By Adisa Hudson A horse is the projection of people’s dreams about themselves, strong, powerful, beautiful. And it has the capability of giving us escape from our mundane existence. The horse life is a life of the highest highs and lowest lows; you never know which is coming next, and horses...
Thomson Falls Beckons! By Adisa Hudson A tourist from Nakuru wrote a review of his experience and said, “Travelling from the dust bowl of Nakuru, it was a joy to see the ever changing landscape and vegetation. Tea and coffee plantations merged with the lush forests; colours of Africa that fight...
By Oroni Tendera Peacefully nestled in Eastern Kenya, Machakos is a fast growing county crowned by orderliness, hospitality, hilltops, labyrinthine caves and a fairly remarkable urban space. Conveniently located 56 kilometres from Nairobi, Machakos remains the perfect place to begin and end any safari to eastern Kenya. Here below are 6...
By Adisa Hudson Very little is known about this remarkable laid back village that boasts of a spectacular site.Compared to the renowned Hells Gate in Naivasha, even the frequent travellers to the Coast can hardly speak about the Hell’s Kitchen. Also known as Marafa Depression, Hell’s Kitchen is located in...
Sheltered away from the bustle of the city traffics, crowds and endless hooting; ambulances sirens, police vehicles and insane matatu drivers is  Rusinga Island Lodge-- All of a sudden, stillness, birds chirping, historic hub, and beautiful white sand hidden in a tranquil surrounding. Adisa Hudson whets your appetite for...
Let’s talk Marine… When we talk of the coastal beauty and the pride of the coast, most of the times it’s the oceans and the lush white sandy beaches that cloud our mind. However, as you explore further, Marine parks teeming with aquatic life equally forms a major attraction in...
Nairobi  Animal Orphanage is situated  in the Nairobi National park. According to the Kenya Wildlife Society, it serves as a treatment and rehabilitation centre for animals. The Orphanage is home to lions, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, serval cats, rare Sokoke cats, warthogs, leopards,  monkeys, baboons, buffalo. and various  bird species....
“A traveler without observation is a bird without wings”-Moslih Eddin Saadi. After a 20-minute- ride in a matatu from Nairobi’s bus station, I am finally here at the entrance of Nairobi Safari walk. It is 1pm but the sun’s big eye is shut.  Thick grey clouds are hanging dangerously above...