Kenya Travel advice;
The 28 February 2008 instance in Kenya, (a power-sharing agreement was signed between President Kibaki and opposition leader Odinga). After the power – sharing agreement the situation was tense for months after the two months of violence and widespread displacement of communities, following the disputed election on 27 December 2007, however the situation has much improved and the tourist industry has improved tremendously, people from all over the world still travel to Kenya and enjoy their beautiful beaches and safari adventures to the region’s most popular safari parks. However, the situation in Kenya remains fragile and tense in the consequences of two months of violence and widespread displacement of communities, following the disputed election on 27 December 2007.
Therefore, Visitors currently in Kenya should visit the country at any time at any time possible without considering the past because Kenya is know a politically stable country. Visitors should fill free to seek advice locally from tour operators or the local authorities, particularly concerning visiting areas affected by election-related violence, such as Nakuru District. There are large numbers of internally displaced person in Nakuru district including in Naivasha town. This has created more harmony among the people since such areas are tightly secured by government.
Visitors are also advised to travel to all areas in Kenya including the affected areas of Nairobi, including all township or slum areas, which experienced constant tension and periodic, irregular violent unrest. The most common areas are; Kibera, Mathare, Huruma, Kariobangi, Kawangware and Eastleigh. The incidents also were in the city centre, especially in and around Uhuru Park.
Kenya has good international relations with neighboring countries which helped the country to gain its political stability so quickly. Therefore visitors should come and witness Kenya’s mavarious natural, cultural and political attractions and consider the destinations as a dream safari that will quench your thirsty. Travel to East Africa, its peace full place for adventure.