Susan Onyango

Local Expert

Susan Onyango is a young African woman hailing from Kenya. A travel enthusiast and a responsible tourism ambassador passionate about tourism in East Africa, Susan has an academic background in Mass Communication with a major in Public Relations. For over a year now, she has been working in the tourism industry in Kenya. Her most recent professional engagements have been with Ecotourism Kenya, Tierranjani Africa and Kenya Utalii College

Stories from Susan Onyango

Trekking with Gorillas, Breathtaking Scenery, and Local Culture in Musanze, Rwanda

A focus on responsible tourism helps visitors to support the host community and bolster wildlife conservation.

Tranquil Escapes, Wildlife Wonders, and Nature’s Grandeur in Rusinga Island, Kenya

This tropical paradise at the mouth of Winam Gulf is rich in animal life, with stunning beaches, fascinating fossils, and cascading waterfalls.

Dazzling Sunsets, Vibrant Luo Festivals, and Placid Nature Retreats in Kisumu, Kenya

The impressive sight of mighty Lake Victoria is only one highlight of this port city with its colour, character, and wildlife galore.

Winding Alleys, Ornately Carved Doors, and Super Street Food in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania

Lose yourself in the wonderful maze of narrow, winding streets that is Stone Town: the jewel of Zanzibar.

Beach Bliss, Swahili Culture, and Elephant Encounters in Utange, Mombasa, Kenya

From peaceful palm-fringed shores to proud Swahili cultural history, Utange in the northeast corner of Mombasa County has many unforgettable moments.

Rare Rhinos, Vast Savannah, and a Mighty Waterfall in Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda

In one of Uganda’s first national parks, the mighty Nile meets the sprawling savannah and wildlife encounters are second to none.