The Lake & Sand Dunes like those of Dubai

The lake, the fish and sand dunes like those of Dubai; Why Turkana should be in your travel plan The Northern circuit of Kenyan tourism is a wonder cherished by many. In spite of a tough history of community conflicts, Turkana County remains a hidden gem. Kenya’s efforts to foster peace and reconciliation have borne […]

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Here comes Turkana’s Beauty

Turkana, the cradle of mankind has unexplored beauty comparable to none. Join us in this journey to explore that beauty.

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Wadach Napeget Sand Dunes

The wonder that is Napeget sand dunes located along the road that connects Kalokol and Eliye.Visible from the road the huge mountain of white sands, with ripples etched on the surface by wind, is a site to behold. The recommended time to visit would be in the early morning or late afternoon. This is not […]

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The grave of the legendary Turkana mother

The grave of Nayeche, the legendary mother of all Turkana people is a holy place of prayer which must be only visited in the company of a local so that no customs are violated. Towards the end of the year another festival is held at the legendary burial site which anticipates a huge crowd of […]

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Christ The Reedemer Statue,Lodwar

Did you know that Kenya has its own “Christ the Redeemer” statue? This is the statue of Jesus overlooking Lodwar Town in Turkana County, which was erected to commemorate 50 years of the Catholic Diocese of Lodwar.

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Turkana Cultural Festival Dancers

Thousands of people from Turkana, the neighbouring countries of Uganda, South Sudan and Ethiopia as well as Nairobi and from overseas flock to the annual Turkana Tourist and Cultural Festival which is held at Ekaleez Centre on the fringes of Lodwar. The festival program is diverse and comprises of the display of traditional Turkana houses, […]

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Lobolo Swamps,Lake Turkana

A unique ensemble of sand dunes, lakescape, doom palm trees and a swampy lagoon characterize the area of Lobolo swamp. Myriads of flamingo, holy ibis and other waterfowl have chosen it as their stomping ground. In case you are a bird watcher or merely a nature lover, you will enjoy staying and unwinding here very […]

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Lokori Standing Stones & Rock Art

In Lokori, not too far from the banks of Kerio river, there is one of Turkana’s most impressive archaeological sites, an ensemble of numerous circles of standing stones and two hills bearing mysterious rock art engravings. The local people will insist that the standing stone slabs once have been dancers turned into rocks by a […]

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South Turkana National Reserve

When travelling from Kitale to Lodwar, most people drive past Turkana’s largest nature reserve without even sensing what they are missing. South Turkana National Reserve is probably one of the least visited nature reserves in the whole of Kenya but it is a hidden gem! Chances to meet other tourists there are minimal. So why […]

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