Kenya ~ Heritage of splendour


Today I stumbled upon the Travelling Kenya Facebook page, and I was left in awe because my country truly is beautiful. There are so many places I am yet to explore in this here Kenya and I wanted to share with you a few places that I hope I will be lucky enough to get to visit before I die.

The Floating House in Kilifi Creek

How beautiful is this house? I can imagine how wobbly it may be when the tide is high, but regardless I would love to be aboard it. I wonder if it moves..

Forodhani House in Lamu

Those sun beds over there, at the corner, is where I need to be!

Kongoni Lodge in Naivasha

Naivasha is famed for Fisherman’s camp, Crayfish camp, Delamere, Enashipai, and little did we know there was a gem like this hidden deep within.

Milele House in Vipingo Ridge

This looks like the perfect place to host an all white party (Diddy Style).

The Thomsons Falls, Nyahururu

I can definitely chase this waterfall.

Tiwi Beach Diani

Photos courtesy of the Travelling Kenya Facebook page, check out their website here and discover the beauty of Kenya.

Happy Travels 🙂

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7 thoughts on “Kenya ~ Heritage of splendour

  1. Been to Tiwi Beach but somehow i dont remember it looking so lush and green… ama we went dry season.. so i guess we’ll just have to go back again 🙂 That floatig house in kilifi is a must before December…

    • ha ha ha ati dry season? Now that you are there, make sure you explore every single place. But wait for me we do the floating house together.

  2. Yaani Milele House has been on my to-go list since i saw it. It’s gorgeous!! Forodhani has also been added to the list 🙂

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