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Kenya Visiting Guides

Lamu Island Dive Sites

Diving from Lamu is best from November to March. At present there is only one specialist dive operator in Lamu who can be contacted through all the hotels on the island. Run by a very friendly Englishman the diving is from a traditional dhow at sites around one and a half hours sailing time from the island. Kinyika Island The dive site is in the...

Kisite Island Dive Sites

Kisite is a favourite snorkeling destination for the popular daily dhow trips that are run by the Wasini Island Restaurant and others. Scuba diving excursions by dhow are also available. Inner Kisite This pristine reef makes a good spot for snorkeling because of its shallow depth and the variety of superb, colourful coral formations. The reef...

Kenya Dive Sites - Kilifi Dive Sites

Kilifi offers a relaxing base and some interesting diving. The deep Kilifi creek reaches inland for a distannce of 15km and separate Kilifi from Mnarani to the South. The is popular for watersports enthusiasts nd windsurfing, sailing, power-boat, water-skiing and diving facilities ar all available. Bofa Reef The reef has many types of unspoilt...

Fishing in Kenya

Kenya is renowned for it's big game fishing, six deep sea world records have been won on its Indian Ocean coast. Mountain streams teem with rainbow trout and the Northern Lakes are home to Nile Perch. Fishing Sites There are various Lakes, Rivers and Dams rich in trout, bass, nile perch, tiger fish, bonite, dorado (dolphine), yellowfish, sailfish...

Historical Sites In Kenya

Bomas of Kenya The Bomas of Kenya are found in the Nairobi suburb of Langata. A Boma is a traditional homestead. The Bomas of Kenya were originally an attempt to create a living museum of indigenous Kenyan life with a display of eleven traditional homesteads andan emphasis on regional dances.The place always had a heavily touristy feel, there is a...

Kenya Investment Guides

Kenya is the leading economy in East Africa. Its strategic location and its well developed business infrastructure make it a natural choice for investors and many international firms have made it their regional hub. Investing in Kenya now also provides access to the larger regional market of the East African Community, which was formed by its...

Festivals in Kenya

Image: Festivals in Kenya Festivals in Kenya are grandly observed all over the country. Kenya is a country of Eastern Africa, which is enclosed by Ethiopia to the northern edge, Somalia to the eastern edge, Tanzania to the southern edge and Uganda to the western edge. This country is flourished by a number of significant landmarks and plenty of sightseeing spots. All the...