Break the Matsigulu Rock at Your Own Peril

From a distance, Matsigulu Rock, in Vihiga, appears ordinary. It seems to have little else to offer until you draw closer, then its no longer that ordinary.

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Jilted Love Hath a Face at Nyamgondho Site

Nyamgondho Site is the location of an old legend among the fishing community of western Kenya where the spectacular story of Julu the fisherman unfolds.

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Enkapune ya Muto’s World Oldest Jewellery

Enkapune ya Muto, also known as ‘Twilight Cave’, is an intriguing site where the earliest known jewellery on earth dating back 40,000 years ago was found.

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You Can Catch Rare Blood Moon in Turkana

While there was celebration around the world at the rare sighting, the blood moon has not always conjured such high spirits among people.

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On the Trail of the Real Ol Jogi Bear

Besides the usual suspects of the African wilderness, Ol Jogi has an interesting collection of residents from around the world including a black leopard called Bagheera who was rescued from a pet shop in New York, a pygmy hippo, a spotted owl and yes, a bear!

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10 Strange Places in Kenya You Rarely See

There are strange places in Kenya most travel itineraries never speak of. Some, like these 10, are only heard of in local folklore yet they do exist and should be explored.

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Ribeiro Made House Calls on a Zebra’s Back

Dr. Ribeiro is well remembered for his peculiar habit of making house calls on the back of a zebra he had personally trained but who was he?

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Sammy Lokorodi Discovers Man’s Oldest Tools

Sammy Eraidorot Lokorodi was the Kenyan artefact hunter from Nariokotome in Turkana who first came across the oldest stone tools on earth in Lomekwi 3.

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