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Cities in Kenya region

Nairobi

Nairobi

Nairobi is the capital and at the same time the largest city in Kenya. The name of Nairobi comes from Ewaso Nyirobi from the maasai, care can "cool water". Nairobi is also known as "The Green City in the Sun". The city is located on the Nairobi River at an altitude of 1661 m above sea level.


Mombasa

Mombasa

Mombasa is a city immersed in history and at the same time, a fascinating commercial and cosmopolitan port city. The real heart of the city is an exotic old town, among the narrow streets and Arab architecture. Here the atmosphere is always loaded with aromas of spices. Women wearing traditional Bui Bui, filled the streets and busy markets. At the docks, fish and goods from the coast arrive daily. The streets are alive with vivid colors of traditional and kikoy khanga, multi-functional strip of cloth worn by both women and men. On water edge is Fort Jesus, an impressive fortress that watches over the harbor. High towers, parapeţii and subways of this century fort XVI stood in the center of historic struggle for control of Kenya coast between the Portuguese army and the Shirazi Arabs. The war hovered over the centuries Mombasa City and Fort testifies that time. Undoubtedly, Mombasa is one of the most beautiful beaches and coral reefs in Africa. These and hotels along the coast north and south, form the ideal holiday. For this reason, Mombasa is a major tourist attraction and tourism industry in Kenya is the first place. Mombasa is a modern city of great diversity. It is a city where everyone is welcomed and quickly absorbed into the cultural mix. Mosques, Hindu temples and Christian churches surround streets that abound all world cultures. Nightlife is very lively and is an attraction for many tourists. Along the coast are many night clubs with different themes, which address different types. Many hotels have their own entertainment events to suit those who want entertainment more quietly. The heart is most hospitals, business centers, banks, shops and markets. Also health care, financial and commercial. Being a small town, Mombasa has a system of underground movement, but you can move around using buses, or you can try "Matatu" - a truly keniană. City's main attractions are: Kizingo main residential area, office of The State House and the Mombasa Golf Club, here having its headquarters and independent school Aga Khan Academy Kibokoni, part of the old town with Swahili architecture, Ganjoni area middle class residential, Gedi Ruins and Hindu village.





Cities in Malindi region

Watamu

Watamu

Watamu suahili language means "sweet people." It is a tourist village on the coast "Turtle Bay", the Indian Ocean situated about 25 km south of Malindi in Kenya. Watamu village essentially a Swahili (or Bajuni) fishing village that has grown into a small beach resort over the years. The village has several small supermarkets, grocers and the usual Kenyan style Dukas where you can buy all the supplies you need. There are also a number of curio and souvenir dealers, a butchery, fishmongers, a bureau de change,a post office, two doctors' clinics, a western hairdresser and several roadside eateries.


Malindi

Malindi

Malindi has been a Swahili settlement since the 14th century. Once rivaled only by Mombasa for dominance in this part of East Africa, Malindi has traditionally been a port city for foreign powers. In 1414, the town was visited by the fleet of the Chinese explorer Zheng He. Malindi's ruler sent a personal envoy with a giraffe as a present to China on that fleet. The Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama met Malindi authorities in 1498 to sign a trade agreement and hire a guide for the voyage to India, when he erected a coral pillar. The pillar stands to this day, though there have been calls by conservationists to take care of it, since soil erosion might make the pillar fall into the ocean.