Kenya Travel Articles

 
The Nairobi Backpackers’ Experience
The Nairobi Backpackers’ Experience Often visitors view passing through Nairobi as a necessary weigh station on their way to a safari or the beach; however, the city has many attractions and amenities that merit a second glance.
Kenya for the Indie Traveler
Kenya for the Indie Traveler From wildlife to beachcombing to one of the world's epic train rides, Shelley Seale shares some of the best times to be had in Kenya.
Saving Kenya’s Black Rhinos
Saving Kenya’s Black Rhinos For an "on-the-ground" wildlife experience, Dawn Kane recommends the Earthwatch tour "Saving Kenya's Black Rhinos" in Kenya.
Angels in Africa – Kenya
Angels in Africa – Kenya David Mensch had his rented vehicle break down on a deserted road in Kenya, and the help he and his family received has him wondering who it really was out there.
Day 1: Nairobi, Kenya – Big Brother’s African Brother
Big Brother's African Brother: This trip was three years in the making before
September 11th set things back another six months. The good news is the extra ...
Day 23: Nairobi, Kenya to Arusha, Tanzania – Big Brother’s African Brother
Big Brother's African Brother: Day 23 - Three truck mates leave in Nairobi and
three new truck mates replace them.
Day 3: Crescent Island, Kenya – Big Brother’s African Brother
Big Brother's African Brother: Day 3 - The group go on their first excursion to
Crescent Island.
Magnificent Vista and Wildlife – Kenya, Africa
Magnificent Vista and Wildlife – Kenya,  Africa Renowned for its wildlife and extraordinary landscape, John Moran experiences both views into this unique continent; one sight more close up than he would have chosen.
The Kenyan Campaign Trail – Africa

Kesse Buchanan follows a revolutionary campaign of a female parliamentary aspirant, and finds that politcs in Africa are crazier than she could ever imagine, but the experience gave her a ride of a

Lamu, the Pearl of the Kenyan Coast – Africa
Lamu, the Pearl of the Kenyan Coast – Africa Ann LoCicero's first thought upon arriving in Lamu was: Where have I taken my seven-year-old kid? It's dusty, dirty and it smells horrible.