Living in Kenya

Kenya is located located on the eastern coast of Africa at the equator, the country is famed for its tropical weather, majestic wildlife, white beaches, and beautiful countryside. Modern Kenya is a cosmopolitan melting pot of culture with many investors actively seeking investment opportunities within the vibrant emerging market. If you live in Nairobi, you’ll hear English spoken across the city.


Kenya consists of more than 42 indigenous communities. A multitude of settler communities are also present throughout the country. Over 60 languages are spoken in Kenya with Kiswahili and English being the most prominent.  The presence of common languages in the country promotes unity and integration. 

Social Infrastructure 

The country has world-class healthcare infrastructure and private hospitals spread across the major cities and towns to meet the needs of our visitors. Expatriates also have a wide selection of private schools for their children to attend including those that offer the local, British, or American curriculum. In addition to the versatile transport infrastructure network, 90% of the country is connected to premium wireless and fixed broadband, linking businesses to the global marketplace.

Landscape & Weather

Kenya’s landscape consists of a wide range of terrain; coastal lowlands, swamps, mountains, plateaus, valleys, and flatlands. The country is home host to a variety of wildlife including the big five. Kenya also borders Tanzania, Uganda, Sudan, and Ethiopia,  To get a taste of the country’s hidden treasures and experiences, visit the Magical Kenya website

The country’s climate is predictable and rarely experiences extreme weather conditions making it possible to carry out all types of business activities throughout out the year. September and October are the hottest months, with temperatures reaching the low 30s, but early mornings can be cool throughout the country. The rains start falling in April and November.