History, Archeology and Legends of Kenya

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Kenya rock art of Mfangano Island.

Historical and factual articles on Kenya’s archeological and cultural heritage sites as well as its wildlife.

Joy and George Adamson

The story about Elsa the Lioness and a book called Born Free continues to capture the hearts and minds of people everywhere. Joy and George ...more

Kenya Archaeological Sites

East Africa is still considered by many anthropologists to be the Cradle of Mankind and the many archaeological sites in Kenya add substance...more

Maasai Community Partnership

The Maasai who live in the Amboseli-Tsavo region belong to the Nilotic ethnic group and migrated down Africa's great river, the Nile, from a...more

Menengai Crater

Menengai Crater is one of Kenya's most intriguing destinations, with spectacular scenery combining with local beliefs about evil spirits roa...more

Popular Kisumu Attractions - Kisimu Museum

Kisumu Museum, located in Kenya’s third largest city, has exhibits that include cultural history from this region....more

The Cradle of Humankind: Sibiloi

Sibiloi National Park in Kenya stands on the edge of the largest desert lake in the world, Lake Turkana. The park is a World Heritage Site a...more

The Man Eaters of Tsavo and The Lunatic Express

Man eating Lions and the Lunatic Express, what's it all about? The Tsavo River in Kenya is the setting for a gruesome tale that unfolded in ...more

Born to be Free: True Story of Christian The Lion

Christian the lion, a true story of the relationship between man and animal, and Christian's extraordinary journey from zoo, to Harrods and ...more
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