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Kenya is an African country that is mostly very prominent and known for its beautiful parks and ideal opportunities for big game viewing, diversity of scenery ranging from its golden beaches on the Indian Ocean, to its challenging mountain climbs [Mt. Kenya] and its arid northern desert regions that give a spell of magic to the traveller and the golden hue that spreads over the country with the desert sand is just simply mind blowing and fascinting, it is also the home of the nomadic tribes still unaffected by modern times.They are the same kind of people who have lived through the times and come over from centuries together.Although it is a very nice place to visit and explore the real African continent it is not that developed a place as it has not reached the stage where it can compete with the outside world and the modern countries.If you want to discover a lot of places then that is not a problem as there are sights that are worth visiting and exploring especially the lakes and the parks that are lush green and attractive to the eyes of the tourists.
Business and Economy
The great majority of Kenyans are engaged in farming which is the most common form of getting some revenue into the country and also they have the right kind of soil so it is an opportunity for them to eran a good earning.,They also cultivate other things like Coffee, tea, sisal, pyrethrum, corn, and wheat are grown in the highlands, mainly on small African-owned farms formed by dividing some of the large, formerly European-owned estates.Other fruits and dry fruits like Coconuts, pineapples, cashew nuts, cotton, sugarcane, sisal, and corn are grown in the lower-lying areas. Much of the country is savanna, where large numbers of cattle are pastured.
Agriculture is the forte in Kenya although but you do find other options like they also produce dairy goods, pork, poultry, and eggs. The country's leading manufactures include consumer goods such as plastic, furniture, textiles, cigarettes, and leather goods; refined petroleum; processed food; cement; and metal products.
There are a lot of cities in Kenya and Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. While urban Nairobi is not what attracts international leisure travelers to Kenya, you may find yourself with some time to see the city's historic landmarks and monuments.Mombasa is Kenya's second biggest city which is Kenyas main seaport and the capital of the Coast Province.This place is the most connected to the world as far as Africa is concerned.The modern center of Mombasa is the intersection of four major thoroughfares: Moi Avenue, Nyerere Road, Nkrumah Road, and Digo Road. However the other cities like Kisumu.
The citys most famous land mark is also located here: two pairs of crossed tusks created as a ceremonial arch to commemorate the coronation of Elizabeth II in 1953.
582,650 sq km total area
670 sq km of irrigated land
32,021,856 Kenyan population
44.94 years life expectancy