Battlefield Tourism: Traversing Kenya’s World War 1 Destinations

Battlefield tourism is growing in popularity. Kenya’s Taita Taveta county has deeply intriguing World War 1 sites.

Read More

End of the Railway? Nanyuki’s Lost Map Myth Debunked

Nanyuki’s “lost map” ended the Lunatic line, giving the town its famous “end of the railway” title. But years later, the map has been found.

Read More

Journey Past the Dunes Into Gabbra Tradition

For centuries, the Gabbra have woven their lives into the fabric of the Chalbi. Their existence is a testament to human adaptiveness, a harmonious dance with the elements.

Read More

Shin Bone Reveals Our Ancient Cannibal Traits

Ever dream of a trip where lunch could walk on two legs and wear fur? Pack your time machine and head to the African savanna 1.45 million years ago because those early human ancestors may have had a surprising menu item: each other!

Read More

A Guide to the Desert Museum in Loiyangalani

Nestled amidst the rugged beauty of Northern Kenya, the Desert Museum in Loiyangalani offers a captivating glimpse into the vibrant cultures and rich heritage of eight unique communities – the Samburu, Turkana, Pokot, Rendille, Gabra, Watta, Daasanach, and El Molo.

Read More

How Florence Wilson Founded Wilson Airport

Few women dared to venture into the skies in the early 1930s. But Florence Ker Wilson, founder of Wilson Airport, Nairobi, defied all odds.

Read More

How Richard Leakey Made Kenya Famous

Dr Richard Leakey relentlessly promoted social and environmental justice, paleoanthropology, and conservation in Kenya.

Read More

Lake Yahud Will Leave You Speechless

Lake Yahud in Wajir poses more questions than it answers. Named after a Jew, the mysterious man-made lake was formed in the 1970s.

Read More