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Category Archives: Travel & Adventure

The best twenty hotels in Migori County.

Migori County is well endowed in terms of hotels with several great hotels offering excellent services. Below are the best twenty as sampled by our team. They have been ranked…

Thim Lich Ohinga, the African’s Fort Jesus

By Nick Oluoch Travelstart Blogger Experience Competition “While the Portuguese had their fort Jesus, the Luo’s had their ‘Thim Lich Ohinga’” Silas Nyagweth, the curator at site tells me moments…

A whimsical journey to my sweet home….Deep inside Migori County

By Okoth Oluoch “Finding the home is so straightforward that it is almost impossible to miss it, even if you wanted to.” Those were my father’s words after he had…

Travel & Adventure: The seven lost dances of Kuria community

By Wicks Nyakwana Everyone who has ever attended a Kuria traditional dance will note something unique. Almost all start with the highest key possible and maintain the same tempo to…

Basics of car care, maintenance tips

By Sheck Ayal A car is an important personal investment, but owning one, whether new or used car, takes a lot of hard work. Used cars majorly need extra attention…

Travel & Adventure: Tourism boost with tarmacking of Kehancha-Migori-Muhuru Bay road

By Miller Omega The boost in infrastructure development by the county government especially the laying down of C13 tarmac is set to positively impact on tourism. The boost will change…

Travel & Leisure: Migori top tourists potential sites

By Nick Oluoch Residents and visitors to Migori County can access a wide range of tourist attractions as well as recreation centres where they cans spend their free time as…

Travel: Thim Lich Ohinga, Migori’s Fort Jesus

By MN Reporter “While the Portuguese had their fort Jesus, the Luo’s had their ‘Thim Lich Ohinga’” Silas Nyagweth, the curator at site tells me moments after I had made…