Kenya Property Investment For Sale
"A perfect safari destination but with economic failings"
When you think of Kenya one imagines abundant herds of wildlife roaming the wide savannahs, cool mountain plateaus covered in acres of coffee plantations, deserted pristine beaches and some of the best Safari destinations in the world. The famous Masai Mara sees a yearly animal migration between June and September that witnesses Zebras, Gazelles and Blue Wildebeest make the Great Journey in search of food during the dry season – a spectacle that attracts countless tourists from all over the world.
In-fact it is tourism alongside horticulture which has continually boosted the economy alongside the traditional tea industry – Kenya is the world’s third largest tea exporter.
However although Kenya has a lot to offer the tourist the country has been suffering economic decline since independence in 1963 with no real GDP growth, much corruption and crime. It is for this reason that foreign buyers prefer to live within an arc from the south west up the north east of the capital Nairobi, often looking for homes in secure compounds with their own water supply and back-up generators.