Lamu is one of the best preserved Swahili settlements in East Africa.
The road to becoming a world heritage site…
By volume, Lake Turkana is the world’s fourth-largest salt lake after the Caspian Sea.
Source: Timeless Turkana now in flux
International Hydropower Association announces new commitment to World Heritage sites and protected areas; Unesco
Broadcasts portray life before the fort, then takes the audience through specifications and fortifications that rendered it supposedly impregnable.
Two World Heritage sites in Kenya have been picked by a UN agency to benefit from a Sh64 million fund put up to cushion such sites in Africa from the coronavirus impact.
The two sites in Kenya emerged among 22 others that had applied for the funding.
Five Eastern African countries receive #SOSAfricanHeritage grants to promote COVID-19 resilience; Unesco
Unesco says they have complex ecosystems with many species of plants and animals.
Lake Turkana — the world’s largest desert lake — is at the risk of going extinct in coming years should there be no strategic interventions.
There is definitely a lot one can discover and enjoy, so let’s take a look at what Kenya has to offer and why exactly it is one of the must-visit places this year.
Lamu is a pearl to be polished and looked after.
From far, flamingoes’ pink and white patterns are a sight to behold. And except for the quacks of pelicans and fish eagles perched on the heap of stones…
Its listing on the Unesco List is a major boost to Kenya’s western tourism circuit.
It was inaugurated as a World Heritage Site after a painstaking process that started in the 1980s…
If you are millennial, you may never know that in 1989, the then KANU government wanted to construct a 62-storey building to be known as the Kenya Tim…
Dry-stone walled settlement was probably built in the 16th century, according to UNESCO.