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The uniqueness of Kenya

The uniqueness of Kenya
Its religion, population, and education

A very important role in Kenyans life is religion. 83% of them are Christian (47% Protestant and 23%  are Roman Catholic). This religion was brought by Europans. For these people, going to church on Sunday is very important. Religious icons and sacred spaces in people’s homes can be seen very often. [...]

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Kenya’s Fortune

Kenya’s Fortune

What else if not Safari? This National Park located in Maasai Mara is the best place in Kenya you can go to. Many reasons explain it, like those amazing animals you can see live. Imagine you are standing at one spot and ten meters in front of you, an elephant is walking with its family. Crazy, right? I will write below those important and exciting things for this place. [...]

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Safety and security in Kenya

Safety and security in Kenya

In big cities like Nairobi, Mombasa and other, bag snatching is often, especially at the bus station, railway station and airports. Also, kidnapping and car-jacking are not very rare to happen. After reading this you may be afraid to visit this country but it’s all good because these things happen almost everywhere you go. [...]

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Kenya and some facts

Kenya and some facts

Kenya is a country with 43.5 million people. With a location in East Africa, it’s a capital city is called Nairobi. This city is also the largest in the country and it is located in the southwest. Kenya’s neighbors are Uganda to the south and South Sudan, Ethiopia and Somalia to the north. Actually, it lies directly on the equator. The flag is with three colors: black, red and green with white edges. But in the middle of the flag, there is the red, white and black Maasai shield, a traditional symbol for the defense of the country. [...]

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Marriage and Family in Tanzania

The relative status of woman and men.
Unfortunately, women seem to have a lower standard of living than man do. Generally, boys are valued more than girls and this is something that should be changed. Only businesswomen or women politicians can enjoy privileges equal to that of men. [...]

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Art and languages in Tanzania

Painting, Cartoon, Sculpture this and so much more in this beautiful country.
Ever heard about Tingatinga? Well if not, this is a very popular Tanzanian painting, painted with enamel paints on canvas. Most of them are with animals and flowers all in a colorful design. This style comes from [...]

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Religion, Law, and order in Tanzania

The religions in Tanzania are Muslim and Christianity. One third of the population are Muslims and one third – the other religion. Christianity began to show up in Tanzania at the beginning of the 16th century. The remaining third belongs to one of the numerous indigenous religions. Hinduism and Buddhism are also found among the population. [...]

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Culture in Tanzania

Does the name Tanganyika tell you something? Weird but this was the first name of the country Tanzania, given by a British civil servant in 1920.  But then in 1964 Tanganyika joined Zanzibar and other islands so it became the United Republic of Tanzania.

This country has a very rich history because Tanzania was a former colony of Germany and Britain. In many architectural buildings and remains, there are slave trade and other goods to be seen. [...]

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Uganda…Wander and wonder… and then you fall in love!

I remember a story that we were told while growing up, about the Europeans who came to our motherland in the search for colonization. They wandered and roamed our land like butterflies, or at least with little sense of direction. In amazement, our forefathers then referred to them as Mzungu. This swahilli word is loosely translated as wanderer. Today we still refer to whites as Mzungu.

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Best African Safari Tours in Madagascar

Best African Safari Tours in Madagascar Marojeji National Park Ranomafana National Park Tsingy de Bemaraja Nature Reserve Ankarafantsika National Park Andohahela National Park Zombitse-Vohibasia National Park Isalo National Park Mantadia National Park

Best African Safari Tours in Zambia

Best African Safari Tours in Zambia National Park Sioma Ngwezi Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park Kafue National Park Lukusuki National Park National Park Nsumbu Lochinbar National Park Isangano National Park Kasanka National Park

Best African Safari Tours in Zimbabwe

Best African Safari Tours in Zimbabwe Gonarezhou National Park Nyanga National Park Matobo National Park Hwuange National Park National Park of Victoria Falls Matusadona National Park Chizarira National Park Mana Pools National Park

Best African Safari Tours in Uganda

Best African Safari Tours in Uganda Kibale National Park Queen Elizabeth National Park Bwindi National Park Sanctuary Ziwa Rhino Kidepo Valley National Park Rwenzori Mountains National Park Murchinson Falls National Park Mgahinga Gorilla National Park Reserve Ajai Game

