It's also very important to be aware that around 8% of the Kenyan population, between the ages of 15 and 49, are infected with HIV/AIDS - safe sex is an absolute must when it comes to dating in Kenya.
Kenya has two official languages - English and Swahili but you'll notice that English will be spoken in most of the bigger urban areas but in rural areas the local dialect (69 in total) will be dominant.
The use of English in Kenya is widespread enough to prevent any potential language barriers for visitors to the country.
Around 80% of the Kenyan population is Christian, most of them being Protestant, and another 11% of the population is of the Muslim faith.
The Muslim component of the Kenya population tends to live by the coast whereas the Christian population is spread pretty evenly throughout the country.
Marriage is a Christian tradition so you if you're travelling to Africa in search of a Kenyan bride then picking a city with a large Christian population is a smart move.
For centuries Kenya was part of a coastal trading zone along the Indian Ocean where Arabic, Indian, African, and later European merchants all crossed paths to exchange goods and the women display the subtle influence of this history.
Kenyan women are the real workers in the family and traditionally work far harder than Kenyan men; and this is a nation of people who have a reputation for being hard workers.
You'll also find that most Kenyan girls are modern and wear Westernized clothing but are quite conservative in their dress sense and how they approach men.
That being said dating in Kenya is part of the normal social scene and in private Kenyan women are just as liberated as their Western counterparts.
Kenya, like all of the countries in Africa has a pretty large gap between the vast majority of the local people and the urban elite centered in Nairobi.
That breakdown is important if you are in contact with a Kenyan woman, because the girls from Nairobi are going to be much more sophisticated about the world than girls from smaller towns and villages.