The Rough Guide to Kenya

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Rough Guides Limited, May 3, 2010 - Travel - 640 pages
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The Rough Guide to Kenya is the essential travel guide to East Africa s biggest travel destination. The Rough Guide to Kenya is the ultimate companion for coping with cosmopolitan Nairobi; trekking through the northern deserts; going on safari in Samburu, Amboseli or Tsavo national parks and crossing the Great Rift Valley in a four-wheel-drive, inspired by dozens of colour photos. The guide unearths the best safaris, sites, hotels, lodges, camps, restaurants, and nightlife across every price range and offers experienced advice on everything from diving the coral reef to visiting Swahili ruins and flying over the savannah. You'll find specialist coverage of Kenyan history, wildlife, music and literature plus insider tips on visiting Barack Obama s ancestral village of Kogelo. Explore all corners of Kenya with authoritative background on everything from Indian Ocean beaches to safaris in Maasai Mara and climbing Mount Kenya, relying on handy language tips and the clearest maps of any guide. Whether you re heading on a two-week safari or visiting the country to work be sure to eat, drink and talk like a Kenyan with this must-have guide.

Make the most of your holiday with The Rough Guide to Kenya.

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About the author (2010)

Richard Trillo is author of "Rough Guides to West Africa and Kenya" and has been visiting the region regularly since his first trip in 1978. When not travelling around Africa, Richard is also Rough Guides'' Communications Director in London.After meeting Richard on a research trip in The Gambia 1994, Emma Gregg has been a key contributor to "The Rough Guide to West Africa". She is also editor of "Travel Africa" magazine

Gordon has written for major music magazines in the United States and England. As a filmmaker, Gordon directed the award-winning blues documentary All Day and All Night.

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