I had not planned to attend Koroga this time round. I like D’Banj’s (the main act) music but I can hardly call myself a fan.  My friend (Thanks Leyla!) had …

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but even a thousand words or the tickled image of Palawan cannot begin to explain the tremendous beauty and absolute serenity …

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Planning a trip to Cape Town soon? Here’s a list of some of the must-see attractions in and around what many South Africans, affectionately call the ‘Mother City’. No visit …

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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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Zanzibar – a destination that conjures images of exoticism, rustic storied buildings, cobbled streets, spice markets, palm-fringed beaches and picture post card turquoise seas.  Lying only a short distance off …

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My first elephant sighting was back in primary school on an end of year trip to the coast along the Tsavo ecosystem. It was, you might say, an accidental sighting …

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Asia, to me, doesn’t feel like a continent. It feels like a heartbeat whose reverberations change as you travel from country to country, city to city. Gaudy hand painted signs, …

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It has been a while since I attended the Koroga Festival. Koroga, for the unaware, is a bi-monthly music extravaganza hosted by Capital FM celebrating the greatest African acts from …

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I wasn’t born in Nyeri – a bustling farming region nestled in the Central Kenyan highlands, but I’ve lived there almost all my life. Before I became a photographer I …

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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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Surrounded by the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean, exquisite white sand beaches, coral reefs and covered in lush tropical vegetation is Changuu Island also known as Prison Island. A …

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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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I have been meaning to visit the Olkaria spa since I spotted a photo of the spa pools online. The color of the water is reminiscent of the blue lagoons …

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This is a continuation of Jørn Eriksson’s hike up the Rwenzori Mountains, where he finally reaches the summit. In case you missed the first part of his journey you can …

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My friend Jess of Leo Tunapika? Has been asking when I would do a post of my food experience while I was in Zanzibar. Hey Jess! I know you have …

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I traveled to Dar es Salaam Tanzania in December last year, the culmination of a trip that I had been thinking of the whole of 2016, after a brief requisite …

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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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Located in Mtwapa a few kilometers from the coastal city of Mombasa lies the Moorings; a little cosy floating restaurant smack right in the middle of the creek. I was …

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The K1 flea market takes place on Sunday at the K1 Klub House. K1 is a nightspot located in the cool and serene suburbs of Westlands along Parklands – Ojijo …

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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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