Kenya at the Indian Ocean is famous for it's endless beaches, countless coconut trees and tremendous wildlife. Kenya is the land of expansive savannas, elephants, antelopes and giraffes at whose edge towers the highest mountains in Africa, the Kilimanjaro.
But that is not all the beautiful country in East Africa has to offer. With a little courage you can go beyond the tourist cycles and meet the people of Kenya. And it's even not difficult - as soon as you arrive at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi or Moi International Airport in Mombasa you will be welcomed very friendly with a warm "Jambo" because the great hospitality to visitors in the land of Mount Kenya (Kirinyaga) is simply Kenyan's nature.
Accompany us through various places of Kenya. From the capital Nairobi and Kenya's uplands with it's plenty of vegetation and wildlife and amazing changes of the countryside along Mount Kenya, Lake Nakuru and Lake Victoria and the game parks we will take you downcountry. In Mombasa you encounter the second largest city in Kenya and here you will experience the African-Oriental touch of the coastal town and the most important port in East Africa. To find a rest and relax the journey will later take you to Kenya's Coast around Mombasa and Malindi - the land of the Mijikenda tribes. Learn about Kenya's various tribes and their people, culture and traditions.
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Enjoy yourself with music, books, movies and pictures and experience the way of living in East Africa. Choose your favourite trip through Kenya's safari parks and let us arrange it for you during your holidays in Kenya. Start to learn Swahili and make sure to reply properly to the "Jambo" you get. You will be amazed who interesting you will become for the Kenyans if you talk their language. Even find more individual information in our resources section, check diplomatic issues, consult our frequently asked questions section or just let us have your opinion.
I guess I'd have to say that the most exciting place I've ever been to is Africa. Because it's another world there. It's not just the cultures and the people. That's great....but it's the air.... the colors from dawn to dusk, and there's something tangible about the whole thing. The cohabitation of man and beast, and beast and beast - who'll survive and who won't. There's no judgement about it either you know. There's no imposed morality. It's just the way it is. It's just beautiful really. There's nothing like it. It's a voyeur's paradise. Clint Eastwood in 'The Bridges Of Madison County'