Luxury hotels in Kenya? In Nairobi. Obviously, but not only.
Kenya has 50 beautiful national parks and reserves, making it the top safari destination in the world. These reserves are home to various species, including the Big Five (elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos, and buffalo), as well as other exotic animals.
Kenya’s national animal
The East African lion is Kenya's national animal, and the International Union for Conservation of Nature considers it vulnerable.
Wildebeest, antelope, and zebra migrate between Kenya and Tanzania in a clockwise cycle, a year-round natural phenomenon.
This is the world's largest tropical lake, and it is also the world's second-largest freshwater lake.
The population in Kenya is approximately 55 million people, with Nairobi having about 5 million people. There are 42 ethnic groups and 68 different languages spoken in Kenya.
The official languages are Swahili and English.