mountains-in-kenya


2 years ago

Amazing Facts About Kenya\'s Mount Kenya

One strange fact is that the word Kenya that denotes this beautiful country actually derives its roots from the name Mount Kenya. Mount Kenya is also the second tallest mountain in Africa, second after Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. Mount Kenya is seventeen thousand and fifty seven feet tall.

All the peaks on Mount Kenya were formed as a result of volcanic eruptions dating over two million years ago when the mountain was active. Presently, the mountain is dead with regards to volcanic activity. The mountain is formed from different types of rocks.

The sun always rises and se  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Highest Mountains in Kenya

Mount Kenya

The mountain is the highest in Kenya and second in Africa after Mount Kilimanjaro of Tanzania. Mount Kenya is 5199m and is found in the central parts of Kenya. It is a major source of water for many rivers and continues to support a number of wildlife activities being a home to various wild animals. It is a major tourist attraction centre and that gives it the reason to be counted as being crucial to the economic development of the country.

Mount Elgon

It is located in the western part of Kenya and its 4321m.The mountain attracts a lot of tourist from  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Thompson Falls In Nyahururu Town In Kenya: A Countryside Tourist Attraction Site In Kenya

Thompson Falls Hotel in Kenya, fondly referred to as T-Falls is one of the most popular hotels in Nyahururu town in Kenya. Thompson Falls Hotel is located approximately 1 kilometre away from Nyahururu town. T-Falls hotel in Kenya is widely known as it is located close to Thompson Falls in Nyahururu town. Thompson Falls in Kenya is a scenic waterfall measuring well over 74 metres and drains from the Aberdare Range of Mountains in Kenya. The Thompson Falls is on the Ewaso Ngiro river in Kenya.

Thompson falls in Kenya is located cl  Continue reading ...