Nairobi, the national capital, is about 110 miles (177 kilometers) east of Keekorok.
DIY adventurers will love venturing even further off the tourist trail and heading to the other towns and cities in this fascinating region.
When the weather's less than perfect, don't panic, Kenya is home to a number of popular craft workshops, that'll keep culture vultures happily occupied.
Signing up for one of the wildlife safaris and wildlife spotting tours is an excellent way to learn about Kenya.
Get to the core of the Kenya cuisine by taking your tastebuds for a tour of the regional cafés. You'll discover that potato and maize are commonly used ingredients in many local dishes. Don't end your stay in Kenya without checking out ugali (cornmeal) and also irio (mashed peas and potato mix). And for dessert, you can't say no to chilled banana cream. Those who are not used to drinking alcoholic drinks will want to order Picana (mango juice), a regional favorite.
Those holidaying in Kenya or anywhere else in Kenya on the 12th of December, can take part in country-wide Independence Day festivities and events.
Even the best vacation can't go on forever, so when it's time go home, you'll find the nearest major airport in Nairobi, 120 miles (193 kilometers) to the east.