Kenya is a beautiful and majestic country, positioned on the coast of East Africa facing the Indian Ocean. With a huge amount of national parks and nature reserves, majestic animals like lions, leopards and elephants are part of the natural habitat Kenya offers.
The backbone of Kenyan tourism lies between Lake Victoria and the Indian Ocean, where great transport allows you to see astonishing landscapes and the many different species of animals that roam. Accommodation is in plenty and fantastically located with plenty of options to suit the needs of any traveller. From luxury tent camps to lush hotel apartments and swimming pools, Kenya is a welcoming country brimming with excitement.
Many people start in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital which is a prominent social centre with lots of culture to absorb. Nairobi also has it’s own nature reserve within, home to Giraffes and zebras within the city, but the Kenyan coast is also a main attraction. With holiday resorts positioned around the Great Rift Valley, beautiful beach resorts can be found, which offer the perfect alternative to the adventures found inland. Wherever you are in Kenya you’ll find yourself in close proximity to a nature reserve so it really is a great place to find the balance between adventure and relaxation.
WHAT IS THE CURRENCY IN KENYA?
The official currency is the Kenyan shilling
HOW LONG DOES IT TAKE TO FLY TO KENYA?
London to Nairobi is a 9 hour flight
WHAT IS THE TIME DIFFERENCE IN KENYA?
Kenya is 2 hours ahead of London.
WHEN IS THE BEST TIME TO VISIT KENYA?
For a Kenyan safari the peak times to visit is between January and the end of March. The climate is mild and mostly dry, but it’s definitely worth considering going during the rain season to avoid high season. Between mid-March to June and again between October and December you’ll find wet weather, but perhaps a bargain as well with accommodation and flights.
WHAT LANGUAGE IS SPOKEN IN KENYA?
the official languages are Swahili and English.