The Pokot: Learn Corn Farming and Goat Keeping

The Pokot live in West Pokot and Baringo counties of Kenya. Their nomadic life means they have interacted with different peoples throughout their history.

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The Maasai: Find out if they are a Lost Tribe of Israel

The origin of the Maasai is as intriguing as their culture and lifestyle. Some even say they may be one of the lost tribes of Israel!

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The Kipsigis: Meet Growers of Kenya’s Finest Tea

The Kipsigis are a pastoralist ethnic group in Kenya famous for growing Kenya’s ‘green gold’ – tea. They are a sub-group of the Kalenjin.

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The Kamba: Meet Keepers of an Old Craftsmanship

The origin of the Kamba people remains a mystery yet their fame as long-distance traders who are deeply spiritual and immensely artistic is undisputed.

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The Luo: Go Fishing with Children from the Lakeside

The Luo trace their origin to Bahr al Gazzal in Sudan where it is thought they probably were the first inhabitants of Sudan, founding the Shilluk kingdom.

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The Meru: Find out What they were Doing in Misiri

The history of the Meru people of Kenya is shrouded in great mystery. Several theories have been advanced yet none is very conclusive to-date.

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The El Molo: Live with Dwellers of the Island of Ghosts

The El Molo, also known as Gurapau or ‘people of the lake’, are the smallest tribe in Kenya with very few pure El Molo existing today.

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The Kikuyu: Avoid 10 like Children of Gikuyu and Mumbi

The Kikuyu, are said to have been founded by a man called Gikūyu. Ngai, the Kikuyu god, took Gikuyu to the top of Kirinyaga and gave him, Mumbi, his wife.

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The Turkana: Ask them What Became of their Caves

The Turkana are the largest of the 7 ethnic groups that form the ‘Karamajong Cluster’. They are also called the ‘cave people’ but what became of the caves?

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The Bajuni: Catch Remnants of a Disappearing Culture

The Bajuni of Kenya once occupied the Bajuni Islands. Today they live in Lamu, just north of Tana River where they fish, trade and farm.

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