Kenya has a diverse and unparalleled range of animal species, the huge herds of elephants, zebras, giraffes, lions, leopards and cheetahs ,hyenas you name it.
Mostly found in the open savannah, the animals roam freely, making them easy to observe. As visitors enjoy the exciting experience of watching these amazing creatures up close, all from the back of your jeep, there are several things to observe.
All businesses in Kenya must by law be registered .There are several ways one can register a business:
a. Sole proprietorship.
c. Limited Liability Company.
Adoption of Children in Kenya is governed by the Children's Act.
Marriage in Kenya is celebrated under any of several laws namely Christian (under the African Christian Marriage and Divorce Act), Islamic, Hindu or Traditional marriage.
One way of carrying out projects for helping communities or corporate social responsibility or indeed Christian work is by registering a not-for-profit organization.
A work permit in Kenya is officially called an “entry permit”. Entry Permits are issued to any Non-Kenyan wishing to engage in employment in Kenya whether in gainful employment or voluntary service.
Buying property in Kenya is fairly straightforward. However owing to the many laws governing land in Kenya some expertise is needed when purchasing property.
Kenya is a member of East Africa community that currently have five members, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi.
Best time to see animals in parks is during the dry season, between January to March, and July to October.
A notice issued at the immigration department July 2012 indicated diplomatic 48 page passport will cost Sh7,500 up from Sh6,000, ordinary 48 page passport Sh6,000, 64 page Sh7,500 while East African one will now cost Sh940.