On The Go Explorers.


    February 26, 2020 by

    Written by Joseph Mwangi, On the Go Explorers. To some, the name Tsavo brings up memories of huge herds of red-dusted elephants uprooting trees with their trunks, shaking the earth as they move, and scaring birds away with their trumpeting. These beasts own and roam this land. It’s the largest game reserve in Kenya. Tsavo… Read more


    February 4, 2020 by

    Written by Ess Opiyo. Culture and the travel industry have consistently been connected. Social sights, attractions and occasions give a significant inspiration to travel, and travel in itself produces culture. Over the years, the connection between culture and the travel industry has been distinguished and a type of consumption birthed: cultural tourism. I grasped an… Read more


    January 29, 2020 by

    Written by Cynthia Njeri. “A Tourist looks, a Traveler lives”. Sentiments that I know all travel enthusiasts reckon and agree with. Living for a traveller means exploring and finding out more about the new city/country that they are visiting; exhaustively ticking off the bucket list. And that is why you’d agree with me that for… Read more

  • The Pearl of Africa-Uganda

    January 22, 2020 by

    Written by Cynthia Njeri. New years eve has to be the most stylish and celebrated day by everyone. It is perhaps the only day where the young and the old reverse the order of nature and turn the night into day. Ushering in 2020 would have a special touch to it; the New decade. I… Read more


    January 14, 2020 by

    Written by On The Go Explorers. Look up the sky: no one of them stays in the same place – Seneca. Read that again. Happy new year! May this year be everything you want it to be and most grandly, we hope travel is on your vision board. This is an important decade, vastly for… Read more


    December 24, 2019 by

    Written by: Cynthia Njeri and Ess Opiyo. Having travelled to different corners of our country, with the growth of the tourism industry, it is admirable that the country is literally bursting at the seams with recreational and accommodation fancies. Lalanasi lodge, located in Ndaragwa along the Nyeri- Nyahururu highway is one of these, established for… Read more


    December 8, 2019 by

    Written by Cynthia Njeri. Venturing into travel three years ago felt like a far fetched dream. I desired so much to travel but I did not want to travel alone. I had the notion that I needed to have a six-figure salary to quench my thirst, but clearly, I have grown wise over the years… Read more


    November 19, 2019 by

    Try and imagine yourself in Maasai Mara, a destination on the bucket list for most travellers, just after dawn or dusk sitting in a hot air balloon. The guide lights it up, you ascend slowly, sipping your drinks, laughing sheepishly as you have a bird’s eye of the game below on the savannah: lions, cheetahs,… Read more


    November 12, 2019 by

    Dear those of you who tan, for lack of a better word, we hate you. Yours, those of us who ban. Let us travel to one of the best and oldest cultural and historical visitors hub in the Coastal area, but first, grab your sunscreen- Malindi. Better to experience a place once than hear about… Read more


    September 17, 2019 by

    Welcome to our blog! And our first post which is our first crawl. As travel bloggers, (in training at least), the backlog of travel stories we have to share and those that we are yet to experience, are not so uncommon- just like a baby’s crawl is never uncommon- but different and special to its… Read more

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