Suswa Revisited

By on June 24, 2019

It’s been 5 years since we last visited Suswa Conservancy and, after years of planning a return, we finally made it! This time we didn’t enter via the dusty roads close to Suswa town on the Mai Mahiu side of the conservancy, instead we opted to enter via the west side of the conservancy and […]

Five Backpacker Friendly Camps in Kenya

By on March 12, 2019

**************************************************************************************** Ten years ago it was very difficult to backpack around Kenya due to a lack of good public transport links and budget places to stay, however over the years public transport has improved and is continuing to improve, especially with the development of the SGR train. ** In that time an increasing number of […]

Ruma National Park

By on March 11, 2019

Ruma National Park is a small, rarely visited national park on the west of Kenya, close to Homa Bay and the shores of Lake Victoria. At only 120 sq.km in size it is a protected park for both Black and White Rhino and is also home to the Roan Antelope and tiny Oribi. It is […]