Inspired Wednesday

MIDA CREEK

Stretching inland from the Indian Ocean is a true hidden treasure; Mida Creek. The 32 square kilometers is surrounded by extensive mangroves lined up with palms that traps sediment, healthy beds of 11 seagrass,33 seaweed species, benefiting coral reef that provide an important habitat for millions of aquatic life that includes variety species of fish. …

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FORT JESUS

The best way to learn more about the coastal region of Kenya is to visit Fort Jesus. The ruins of Fort Jesus are a stack reminder of the struggles Kenyans have gone through in the past. Fort Jesus is one of the world’s best examples of 16th-century Portuguese military architecture. The site bears testimony as …

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An undiscovered Gem in Embu County……Mwea National Reserve.

Mwea is a town in Kenya that’s best known for its rice production which serves the whole country and foreign markets. Most tourists go to this location to see how rice is grown harvested. However, this is just the cake on the cake. Mwea has other great sceneries and parks to offer to the tourists. …

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Ngong Hills

Its natural beauty, undulating hills and the serene nature is purely legendary. The tranquility of the place flowered with beautiful landscapes is an ideal escape for hike lovers to venture. Immortalized in the opening lines from Karen Blixen’s classic, â€˜Out of Africa’ the green and fertile Ngong Hills have a certain mythical quality with the solitary …

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Mount Kenya

_x000D_ _x000D_ _x000D_ Since independence the idea of climbing Mount Kenya has become a great adventure. Kisoi Musau raising the Kenyan flag on Lenana Peak was clear to Kenyans that climbing the second highest mountain in Africa was possible. Since then, Kenyans have taken upon themselves to hike Mt.Kenya and aim at getting to its …

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