The wildebeest migration in Kenya is one of nature’s wonders. It’s mysterious, chaotic, deadly, inspiring & the greatest show in the world.
Kenya is a country in East Africa. It’s bordered by Ethiopia to the north, Somalia to the northeast, South Sudan to the west, Uganda to the west, and Tanzania to the south. The capital city is Nairobi.
Kenya has a population of about 48 million people with diverse ethnic backgrounds. The country is home to many endemic species including animals like cheetahs and leopards.
Kenya has a rich history that includes ancient kingdoms and colonial settlements. Kenya is also home to many different languages including Swahili, which is the national language.
It is home to Mount Kenya, the second-highest mountain in Africa. It’s also home to a large mangrove forest in the Kisite Mpunguti Marine National Park.
Though travel plans seem challenging during the pandemic, there are still safe options for adventures. Plan a trip to Africa now to experience beautiful nature and culture with spacious, health conscious accommodations.
Brilliant colors, spices, wildlife and music makeup the extraordinary beauty of Kenya. Here is a guide to what to see and do on your trip.
At the Orphan’s Project at Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi, Kenya, baby elephants are rescued and cared for until they can be safely returned to the wild.
In Africa, beads are not only a symbol of beauty, they have a religious and social role in the culture.
An African safari is once in a lifetime experience, but choosing the right safari company is important. Here’s why Kagera Safaris is a good option.
Wondering what to pack for your trip to Africa? South African writer Adrian Rorvik offers his inside tips on what to wear and do when traveling in Africa.
From mango-stealing monkeys and wildlife safaris to the welcoming Maasai and Samburu people, Kenya left an impression that I’ll never forget.
Leaving buffets, fancy lodges, and vehicles with shock absorbers behind, we set off on a do-it-yourself safari.
Spend the day with orphaned elephants at the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya.
This was a predator, a killer. He was a larger version of my house cat, and he was considering eating me for lunch!
More than two million animals thunder through the Serengeti. Seeing them is unforgettable.