East Africa is a region in Africa.
|| Burundi |
On the shores of Lake Tanganyika; largely deforested and has precious little to interest the visitor
|| Comoros |
Tiny Indian Ocean island group between Madagascar and Mozambique
|| Djibouti |
Small country across the Gulf of Aden from Yemen and largely Arabic in nature
|| Eritrea |
This relatively small nation has heavy Arab and African influences
|| Ethiopia |
Africa's second largest population; an old Christian country, home to castles, beautiful monasteries, and wonderful food
|| Kenya |
Known for its world-class safaris and beautiful beaches
|| Madagascar |
Expect the unexpected in the land of the lemurs and the so-called eighth continent
|| Seychelles |
A group of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, northeast of Madagascar
|| Somalia |
One of the least visited nations on earth, it is by no coincidence that the nation is also wrought with political instability, civil war, and rampant kidnapping/abductions
|| Tanzania |
Mt. Kilimanjaro and major game parks
|| Uganda |
Wildlife abounds and this is the best place for treks into the Congolese jungle to visit the nearly extinct mountain gorillas
- Aksum — the ancient capital of Ethiopia famous for its stelae and the ruins of various palaces
- La Digue — the quietest, most picturesque and most exclusive Island in the Seychelles; home of L'Anse Source D'Argent, one of the world's top beaches
Simple English is understood throughout the East Africa region. It is the languange of the world spoken in East Africa, West Africa and South Africa. The number of speakers varies from 160 million to 200 million.
In Africa alone 52 million South African use English as their first languange.
Swahili is understood and talked by a large number of people;
60 million people are ethnic Swahili most in East and Central Africa.
34 million people are status Swahili most in Kenya.
20 million are national Swahili most in Tanzania.
5 million are dialect Swahili most in Uganda.