Discover the Wonders of Coconut

The history of the coconut is as ‘tasteful’ as the fruit. The name is derived from the Iberian word ‘El Coco’ referring to a mythical hairy monster.

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Why Kakamega Should be in Your Travel Itinerary

Kakamega town is, perhaps, known more for being the home of Kakamega Forest – few among the last remnants of indigenous rain forests in the world. The forest is home to rare plant and animal life including the red-tailed monkey and the blue turaco. Believed to be a remnant of the expansive Congo forest, the […]

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As Slum Tourism Rises, Kibera Takes the Spotlight

This is Kibera – Africa’s second largest slum and an increasing centre of attraction for a new emerging kind of tourism dubbed slum tourism.

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2011 KCB Safari Rally Remains Toughest Yet

The KCB Safari Rally is rated ‘The World’s Toughest Rally’ But the 2011 series that resulted in star-studded drivers bowing out is the toughest yet.

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History and Beauty Still Attract Travellers to Naivasha

Naivasha is a small town sitting on the floor of the Great Rift Valley. It is a favourite spot to grab quick refreshments for travellers heading upcountry.

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Nanyuki: The Settler Town Still Frozen in Time

Nanyuki, which was started by British settlers in the early colonial days in 1907, is today a popular base for people seeking to climb Mount Kenya.

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Journey to Hell’s Gate on a Wheelbarrow

To Hell’s Gate on a wheelbarrow is an annual event to raise funds for the construction of a conservation education centre in Hell’s Gate National Park.

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How Might you Like your Crocodile Served?

Did you know Crocodile meat has a high nutritional value compared to beef and pork? In fact it has a much lower fat content than chicken.

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