kenyan deserts.


The warm, tropical climate of Kenya, which is located on the equator, is impacted by a number of variables, including altitude, but there are significant regional climatic variations as well. Kenya’s daily highs range from 20°C (68°F) to 28°C (82°F), while the coast experiences higher temperatures. The equator is too close to Kenya for there to be a true winter and summer. But there are dry and wet seasons. Dry season in Kenya runs from June to October, whilst wet season takes place between November and May.


Kenya’s traditional cuisine is as varied and multicultural as its tribes, stories, and landscapes. Rice and maize meal, often known as Ugali when cooked and unga while raw, are the two fundamental elements of Kenyan food and cuisine. Ugali is typically served as a stiff white porridge that can either be eaten by hand or dipping in stews. Although there are many ways to serve rice, it is typically just simple boiled rice. Most of the time, stews are eaten for lunch and dinner. They can be either vegetarian, like maharagwe (a delectable bean dish with onions, tomatoes, and spices all simmered together to make a thick bean sauce), or they can be meat-based, usually goat meat.

History and Culture

Kenya has a long and interesting history. The population of the nation is made up of a diverse range of ethnic groups, including the majority Bantu, who represent several cultural traditions, the Nilo-Saharan, who are native to the Nile Valley, and the Afro-Asiatic, who are derived from the major trading districts. With Jomo Kenyatta leading the way, the nation attained independence in 1963. Before that, it served as a British colony, and prior to that, it was deeply entangled in Arab and later European trade throughout the Indian Ocean. In Mombasa, you can explore Fort Jesus, a UNESCO World Heritage site from the sixteenth century. It is a site that must not be missed because it evokes a bygone period.


Kenya is a fantastic destination to take your family on. Your trip could include an amazing hot air balloon ride over the Maasai Mara or snorkelling in the underworld spectacles of the Indian Ocean. Without a doubt the best experience for families is the Kenyan safari adventure. Young children and teens are sure to enjoy the experience of coming close to herds of elephants, lions, cheetahs and the flamingos in Rift Valley. If you happen to be exploring Kenya between July and October, you could witness the spectacular wildebeest migration that takes place. The varied landscapes, exciting safari experiences and fun camp sites makes this holiday an unforgettable family adventure.

Resorts in Kenya

Kenya's captivating scenery, abundant wildlife, and rich cultural magnificence astound every visitor and offer an unforgettable soul satisfying experience.

Top Locations in Kenya

Maasai Mara
Track down the Big Five by exploring the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Prepare to see elephants, lions, leopards, buffalos, and rhinos as they roam freely across the plains, which is part of the Serengeti ecosystem.
Hell’s Gate National Park
Get on your bike and cycle around to witness as you ride the giraffes, buffalos and zebras dotted around the park. The experience is incredibly fun, and you can be accompanied by a guide in a jeep if you prefer extra safety, though there are no predators in the park.
Diani Beach
Located just 1 hour away from Mombasa, head to Diani Beach for a couple of days relaxation surrounded by white sands, pristine, crystal clear waters and endless bliss.
No trip to Kenya is complete without visiting Mombasa to learn more about Kenya’s storied past and culture. Through your experience there you will come to discover how Europe; the Middle East and India have all influenced this amazing country and other neighbouring. Do visit Fort Jesus to have the chance to explore the 16th century Portuguese colonial fort with its impressive museums displaying Kenyan artefacts.

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