wajir
Reaching into Kenya’s far north eastern corner is the town of Wajir, an administrative centre in the middle of Kenya’s vast northern desert. The majority of people around Wajir live a nomadic life in an arid environment which, only just, supports camel, cattle, sheep, goats and donkeys.

The Wajir Museum houses an exhibition that reflects the traditions and the customs of communities past and present living in the region. It also hosts several other interesting sites and monuments including the Wagalla Massacre Site, Yahut Dam, Shaletey Wells, monumental buildings, wartime British and Italian bunkers and Orpahey wells.