News and Events

British army joins fight against poaching

British army joins fight against elephant and rhino poaching. The ... Read more..
Tuesday, 05 November 2013 14:03

Single tourism visa planned for Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda

Three East African Countries - Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda are working on a single tourist visa that... Read more..
Friday, 01 November 2013 00:00
KQ to fly direct to China starting this November

KQ to fly direct to China starting this November

Kenya Airways has received the Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, as the airline strengthens its long haul... Read more..
Thursday, 31 October 2013 00:00

Yaya Touré has promised to join Kenya in combating wildlife crime

Nairobi, Kenya: International football star Yaya Touré has ... Read more..
Tuesday, 29 October 2013 00:00

Kenya's First Lady backs initiatives to save elephants

Kenya's First Lady Margaret Kenyatta on Tuesday backed efforts by the ... Read more..
Tuesday, 25 June 2013 00:00
Prince backs war on poaching

Prince backs war on poaching

The war against poaching received a major boost on Sunday when Britain’s Prince William called ... Read more..
Thursday, 10 January 2013 06:59
Paws Africa Safaris Boosts its Fleet

Paws Africa Safaris Boosts its Fleet

Paws Africa Safaris has acquired New 9 seater 4WD safari land rovers ... Read more..
Monday, 23 July 2012 00:00
Travel Guides
GENERAL TRAVEL INFORMATION FOR THE VISITOR
Arrivals & Departures
Kenya is readily accessed by air from Europe, the USA, Southern America, the Middle East and Australasia to two main ports of entry by air.

Jomo Kenyatta international airport - Nairobi. Located 16 km from the city center.
Moi International Airport - Mombasa. Located 12 km from the town center.

Our own National carrier; Kenya Airways, is highly regarded international carrier, with a modern fleet of aircraft. Mombasa is the main port of entry by sea.

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GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT KENYA
HISTORY
Islamic Influence
Well known as excellent traders, Muslims came to East Africa (from the 8th century onwards) for what they knew best – commerce. They sailed with their dhows from the Arabian Peninsula to settle on the coast, on the virgin soil of what is now known as Kenya. They eventually intermarried with the Africans, resulting in relatively affluent and Islamic – influenced towns, which acted as entry points for the crossing Indian Ocean trade. Even today, Kenya’s richest history can be felt in the coastal towns.

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