KenyaNon SoloSafari

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BestOfKenya. Are you planning to go for the Best Safari Ever? Enjoy the weekend and Watch Your Steps @ Safari Wild Animals Footprints :)

BestOfKenya. Are you planning to go for the Best Safari Ever? Enjoy the weekend and Watch Your Steps @ Safari Wild Animals Footprints :)

BestOfKenya. Look at that face :) How can the HYENA possibly be considered part of the UGLY FIVE?! Who knows who the other UGLY FIVE are?

BestOfKenya. Look at that face :) How can the HYENA possibly be considered part of the UGLY FIVE?! Who knows who the other UGLY FIVE are?

Samburu Village, Kenya

Samburu Village, Kenya

BestOfKenya. KENYA IMPOSES WORLD'S TOUGHEST LAW AGAIST PLASTIC BAGS. Kenyans producing, selling or even using plastic bags will risk imprisonment of up to four years or fines of $40,000 from Monday, as the world’s toughest law aimed at reducing plastic pollution came into effect. Many bags drift into the ocean, strangling turtles, suffocating seabirds and filling the stomachs of dolphins and whales with waste until they die of starvation.

BestOfKenya. KENYA IMPOSES WORLD'S TOUGHEST LAW AGAIST PLASTIC BAGS. Kenyans producing, selling or even using plastic bags will risk imprisonment of up to four years or fines of $40,000 from Monday, as the world’s toughest law aimed at reducing plastic pollution came into effect. Many bags drift into the ocean, strangling turtles, suffocating seabirds and filling the stomachs of dolphins and whales with waste until they die of starvation.

Tribes-Religion&Beliefs. Our very own Maasai’s spit on you as a greeting. They spit as a greeting and also on newborn babies so that they would be protected from evil spirits. They also spit on their hands before shaking the hand of an elder.

Tribes-Religion&Beliefs. Our very own Maasai’s spit on you as a greeting. They spit as a greeting and also on newborn babies so that they would be protected from evil spirits. They also spit on their hands before shaking the hand of an elder.

THE KALENJIN are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting the Rift Valley Province. They are Kenya’s forth largest ethnic group and are renowned on an international level for their athletic prowess and they are sometimes referred to as Kenya’s running tribe. Additionally, the Kalenjin traditional areas of Kericho and Nandi have played a significant role in establishing Kenya as the world’s leading exporter of tea.

THE KALENJIN are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting the Rift Valley Province. They are Kenya’s forth largest ethnic group and are renowned on an international level for their athletic prowess and they are sometimes referred to as Kenya’s running tribe. Additionally, the Kalenjin traditional areas of Kericho and Nandi have played a significant role in establishing Kenya as the world’s leading exporter of tea.

Wild lioness pictured nursing baby leopard in first ever sighting of inter-species parenting of its kind. The five-year-old lioness, called Nosikitok was reclining on the grass and nursing a leopard cub, thought to be no more than three-weeks-old at a lodge in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The lioness wears a GPS collar allowing researchers to track her. She may have lost her cubs and allowed the baby leopard to feed.

Wild lioness pictured nursing baby leopard in first ever sighting of inter-species parenting of its kind. The five-year-old lioness, called Nosikitok was reclining on the grass and nursing a leopard cub, thought to be no more than three-weeks-old at a lodge in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The lioness wears a GPS collar allowing researchers to track her. She may have lost her cubs and allowed the baby leopard to feed.

BestOfKenya. Kenyan Digital Artist Jacque Njeri Redesigned Old Postage Stamps In The Most Amazing Way, a project called the ‘Stamp Series.’ Through it, she puts some magic on old stamps to make them look cooler.

BestOfKenya. Kenyan Digital Artist Jacque Njeri Redesigned Old Postage Stamps In The Most Amazing Way, a project called the ‘Stamp Series.’ Through it, she puts some magic on old stamps to make them look cooler.