When we say Kenya is a hotbed of culture, it is still an understatement – because English provides no better words to encapsulate the rich diversity packed in the 44 tribes of our people spread across our country’s 47 counties. So follow us as we show you why we love Kenya.
Besides a rich wildlife heritage, an equally vibrant and very modern culture that resides in expressions of art, music and architecture abounds in every town you visit.
But this culture does not always have to be large, untouchable and daunting. It can also be small, touchable and portable.
There is no better time than now to visit Kenya when old legacies are preserved while still allowing the classics to continue thriving. They say old habits die hard. In Kenya, they take a life of their own. Have you travelled on the #LunaticExpress? Have you heard of the new #MadarakaExpress? We have both for your enjoying pleasure.
Whatever your destination, even to the so-called northern frontiers, you will find an elaborate road network to ease the thrill of adventure.
Sometimes mementoes of your Kenyan safari should not always exist as wrappable souvenirs. Instead, they could become part of you. Have you tried our henna art, for instance?
Beyond the sheer beauty of our spectacular landscapes lies great life lessons worth learning. Did you, for instance, feel a sense of hope when you stood at the dark edge of a Kenyan cave system, and the light at the other end gave new energy to keep on keeping on?
They may have told you that we are inefficient in resource use in Kenya, which may be true. But what do you say to a piece of furniture made out of old decommissioned aeroplanes? So it is not all gloom and doom after all.
There are few places on earth where nature thrives undisturbed for centuries, like in Kenya. In some instances, you have the luxury of feasting your eyes on an almost endless vastness of savannah that continues to sustain the lives of both man and beast.
Finally, when it is all said and done, Kenya has a wild side everyone loves to see. But there is also a cosmopolitan flip side of things that is equally seductive. So visit us and see why we love Kenya.