Posts Tagged "Kenya safari"

Maasai Culture and dance

Maasai Culture and dance

  • 12th March 2013

The Maasai are the best known pastrolists community. Maasai Culture has maintained the traditional lifestyle and to date still wear the loose red or blue clothing depending on where they are. The Maasai Live in communal land and their homesteads are built in an enclosed area surrounded by thorn bush….

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Mararal Camel derby

Mararal Camel derby

  • 12th March 2013

Mararal Camel derby is  held in August in Mararal a town in Northern part of Kenya, Samburu County.  The Mararal Camel derby brings together the Turkana, Samburu, Pokot cultures who are all pastoralists’ communities. Mararal is dry area. A lot of conflicts occur due to drought. Pastrolists in this areas…

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Lamu cultural festival

Lamu cultural festival

  • 12th March 2013

Kenya is a County of diverse cultures. Lamu cultural festival is  held in the coastal town of Lamu  in November. Lamu Island  is an old Swahili town that still holds the architecture, culture and ways of the early inhabitants. The festival promotes the local tradition, food, culture and customs of…

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Loldia house

Loldia house

  • 19th February 2013

Lodlia house is scenically placed. Experience spectacular views of the dormant volcano and outstretched savannah lowlands of the Great Rift Valley. This is a haven for relaxation and total serenity. Loldia house is situated two hours away from Nairobi. The house is  a luxurious country life experience. Getting there is…

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