East Africa's hub

Kenya, named after its highest peak, Mount Kenya, is an East African country with 535 km of coastline overlooking the Indian Ocean. It is bordered by coral reefs over an area of 621 km². It includes savannah, lake areas, the Great Rift Valley and mountainous areas with peaks up to 5000 metres. It has access to Lake Victoria to the west and Lake Turkana to the north.

The large national parks have a wide variety of landscapes and are home to a wide range of wildlife including lions, elephants, rhinos and many species of wildlife.

Safaris from Nairobi, the capital, allow you to explore the Masai Mara Game Reserve, renowned for the annual wildebeest migration, as well as Amboseli National Park, offering a breathtaking view of the 5,895-metre-high Kilimanjaro.

The two economic hubs are the capital Nairobi and the port of Monbasa.

Msambweni Beach House
a corner of paradise

Msambweni in Swahili is a small fishing town and constituency in Kwale County in south-eastern Kenya, formerly in the Kwale District of Coast Province. The origin of the name, Msambwe, is a hardy and wild fruit tree indigenous to the area.

Msambweni Beach House & Private Villas is only a 30-minute drive from Ukunda airstrip.

It is an intimate property, the perfect getaway for honeymoons, weddings, anniversaries and private parties, as well as for relaxing family time on the beach on Kenya’s southern coast, overlooking a secluded, pristine beach, bathed in azure waters.

The property is a piece of paradise with a private beach along a 4 mile stretch of coastline with palm trees offering peace and tranquillity.

Msambweni Beach House focuses on attention to detail and quality service for an unforgettable luxury stay in a beautiful setting.

5 reasons to invest in Kenya

  1. Demographics: Kenya has a large domestic market of 54 million souls, which promises demand for property investment in major cities such as Nairobi.
  2. East African hub: Kenya, as the centre of East Africa, is undoubtedly the economic, manufacturing and political powerhouse of the region. Unlike most African countries, much of the food is produced locally.
  3. Major infrastructure works: The port of Mombasa, where infrastructure development is proceeding apace, controls most of Uganda’s and Southern Sudan’s imports and exports. Nairobi is a huge construction site with new highways, skyscrapers, viaducts and many types of infrastructure under construction.
  4. Reforms are underway: Kenya has soared in the World Bank rankings since 2014. This shows that it values its current position as an East African economic powerhouse, and wants to develop it.
  5. Tourism: Kenya has been regarded as an attractive tourist destination for decades. With over 2 million tourists per year, the country has long adapted to foreign visitors. The Kenyan government has big plans: it hopes to welcome more than 5 million tourists per year by 2030.
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