Africa is a continent rich in diversity, with a lot to offer. Each country has its own unique beauty and cultures and if you really want to explore the continent, you will need a few months. However, if you have to pick just one or two places to visit in 2017, make sure that one of the following are on your bucket list for the year! Continue reading Top African destinations for your 2017 bucket list
We had heard of the beauty of Lake Turkana but were still taken by surprise with the stark isolation of ‘The Jade Sea’.
From Maralal we headed north for Lake Turkana, stopping by at World’s End Viewpoint, managed by the Malsasso Community. Even though it was not a clear morning the view was still awe-inspiring. By Karin Theron Continue reading Lake Turkana
Heading west from Lake Baringo the countryside was at first dry and arid reminding us of the stretch on the Orange River between Noordoewer and Aussenkehr in Namibia, but then with higher ground it became lush green as we neared Kabarnet. Thanks to the fluorspar mines the gravel road to the south was excellent and amazed us as we zig-zagged up 24 hairpin bends to the Elgeyo escarpment, at an altitude of 2,700m. By Karin Theron Continue reading Exploring the less travelled roads of western Kenya