It’s here. Kenya is here! I have been traveling internationally since I was 14 years of age. Ever since I began to explore the world, I became addicted beyond words. The continent of Africa has always been my ultimate goal, especially given the career choice I have selected.
There are many ways to experience Kenya. One can seek luxury accommodations with a five star hotel or lodge or pursue a more frugal approach through discounted venues or hostels. Yet another option exists and awaits for the adventurous traveler.
This opportunity is to travel like a local, in ways only a true local could!
One of the most amazing delights of traveling to Kenya is their exquisite cuisine. Most food in Kenya is comprised of a few main ingredients – meats, cheeses and produce which are all locally sourced. They have the freshest food by getting it from within their own communities. Being close to the equator, Kenya has a steady growing season allowing for produce to develop year round. Kenyans have a spice mix known as mchuzi, which is a blend of spices and salt used in many dishes.
Here are some details to provide an understanding of their unique and savory cuisine: