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Kenya:

Kenya, republic in East Africa, a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Kenya has a varied landscape of plateaus and high mountains and is home to many different ethnic groups. Formerly a British colony, Kenya gained independence in 1963 and has been a republic since 1964. It is bounded on the north by Sudan and Ethiopia, on the east by Somalia and the Indian Ocean, on the south by Tanzania, and on the west by Lake Victoria and Uganda. Nairobi is the country’s capital and largest city. Kenya has a total area of 582,646 sq km (224,961 sq mi). The equator passes through the middle of the country. Kenya’s maximum length from east to west is about 890 km (about 550 mi); from north to south it is about 1,030 km (about 640 mi).

  • Aberdare National Park
  • Amboseli National Park
  • Arabuko Sokoke National Reserve
  • Hells Gate National Reserve
  • Kakamega Forest Reserve
  • Kisite Mpunguti Marine Park
  • Kisumu Impala Sanctuary
  • Mombasa Marine Park
  • Mt. Kenya National Park
  • Mt Longonot National Park
  • Nairobi Safari Walk
  • Oldonyo Sabuk National Park
  • Olorgesaille Pre-Hestoric Site
  • Ruma National Park
  • Saiwa Swamp National Park
  • Samburu National Reserve
  • Shimba Hills National Reserve
  • Tana River Primate Reserve
  • Tsavo East National Park
  • Tsavo West National Park
  • Watamu Marine Reserve
  • Kiunga National Marine Reserve
  • Lake Bogoria National Reserve
  • Lake Magadi
  • Lake Naivasha
  • Lake Nakuru National Park
  • Maasai Mara National Reserve
  • Meru National Park

 

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Tanzania:

Tanzania, republic in East Africa, on the Indian Ocean. A diverse country in which close to 100 different languages are spoken, Tanzania was formed by the federation of the nations of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964. The country’s name is a combination of the first syllables of the component territories’ names. Tanzania is bounded on the north by Kenya and Uganda; on the east by the Indian Ocean; on the south by Mozambique, Malawi, and Zambia; and on the west by the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Burundi, and Rwanda. The country includes the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba, and other offshore islands in the Indian Ocean. The total area of Tanzania is 945,100 sq km (364,900 sq mi). Dar es Salaam is the executive capital and largest city; the smaller city of Dodoma is now the legislative center of Tanzania and has been designated as the eventual capital.

  • Lake Manyara
  • Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Ngorongoro Crater
  • Serengeti
  • Tarangire
  • Zanzibar

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Uganda:

Uganda, landlocked country on the equator in East Africa. The country contains a varied landscape of savanna, dense forests, and tall mountains, as well as almost half of Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa, and the primary source of the Nile River. Uganda is an ethnically diverse nation with a deeply ingrained intellectual and artistic culture. Poor but developing, Uganda’s economy is predominantly agricultural. Uganda was the site of several powerful kingdoms, most notably Buganda and Bunyoro, before the arrival of European colonists in the late 19th century. Uganda became a British protectorate in 1894, and its present borders were established in 1926. It gained independence from British rule in 1962. In the 1970s and early 1980s the nation suffered two bloody dictatorial regimes, under Idi Amin and Milton Obote, and two wars. In 1986 Uganda came under the control of pragmatic leader Yoweri Museveni, who introduced democratic and economic reforms. Kampala is Uganda’s capital and largest city.

  • Bwindi National Park
  • Lake Mburo National Park
  • Mgahinga Gorilla National Park
  • Murchison Falls National Park
  • Queen Elizabeth National Park

 

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