KENYA: Swahili, its history and some basic words

KENYA: Swahili, its history and some basic words

Swahili (also known as Kiswahili) is an African language spoken today by between 50 and 100 million people; thus becoming the second most extensive language on the continent after Arabic. Currently, this language is spoken mostly in Tanzania and Kenya, and also in the...
KENYA: Lake Victoria

KENYA: Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria is the largest inland lake in Africa and the largest tropical lake in the world. Covering an area of ​​68,800 square kilometers, this large African lake is located in Central Africa and is located in a former basin on the borders of three countries:...
KENYA: Samburu Reserve

KENYA: Samburu Reserve

Located in the north of Kenya, between Isiolo and Archer’s Post, we find one of the most beautiful reserves in Kenya in terms of landscape. Divided into 3 different parts separated by a river, the Ewaso Ng’iro, provides a line of life to the animals and...

KENYA: Masai Mara Reserve

The Masai Mara is one of the most impressive safaris you can do in Africa. It borders the Serengeti of Tanzania (if you want to read our experience in this park in Tanzania you can click here), giving rise to one of the most beautiful spectacles of nature, such as the...
KENYA: Lamu Island

KENYA: Lamu Island

Lamu is an archipelago located on the north coast of Kenya, right on the border with the Somali border. It is made up of 6 islands: Manda, Pate, Lamu, Kiwayu, Kiunga and Lama. The two largest cities, Lamu and Shela, are located on the island of Lamu. Manda Island is...
KENYA: Practical information and its essentials

KENYA: Practical information and its essentials

Capital: Nairobi Superficie: 580.367 km2 Inhabitants: 47.600.000 inhabitants (2019) Population density: 82,02 inhabitants per km2.  Languages: The official languages ​​of Kenya are Swahili and English. In school, these two languages ​​are learned while the mother...