Best African Safari Tours in Tanzania

Best African Safari Tours in Tanzania Mikumi National Park Mahale Mountains National Park Udzungwa Mountains National Park Serengeti National Park Katavi National Park Arusha National Park Gombe Stream National Park Saadani National Park Kilimanjaro National Park Tarangire National Park

Best African Safari Tours in Gambia

Best African Safari Tours in Gambia Makasutu National Park National Park Niumi Gambia River National Park National Reserve of Abuko Kiang West National Park Tanbi Wetland Complex Baobolong Wetland Reserve

Best African Safari Tours in Senegal

Best African Safari Tours in Senegal Niokolo-Koba National Park Popenguine National Park Djoujd National Park Bandia Nature Reserve Fathala Reserve National Park Basse Casamance Wildlife Reserve of Ferlo (North and South) National Park of the Salum Delta

Best African Safari Tours in Nigeria

Best African Safari Tours in Nigeria Gashaka Gumti National Park Yankari National Park Kainji National Park Okomu National Park Old Oyo National Park Chad Basin National Park Kamuku National Park Baturiya National Park Sambisa National Park

Best African Safari Tours in Kenya

Best African Safari Tours in Kenya Amboseli National Park Kora National Park Nairobi National Park Marsabit National Park Maasai Mara National Reserve Dodori National Reserve Ruma National Park Meru National Park Nakuru Lake National Park Aberdare National Park

Best African Safari Tours in Namibia

Best African Safari Tours in Namibia Etosha National Park Bwabwata National Park Mamili National Park Sperrgebiet National Park Khaudom National Park Mangueti National Park Dorob National Park Waterberg Plateau National Park Namib-Naukluft National Park

Best African Safari Tours in Botswana

Best African Safari Tours in Botswana Chobe National Park Okavango Delta Reserve of animals Moremi National Park of Nxai Pan Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park Kvango-Zambezi conservation area

Best African Safari Tours in South Africa

Best African Safari Tours in South Africa Kruger National Park Sanvona animal reserve (Cape Town) Inverdoorn Nature Reserve Aquila animal reserve National Park iSimangaliso Hluluwe-iMfolozi National Park Maloti-Drakensberg National Park National Park of the Elephants of Addo

Zimbabwe Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Harare Government Republic Currency US dollar (official for governmental transactions) Various (see below) Area total: 390,757 km2 water: 3,910 km2 land: 386,847 km2 Population 12,521,000 (2009 Census) Language English (official), Shona (official), Sindebele (official) (the language of the Ndebele), numerous but minor tribal dialects Religion Syncretic (part Christian, part indigenous beliefs) 50%, Christian 25%, indigenous beliefs 24%, [...]read moreZimbabwe Short Introduction for Travelers

Zambia Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Lusaka Government Republic Currency Zambian Kwacha (ZMW) Area total: 752,614km² water: 11,890km² land: 740,724km² Population 16,212,000 Language English (official), major vernaculars – Bemba, Kaonda, Lozi, Lunda, Luvale, Nyanja, Tonga, and about 70 other indigenous languages Religion Christian (50%-75%), Muslim and Hindu (24%-49%), indigenous beliefs (1%) Electricity 230V/50Hz, Plug type C/D/G Country code +260 Internet TLD .zm Time [...]read moreZambia Short Introduction for Travelers

Yemen Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Sanaa Government Republic Currency Yemeni rial (YER) Area 527,970 km² Population 18,701,257 (July 2002 est.) Language Arabic Religion Muslim including Shaf’i (Sunni) and Zaydi (Shi’a) 97%, Jewish, Christian and Hindu 3% Zorastrianism 1% Electricity 220/50Hz (UK plug) Country code +967 Internet TLD .ye Time Zone UTC +3  

