10 Unknown fact about Kenya

Kenya is located in East Africa and is bordered by Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, Ethiopia, and Somalia.

The country is home to over 40 ethnic groups, with the majority being Kikuyu, Luhya, Luo, Kalenjin, and Kamba.

The national symbol of Kenya is the lion, and the country is home to the Maasai Mara National Reserve, which is famous for its annual wildebeest migration.

Kenya is the world's largest exporter of black tea, with tea being one of the country's most important crops.

The country is also known for its long-distance runners, who have won numerous Olympic medals and broken many world records.

Mount Kenya, located in central Kenya, is the country's highest peak and the second-highest mountain in Africa after Mount Kilimanjaro.

The traditional dress for women in Kenya is called a kanga, which is a colorful piece of cloth that is wrapped around the body.

Kenya's economy is largely based on agriculture, tourism, and services.

The country is home to several national parks and reserves, including Amboseli National Park, Tsavo East and West National Parks, and Lake Nakuru National Park.

Kenya has a rich cultural heritage, with traditional music and dance being an important part of the country's culture, along with cuisine that includes dishes such as ugali (a type of cornmeal porridge), nyama choma (grilled meat), and pilau (spiced rice).