Here’s what many people don’t tell you often; you can experience Dubai’s sand dune thrill right here in Kenya! Desert safaris are increasingly becoming the thrill factor among local and foreign tourists. The Chalbi Desert in Marsabit County is one of the famous deserts in Kenya. Located in the northern part of Kenya, the Chalbi …
North Eastern Region
The Malka Mari National Park is located near the Kenya- Ethiopia border. Lovers of the sun can visit this place since it is majorly hot and dry. The National Park has a beautiful scenery with the presence of different types of wildlife and plants that survive in the semi-arid area. The National Park is ideal for sightseeing, animal watching and watching the sun set across the horizons in the evenings.
The Wagalla Monument is a breathtaking monument that has great historical background. Lovers of History know that the monumentwas set up om commemoration of the 1984 massacres that took place in Wajir.The massacre was as aa result of the inter-clan conflicts that existed at that time. The government helped in building up the monument as a sign of motivation for disarmament amongst the communities in Wajir. Such a heart-breaking historical sight is a must visit since history is a prediction of the future.
In Menders the economy is heavily dependent upon livestock. Those outgoing tourists who love sightseeing and trying out new challenges can join the pastoralists as they search for water for their livestock in this semi-arid area.The Elewak Ancient wells is one such place to visit to quench the thirst of their animals.
The Elewak Ancient wells are unique since one has to come up with vey unique methods to apply so as to reach the source of water. This is an adventurous venture since it entails climbing down the wells trying to reach the low levels of water. The ancient wells have a historical touch since they were created in the 17th and 18th century.
Your visit to the people of Wajir is incomplete if you have not visited the Boni National Park. This park will quench your sight seeing thirst though sometimes the animals escape once they see a foreigner near them.