Obviously because of the size of the African sub-continent flying to Kenya makes the most sense and you'll find that Nairobi is a hub for international flights and flights serving the rest of Africa also and it's also worth checking for charter flights to Mombasa; these can be ridiculously cheap.You'll also find that flights to Kenya are exceptionally cheap during Western summer months for some odd reason.Many visitors spend time in Kenya's highlands where the weather tends to be pretty mild by African standards, but the Equator divides the country in two, running just a little north of the capital Nairobi, and most of the country has a classical tropical climate with high temperatures and heavy rainfall.
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.
Even when a Kenyan girl can't understand you she'll do her best to find a friend or colleague who can.
Kenya only gained its independence from British rule in 1964 and has been one of the more successful transitions from colonial control in Africa.