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Kenya Popular Places to Visit

Tsavo West National Park

The Tsavo West National Park forms part of one of the greatest wildlife conservancies on Earth. It is known for its Red Elephants and the legend of the Maneaters of Tsavo.   Tsavo West forms one of the largest wildlife conservation areas on Earth and is one of the largest national parks in Kenya. The park has abundant wildlife, but due

Thika World War Memorial Park

It is located along the General Kago road, on your way to Mount Kenya University. It features burial sites for African soldiers who fought during the second world war. It is a historical park for commemorating brave soldiers who died during the second world war.

Meru Equator Tamaduni Cultural Center

There are 2 places you need to visit to learn the Meru culture – The Ameru Blog and the Equator Tamaduni Cultural Center.  The Equator Tamaduni Cultural Center is a private museum where you will experience the Meru Culture first-hand. It’s like walking into a Meru hut in the year 1918. Lots of lessons from the wazees there and Meru traditional artefacts

A Tale Of 2 Trees

Muuru Means Oak Tree in Kimeru. And Oak Trees have a King who sits in the Imenti Forest in Meru – King Muuru. The tree is so large, it takes about 10 adults with outstretched arms to circle it. It has such a large tunnel that goes through the tree trunk and a 3-metre radius doorway; over 20 adults can

Gaketha Elephant Maternity

You know, like we have the Mara Wildebeest Migration, elephants walk thousands of Kilometers to give birth at the same spot, every year around July and December! One of the hardest things in national parks is seeing elephants giving birth, but here, ukoona nteto. Oh, and you get to visit Solomon’s caves – the armoury of the Mau Mau – and

Mount Poi

The mountain which is located in the Ndoto range has one of the largest rock faces in Africa. It’s an ideal destination for mountain climbers and nature lovers.

South Island National Park

It is an ideal park for game watching activities. It has one of the world’s largest concentration of crocodiles and abundant birdlife. It is also home to venomous reptiles such as snakes and prehistoric fish.

Mount Kulal

It is an eroded down extinct volcano located east of Lake Turkana, approximately 50 kilometres from Loiyangalani. It has an elevation of about 2,285 meters. It was designated as a biosphere reserve in 1978. The mountain provides opportunities for hiking, bird watching adventures and viewing of wild animals that visit the area.

El Molo Villages And Shrines

You can visit the El Molo villages and shrines to familiarise yourself with the rich El Molo culture. The El Molo shrines are found at Lorian Island. The sacred shrines are four in number and represent the four clans of the El Molo people.

Loiyangalani Rock Arts

There are three main rock art sites in Marsabit County. The rock art sites include; Surima, Marti, and Afgaba. The rock arts consist of ancient images and symbols that illustrate different eras when the region supported different cultures and diverse human population.