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International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity. International Women’s Day (IWD) has been observed since in the early 1900′s – a time of great expansion and turbulence in the industrialized world [...]

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Tsavo Tourism

Situated to the southeast of Amboseli, Tsavo is Kenya’s largest national park and one of the largest in the world. The Park was opened in April of 1948 and it covers an approximate area of 22,000 km2. It  is divided in to two due to the railway that runs through it from Mombasa to the [...]

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Wildlife in Laikipia

Laikipia lies on the thresholds of Kenya’s wild Northern rangelands. It stretches from the slopes of Mt Kenya to the rim of the Great Rift Valley and it’s one of the most rich destination in Africa due to its combination of abundant wildlife, spectacular scenery and extraordinary cultural. It is larger than all of Kenya’s [...]

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Unique Lodging in Laikipia

Laikipia is a vast expanse of wild and rugged country in the central highlands of Kenya – running from the foot of Mt Kenya in the East to the rim of the Rift Valley in the west. Laikipia itself lies outside the jurisdiction of National Parks, and is somewhere to get out of a vehicle [...]

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Wildlife Conservancy in Laikipia

The dramatic Laikipia region, wild and sparsely populated, has become a center for global conservation leadership. Much of Laikipia is comprised of privately owned ranches that have been combined by local communities to create vast. The conservancies are home to the second highest wildlife density in Kenya, and while many other areas are experiencing dwindling [...]

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Laikipia Tourism

Laikipia County is touted as one of the Africa’s most exhilarating wilderness safari and wildlife tourism destination due to its combination of abundant wildlife, stunning scenery and extraordinary cultural diversity in a setting dominated by iconic backdrop of Mount Kenya. This county is home to unforgettable tourist attractions. Laikipia is a land of high plains [...]

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The Samburu People

The Samburu people live north of the equator and live in very diverse and beautiful landscapes that span high altitude forests, open plains, semi-arid grass and bush land to complete desert. The Samburu developed from one of the later Nilotic migrations from the Sudan, as part of their plains Nilotic movement, moving southwards along the [...]

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Samburu Accommodations

The Samburu is a very beautiful, sparsely populated part of Rift Valley Kenya with abundant wildlife. Its home to the Samburu tribe of Kenya, a tribe known for their remote culture, pastoral and nomadic way of life. Much of the land is now protected and community development initiatives have extended to eco-friendly African lodges jointly run by the [...]

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Saruni Samburu -Wild ‘n’ Serene

In the Samburu (and Maasai) language, ‘Saruni’ means ‘sanctuary’. Samburu has a very evocative and iconic landscape that reminds each visitor of “the Africa of my dreams”: dry and stunningly beautiful, wild and at the same time serene. Saruni Samburu six luxury, eco-chic villas are open and spacious, heralding spectacular views over Kalama Conservancy and Mount Kenya. As [...]

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Samburu-a place of serenity

Samburu County  is located on the floor of the great Rift Valley and borders Baringo County to the west, Laikipia County to the south, lsiolo County to the East and Turkana County to the northwest and Marsabit County to the north, Mararal being the main town. The county is semi arid in nature. Samburu offers [...]

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