Now I know…

Did you know that in the ancient Egypt 4000 years ago saw cats as symbol for fertility and motherhood? They even dedicated a temple for them…… As you digest that, the “wild cats”  are considered royal in Lamu, Kenya. Existence of these cats have a religious aspect since they believe that the prophet and hisContinue reading “Now I know…”

The Lioness that introduced themselves to Soysambu Conservancy in Kenya

Three lioness from Lake Nakuru National Park found themselves into the Soysambu Conservancy in search of their own territory and made it the new home. They were the first lions to be in Soysambu. Soysambu is located in Nakuru County, Kenya bordered by Lake Nakuru national Park, Ol Doinyo Eburru and Menengai Crater. Soysambu ConservancyContinue reading “The Lioness that introduced themselves to Soysambu Conservancy in Kenya”


It is the fourth largest island on earth and is located off the southeast coast of Africa. Its vegetation consists of reefs, rain forest and beach. Mammals, reptiles and amphibians found in Madagascar are 98% unique to this island and not found anywhere else in the world. It is a home to unique ancient primate knownContinue reading “Madagascar”

Animal welfare and rights

So we agreed not to be mean to things/who we dislike, good , i like that and thank you. We all know our rights but do you know any rights for the animals both the domestic and wild animals? Don’t worry i will enlightened you on some of the welfare and rights that were formedContinue reading “Animal welfare and rights”

Good things come in small packages

Do you agree that good things come in small packages? The most rare antelope species, Sitatunga, is found in the Saiwa swamp National Park which happens to be the smallest park in Kenya. Saiwa swamp national park covers only 3 km squared and is located in Kitale, Trans-Nzoia County, Kenya. It was created to protectContinue reading “Good things come in small packages”

Do you adhere to the set rules in conservation areas?

Everyone visits the conservation areas for different reasons. Some visit to see the wonderful animals, learn more about nature, connect with nature, escape from the busy cities, offloading week’s stress or even just enjoying the nature’s company. Nature has a healing impact to us and its important to make time for it. It also needContinue reading “Do you adhere to the set rules in conservation areas?”

Fourteen Falls waterfall at Thika

Fourteen Falls waterfall is located about 65 Kilometers North East of Nairobi off Thika-Garissa Road turning at Makutano junction. Fourteen Falls waterfall at Thika is a spectacular 27 meter deep and a perfect day trip. There is a lot to see and do while in this scenic site, boating, fishing, photography, plant identification, and birdContinue reading “Fourteen Falls waterfall at Thika”


As a brand new blogger, I am beyond grateful to have been nominated for the Liebster Award 2017. Thank you Megan for your support and nomination. Please stop by to check out Megan’s blog at The posts are filled with inspiration and gives motivation through thoughts and ideas taking in all of the differentContinue reading “LIEBSTER AWARD”

Treasure Hunt at the Nairobi National Park

Weekends are the best times to enjoy life in the wildness and catch up with your fellow animal lovers. Joining various adventurous teams helps you to always be updated on all events going down each other day. Those of us who love wildlife and are expert at spotting game, love looking around while driving wereContinue reading “Treasure Hunt at the Nairobi National Park”

THE “BIG FIVE”: Key African Wildlife Species found in Kenya

The name was coined by the big hunters in the past centuries for the difficulty they faced while hunting them. They involved high risk of danger. The big five includes the lion, leopard, both black and white rhino, elephant and buffalo. LION As the largest of Africa’s big cats, the lion is highly regarded byContinue reading “THE “BIG FIVE”: Key African Wildlife Species found in Kenya”