The road network in Kenya continues to be improved, with government
spending a lot of resources for their expansion.
However, you will find that some roads are still in dire need of repair so
you bump and grind along them during your drives.
You will need patience and stamina to withstand the rough-riding, but
this is what you might tell memorable tales about later on so grit your teeth and enjoy!
Most Roads in Kenya are good
Be encouraged though as most roads in Kenya are tarmac.
Grab a map in advance and pin-point the routes you will be using,
as well as determine if they are tarmac or rough roads.
This will also help you pack the right shoes and clothing for the journey.
Check your itinerary and see where your Kenya safari package takes you and have an idea of the conditions on the ground.