As of May 2015, there are 42 tribes in Kenya. Tribes include the Luhya, Ameru, Massai and Kikuyu. The tribes are typically divided into three major language groups: Cushite, Bantu and Nilotes.
The largest Kenyan tribe is the Kikuyu, which makes up about 22 percent of the country's population. This tribe is primarily found in the central highlands of Kenya. The second largest tribe is the Luhya, who live in Western Kenya. This tribe is part of the Bantu language group and comprises 14 percent of Kenya's population. The Massai tribe is typically believed to be the most recognized tribe in Kenya. The Massai are a nomadic tribe centered around raising cattle.