General Information About KenyaKenya is a country rich in wildlife, culture, history, beauty and friendly, welcoming people. Kenya is geographically diverse, from snow-capped mountain peaks to extensive forests to wide-open plains. Key geographical attractions include the Great Rift Valley, which features extinct volcanoes and hot springs, and Kenya's coastline, complete with reefs and magnificent beaches. Combine all this with a well-developed tourist infrastructure of hotels, lodges, campsites and a variety of activities, and its no wonder Kenya is a popular tourist destination attracting millions of visitors each year.
Sports Played in KenyaSports in Kenya is paralleled with Kenyan culture and as old as the archaeological trivia of the trace of the origin of mankind. Various indigenous traditional sports have prevailed in Kenya as elements of culture and a way of life since the history of mankind. Some of the traditional games and sports prevalent in Kenya since antiquity included but not limited to, wrestling, racing exercises, stick fights, hunting (using spears and arrows), board games, bull fights, and dances. Today, many sports are popular in Kenya, played both professionally and as recreational physical activities. Sports played in Kenya today include athletics (track & field and other running events), cricket, motor sports, Association football, rugby union, volleyball, basketball, swimming and diving, team handball, netball, rounders, baseball, shooting, softball, bicycling, martial arts, Lawn Tennis, Table Tennis, Squash, Badminton, Golf, Canoeing, Chess, Goal Ball, Horse Riding/Equestrianism, Polo, Weightlifting, Wrestling, Archery, Roller Sports, Ice Hockey and Mountain Sports - Kenya. Globally, Kenya is mainly known for its dominance in middle-distance and long-distance races.
Kenya Culture and HistoryKenya is a culturally diverse nation made up of different tribal groups, each with distinct languages, dress, music, and food. Some of the better known tribes include the coastal Swahili people and Maasai warriors in the wildlife rich grasslands. As much as a quarter of the population belongs to farming communities in the north. The Kenyans have a family and community oriented culture, influenced by African traditions and the colonial period, most notably Catholicism. They are creative and artistic and the nation has produced a number of notable writers and musicians and has a well developed cultural scene with television, theater, music, dance and the visual arts well represented. Kenya’s colorful festivals are a good way for visitors to gain insight into aspects of the country’s traditions.
Kenya NightlifeThe late night scene in Kenya’s cities and towns can be described as simply vibrant, fun and plentiful. After the sun has set in the ‘green city of Nairobi’, travelers and visitors can be fully entertained in some of the city’s stylish and exciting bars and nightclubs. Kenyans too love to party! This is therefore a chance to meet and interact with locals as you drink and dance to music of your choice. Nightlife at the Coast is as exciting as the Swahili name given to the main city of Mombasa, ‘Mombasa Raha’ (Swahili term meaning Mombasa Fun). A perfect way to spend evenings after basking in the sun, if you have energy, you could sample some of the coastal towns’ nightlife. Bars and nightclubs are most popular during the weekends- whether one is suffering from cold sores or not. This as a destination for digital nomads, locals, tourists and expatriates like to meet under the stylish, sophisticated and electric ambience of cosmopolitan secure nightspots where resident DJs belt out the latest dance music. To sweeten the nightlife experience, professional table service waiters are there to serve you from a rich menu of spirits, liquor, cocktails and shooters
Mombasa is known to have the best beaches in Africa and the entire globe. The beach is about 17 kilometres
Family wildlife safari in Kenya, Covering Amboseli, Treetops, Sweetwater’s, Samburu game reserve, Lake Nakuru Family safari, Crescent Island Boat ride
Aberdare National Park was created in 1950 to protect the forested slopes and moors of the Aberdare Mountains. The Park