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Have you ever thought of changing your gender? Then make a trip to Nzambani Rock in Kitui County, Kenya. The rock, initially discovered by the Native Akamba Community and refer to it in their local dialect as ‘Ivia ya Nzambani’ is a stone outcrop standing approximately 183m above the ground. It is believed that anyone...
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Located 3 kilometers from Nyahururu Town, lies the magnificent Thompson falls. The breath-taking scenery is 74m equivalent to 243 feet fall on the Ewaso Nyiro river. Enclosed in a riparian vegetation on the slopes of the ranges, the breathtaking fall and the vapor created are a wonder, a view that keeps one glued on the...
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Mamba is the Swahili word for crocodile. Did you know crocodiles are the largest reptiles on Earth? If you’ve never seen crocodiles up-close, Nairobi mamba village is the best place to visit. Crocodiles are fascinating and powerful creatures. The crocodile farm is a replica of natural paradise which sits on approximately thirty acres of land with several restaurants...
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              Maasai Mara National Reserve is an area of preserved savannah wilderness in southwestern Kenya and shares a common border with Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Masaai Mara is named after the Masaai Community who are the native occupants of the area and the current dwellers. The National Reserve host a variety of wild animals:...
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You must have seen their stunning pictures- adorned with dazzling garments (Shukas or sheets). They are referred to as the Maasai community who live in the semi-arid and arid regions of Southern Kenya. The Maasai community is such an exciting and unique culture in Kenya. They play a significant role in the development of tourism in...
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Its formation that resembles a solemn head resting on a weary shoulder that consists of a large, boulder, balanced a top a huge column of rock, down which ‘tears’ flow is a true definition of what we know as the crying stone of Ilesi in Western part of Kenya. The stone is hailed among the...
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Among the forty-four tribes in Kenya and the Northeastern bantus is the Agikuyu community. The name Agikuyu is derived from the kikuyu name for a sycamore tree/ (‘Mukuyu’’) which means a generation of a big sycamore tree (Mumbi and Gikuyu the first parents). The kikuyu community arrived in Kenya alongside their close relatives the Embu,...
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In July last year as my boyfriend and I celebrated our anniversary, we took a trip to the fourteen fall. Located along the Thika Garissa road, 65 kilometers from Nairobi is the fourteen falls is very close to anyone who wishes to experience it. We learnt that the name fourteen falls was derived from the...
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Are you ready for a fun experience? David Sheldrick Wildlife is among the most beautiful attraction destinations in Nairobi, famously known for its great work in protecting elephants. It operates as an orphan elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in Kenya. David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust embraces all measures that complement the preservation, conservation, and protection of...
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Want a close-up encounter with a huge and beautiful giraffe? Giraffe Center is the place to visit. The Giraffe Centre is located in Lang’ata, approximately twenty kilometers from Nairobi Town, Kenya. Giraffe Center was started by Jock Leslie Melville after he and his wife captured two baby giraffes. The Center was opened in 1983 with...
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