"Conservation Pays with Love" Crab samosas?Anyone? In Kenya the only samosas I have ever tasted are those stuffed with beef or the fake ones filled with green grams or potatoes. My taste buds had been living a samosa lie for over 20 years until we visited crack Shack Dabaso in Watamu. Crab Shack Dabasao is... Continue Reading →


"Waste is Gold" The EcoWorld Center is a community based solid waste management enterprise that was started by in 2009 by Watamu Marine Association with the support of IUCN Netherlands and African Fund for Endangered Wildlife Kenya Ltd. Its objective is to clean the beaches of Watamu, recover waste and give the Dabaso local communities an... Continue Reading →


"Kenya Responsible Travel Safari Guide" While on a safari in Kenya Keep to designated roads or tracks Encourage your driver to stay on roads or designated tracks when visiting national parks or reserves. Off-road driving can cause extensive damage to grass and woodland habitats. Minimise disturbance to animals Wild animals become distressed when they are... Continue Reading →


Visit EcoWorld Center with Uniglobe Lets' Go Travel "The Lungs of Nairobi City" Nairobi has lungs, the Karura Forest. Karura Forest is one of the largest and biodiverse gazzeted urban forests in the world. So rich is the forest that nearly 605 of wildlife species in Nairobi are found in the forest. Karura forest has a... Continue Reading →


 "The Theater of Kenya’s History" The Kenya National Archives was established in 1965 by an act of parliament. One of the key functions of the Kenya National Archives is to showcase Kenya’s and part of Africa’s political and cultural history and heritage by acquiring and preserving valuable public and private records. The records have historical,... Continue Reading →


“The Crocodile Farm” The Mamba Village is a 30-acre mini zoo and resort located in Nairobi's leafy Karen Suburb. Mamba Village is well-known for its Crocodile Farm and is a popular place for families and primary school students who frequent the place to see “mamba” meaning crocodile in Kiswahili. Why it stands out Nairobi Mamba... Continue Reading →

Fairview Coffee Estate 1909

“The Home of Kenya’s Finest Coffee” Fairview Coffee Estate is an award winning and multi eco certified 250-acre coffee farm located in the central highlands of Kenya in Kiambu county. Fairview Coffee Estate is set in beautiful gardens, a colonial times farm house surrounded with 150 acres of coffee bushes, indigenous forest and bushes a... Continue Reading →

Bomas of Kenya Nairobi.

“The Theater of Kenya’s Rich Culture ” Bomas of Kenya is a cultural centre established by the government of Kenya in the year 1971 to maintain preserve and promote the cultural diversity in this country. The word Boma is a Kiswahili word which means a home-­stead, hence the word Bomas, with reference to the various homesteads... Continue Reading →

Karen Blixen museum

“The Little Known Farm House” What most people don’t know is that the Karen Blixen Museum was once a farm house for a coffee plantation owned by Danish author Karen Blixen who is famous for her book Out of Africa. The farm house was built in 1912 by a Swedish engineer Åke Sjögren, and was... Continue Reading →

Nairobi National Museum

“Home of Heritage” The Nairobi National Museum began as the Coryndon Museum, named after Sir Robert Coryndon, a prominent patron of the Uganda Natural History Society. On September 22, 1930, the site was opened as the Nairobi National Museum, a repository that preserves the history and cultures of Kenya. Later, Dr. Louis Leakey successfully raised... Continue Reading →

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