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Turkana Expedition

The Kenya Tourism Board has organised a trip to northern Kenya. I’m honored to be among the team of travellers that will embarck in one of the most challenging road trips I’ve ever done. On Monday, 23rd April 2012, we’ll start our 7-day trip towards Turkana, Northern Kenya, by road. I’ve never visited the ares before and the first reaction upon getting the invite was excitement, followed by a chill of fear. Northern Kenya is known to be notorious with cattle rustlers (armed with guns and invading into villages, stealing cattle) but the same area boasts beautiful scenery with magnificent landscapes. It’s a photographer’s heaven. The later fact has helped me overcome the fear and take up this opprtunity to explore Kenya.

It’s a tough journey. I expect more of adventure and exploration with just enough luxury. I bet the temperatures are sky high but the best way to know is getting there.


I will document the whole journey (Day 1 to Day 7) on this blog. The blog URL is mobile. It’s also a great opportunity to have a week of iPhoneography which I’ve recently developed great interest in. Follow me on Instagram and Tadaa on the links below and see the pics.

Sit back, hold on, and join me on this journey.

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Related Post: Northern Kenya by @bikozulu

  1. April 23, 2012 at 12:59 PM

    Looking forward to following your experience and reading about these places, some of which I’ve never heard of. Like Loiyangalani.

    • eGichomo
      April 23, 2012 at 9:46 PM

      Hey Shiko,
      Thanks for stopping by. We’re now at Maralal. Hope You’re enjoying the updates so far 🙂
      More to come. Today’s brief was amazing and the updates will be more breathtaking. Enjoy!

  2. joy
    April 27, 2012 at 6:40 PM

    i would love to follow this journey with you and have the experience in the comfort of my home,i think this is the Kenyan part that we know so little about and we kinda forget its in Kenya.am realy looking forward to read more.

    • eGichomo
      May 7, 2012 at 12:54 PM

      Hey Joy, thanks for visiting and the encouraging words 🙂 It’s a really beautiful part of Kenya. Hope you are enjoying the posts, pics and videos. Visit Northern Kenya when you get a chance..

  3. Bobbi
    May 23, 2013 at 10:10 AM

    I lived on Mt. Kulal overlooking lake Turkana for 12 years. Some of the best years of my life. One of the most beautiful places in the world. Say hello for me.

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