Adventure lovers will find Kenya the most alluring and famous-safari destination, and is known for its diverse environments and rich culture. The country boasts of marvellously designed geographic boundaries with Somalia to the east, coastal sides on the southeast, Uganda to the west and Ethiopia to the North. Towards the south lies Tanzania, while the southwestern part of the country is bordered by Lake Victoria. It is amazing to see how the varied portions of the country experience differing climatic conditions.
A conglomeration of pristine beaches, the Great Rift Valley, scenic lake regions and highlands, and the gorgeous Mount Kenya boosts Kenya tourism every year. Due to this, Kenya experiences comfortably warm weather round the year, although the months from March to May receive heavy rainfall.
Delving into the past, the country records the presence of humankind since the remote development of human species. For centuries, the country has remained a migratory passage, allowing people from all over Africa to travel through the country. Until 1729, the East African coastal region was dominated by the Europeans, but was later expelled by the Arab dynasties. Later, in the 18th century the reign of the country was passed into the hands of the British. Finally, in 1963 Kenya attained independence and became a more stable and multi-party political administration.
Tourism in Kenya today defines the popularity of the region that comprises majorly of people of African descent. The total population of the country is a tentative 46.1 million that increases by one million every year. Although, the country is still in the garb of poverty, vulnerability and inequality; the country shows amazing growth in economy which got expanded by 6.2% in 2016 compared to 5.9% in 2015. In the past few years, Kenya recorded phenomenal improvements in fields of food services, information and communication, accommodation, quarrying and mining, etc.
Come to Kenya and explore the region with a guide by your side for a better understanding and experience of the country.