13 Best General Kentucky Travel Guides

List Updated July 2020

Bestselling General Kentucky Travel Guides in 2020


Kentucky Bourbon Country: The Essential Travel Guide

Kentucky Bourbon Country: The Essential Travel Guide
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

My Old Kentucky Road Trip:: Historic Destinations & Natural Wonders

My Old Kentucky Road Trip:: Historic Destinations & Natural Wonders
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

Moon Kentucky (Moon Handbooks)

Moon Kentucky (Moon Handbooks)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020

National Audubon Society Regional Guide to the Southeastern States: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, ... (National Audubon Society Field Guides)

National Audubon Society Regional Guide to the Southeastern States: Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, ... (National Audubon Society Field Guides)
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020
  • Random House Audubon Rg: Southeastern States by Brian Cassie - 9780679446835

Weird Kentucky: Your Travel Guide to Kentucky's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets

Weird Kentucky: Your Travel Guide to Kentucky's Local Legends and Best Kept Secrets
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2020

KENTUCKY Map, longitude, latitude, City maps, State prints, art print, map print, world map, map, travel map, map art

KENTUCKY Map, longitude, latitude, City maps, State prints, art print, map print, world map, map, travel map, map art
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2020

Kentucky (National Geographic Guide Map)

Kentucky (National Geographic Guide Map)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020

1 Pcs Wonderful Popular 12x LED Nightlight Lantern Travel Camping Lightweight Tent Torch Colors Red with Compass

1 Pcs Wonderful Popular 12x LED Nightlight Lantern Travel Camping Lightweight Tent Torch Colors Red with Compass
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • Wonderful 12x LED Nightlight Lantern Body Plastic with Compass Colors Red
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KIDS LOVE KENTUCKY, 4th Edition: A Family Travel Guide to Exploring Kid-Friendly Kentucky. 400 Fun Stops & Unique Spots (Kids Love Travel Guides)

KIDS LOVE KENTUCKY, 4th Edition: A Family Travel Guide to Exploring Kid-Friendly Kentucky. 400 Fun Stops & Unique Spots (Kids Love Travel Guides)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020

Mushrooms of the Southeast (A Timber Press Field Guide)

Mushrooms of the Southeast (A Timber Press Field Guide)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020

Kentucky Off the Beaten Path®: A Guide to Unique Places (Off the Beaten Path Series)

Kentucky Off the Beaten Path®: A Guide to Unique Places (Off the Beaten Path Series)
BESTSELLER NO. 11 in 2020

Hiking Kentucky: A Guide to 80 of Kentucky's Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Guides Series)

Hiking Kentucky: A Guide to 80 of Kentucky's Greatest Hiking Adventures (State Hiking Guides Series)
BESTSELLER NO. 12 in 2020

Kentucky Atlas & Gazetteer

Kentucky Atlas & Gazetteer
BESTSELLER NO. 13 in 2020
  • Delorme Kentucky Atlas - 340-0

World Travel Guide : Fun Facts About Kenya, One of the World's Most Beautiful Countries!

The Meru National Park ( and Kenya, of course) has the distinction of being the home to lioness Elsa, one of the most famous animals in history, together with Rin Tin Tin (dog), Digit (gorilla), Lassie (rough collie), Laika (Soviet space dog)

Did you know that... Without a doubt, this English-speaking country is one of the world's most beautiful sites due to its unique geography: a diverse collection of coastal waters, sandbanks, rivers, waterfalls, lakes, and deserts. In addition to these natural wonders, the country is home to a staggering diversity of plants and wild animals such as hippopotamus, cheetahs, hyenas, snakes, rhinoceros, lions, and leopards.


(2) - NATIONAL PARKS

Did you know that...There are more than 65 national parks and wildlife preserves. On the other hand, twenty hectares of rainforest contain more birds species than the whole of Europe. Much of Kenya's native flora is not found anywhere else in the world.

(3) - LIONESS ELSA

Did you know that...The Meru National Park ( and Kenya, of course) has the distinction of being the home to lioness Elsa, one of the most famous animals in history, together with Rin Tin Tin (dog), Digit (gorilla), Lassie (rough collie), Laika (Soviet space dog) and Flipper (dolphin). Elsa gained worlwide fame as Joy Adamson published her bestseller "Born Free", which had several million readers around the world.

