Kenya Culture Analysis

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Chapter I The chapter give information on the cultural environment in Kenya. It contains of study and data that would be the possible solutions to the problem of Kenya. The situated chapter, introduction, tells about the culture analysis of Kenya. I. Introduction Kenya is still the main tourist destination for sightseeing because of its beautiful ambience and wild animals within the area. It is also suit for all adventure travellers to explore Kenya. It is consider as one of the greatest--and the most famous--safari destination in the world. Safari is the most wanted place of destination for it is rich culture and overwhelming attractions to all travellers in Kenya. Kenya is the third largest economic exchange earner when it comes to tourism…show more content…
III. Geographical Setting A. Location The geography of Kenya is diverse. Kenya has a coastline on the Indian Ocean, which contains swamps of East African mangroves. Inland are broad plains and numerous hills. Central and Western Kenya is characterized by the Kenyan Rift Valley home to two of Africa 's highest mountains, Mount Kenya and Mount Elgon.The Kakamega Forest in western Kenya is relic of an East African rainforest. Much larger is Mau Forest, the largest forest complex in East Africa. Kenya is situated right along the equator, on the eastern coast of the African continent. Its coastal region is on the southeast, and to the east lies Somalia. Ethiopia is to the north, the Sudan to the northwest, and Uganda directly to the west. The southwestern border of the country is marked by Lake Victoria, and southward lies Tanzania. Kenya 's geography is marvellously varied. While much of north-eastern Kenya is a flat, bush-covered plain, the remainder of the country encompasses pristine beaches, scenic highlands and lake regions, the Great Rift Valley, and the magnificent Mount Kenya. B.…show more content…
The interior is much higher than the rest of the country, and the mountains are roughly in a line running north and south. Its highest mountain, Mount Kenya, is located in approximately the center of the country. The Great Rift Valley runs from north to south through Kenya, separating the Lake Victoria basin to the west from the hills in the east, which slide into the dry grassy lowlands and coastal beaches. Kenya 's topography forms complex ecological zones, including one called the highland zone. This is a region of rolling uplands characterized by cool weather, abundant rainfall, rich volcanic soils, and dense human

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