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Officially the Republic of Kenya, this East African country is situated on the equator, bordered by the Indian Ocean, Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia, and Somalia. Nairobi is the capital and largest city of Kenya. The main attraction for travellers to Kenya can be found within the vast desert, grasslands, and mountain forests of the national parks and reserves that make up a tenth of Kenya’s geographical mass. The selections of game-parks, such as Amboseli, the Masai Mara, Samburu, and Tsavo, have created a dream vacation for anyone wishing to go on safari.
Kenya’s economy is based on tourism, telecommunications and agriculture. The agricultural products include a vital tea sector, as well as coffee, sugarcane, horticultural products, corn, wheat, rice, sisal, pineapples, meat, dairy, and meat products, hides, and skins. Kenya privatised the country’s postal service and telecommunications, creating East Africa’s most profitable company – Safaricom. Kenya has allowed China’s state-controlled offshore oil and gas company, CNOOC, to prospect for oil in Kenya. There are many options for shared office space within Kenya.
Entertainment And Dining Out
One of the best places to see Kenya in all its glory is Amboseli National Park. Made up of grass and swamplands, this park sits at the base of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak. Designated as a national park in 1948, Amboseli is still one of Africa’s best known game spotting locations. Here you have the opportunity to see lions, cheetahs, baboons, gazelles, and elephants. You can hike, camp, or go on a camel safari. Guided climbing trips are available for Mount Kilimanjaro. Meat dishes are many and varied in Kenya. There is a wide selection of game meats, and also a great deal of local freshwater fish, especially tilapia. Tropical fruits and vegetables are also plentiful. Some of the cuisine is regional, for instance on the coastline the Swahili culture uses coconut milk to create seafood curries with grilled fish and fragrant rice. Another Kenya specialty is Nyama choma – a barbecued meat served with a spicy tomato relish, or Ugali - porridge made from maize meal.
Kenya offers two international airports. Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the main point of entry to the country. Mombasa’s Moi International Airport has some commercial flights and is the main point of arrival for European chartered services. Kenya is accessible via road through border crossings with Tanzania and Ethiopia. There is a network of long distance buses operating in Kenya, providing links with the major cities and towns. Efficient and reliable bus systems operate within Nairobi and Mombasa, and also serve the surrounding areas. Privately owned minibuses, known as Matutus, also provide transport across short and medium set routes. An overnight train service runs between Nairobi and Mombasa and an infrequent ferry runs between Kisumu and Homa Bay.