Last update on: May 20, 2019
From feeding the Giraffes to playing with adopted orphan elephants, from taking breathtaking hot-air balloon rides, to witnessing the cheetah hunt on the zebra, Kenya has a lot to offer.
The skyrocketing popularity of Kenya mostly depends on the population of the huge mammals. The list includes cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus), Lion (Panthera leo), Hippopotamus (Hippopotamus amphibius), rhinoceros, giraffe (Giraffa, zebra (Hippotigris), the African elephant (Loxodonta), wildebeest (Connochaetes), and the African buffalo (Syncerus caffer).
Swahili is the local language, which is known as Maa.
A few words go a long way in making things easier for you in a new country…so here goes!!!
Jambo – Hello
Habari! – How are you?
Mzuri Sana – I am fine, thank you!
Sisemi Kiswahili – I can’t speak Swahili
Hapana – No
Ndiyo – Yes
Asante sana – Thank you very much!
Kwaheri – Good bye!
From late June to October is the best time to visit Kenya.
the most incredible way to witness the beauty of this vast ecosystem is going for a hot air balloon safari over the beautiful land.
For a very comfortable and private visit to this place check for accommodation option at the Governors private Camp.
While on your trip, you can pay a visit to the Masai community and have a taste of their culture.
1 Kenyan shilling = 0.68 INR
1 Dollar = 100 Kenyan shilling (Approx)
The population of birds is also huge and the list includes ostrich (Struthio camelus) and flamingo. The beauty of this magical land is not only confined to the jungles, parks, and reserves but also witnesses a rich culture and some fascinating landscapes. As a result, jungle safaris are the main attraction of Kenya mainly in and around the reserves.