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Lush forests, sweeping plains, arid lands, pristine lakes and coastal sands barely scratch the surface of Kenya’s landscape.

Geography

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Kenya is situated right along the equator, on the eastern coast of the African Continent. Its Coastal region is on the Southeast and has one of the busiest and most attractive coastlines on the continent.

Ethiopia borders Kenya to the North, Sudan to the Northwest, Uganda directly to the West and Tanzania Southward. Kenya’s geography is marvelously varied. While the Northeastern Kenya is flat, bush covered plain, the remainder of the country encompasses white sandy beaches, scenic highlands and lake regions, the Great Rift Valley and magnificent mountains including the famous Mt. Kenya.

History

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Nairobi is Kenya’s capital city and the country’s administrative, communications and economic hub. Founded in the late 1890s as a British Camp during construction of the Mombasa-Uganda railway, it served as a British Provincial capital before becoming the capital city of Kenya in 1963. Today, it’s a metropolitan city and the only city in the world with a National Park within its precincts.

Nature

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There is nothing that shouts nature louder than a diverse landscape of untouched land with a diverse amount of wildlife. Lush forests, sweeping plains, arid lands, pristine lakes and coastal sands barely scratch the surface of Kenya’s landscape. What’s more is Kenya’s countless conservation efforts help protect its wildlife and environment: national parks, private game reserves and conservancies.

While in the wild, find animal species signature to the country and each region – those you have the best chances of seeing at night, on the ground or any day on safari. Experience the grandeur, beauty and diversity of Kenya’s terrain and breathtaking vistas.