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Kenya

Kenya has so much to offer, but there is a reason that it is famous for a couple of key things, most notably The Serengeti and Mount Kilimanjaro.

How They Dazzle Us

Kenya has so much to offer, but there is a reason that it is famous for a couple of key things, most notably The Serengeti and Mount Kilimanjaro. Both of these iconic destinations are also part of Tanzania with whom Kenya shares a border. From the towering majesty of Kilimanjaro to the famous migration of the wildebeest from Serengeti to the Maasai Mara Kenya is geared for tourism and incredible safari experiences.

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Why We Love Them

Kenya is an incredible place that effortlessly blends modern urban convenience with genuine safari experiences and nature preservation without ever seeming to make compromises. Aside from horrible traffic in Nairobi, Kenya is easy to get around. It is geared towards tourism and the people are both welcoming and eager to share their country with visitors – they will make you feel completely at home.

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Their Sustainable Superpower

Not just extremely progressive in terms of the way they look after their wildlife and get community buy-in to eliminate and reduce poaching, Kenya also has some incredible inner city projects on eth go as well. A noticeable success is with the harvesting of methane gas in the Kibera slum outside Nairobi. Sewage is collected, methane harvested and the gas is used for a range of projects including community feeding schemes. There is of course the added benefit of eliminating sewage and water pollution.

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Best Time to Visit

The best time to view game in Kenya is during the dry season which runs from June to October. The wildebeest migration usually reaches the Masai Mara in July and remains until October when they move back to the Serengeti.

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Unique Foods

Kenya has a lot of varied dishes to enjoy. Tusker is the tourist’s beer of choice but look out for White Cap, a much tastier and less commercial drink. Some things worth sampling include Ugali which is a cornmeal staple of the locals, Irio, which is a mashed peas and potato mix or Wali wa Nazi, a dish of coconut and rice. There is plenty of meat on offer as well and at The Carnivore restaurant in Nairobi you can sample almost any animal, including crocodile and giraffe.

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Visa Details

Please consult the closest embassy or consulate of Kenya

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