(4) - INDEPENDENCE

Did you know that...Kenya, formerly known as British East Africa, became independent in 1963 and a republic in 1964.

(5) - THE COUNTRY'S CAPITAL

Did you know that...Nairobi, Kenya´s capital, is an international place with every kind of accommodation. Nairobi has many restaurant that serve everything from monkey to antelope.

(6) - ETHNIC GROUPS

Did you know that...More than other Third World countries, Kenya is a multicultural country made up of numerous ethnic groups.

(7) - KENYAN SYMBOLS

Did you know that...The flag was designed by the Kenya Africa National Union (KANU); the dominant political party until 2002.

(8) - ECOLOGY

Did you know that...Conservation is a global effort, and the African country is doing its part to conserve ecology's bounty. Unlike Peru and Ethiopia, Kenya has introduced wildlife conservation into the public school curriculum. Furthermore, the African country has an established record of cooperation with international conservation organizations.

(9) - DEMOCRACY

Did you know that...Kenya has become much more stable since the democratic elections of 2002.From 1963 to 2002, Kenya was a dictatorship.

(10) - LOCAL IDOLS

Did you know that...The Kenyan people have many idols: Henry Rono (one of the world's top runners in the mid-70s), Richard Leakey (paleontologist and conservationist), Mama Ngima (ex-first lady of Kenya), Louise Leakey (paleontologist), Philip Leakey ( businessman),Wangari Maathai (environmentalist), Grace Ogot (writer), Rebecca Njau (author), and Kipchoge Keino (runner).

(11) - A NOBEL PRIZE-WINNING ECOLOGIST

Did you know that...In 2004, Wangari Maathai received the Nobel Prize for Peace for her dedication to women's rights, ecology, and democracy. Born-Kenyan Maathai became the second woman from Africa to win the Nobel Prize. She is a really important model for the world.

(12) - ECONOMY

Did you know that...Since 1963, the economy has revolted around tourism. Due to this, Kenya is one of the most prosperous black African countries.

(13) - WORLD-FAMOUS ATHLETES

Did you know that...Paul Evans, a British runner, once said, "Only two Europeans men have made the stop three at the past four Olympics, one being the Italian Baldini, who won in Athens". It is a problem of numbers. There are not many Europeans. In Kenya, you have tens and tens of new athletes every year...

Certainly, Kenya is famous for its athletes. Physical education and track and field, a legacy of the United Kingdom's colonial history in the African nation, is an important subject in every primary school, secondary school and college. The African country is the birthplace of Henry Rono, one of the best runners in the 20th century. In 1978, Henry broke four world´s records: the 3,000 meters steeplechase (8:05.4), the 5,000 (13:o8,4), the 3,000 meters (7:32.1), and the 10,000 meters (7.32.1).In 1980, Henry qualified for the Kenyan Olympic team at the 1980 Moscow Games. But Kenya boycotted that year's Olympics in Moscow to protest the USSR's invasion of Afghanistan. This supreme athlete, the idol of millions of Kenyans, is a symbol in Africa. Today Kenyan Bernard Barmasai is the fastest man in the 3,000 meters steeplechase with a time of 7 minutes, 55.72s.

(14) - WORLD HERITAGE SITES

Did you know that...UNESCO has declared Lake Turkana National Park and Mount Kenya National Park World Heritage Sites.

(15) - CULTURE

Did you know that...Kenyan culture reflects a mixture of African, Indian, and British influences, similar in many respects to the traditions and superstitions of Uganda and Tanzania.

(16) -OUT of AFRICA

Did you know that...In fact, Denmark's author Isak Dinesen, best known as Karen Blixen, loved Kenya so much. Her first novel "Out of Africa" (1938) focuses on Kenya's scenery. Furthermore, "Out of Africa" was also the basis of a 1985 Hollywood film starring Meryl Streep, one of the top actresses in the States.

(17) - OLYMPIC SPORTS

Did you know that...The most popular sports are cricket, track and field, box, soccer, volleyball, rugby, tennis, and field hockey.

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