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Kenya is a country located in East Africa, lying on the Equator. It is bordered by Uganda to the west, Tanzania to the south, the Indian Ocean to the south-east, Somalia to the north-east,Ethiopia to the north, and South Sudan to the north-west. The country was named after Mount Kenya, a momentous landmark and second among Africa’s highest mountain peaks.
Kenya has a rich diversity of climate, natural resources, wildlife, and habitats of its people with their rich cultures. It is not possible to see and appreciate Kenya in hurry, and therefore one needs to decide on one area of attraction at a time.Visitors coming to Kenya from outside East Africa require a visa. Full details of the requirements are available from the respective Kenya Mission offices
The unit of currency is Kenya Shilling (KES). Major International credit cards are accepted in Kenya and most Automated Teller Machines(ATMs) accept international VISA, American Express and MASTERCARD cards. The official language in Kenya is English, and the national language is Swahili. Most people in urban areas speak English, while the vast majority, both in urban and rural areas, speaks Swahili.

The Maasai called it Enkare Nairobi, meaning “the place of cool waters”. Today, it is fondly referred to as the “Green City in the Sun”.Nairobi enjoys a fairly moderate climate. Getting around Nairobi is easy and relatively straightforward.It’s best to seek advice from the Hotel’s receptionist desk before setting off.Taxis are available from the Hotel. Public transport is by mini buses and matatus that operate on set routes identified using route numbers.

Nairobi National Park||This is the only park in the world within the proximity of a capital city with a wide variety of wild animals and bird species. Nairobi Safari Walk|| it was established as a refuge for wild animals found abandoned, orphaned or injured throughout Kenya||The Giraffe Centre|| it’s the cremation of the African Fund for Endangered Wildlife, and is where the Rothschild’s Giraffe was saved from extinction
This is the custodian of Kenya’s natural and cultural heritage, and thus collects, preserves and presents the past and present for today and prosperity
Situated on edge of Nairobi National Park. Is home to orphaned baby elephants.