Kenya is one of the most touristic places in the world, it is full of nature, with the highest number of wild animals in the world. There are certain occasions like the migration of wild beasts every year as they migrate inside and outside the Maasai Mara which is a good source of tourist attraction.
The Government of Kenya has acquired a lot of revenue from tourism activities both in and out. Apart from the variety of wildlife in Kenya, there are also beautiful natural phenomena like waterfalls and different depressions like the excarpment which attract a large number of tourists to our country.
Apart from the attraction of nature, most Kenyans have benefited from many tourists in our country, earning a lot of money from them. Most foreign tourists have generated a lot of income for most unemployed Kenyans in the country. Here are photos of a 100-year-old safari camp near Masai Mara, charging 407,000 Kenyan shillings per night.
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