Question: What is Kenyan culture like?

Kenyans are group-orientated rather than individualistic. “Harambee,” (coming from the Bantu word meaning “to pull together”) defines the peoples approach to others in life. The concept is essentially about mutual assistance, mutual effort, mutual responsibility and community self-reliance.

What is Kenya well known for?

Kenya, country in East Africa famed for its scenic landscapes and vast wildlife preserves. Along that coast, which holds some of the finest beaches in Africa, are predominantly Muslim Swahili cities such as Mombasa, a historic centre that has contributed much to the musical and culinary heritage of the country.

What you should not wear in Kenya?

Avoid wearing tank tops, shorts, crop tops, short skirts or anything too form-fitting. You should also dress even more modestly if you want to visit religious sites like churches, mosques and temples.

Whats unique about Kenya?

Kenya has surpassed many other African countries simply because of its people. With a rich cultural diversity to ignite humanity, Kenyan people are multifaceted and friendly. Consisting of different languages and ethnic groups – Kenyan people are diverse and their uniqueness is visibly abundant.

What is Kenyan traditional food and drink?

Staples are maize and other cereals depending on the region, including millet and sorghum eaten with various meats and vegetables. The foods that are universally eaten in Kenya are ugali, sukuma wiki, and nyama choma.

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