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‘Mukutan’ means ‘the Meeting’ – a fitting name for the breathtaking Mukutan Gorge, as it converges in a labyrinth of pristine landscape plunging deep into numerous hills and valleys, dotted …

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I first spotted the Lerruat Log Resort on someone’s Instagram feed, so when my sister brought up the idea of going for a day trip with her friends I right …

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Sieku Glamping is a rustic, modern-based luxury camp perched atop a hill facing the expansive Borana conservancy in Laikipia. Tucked right between the landscapes from Mount Kenya to Lossos to …

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Approximately 500 km (310 mi) from the capital Nairobi, the Kerio Valley straddles the western escarpment of the Kenyan Rift Valley, dropping a spectacular 1219 meters between the Tugen hills …

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It’s a chilly Thursday morning at Wilson Airport as we board an airplane en-route to Turkana for the Tobong’u Lore festival. As we touch down in this far flung region …

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This blog post is month’s late, life keeps getting in the way. I am sure you’re all familiar with the struggle where you have to take up a job to …

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Nowhere in Kenya has captured the world’s imagination quite like the Masai Mara. This huge expanse of breathtaking vistas, endless plains and abundant wildlife is the ultimate African Safari cliché. …

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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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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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It’s been a while. I’m sure you all have noticed the lack of regular posts on the blog. I have been quite busy and it doesn’t help that I have …

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In another life I would probably working in a sanctuary taking care of bonobos/chimpanzees/orangutans or in the middle of a jungle right now observing apes in the wild in order …

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The Masai Mara National Reserve can trace its origins to 1948, when the colonial administration established a Wildlife Sanctuary covering the Mara Triangle. As Kenya was gaining independence, the Sanctuary …

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I was contacted by the good people at Rupu and asked if I wanted to try out one of their travel deals. Rupu is an online shopping platform and they …

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There are lots of companies that organize day excursions out of Nairobi and I have been yearning to go, but I had never gotten round to it until last month. …

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This post has been a long time coming. If you missed out on my last post about Ol Pejeta you can catch it here.   I arrived in Ol Pejeta …

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Serena Sweetwaters Camp lies at the centre of the 110,000-acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy, in the Laikipia plains 17 kilometres from Nanyuki and 217 kilometres from Nairobi. Ol Pejeta is a …

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I recently got the chance to visit Ol Pejeta ranch in Laikipia County. Ol Pejeta is a not for profit conservancy and is the largest rhino sanctuary in East Africa. …

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I’ll always be grateful to God my Father for blessing me with the gift of photography because through it, I’ve been able to visit places that I might have only …

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As promised in my previous post about Amboseli  here is one dedicated to the elephants of Amboseli National Park. Amboseli is home to about 1200 (2011 figure, down from 1,600 in …

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Amboseli National Park has been featured on the blog a couple of times. My friend Ratia wrote about her trip here and later Dave of CookSipGo  showed us the birds of Amboseli. …

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