East Africa

East Africa is an area commonly referred to as the area comprising Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda but also includes other countries, such as Ethiopia, Sudan and even Mauritius and Seychelles.

The region has unique climate conditions and is characterized by cool temperature and dry air due to the geographical conditions, which make the region untypical lay green and live able compared to other African countries.

East Africa has some of the most scenic settings in the continent and includes many rivers, fresh water lakes, mountains and wide plateaus. It also includes one of the most diverse habitats for wildlife in the world.



Kenya is located on the East African with it's capital and largest city Nairobi, It has one of the most developed economy in the Eastern and Central African continent. Kenya has an extremely diverse climate, varying from tropical along the coast (e.g. Mombasa) to arid in its northern parts. The rainy season typically occurs from April to June and from October to November, though high temperatures persist throughout these months.

The country has considerable land area devoted to wildlife habitats and is renowned to have some of the largest concentration of mammals in its parks, and especially the "big five" mammals, that is the lion, leopard, buffalo, rhino, and elephant.

African wildlife and tropical coasts attract millions of tourist and tourism is the single most important drive-force of the economy, responsible for over 50% of the entire economy.