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  • Oh yes it is.

    Kenya is indeed safe to visit, but bear in mind no country is actually 100% safe to visit. You will have to exercise caution no matter where you visit. There are no exceptions whatsoever, and that is the reality of traveling. So if you wish to visit Kenya just consult a travel guide or a travel agent and you should be okay right there.

  • Oh yeah it is.

    Kenya is indeed safe to visit, but bear in mind no country is actually 100% safe to visit. You will have to exercise caution no matter where you visit. There are no exceptions whatsoever, and that is the reality of traveling. So if you wish to visit Kenya just consult a travel guide or a travel agent and you should be okay right there.

  • I guess it's okay.

    I've never been to Kenya, but from what I've heard, it's an okay place to visit. They're developed enough and are one of the fastest growing economies in Africa, but just be careful if you're gay though. Many Kenyans have a distaste for homosexuals so don't do anything that might give it away- even if you're not gay.

  • It is modern.

    Kenya is one of the most stable countries in Africa. For the most part, Kenya is a very developed country. They have the rule of law and strong economic systems. It would be no more dangerous to visit Africa than it would be to visit any other place. There are risks everywhere.

  • You must be smart

    The world is safe to any traveller as long as they are smart about their personal safety. Kenya has it's problems, but as long as you try not to travel alone and plan wisely, you can visit and have an absolutely fantastic times. Sadly, not everyone has the common sense to think about these things before planning a trip.

  • It is modern.

    Kenya is one of the most stable countries in Africa. For the most part, Kenya is a very developed country. They have the rule of law and strong economic systems. It would be no more dangerous to visit Africa than it would be to visit any other place. There are risks everywhere.

  • No, i don`t think so.

    Yes, security is an issue everywhere these days, and it is only right for governments to warn citizens of risks to their safety. Right now our hearts go out to those Kenyans who are most affected by hard times – those who shoulder the greatest burden in living side by side with wild animals and terrorism at the same time.


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