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Kenya Attractions

Samburu – Wildlife Park: This desert-like park is located between Nairobi and Lake Turkana. Here you can see the rare oryx, gerenuk, reticulated giraffe and Grevy’s zebra. Ostriches and elephants are easy to spot...

Memo to a Tourist in Kenya

Memo to a Tourist in Kenya

Travel and transport Nairobi has two airports for domestic and regional flights, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and Wilson Airport. Kenya has over 150 domestic airports and airstrips, and there are daily flights to the...

MOMBASA

Mombasa Travel Guide

Mombasa surprises as a beach destination. Located in Kenya, the sunny sandy beaches of Mombasa are a destination where you can spice up your beach holiday on a safari for a few days, for...

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN NAIROBI

FLIGHTS, ACCOMMODATION AND MOVEMENT IN NAIROBI

With one change of arrival There are no direct flights from Finland to Nairobi. Several European airlines operate to Nairobi via major cities such as Amsterdam and Paris. The machine usually only needs to...

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Kenya Overview

Kenya is located in East Africa, on the Indian Ocean, bordering Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. The country is also home to Mount Kenya, Africa’s second highest mountain after Kilimanjaro. After one of...

Ethiopia

Mass Media in Eastern Africa

Mass Media in Ethiopia The dominant newspapers in Ethiopia are state controlled, with Addis Zemen (Amharic, founded in 1941, circulation approximately 40,000) and Ethiopian Herald (English, founded in 1943, circulation 37,000) published by the...

Kenya Population and Language

Kenya Population and Language

About 40 people live in Kenya. Nearly two-thirds of the residents belong to one of the five largest: kikuyu, luhya, kalenjin, luo and kamba. Independent Kenya has long been spared serious ethnic conflicts, but...

Art in Kenya

Art in Kenya

In Kenya, we find in Swahili whitewashed buildings with carved doorframes in dark wood, wooden chests with metal fittings and chairs with inlays of ivory. The Masai are especially known for their large circular...

Literature of Kenya

Literature of Kenya

A considerable part of the early Kenyan literature consists of autobiographical and anthropological imprints. The most famous of these is Facing Mount Kenya (1938) by Jomo Kenyatta. Mention should also be made of Child...

From Kenya's capital Nairobi

Economy and Business in Kenya

Kenya is one of the most economically developed countries in Africa, with a complex business sector based on agriculture, and with a modern sector with significant industry and a substantial service sector, including tourism....