Embark on an awe-inspiring journey as you hunt through into the breathtaking Natural Wonders that Kenya has to offer. Prepare to be captivated by the sheer beauty and diversity of Kenya’s landscapes, from the perfect sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean coastline to the bumpy escarpments of the Great Rift Valley. Immerse yourself in the wonders of the Maasai Mara, where endless plains stretch as far as the eye can see, providing a backdrop for the world-famous annual migration of wildebeest and other wildlife.
Cultural heritage exploration:
Kenya is a rich county full of diverse ethnic communities. Each community is blessed with diverse cultural activities and traditions. Tourism in Kenya will open your mind to discover all the 44 tribes
Tribes found in Kenya
Kenya is a diverse country with a rich cultural heritage, home to various tribes that contribute to the vibrant society. Here are some of the prominent tribes in Kenya:
- Kikuyu: The largest ethnic group in Kenya, the Kikuyu people are known for their agricultural practices, entrepreneurship, and political influence. They reside mainly in the central region of Kenya, around Mount Kenya.
- Luo: The Luo tribe primarily inhabits the western part of Kenya, particularly around Lake Victoria. They are known for their traditional music, dance, and vibrant storytelling traditions.
- Luhya: The Luhya people are the second-largest ethnic group in Kenya. They are mainly found in the western part of the country, particularly in the regions of Kakamega, Bungoma, and Vihiga. The Luhya are known for their farming skills, intricate basket weaving, and love for traditional dances.
- Kalenjin: The Kalenjin tribe is concentrated in the Rift Valley region of Kenya. They are known for their prowess in athletics and have produced world-renowned athletes such as Kipchoge Keino, and David Rudisha. The Kalenjin people are also skilled farmers, with maize being a staple crop in their diet.
- Maasai: The Maasai tribe is perhaps one of the most recognizable tribes in Kenya. Known for their distinct traditional attire, intricate bead work, and nomadic pastoralist lifestyle, the Maasai primarily reside in the semi-arid regions of southern Kenya. They are known for their close relationship with wildlife and their commitment to preserving their cultural heritage.
These are just a few of the many tribes that make up Kenya’s diverse population. Other tribes include, Samburu, Kamba, Kisii, Turkana, Meru, Taita, Mijikenda, Gabra, Embu, Rendile, Oromo, Borana, Kuria and taveta each tribe owning its own unique customs, languages, traditions, and contributions to the country’s cultural landscape.
Exciting Wildlife Safaris Kenya:
Kenya is one of the most treasured nation globally for its 5 star wildlife safaris. It is privillaged with remarkable and unforgettable encounters like Maasai Mara National Reserve and Tsavo. It in a country with countless National parks just to mention a few like Nairobi National Park residing at the heart of the capital city, Amboseli National Park, Aberdare National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Meru National Park, Samburu and Mount Kenya National Park.
A single visit will mark your unforgettable travel in Kenya since you will be exposed to your desire to see the boastful Big Five wild animals like Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Buffalo.
Hidden Gems Kenya:
Kenya is also a place with hidden gems. This include;
- Hell’s Gate National Park: The Hell’s Gate National Park is a remarkable quarter of the Great Rift Valley. Hell’s Gate National Park lies south of Lake Naivasha Nakuru County.