Kenya is a land richly en-dower by nature, situated on the east coast of Africa. It is a land where one can view snow-capped mountains one day and laze on palm fringed beaches the next. Kenya has known the presence of humankind since the very earliest development of our species. Moreover, the region has long been a migratory path, passed through by wave upon wave of peoples from all over Africa and, later, from the Middle East as well.
Kenya offers the traveler a great safari attraction. It is also a country of great diversity with much more to offer than only splendid wildlife. The country offers fabulous scenery and a variety of tribal cultures. From its central location, the sacred peaks of Mr Kenya which reign over the landscape primarily covered by grasslands and thorn trees, much of it enclosed within its many parks and reserves
Kenya's population is overwhelmingly (97%) comprised of people of African descent, though that group is composed of over 70 different tribal groups. Among the most significant are the Kikuyu, Kamba, Gusii, Luhya, and Luo. Kenya's primary languages are English and Swahili, though regional tribal languages abound.