KENYA; A LAND OF DIVERSITY
K E N Y A
Kenya's beauty and diversity has drawn thousands of tourists to view its wonders. Covering an area of 224,960 square miles on the eastern coast of Africa Kenya's main attraction is its remarkable abundance of wildlife.
More than six million acres of Kenya's land have been set aside by the government for game reserves and parks. Tsavo National Park in southern Kenya is home to buffalo, cheetah, elephants, leopards, lions, and rhinoceroses. Not to be missed is Amboseli National Park with the stunning Mt Kilimanjaro as its backdrop.
Although there are countless things to do and see in Kenya's it's the world famous safari
that captivates people from far and near. A typical safari includes time on the plains, the highlands, around the mountains, and beautiful Lake Victoria. Some people prefer comfortable lodging while on a safari while others prefer roughing it as campers. Either way a safari experience is truly a way to immerse in African life. There's no saying what kind of animals will enter your life from day to day on a safari.
Kenya's capital is Nairobi
The official languages are English and Swahili
The population of Kenya is around 28.2 million
Currency is the Kenyan shilling
Kenya's founding father who served as president and prime minister was Jumo Kenyatta.
He had much love for Kenya.