Back in the day when the Maasai were practicing a nomadic lifestyle at large, they would stop over at Nairobi to make sure their animals have had enough water to drink before they went on looking for green pastures elsewhere. They referred to Nairobi as ‘Enkare Nairobi’ which means a place of cool waters. Read more
A normal day in the Maasai community entails the man looking after the herd and the woman taking care of their home, the Manyatta. Last week, tragedy fell inside one of the Manyatta in Eselenkei, Kajiado County as a Moran planted his spear outside the Manyatta. This is very normal among the Maasai community as it customary tradition. Leaving the spear outside the house symbolizes that there’s a Moran in the Manyatta. Read more
The Maasai people are known for their nomadic lifestyle, their bright, beaded necklaces, and keeping of cows, goats, sheep and camels, whereas they are well known as not good readers. However….
Narok is one of the several satelite town close to the largest indiqenous Forest In East Africa, the Mau Forest-specifically,it is close to the Mau Forest one of the largest and most degraded sections of the larger Mau Forest.