It was at Kanam that famous Archaeologist, Louis Leakey, in 1932, discovered the first fossils of what he thought to be Australopithecus but was it?
The Wagalla Massacre Site, where thousands of Degodia Somalis were killed in cold blood remains one of the most strangest events in Kenyan history.
In 2016 when Ben and his FlipFlopi crew decided to build a boat entirely from recycled plastic and then sail it to the Cape, everyone thought they were mad.
Mbaraki Pillar, standing 50 FT tall, continues to be a source of deep controversy. Local folk speak of a powerful Arab spirit that resides within its walls.
The Galton-Fenzi Memorial should be one of those monuments in Nairobi that elicits a lot of attention from travellers because of its history. It does not.
Namoratunga consists of 19 pillars surrounded by over 20,000 stones that are as mysterious as they are ancient. It has been called the African StoneHenge.
The Taita Skull Caves are the spectacular end result of an ancient and strange burial culture practised among the Wasagalla, Wadawida and Wakasigau people.
Along the Nyando river, lies the Luanda Magere Stone. They say it is where the grave of Luanda Magere, a warrior who could not be killed in battle lies.
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