Vietnam Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Hanoi Government Socialist Republic Currency Đồng (₫) Area total: 331,690km² land: 325,360km² water: 4,200km² Population 91,700,000 (2015 est.) Language Vietnamese (official), minority languages Religion Buddhism (mainly Mahayana, with smaller numbers of Theravada), Taoism, Confucianism, Hoa Hao, Cao Dai, Christian (predominantly Roman Catholic, some Protestant), indigenous beliefs, Muslim Electricity 220V/50Hz (both American and European plugs work throughout country) Country [...]read moreVietnam Short Introduction for Travelers

Venezuela Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Caracas Government Republic, de facto dictatorship Currency Bolivar Fuerte (VEF) Area 912,050km² water: 30,000km² land: 882,050km² Population 27,150,095 (2011 census) Language Spanish (official), numerous indigenous dialects Religion Nominally Roman Catholic 96%, Protestant 2%, other 2% Electricity 120-240, 60Hz (US plug) Country code +58 Internet TLD .ve Time Zone UTC -4 Best 5 Places To Visit [...]read moreVenezuela Short Introduction for Travelers

Vanuatu Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Port-Vila Government parliamentary republic Currency vatu (VUV) Area 12,200km² Population 196,178 (July 2002 est.) Language English, French, creole (known as Bislama or Bichelama) official; plus 100+ local languages Religion Presbyterian 36.7%, Anglican 15%, Roman Catholic 15%, indigenous beliefs 7.6%, Seventh-Day Adventist 6.2%, Church of Christ 3.8%, other 15.7% (including Jon Frum Cargo cult) Country code [...]read moreVanuatu Short Introduction for Travelers

Uzbekistan Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Tashkent Government Republic; Authoritarian rule Currency Uzbek Som (UZS) Area total: 447,400 km2 water: 22,000 km2 land: 425,400 km2 Population 25,563,441 Language Uzbek 74.3%, Russian 14.2%, Tajik 4.4%, other 7.1% Religion Muslim 88% (mostly Sunnis), Eastern Orthodox 9%, other 3% Electricity 220V 50Hz Country code 998 Internet TLD .uz Time Zone UTC+5 Best 5 Places To Visit in Uzbekistan [...]read moreUzbekistan Short Introduction for Travelers

United States of America Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Washington, DC Government Federal presidential constitutional republic Currency US dollar Area 9,826,675km² water: 664,709km² land: 9,161,966km² Population 319,309,000(2014 estimate) Language English is the most commonly spoken language Spanish, French, Hawaiian, Samoan, Chamorro, Carolinian ,Cherokee and many other indigenous languages are recognized at State and Territorial levels Religion Protestant 51.3%, Roman Catholic 23.9%, Mormon 1.7%, [...]read moreUnited States of America Short Introduction for Travelers

Uruguay Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Montevideo Government Constitutional republic Currency Uruguayan peso (UYU) Area 176,220km² land: 173,620km² water: 2,600km² Population 3,386,575 (Jul 2002 estimate) Language Spanish (official), Portuñol, or Brasilero (Portuguese-Spanish mix on the Brazilian frontier) Religion Roman Catholic 66%, Protestant 2%, Jewish 1%, nonprofessing or other 31% Country code 598 Internet TLD .uy Time Zone UTC -3h Best 5 [...]read moreUruguay Short Introduction for Travelers

United Kingdom Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital London Government Parliamentary devolved democracy under a constitutional monarch Currency Pound sterling (£, GBP) Area 242,295km² water: 1,680km² land: 241,930km² Population 65 million (2016 estimate) Language English, Welsh (c. 26% of population in Wales), Scots (mostly spoken in the Lowlands of Scotland) Scottish Gaelic (c. 60,000 in Scotland), Ulster-Scots (parts of Northern Ireland) & [...]read moreUnited Kingdom Short Introduction for Travelers

United Arab Emirates Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Abu Dhabi Government Elective Monarchy Currency Emirati Dirham (AED) Area total: 83,600 km2 Population 4,484,000 (2008 est.) Language Arabic (official), Persian, English, Hindi, Urdu Religion Muslim 94% (Shi’a 16%), Christian, Hindu, and other 6% Electricity 220/50Hz (UK plug) Country code +971 Internet TLD .ae Time Zone UTC+4 Best 5 Places To Visit in United Arab Emirates 1 Sheikh Zayed [...]read moreUnited Arab Emirates Short Introduction for Travelers

