Kit Mikayi, are massive towers of boulders piled together into gravity-defying columns dipped in mystery and legend.
In Maparasha Hills in Kajiado, a rare ceremony that only takes place once in 10 years, happened. It is the Olng’esherr passage ceremony.
The Pokot live in West Pokot and Baringo counties of Kenya. Their nomadic life means they have interacted with different peoples throughout their history.
Did you know Kitale Museum was initially known as the Stoneham Museum after the late Colonel H. Stoneham. Here are 5 things to do on a visit.
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