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Trippin’ on Turkana (Part 2) – [PHOTOS] | The Kenyan Camper

What could Part 2 possibly mean? It means there was a Part 1. Starting off beneath the Ndoto Mountains in Samburu County and through to the back shores of Lake Turkana in the shadow of Mount Kulal, the trip back home takes us east through Marsabit County. This is just a quick run-down of the…
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The Ndoto Mountains – Northern Kenya (Part 3)

The Kenyan Camper

Our expedition wanders ever deeper into the hinterland but we do not tire. We are energized by the curiosity of things to come and are fuelled by wanderlust, snacks and diesel. The forth day of our adventure finds us in high spirits, we have found our travel rhythm and it beats to a strong and steady drum. If you haven’t already, you can see how far we have come to get us here in Part 1 and Part 2 of our journey. In the meantime what do the days ahead hold in store? More than we can imagine…

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Trippin’ on Turkana (Part 1) – [PHOTOS]

The Kenyan Camper

So it’s done. I finally made it. No more side-eyes from inquiring minds; “Yes I know you’ve traveled a bit around the country, but have you been to Lake Turkana?” All that’s it in the past, I can finally walk with my head held high. Thought I’d do something different for this article and post a photo essay with minimal chat, hope you you enjoy it.

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Aberdares and The Ark

“The nearer to Nyeri the nearer to bliss” remarked Robert Baden-Powell, best known for having started the Boy Scout movement. In 1939 he and his wife…

Aberdares and The Ark
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Samburu and Buffalo Springs

Less than one quarter of Kenya can be considered as fertile land, the rest are dry areas ranging from dry bush to straight desert. Apart from the dry…

Samburu and Buffalo Springs
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Spanning the Kerio river

In the lake Baringo area the Kerio, one of the longest rivers in Kenya, coming from the Amasya Hills (on the equator) and west of lake Bogoria, flows…

Spanning the Kerio river
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Wildlife Crossing Roads – Deadly Highways Threaten Endangered Species

A new study shows increasing danger that roads pose to wildlife Above: Serval hit on Mombasa Highway near Kapiti Estate 24th November 2019. Cortesy …

Wildlife Crossing Roads – Deadly Highways Threaten Endangered Species
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A Feast for All at Soysambu by Elmenteita’s Shores

Above: Lion defending his prey from Silver-backed jackals and Ruppell’s vultures listed Critically endangered on IUCN Red List in Soysambu . By Rupi …

A Feast for All at Soysambu by Elmenteita’s Shores
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The Northern Frontier District (NFD)

A decision made in 1925 by the British Colonial Office in London turned the NFD of Kenya into a buffer zone, to curb the influence of a southern …

The Northern Frontier District (NFD)
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Mcmillan Memorial Library in Nairobi

Published: The East African Nation 3 May 2010 It was curiosity that led me to Mcmillan Memorial library, an iconic building of the 1930s in the midst…

Mcmillan Memorial Library in Nairobi