The Unforgettable Lamu Festivals

Lamu town is one of the unique heritage places where modernity and ancient practices come to balances. The Lamu Island has a mystical history that is portrayed by is medieval structures. Previously the island was a trading centre where slaves and other trading goods were exchanged. With over 700 years of continues settlement Lamu has… Continue reading The Unforgettable Lamu Festivals

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The Maasai Community of East Africa

In open fields of Kenya and Tanzania, along The Great Rift valley live the Maasai People. One of the easily notable community, their traditionally bright coloured leso/kikoi (sheets), beaded elongated ear lobes, a walking stick, machete and sandals made from old car tires is what is easily identified about a Maasai. They came from north… Continue reading The Maasai Community of East Africa

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Murchison Falls National Park

The Murchison falls national park is in the Murchison Falls Conservation area which is about 5.02 kilometres and it combined with Bugungu wildlife reserve, Karuma and Budongo forest in the southern part. The Murchison conservation area in itself rounds up as the largest protected region in Uganda. The area has an elevation range which stretch… Continue reading Murchison Falls National Park

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Kibale National Park

The Kibale national park is 795 kilometre squared and forms a joined block with Queen Elizabeth National park. It is one of the best destinations for chimpanzee trekking in Uganda with its beautiful and expansive tropical forest in Uganda provides home to more species of flora and fauna. Kibale national park is habitat to much… Continue reading Kibale National Park

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