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Saturday, January 15, 2011

Why you should visit Kenya

Experience the African safari
Immortalized in movies and books like the Man-Eaters of Tsavo and Karen Blixen’s Out of Africa. Kenya is home to Tsavo, Amboseli and Masai Mara game reserve - famous for wildebeest migration. What drawing people the the parks is the vast array of wildlife the big 5 (Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Buffalo and Elephant). Masai Mara remains one of the most eventful Africa safari destinations.




Attractions
Gedi Ruins, Fort Jesus and Haller Wildlife Park (Lafarge Ecosystems) in Mombasa, Karen Blixen Museum, Nairobi National Museum, Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage and Giraffe Center in Nairobi.
Read more on Kenya’s attraction sites.

The climate
With Kenya astraddle the equator, the changes in temperature are never extreme. Though he highlands are cooler and the coastal region of Mombasa hotter, temperatures rarely fall below 16°.


Business opportunities
Business opportunities coupled with rapid investment in Internet and road network, affordable scheduled and charter flight and access to the port of Mombasa makes Kenya an ideal location for any business planning to invest in sub-Sahara Africa. Kenya hotels provide international standards in conferences facilities with a capacity to hold any big audiences.

Sports and outdoor activities
From golfing, Cricket in the wild, deep sea diving and other water sports, Kenya meets all the needs of outdoor activity. The Rhino Charge - a 4WD rally through Kenya's wilderness is an annual fund raising event for the conservation of Kenya’s Aberdare Ecosystem. Safari operators can also organize horseback riding and mountain climbing.

Wedding and honey moon
Weddings can also be arranged in the bush, in tented wilderness camps, riverbanks, in remote safari lodges, or wherever your imagination may take you. Kenyan weddings can be informal and relaxed- barefoot on the beach or relaxing under canvas- or completely formal, with black ties and wedding gowns in the bush.

People and Culture
Kenya has a cosmopolitan population of friendly and hospitable people. The unique cultural heritage of the tribes, especially the Maasai, is a great experience to be enjoyed.

Food and entertainment
Kenya has a vibrant night life with world class discotheques that gives you an opportunity to socialize with a cosmopolitan populace – Asians, European and Africans from different counties. The hotels and leading restaurants offer local and international cuisine. You sure should taste the local beer and barbecue meat (Nyama Choma).

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