Ukraine Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Kyiv Government Republic Currency ₴UAH (Hryvnia) Area total: 603,550km water: 24,220km land: 579,330km Population 44,573,205 (2013 estimate) Language Ukrainian (official), Russian, Romanian, Polish, Hungarian, Crimean Tatar Religion Ukrainian Orthodox – Kyiv Patriarchate, Ukrainian Orthodox – Moscow Patriarchate, Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox, Ukrainian Catholic (Uniate), Protestant, Jewish, Muslim Electricity 220V/50Hz (Europlug & German Schuko plug) Country code +380 Internet TLD .ua Time [...]read moreUkraine Short Introduction for Travelers

Uganda Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Kampala Government Republic Currency Ugandan Shilling (UGX) Area total: 236,040 km2 water: 36,330 km2 land: 199,710 km2 Population 33,398,682 (July 2010 est.) Language English (official language), Luganda (most widely used of the Niger-Congo languages), Swahili, other Niger-Congo languages, Nilo-Saharan languages Religion Roman Catholic 33%, Protestant 33%, Muslim 16%, indigenous beliefs 18% Electricity 240V 50HZ (UK plug type) [...]read moreUganda Short Introduction for Travelers

Tuvalu Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Funafuti Government constitutional monarchy with a parliamentary democracy; began debating republic status in 1992 Currency Australian dollar (AUD); note – there is also a Tuvaluan dollar Area total: 26 sq km water: 0 sq km land: 26 sq km Population 11,146 (July 2002 est.) Language Tuvaluan, English, Samoan, Kiribati (on the island of Nui) Religion Church of Tuvalu (Congregationalist) 97%, [...]read moreTuvalu Short Introduction for Travelers

Turkmenistan Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Ashgabat Government unitary presidential republic (de facto single-party state, dictatorship) Currency Turkmen manat (TMT) Area 488,100km² Population 5,171,943 (2014 estimate) Language Turkmen 72%, Russian 12%, Uzbek 9%, Kazakh 7% Religion Muslim 89%, Eastern Orthodox 9%, unknown 2% Country code 993 Time Zone UTC +5 Best 5 Places To Visit in Turkmenistan 1 Gonur Depe EASTERN TURKMENISTAN 2 ᠎Darvaza Gas Craters KARAKUM [...]read moreTurkmenistan Short Introduction for Travelers

Turkey Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Ankara Government Parliamentary Republic Currency Türk Lirası/Turkish Lira Area total: 783,562 km2 water: 13,930 km2 land: 769,632 km2 Population 73,193,000 (2006 est.) Language Turkish (official); Kurdish, Zaza, Arabic, Azeri, Laz Religion Muslim (Sunni majority and Alevi minority) majority with small minorities of Eastern Rite Christians, Jews, Agnostics, and Atheists. Electricity 220V/50Hz (European plug) Country code +90 Internet TLD .tr [...]read moreTurkey Short Introduction for Travelers

Tunisia Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Tunis Government Republic Currency Tunisian Dinar (TND) Area total: 163,61km² water: 8,250km² land: 155,360km² Population 10,982,754 (2014 estimate) Language Arabic (official and one of the languages of commerce), French (commerce) Religion Muslim 98%, Christian 1%, and Jews 1% Electricity 127-220V/50Hz (European plug) Country code +216 Internet TLD .tn Time Zone UTC +1 Best 5 Places To Visit in [...]read moreTunisia Short Introduction for Travelers

Trinidad and Tobago Short Introduction for Travelers

Capital Port of Spain Government Parliamentary Democracy Currency Trinidad and Tobago dollar (TTD) Area 5,128 sq km Population 1,465,842 (July 2006 est.) Language English (official), Hindi, French, Spanish, Chinese Religion Roman Catholic 29%, Hindu 24%, Anglican 11%, Muslim 6%, Presbyterian 3%, other 27% Electricity 115/60Hz (North American plug) Country code +1-868 Internet TLD .tt Time Zone UTC -4 Best [...]read moreTrinidad and Tobago Short Introduction for Travelers