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6 Aug

Mount Kenya Climbing Expedition

Climbing 4900m is easier than running in a cross country or marathon. Well, that’s my opinion after getting to the third highest peak of the highest mountain in Kenya. Mount Kenya it is. This is one of the finest places to experience a trekking safari in Kenya. Even after hardly preparing myself physically, the whole...
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6 Aug

The Olumara Luxury Tented Camp

The OluMara Camp is a luxury tented camp in Kenya that is located in one of the conservancies that border the Masai Mara National Park. The term OluMara was coined from the words Oluaru and Mara. The term Oluaru is Masai for a place that is known to be inhabited by leopards. The area around...
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6 Aug

The Aberdare Mountain Ranges

Located in Central Kenya, the Aberdare Ranges span 160km in length and a maximum height of 3994m above sea level. They are one of the major and most fabulous natural tourist attractions. They are a natural habitat for diverse range of nature, hosting both flora and Fiona. They are on of the few remaining natural...
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6 Aug

Hunting techniques of African Predators

Fierce predators roam in the Kenyan jungles and savannah searching for prey. Lovers of travel, nature and wildlife can catch these and more while on safari to some of Kenya’s National parks, which are among the best tourist destinations in Africa. Read more and get to know the techniques employed by some of the best...
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6 Aug

Bull Fighting in Kakamega

There’s much to see and do in Western Kenya. One is bull fighting. Bull fighting in Western Kenya takes place among the Idakho people, which is a sub tribe of the larger Luhya community. It involves two bulls taking on each other, with thousands of spectators cheering on, and blowing traditional horns. The bulls are...
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6 Aug

Where the Law of Gravity is defied

Ever heard of a place where water flows upwards by itself. Visit Kyamlo, a place in Eastern Kenya. My friends and I decided to visit this famous place near Machakos, about 60km from Nairobi. We set out from the hotel at 11am and drove to Kyamlo, which is located 15km on the Kangundo road off...
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6 Aug

Fun-day with reptiles

It’s such a spectacle to view a reptile at closer quarters. Probably even touch it. Imagine yourself on the banks of a crocodile infested river somewhere in the African wild. And you are standing 3ft from a fierce and menacing looking, 2m long crocodile. Well, that’s just about the experience, if you visit the Mamba...
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