For Karen Blixen fans, a visit to her former home can feel like a pilgrimage.
Women's empowerment in traditional Maasai society is gaining momentum.
A giraffe sighting on the main road from Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport? That is unexpected.
The Maasai's deep connection to Kenya's wild savannah brings a unique quality to a four-day safari.
The elephant outside my tent is actually far less intimidating than the cranky, middle-aged guy I live next door to back in Sydney.
Visit novelist Karen Blixen's home-turned-museum, eat among the who's who or see wildlife within city limits.
Our drive through Ol Pejeta is safari perfection, and we have it almost entirely to ourselves.
Nowhere else would you observe the sun as a gigantic ball of burnt orange as it dips into the horizon, turning the sky a brilliant purple pink, illuminating the silhouettes of exotic wildlife as they pass through the desert landscape. There's the famous wildebeest migration, pink flamingos in blue lakes, colourful tribespeople, snow-capped mountains and white-sand beaches.