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Fly to Kenya

Known worldwide as the ultimate safari destination, Kenya offers amazing wildlife spotting opportunities, including a high chance to see the animals on the wish list of so many; the lion, the leopard, the elephant, the buffalo and the rhino – also known as the Big Five. That and the chance to see the wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara, one of the 7 natural wonders of the world, make Kenya a hot contender to take the number one spot worldwide to go on safari.

Kenya is, however, a country with much more on offer than wildlife safaris. Kenya also has heavenly beaches, is an extremely rich cultural destination, is home to Africa’s 2nd highest mountain and offers world-class activity based adventures, like hiking, paragliding, running, cycling including mountain biking, horseback riding, fishing, climbing, golf and all water-related activities like diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, kite surfing, and white-water rafting.

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Travel Guide to Kenya

Popular destinations

Kenya’s reputation precedes itself. Every year thousands of tourist flock to this country to witness African wildlife and nature at its best. Popular destinations listed below are a must see when make visiting Kenya, you simply can’t leave without dropping in at the very least.

Airports in Kenya

Not all destinations around Kenya are serviced by dedicated airports. Below you will find a list of the main airport hubs, and these can get you pretty much anywhere you need to be around the country (or as close as you can by flying).

Main Airport Hubs:

While these are a list of the main airport hubs, Kenya has a vast number of secondary airstrips served via the scheduled airline network. These are in remote destinations such as the game parks and island areas. This means that you can buy a ticket on Tripindigo that'll get you really close to where you need to be.

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A Brief history of Kenya

Kenya has been populated by humans for millions of years, some of which are now found as fossils in various locations in the country. The first European presence started in 1498 when the Portuguese arrived on the coast before they were defeated by the locals with the help of the people from Oman. The Omanis ruled the East African coastline until the British established what is now known as Kenya as their colony in 1895. The Kenyan people gained independence in 1963 after the Mau Mau rebellion.

 

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Useful Information

The major airport is Jomo Kenyatta International Airport - also known as JKIA (NBO), Wilson airport (WIL) serves the regional airports and many of the flights to the Mara and other tourist destinations leave from Wilson too. A taxi is required to get from one to the other.

  • Time zone: UTC / GMT +3
  • Currency: Kenyan Shilling (KSh, often written as =/)
  • Driving: left-hand side of the road
  • Power Outlets: 220V-240V 50Hz. Plug types are ‘Type D & G (British)’

Country Tips

  • Respect local culture and custom
  • The local currency is often called ‘bob’. “This souvenir costs 2000 bob.”
  • Do not exchange with street sellers; banks usually offer the best rates of exchange
  • Kenya does not accept old USD notes, make sure you have series 2009 or newer
  • Ensure your USD notes don’t have any tears or ink marks as they might be refused
  • Use internet cafes judiciously as you should anywhere in the world
  • It is advisable to hire a driver when hiring a car. Drivers are not expensive.