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Adventure travel, mostly photographic safaris, is the main tourist attraction in the country, and the long beaches along the Indian Ocean are starting to become popular with Western travelers.

Around 80% of the Kenyan population is Christian, most of them being Protestant, and another 11% of the population is of the Muslim faith.

The Muslim component of the Kenya population tends to live by the coast whereas the Christian population is spread pretty evenly throughout the country.

Obviously because of the size of the African sub-continent flying to Kenya makes the most sense and you'll find that Nairobi is a hub for international flights and flights serving the rest of Africa also and it's also worth checking for charter flights to Mombasa; these can be ridiculously cheap.

You'll also find that flights to Kenya are exceptionally cheap during Western summer months for some odd reason.

You may or may not require a visa for travelling to Kenya but please do check this in advance.

Compared to other African countries Kenya is one of the easiest to travel to and because of the election of Barack Obama as president of the United States Americans are currently very popular in Kenya.

Kenya only gained its independence from British rule in 1964 and has been one of the more successful transitions from colonial control in Africa.

Overall the country is quite stable by African standards and the fact that Kenya normally has a booming tourist trade (which makes up a large part of its GDP) is always a good sign in terms of personal security.

Marriage is a Christian tradition so you if you're travelling to Africa in search of a Kenyan bride then picking a city with a large Christian population is a smart move.

Parts of Kenya have been swept by evangelical Christianity in the last twenty years.

It's also very important to be aware that around 8% of the Kenyan population, between the ages of 15 and 49, are infected with HIV/AIDS - safe sex is an absolute must when it comes to dating in Kenya.