Bull Fighting

Bull Fighting

Bullfighting is a traditional cultural practice in some parts of Kenya, particularly among the Luhya people in the western part of the country. However, it is important to note that the practice in Kenya differs from the more commonly known Spanish bullfighting. In Kenya, bullfighting involves two bulls being pitted against each other in a […]

Matatu Culture

Matatu of Kenya

Matatus are mini-buses or vans that serve as a common form of public transportation in Kenya. Matatu culture refers to the unique style, art, and music associated with these vehicles and the people who operate and ride them. Matatus are often highly decorated, with bright colors, graffiti, and decals, as well as music systems that […]

Maasai Tribe

The Maasai are a semi-nomadic ethnic group that inhabits parts of Kenya and Tanzania. They are known for their distinctive customs, dress, and way of life, which have remained largely unchanged for centuries. The Maasai are traditionally pastoralists, raising cattle, sheep, and goats, and living in semi-permanent settlements called manyattas. Their livelihoods are intimately tied […]