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Kente is a ceremonial cloth hand-woven on a horizontal treadle loom, kente comes in strips measuring about 4 inches wide and sown together into larger pieces of cloth. It comes …

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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 am excited by the many wonderful things happening in Mukuru, my mind is brimming with hundreds of ideas ready to unleash as the Lord enables me. Having been raised …

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Kakamega is certainly not a highly publicized destination, but it is an area of great geographic, cultural and natural diversity offering visitors just as much, if not more, than many …

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A favorite on the safari circuit, Zambia is a unique destination, offering wildlife watching opportunities by road, river and on foot, as well as adrenaline activities at the legendary Victoria …

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Kenya’s Tana River is murky with hot-chocolate colored waters, and at the time of the year I visited the water was low but that didn’t stop me from enjoying a …

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Exploring the Philippines fully has been one of my earnest desires. However with over 7,000 islands, I am aware this is a daunting task.  One by one, gradually and steadily, …

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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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Hurghada is an Egyptian resort town specifically built for the purposes of tourism. It’s a young city, about 40-years-old as my guide and friend, Mondi Hurghada explained, “Before there was …

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There are many adjectives that could be applied to Adarsh Shah: adventurous, maverick, determined, daring… and just a tad curious. Unsurprisingly, beyond being a winemaker, Adarsh is also a foodie …

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Planning a trip to Kisumu? Here’s a list of some of the must-see attractions in and around this relaxed, pleasant and laid back city that alluringly straddles the shores of …

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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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China is huge, diverse and dazzling from the stupendous scenery to the impassive deserts of Inner Mongolia, from its ultra-modern cities to villages that time seems to have forgot, from …

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African countries rarely hit a blip on peoples travel radar. Maybe it’s because of the negative portrayal, the steady media diet of constant war, famine and disease. In reality Africa …

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Documentary photographer Victoire Douniama uses her work to explore and demonstrate the true essence of everyday life in the Republic of Congo or Congo-Brazzaville (as it’s often called to distinguish …

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A growing appetite for participation, spectacle and experimental activities has seen sports tourism gain so much attention and popularity across the globe. Largely unknown, Sports tourism in Kenya isn’t as …

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Kevin Ouma is part of an epic group of Kenyan Photographers operating under the umbrella of One Touch Live, a collective of visual artists united in the common desire to …

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I remember I first noticed the Mövenpick Nairobi when it was under construction and wondering why the building had a hideous looking contraption at the top. Boy was I pleasantly …

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I first read about the Nyiragongo volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) during a trip to Rwanda three years ago. It aroused my interest as it features the …

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