About Kenya

Fossils found in Kenya suggest that primates roamed the area more than 20 million years ago. Recent findings near Lake Turkana indicate that the direct descendants of man roamed this great land 1.9 million to 350,000 years ago. Kenya is a country of many firsts, it is home to the 8th wonder of the world – "The Wildebeest Migration", the big five, the great rift valley, white sandy beaches, tropical forest, Vast savannahs peppered with immense herds of wildlife. Snow-capped equatorial mountains, great sports legends and a vibrant cosmopolitan and friendly people.

Kenya is the largest and most advanced economy in East and Central Africa. Our Gross Domestic Product accounts for more than 50% of the region's total. Kenya has strong growth prospects supported by an emerging, urban middle class and an increasing appetite for high-value goods and services.

Kenya is open for business to well-positioned companies who seek to tap into the growing potential of emerging markets in East and Central Africa. Some of the government agencies are:

Magical Kenya lets you explore Kenya and discover its untold wealth of destinations and experiences.
EatOut lets you search through hundreds of restaurants, curating information such as photos, menus, maps, contacts, events, offers and reviews.
KENINVEST promotes and facilitates investments in Kenya.
Brand Kenya is transforming Kenya into a competitive global brand.
Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) is a vibrant business association.
The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) champions the interests of the Kenyan business community in trade, investment and industrial relations.
The Kenya Maritime Authority (KMA) oversees maritime safety and security, helping facilitate trade and maritime investments.
The Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) maintains and regulates all Kenyan seaports on the Indian Ocean, including the Port of Mombasa, the gateway to East and Central Africa.