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Kenya Facts, Nation Kenya is a Sovereign State in East Africa officially known as "Republic of Kenya", Nairobi, Capital City is Kenya and also the largest city in Kenya Country.

Where Is Kenya In Africa

Kenya Country is located on the equator and is bounded on the southeast by the Kenya Indian Ocean and Tanzania, the second east African Country in the south, Uganda in the west, while South Sudan is in the northwest part of Kenya.

Facts About Kenya Country  - Visit Kenya

  • The name Kenya is believed to derive from the names of Kikuyu, Embu and Kamba for "Kirinyig" Karinama "and" Kenya "of Mount Kenya. Another story for this name originates in Russia from Russia, where this The name means "innocent" or "harmless".

  • There is no middle class in Kenya, either people are really very poor or really very rich.

  • Kenyans of Indian origin constitute the richest people in the East African Countries. These people buy everything they need from Shopping Malls, Hotels In Kenya aur shops etc.

  • Kenya was a British colony and was under British colonial rule i.e. British Colonial Rule from 1895 to 1963. He then won the Kenya Independence in 1963 and since 1964 is a Republic Country.

  • Kenyan Environmentalist or Environmentalist Professor Mahathai won the Nobel Peace Prize in the year 2004. She was the first African Women to win this award.

  • Kenya Culture and Religion, about 70% of Kenyan people are Christians, about 25% are followers of Kenyan indigenous religions, while the remaining 5% are Muslims. There are also Hindus, Sikhs, Parsis who live exclusively among the Asian Community.

  • In Kenya Culture the Embu tribe is famous for dancing on silts performed by men wearing long black coats and white masks.

Kenya Tourist Attractions And Kenya Animals

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  • The number of Kenya animals is unmatched compared to other species in the world. According to both numbers and different types of species. Tourists, thousands of tourists visit Kenya Travel and thousands of wildlife every year, especially to see the migration of wildlife, animals such as lions, leopards, bison, elephants, rhinoceros, giraffes, zebras, A wide range of crocodile and bird species that can be found in all Kenya Tourism itself.

  • Despite being an equatorial Nation Kenya, most of the provinces of Kenya have very cold winters. And in some places, many seasons are seen on a single day. Winter in the morning, summer in the afternoon and rain in the evening.

  • Kenyan Drivers are very patient. Whenever in the capital city Nairobi are caught in the traffic jam in the morning and evening. Although Kenyan people drive on the left hand side of the road, they have Kenya Driving Policy like U.S.

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  • Another unique thing about Kenya is its magnificent sights. Those visiting Kenya definitely pay attention to some of the notch scenes and sights. Among them are places like Fourteen Falls in Thika, which is the longest and deepest falling waterfall in East Africa.

  • There are other scenes in Kenya that cannot be found anywhere else in the world. If you are traveling in Machakos City, you will find that there is a certain section of highway that starts to challenge gravity, things move up and down instead of coming down. This place remains a mystery, and even a walk would have surprised Isaac Newton himself to discover that his theory might be dismissed later.

  • Mombasa, a city in Kenya surrounded by the Indian Ocean, makes it one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The city is usually visited by many tourists, not only because of their beauty but also for business opportunities.

  • There is not much noise on the streets of Kenya. People only play the horn when someone makes a mistake while driving.

  • Kenya Language, English, Swahili and many foreign languages are widely spoken in kenya. Swahili Language is also called Ki-Swahili here and it is also the National Language of Kenya.

  • Kenya is also covered with forests, it is one of the greenest countries in the world. Some of the largest rain forests include Mau, Burnt Forest, and Kakamega Forest.

  • In some forests, especially Kakamega, there are rare breeds of some butterflies and snakes that cannot be found anywhere else.

  • Kenyan Lake Victoria is the world's largest tropical lake called Tropical Lake, which shares it with Uganda and Tanzania.

  • Kenyan Law supported its women in all domestic matters. No questions are asked if a man is killed by his wife, and if he complains he is thrown in jail.

  • A lot of Kenyan Athlete training in the high altitude area of the Central Highlands. They can be seen regularly running and cycling on the highways.


  • It is written in the Kenyan constitution that men can have more than one wife. The practice is known as polygamy and it was passed as legislation in 2014.