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Revered by many anthropologists as the 'cradle of humanity', Kenya is wild and a little dangerous. If you're adventurous - and sensible - it promises the globe's most magnificent wildlife parks, unsullied beaches, thriving coral reefs, memorable mountainscapes and ancient Swahili cities. The Swahili word safari (literally, journey) wouldn't mean much to most people if it wasn't for this East African adventure land. No matter how many Tarzan movies you've seen, nothing will prepare you for the annual mass migration of wildebeests in the Masai Mara.

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In Nairobi, Its Karibu all the way

Sun, 24 May 2015 | By itspecial | Views [5]

    NAIROBI is like any other capital city of any country.  Busy with business and social activities.   The first thing that struck me at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport was the mode of screening for Ebola immediately ... Read more >

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Ostrich Town

Thu, 21 May 2015 | By beautiful-uganda | Views [10] | Scholarship Entry

It's a town that I will live to forever love. As you approach it,you are welcomed with this cool breeze. The green trees along the road add beauty to the town. It is a small but developing town with an aim to be a 24 hour economy town. It has various ... Read more >

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Rough Roads

Thu, 21 May 2015 | By gregkamphuis | Views [12] | Scholarship Entry

They say the road to hell is paved with good intentions. I am not sure about that, but I can tell you for sure that the road from hell is not paved at all, and the buses move quickly. I had heard that the road from Moyale to Nairobi would be one of the ... Read more >

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A Small Kenyan Waterfall

Tue, 19 May 2015 | By farrers | Views [12] | Scholarship Entry

Whilst visiting Nairobi, The group I was with just happened to befriend an ambassador staying in our hotel. I was apprehensive about staying in Africa, but he organised a bus for me and my friends to spend the next day touring the area in and around Nairobi.... Read more >

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Thim Lich Ohinga

Tue, 19 May 2015 | By niccollo1 | Views [11] | Scholarship Entry

“While the Portuguese had their fort Jesus, the Luo’s had their ‘Thim Lich Ohinga’” Silas Nyagweth, the curator at site tells me moments after I had made my way into the giant self-imposing stone structures, built in the 15th century but still with the ... Read more >

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Photos: Faimus Faith

Wed, 13 May 2015 | By thefaimusadventure | Photo Gallery


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Kisite Mpunguti Marine Park

Wed, 13 May 2015 | By thefaimusadventure | Views [19] | Scholarship Entry

In December of 2014, I spent a few days at the Kenyan south coast. While travel advisories were being issued against that gorgeous slice of paradise, I was there with a couple of friends: camping on a beach with pearly white sand, snorkeling in teal ... Read more >

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Sleepless in Eastleigh

Mon, 11 May 2015 | By bnwanjala | Views [20] | Scholarship Entry

Eastleigh never sleeps. It is 2 am on a Friday morning. I have been up all night, kept awake by loud music and khat-fueled conversations outside. I am in Blue Sky Lodge on 10th Street because I have a 3 am bus to catch. Eastleigh is an eastern suburb ... Read more >

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Seven days in Kenya

Fri, 8 May 2015 | By leulseged | Views [18] | Scholarship Entry

The Swahili word “Karibu” is equivalent to the English “welcome” or the Amharic Enkwan Dehna Metu. If one lands in Kenya, one will hear this word mentioned thousand times a day. When Kenyans say 'Karibu', it is not from force of habit. They say it from ... Read more >

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The Animals of Kilimanjaro

Wed, 6 May 2015 | By anthonyshock | Views [19]

After settling into my lodge at Kilimanjaro, I was back in the jeep and off to watch some game.     We kept a lookout, and firstly spotted plenty of buffalo grazing among the grass.     A few zebra ... Read more >

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Where's Wally?

Tue, 5 May 2015 | By lampaert | Views [17] | Scholarship Entry

Where’s Wally? Or Waldo if you’re American. Ou Charlie si vous etez Français? Walter if German. You get the gist. He has a different name wherever you go. What’s he up to? I liked ‘reading’ the Wally books as a kid. I didn’t have many friends. Luckily, ... Read more >

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KAG Prayer center

Tue, 5 May 2015 | By wordstoliveby | Views [122] | Comments [1] | Scholarship Entry

‘They meet God here,’ I was told once, ‘some travel thousands of kilometers to be under the ‘open heavens’’. What‘s my reason? Why do I keep coming here? Are the questions that fill my mind as I walk towards the center. Uneven, thirsty and dirty is ... Read more >

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Photos: Tribes of Kenya

Sat, 25 Apr 2015 | By nomadicdron | Photo Gallery


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Volunteer in Kenya to explore these tribal villages you won’t even find on Google maps

Sat, 25 Apr 2015 | By nomadicdron | Views [200] | Video

Covering the eastern part of Africa with its forests and mountains is the interesting nation of Kenya. The country’s forest lands are huge and long stretched to miles; accumulating different species of wild animals. The annual convergence of wildebeests ... Read more >

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Photos: Passport & Plate - Chapatis with Lentil Stew

Fri, 6 Mar 2015 | By kaptembwapride | Photo Gallery | Scholarship Entry

Ingredients Lentil Stew What you need: 1 heaped teaspoon of coriander seeds A good glug of olive oil 2 hearty cloves of garlic One red onion (chopped finely) One stalk of celery (chopped finely) 6 medium sized tomatoes (cut and quartered) One carrot ... Read more >
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