Lake Naivasha: The Panorama

Ever imagined a place hugged by grassy banks and interrupted with cacti and sand olive trees, with a sunlit lake tugged in between these two contrasting landscapes. A lake of unimaginable dimensions, multitude of water birds, elusive water bucks grazing by the side of the lake and pinkened ears of hippos peeking out of water…

Nairobi: The Green City of the Sun

Nairobi had always been a place in between. It started out as a stop-over on the Mombasa – Kampala railway route (for the Lunatic express); and is still being taken the same way by tourists, as a stop-over for the resupplies before leaving for the safari or pristine beaches of Mombasa and Malindi. But this…

Tiger tales from Ranthambore

      The range opposite to this is called ‘Rann’, this fort is ‘thamb’ and the deep valley from which the range arises ‘bhor’, which is how this place came to be known as Rann-tham-bore,” our guide revealed as we strode past the famous Ganesha temple in Ranthambore fort. Ranthambore is a magic—a secluded island of…