1. Telling the story of the African baobab

    It has been a great pleasure reading Rupert Watson’s second edition of his ‘The African Baobab’.

    African Baobab
  2. Enjoying Vietnamese cuisine and farmers market in Karen

    It’s the biggest, most varied and vibrant weekly market of its kind that we have been to around Nairobi.

    Marula Farmers Market
  3. Pole-Walking in the Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary 

    It’s the very best of the forest walks we have tried over the last few years.

    Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary
  4. PREMIUM From Nairobi to Cape Town by road: Here is what you must know

    By flying, Matara would have spent Sh110,900 on a 5 hours 45 minutes fight to Cape Town on a round trip if he booked an economy class on Kenya Airways.

  5. Adventure for all the senses at Izzi restaurant

    Izzi has taken the art of dining to a whole new level, from innovative plating techniques to meticulously executed interior décor.

    Eating Out
  6. Why Nakuru should be on your travel bucket list for 2024

    With its numerous lakes, rich scenery, and diverse attractions, it is a destination that entices travelers looking for an authentic Kenyan experience.

  7. PREMIUM Nairobi through the eyes of first-time visitors

    The Lonely Planet, recently ranked it top in the list of the best cities, beating the romantic and timeless Paris and the vibrant Montreal.

  8. Visit Uhuru Park if you haven’t done so yet

    Once through the imposing gates, the paved walkways will lead you past fountains and sculptured animals.

    Uhuru Park
  9. A magical weekend escape to Narumoru

    The small town has become a popular tourist destination for those seeking adventure.

    Misty Mountain Lodge
  10. Stop unnecessary harassment at Lake Magadi checkpoint

    I was surprised to read in Trip Adviser several reports from tourists that they have been badly hassled at the checkpoint.

    Lake Magadi
  11. Kenya-Japan ties: A walk down memory lane

    In 1963, Kenya and Japan established diplomatic relations shortly after Kenya declared her independence.

    Ken Okaniwa
  12. Up for some Coffee Heist?

    Here, freshly brewed coffee blends with the fun of watching the waiters dressed as "Money Heist" actors.

    Coffee Heist Café
  13. Africa through the eyes of a cyclist

    Florence Ryan has found landscapes in the Sahara amazing, and camping under the stars a dream.

    Florence Ryan
  14. Sushi lovers take YouTube lessons on chopstick use

    Eating the Japanese dish is a challenge for first-timers seeking training on internet.

  15. Backpackers’ hostels: Where low-budget travellers meet

    For those who want to keep the costs low as they travel, hostels with shared amenities are a great option.

    Distant Relatives Ecolodge & Backpackers
  16. A treat for the palate at a horse themed restaurant

    I followed the “stables” sign, only to discover a restaurant, complete with immaculate white-clad wait staff.

  17. 5th Avenue Café, village market: A hideout perfect for a low-key third date

    The menu has a nice selection and variety.

  18. The place to see all endangered species

    By the time we reach the lodge, we’ve seen four of the Big Five and plenty of plains game.

  19. I run marathons across countries; here are my lessons about weight and diets

    I got into marathons after I became a mother because I had put on a lot of baby weight

  20. What are those lumpy under bonnet carpets for?

    The insulating qualities of the mats are positive; you would almost certainly notice the difference if they were not there.

  21. Exploring Victoria Falls' majesty in Zambia

    Zambia will amaze you at every turn, from the roaring Victoria Falls to the untamed wildness of national parks.