Heard about the Baobab? Well here are some interesting facts about this magical African tree. The Baobab tree grows in hot low-lying areas in Africa and Australia. There are a …

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Africa’s Great Rift Valley is one of the world’s most distinctive geo-morphological features, cutting through the continent from from Syria in the Middle East, right down to Mozambique in south-eastern …

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The Congo is a river of superlatives.  It is the world’s second largest river (only the Amazon River moves more water) draining an area the size of Europe. It also …

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The Arabuko Sokoke Reserve is 420km square of coastal forest in Kenya. Declared a protected area in the 1940’s, this unique habitat is characterized by an enormous array of flora …

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This week we continue with our conservation series highlighting the use of technology to deter wildlife crime. The world is dealing with an unprecedented spike in illegal wildlife trade and …

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The plight of the African Elephant is well known. Illegal poaching of Elephants for their ivory has drastically reduced their numbers from approximately 1.3 million in 1979 to less than …

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When it comes to Africa travel, Kenya is a country that has more often than not been described as being touristy; a commonplace, inauthentic, overcrowded and overrun with travelers. But …

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Infinix smartphones have been in the Kenyan market for close to three years now. Within this short period Infinix has managed to dislodge many of the top phone brands and …

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London has red buses, New York has it’s taxi cabs, the Philippines has the Jeepneys, New Delhi auto rickshaws, Nairobi has its matatus. Image Source Matatu is slang for mini …

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The Aberdare National Park is a perfect sequestered weekend gateway yet close to the city. The Aberdare is a mountain range located in central Kenya. Located about 180 km north …

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Early morning, minding my business whist on my way to work, time to time I come across interesting views, I quickly whip my camera and manage to capture some shots …

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Mobile phones are now an essential component of travel especially when it comes to snapshots, travel apps, quick Internet connectivity etc. In this post we review the Tecno Camon C5 …

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Mobile phones are now an essential component of travel especially when it comes to snapshots, travel apps, quick internet connectivity etc. Tecno plans to launch the Tecno Camon C5, the …

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Planning an East African safari?  you may need to learn a phrase or two in Swahili – one of the most widely spoken languages across the African continent. Here are some …

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This week’s guest post is from my  friend Wendy, a Kenyan currently based in Vientiane, Laos.  She takes us on a tour to Hangzhou China, you can read her previous …

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Kenya is renowned for its magnificent Game Parks, Reserves and idyllic tropical beaches. There are however large areas of the country that remain largely unknown and seldom visited, such as …

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Ruma National Park was initially established as the Lambwe Valley Game Reserve in 1966 to protect its indigenous population of rare roan antelopes which exist nowhere else in Kenya.

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The Nairobi Railway Art Gallery was established in January 2012 by the Railway Museums management in collaboration with ECAK (Educultural Artists Kenya).

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Kisite Mpunguti is a marine park  located on the south coast off Shimoni, south of Wasini Island Kwale District on the south Kenyan coast near the Tanzanian border. The marine area …

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The Marsabit National park lies in northern Kenya, about 560km north of Nairobi in Marsabit district. Mt. Marsabit forest is isolated by semi desert and desert, with vegetation ranging from

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