People who are relocating abroad to Kenya are moving to an exciting country.
UK and Ireland regional director for the Kenya Tourist Board Angie Sloan pointed out the nation contains the second-highest mountain in Africa – Mount Kenya.
Furthermore, it also has the Tana River, which is located just outside of Nairobi and is a "great spot for white water rafting", she noted.
The country's landscape is particularly diverse, featuring coral reefs, wide-open grassland, river valleys and snow-capped mountains, the representative added, claiming this makes it "a paradise for those looking for an adventure".
Deep-sea fishers enjoy the waters of Malindi, safari enthusiasts can see wildlife in 4x4s, camels, mountain bikes or on horseback and divers can visit the Kisite Mpunguti Marine Reserve, Ms Sloan stated.
Expatriate medical insurance is a wise purchase regardless of the county a person expatriates to, but the Central Intelligence Agency's World Factbook notes that Kenya spends 12.2 per cent of its gross domestic product on healthcare.