Coming from Kenya. The timeline is 1893. It is for a fictional story that I am writing about.
You need to learn how to research your subject. Go to images.google.com and type "map morocco". That will get you links to dozens of maps showing countries in the northern half of Africa. Kenya is on the east side about half way down, Morocco is on the west side top, and Egypt is top central.
Next you want something for scale. Most people have no idea how big Africa is. Africa has one fifth of the world's land, one sixth of nations, and one seventh of population. Africa is this big: kai.sub.blue/images/true_size_of_africa_v3-da3dd38e.jpg
Then you want a similar feel for the mechanical advancement, so you go to google.com and search for "promontory point". I would hope that you have read enough to know what "promontory point" is. That is where the last spike was driven to complete the railroad all the way across the USA in 1869. You are talking about 24 years later, in an area that was called "darkest Africa" until half way through the twentieth century, a trip through six nations, and a distance roughly three times the width of the USA. I do not think train service was likely at that time.
You need to read novels. Lots of novels. Any novels. Notice that they all have perfect spelling, perfect punctuation, perfect composition. Notice where they use one space and where they use two. Notice that every speaker in a dialog gets a new paragraph, and every paragraph is preceded by a blank line. Notice any writing techniques or figures of speech. And notice that the authors always know the setting of the story PERFECTLY. Take notes so you know where you found what you know. It takes a lot of reading to be a writer.