Taita-Taveta

Overview

Taita-Taveta lays claim to Kenya's oldest and one of the world's largest wildlife area - Tsavo National Park. Covering a combined 5.4 million acres, the park is split by Mombasa Highway into Tsavo East and West. If you have ever heard rumours of red elephants and giant elephants called Tuskers, this is the place to put them to rest. Definitely a bucketlist destination.

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Stranger Odysseys

Taita Skull Caves Guard Ancient Burial Rituals

The Taita Skull Caves are the spectacular end result of an ancient and strange burial culture practised among the Wasagalla, Wadawida and Wakasigau people.

The Taita Skull Caves hold secrets to an ancient and strange burial culture practised among the Wasagalla, Wadawida and Wakasigau people.
Stranger Odysseys

Tsavo Man-eaters Come Home Over a Century Later

As Kenya prepares to receive the legendary Tsavo Man-eaters, interesting things are happening that appear as if history is repeating itself a century later

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Kenyatta Caves Housed a Kenyan President

Kenyatta Caves or Kino Caves, is believed to have been one of the hideouts used by Mzee Jomo Kenyatta at the height of the struggle for independence.

Kenyatta Caves or Kino Caves, was one of the hideouts used by Mzee Jomo Kenyatta at the height of the struggle for independence.