Kenya has a total of 47 counties, which were created by the 2010 constitution. Each county is headed by a County Governor elected by the residents of the County. The county is also subdivided into constituencies which are further subdivided into wars, represented by the MP and MCA respectively. Since the implementation of the new … Continue reading List of all the 47 counties in Kenya and their codes (table and map)
There are many national parks in Kenya. This article will list all the national parks found in Kenya. Kenya has 22 national parks, managed by the Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS). Below is a list of all the national parks in Kenya: 1. Mount Kenya National Park 2. Amboseli National Park 3. South Island National Park … Continue reading List of national parks in Kenya
According to the KWS, the body responsible for managing Kenyan national parks and reserves, the following are some of the rules visitors, both local and foreign, should abide by: The following park rules relate to wildlife tours in Kenya Respect the privacy of the wildlife, this is their habitat. Beware of the animals, they are … Continue reading Park rules for Kenya wildlife and marine tours
Kenya is one of the few countries in the world that can boast of being home to many natural attractions within its boarders. These include diverse sceneries, ancient granitic hills, desert, coral reefs, wildlife, history, and different cultures. Kenya is located along the equator, making it experience a climate that is a darling for most … Continue reading Kenya’s major tourism products
Kenya is one of the most favorite destinations for safari in Africa. Other most common destinations include Tanzania, Namibia, Uganda, South Africa, and Botswana. In this article, I provide a general guide for what one should pack when they visit Kenya. This list may apply to those visiting most safari destinations in Africa. However, each … Continue reading What should I pack when visiting Kenya?
If you are a foreigner or local tourist, you may be interested in knowing the animal orphanages in Kenya, especially if you are an animal and nature enthusiast. This article contains a list of animal orphanages in Kenya. What are animal orphanages? In Kenya, animal orphanages are established to provide necessary care to orphaned, injured, … Continue reading List of animal orphanages and sanctuaries in Kenya
Kisii is one of the 47 counties in Kenya. This article outlines the best hotels in Kisii region, in both Kisii and Nyamira counties. The best hotels in Kisii have earned their competitiveness in the region for offering excellent services to their clients. Some of the hotels are rated 4 stars while others are 5-star … Continue reading Best hotels in Gusii: Kisii & Nyamira Counties, accommodation costs and amenities
This article contains a list of the best hotels in Nyeri County. Located in the central region of Kenya, Nyeri County is in the former Central Province. Nyeri county has an approximate area of 3,356 square kilometres., with its major towns being Nyeri town, Karatina and Othaya. Nyeri Counties attraction points are Aberdare National Park, … Continue reading List: Top 10 best hotels in Nyeri County
This is a list of the best conference places in Nanyuki County. There are many conference facilities in Nanyuki, which has grown due to the British army base in the region. The town lies on the equator and is in close proximity to the country’s best game reserves and national parks. Mt Kenya is also … Continue reading Conference venues in Nanyuki County
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All the places you can live in Kenya have their unique attributes that set them apart from the rest.
Amboseli Park has been a wildlife sanctuary since 1899. In 1974 it was officially declared a national park. Its location directly at the foot of Kilimanjaro and its large herds of elephants make it a magnet for visitors.
Established in 1948, Tsavo Park is divided into Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks. With a total area of almost 22,000 km², it is the largest national park in Kenya and is located in the south-east of the country. The railway line runs directly through Tsavo Park and separates it into two, a larger … Continue reading Tsavo East National Park
With a size of 193 km², the Shimba Hills National Reserve is a smaller protected area close to the coast and is therefore ideal for day trips and short safaris.
Lake Naivasha and the area around the lake have been declared a national park and should not miss from your agenda while on a Kenyan safari tour. Wildlife drives, hikes and boat trips are available for Lake Naivasha. Location and arrival at Lake Naivasha National Park Lake Naivasha is located in the East African Rift … Continue reading Lake Naivasha National Park
The largest park in Kenya measures over 21,000 km². In 1948 it was divided into Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks along the railway line from Nairobi and Mombasa.
A safari through Kenya can be an unforgettable experience for the safari traveler: vast savannahs, many forests, arid landscapes, wild animals including the fascinating “Big Five”.
The Masai Mara Reserve has become known for its immense animal wealth, especially big cats, the great wildebeest migration and the proud nomadic Maasai people.
Political unrest, natural disasters or the risk of terrorist attacks represent a security risk that is difficult to calculate for travelers. It is therefore all the more important to find out about the security situation in the respective country before you start your holiday. The Risk Map 2022 can serve as a guide here. The … Continue reading The most dangerous holiday destinations in 2022
In a country like the Maldives, where the average surface area barely rises a meter above the water, a 5.1 meter high hill is almost a mountain massif. Mount Villingili, which can be found on the island state’s only golf course, officially received a certificate as both the highest peak in the Maldives and the … Continue reading With just 5m, Mt. Vilingili is arguably the highest mountain in the Maldives