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Monthly Archives / April 2014

Kampala, Uganda

Near the banks of Lake Victoria, Kampala, the capital of Uganda, is a lively city with a long history. Before the British, the city was the capital of the Buganda Kingdom, and remains so to this day. The city sits on several hills, each housing an important government or religious building. Kasubi Hill is the […]

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Le Savannah Country Lodge and Hotel

Le Savannah country lodge is located in Kisumu, 2 km from CBD and 5 km from Kisumu International Airport. From the lodge guests can view Lake Victoria. The lodge has 52 en-suite rooms differentiated as deluxe, superior and executive. The rooms have DSTV, telephones, Wi-Fi, hair dryer, tea and coffee making facilities and mini-bars. Facilities; […]

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Boma Inn, Nairobi

It is a 3 star hotel situated at the Kenya Red Cross complex, with proximity to the city and Jomo Kenyatta International and Wilson airports. The Boma Inn Nairobi is the ideal destination for business travellers and domestic tourists who want to enjoy a weekend away from the city. This is a 58 standard rooms […]

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Location and Topography of Kenya

Kenya lies astride the equator on the eastern coast of Africa. It is a medium-sized country by continental standards; covering an area of about 586,600km sq. Inland water bodies cover some 10,700km sq, the bulk of this in Lakes Victoria and Turkana. Kenya is bordered by Somalia and the Indian Ocean to the east, Ethiopia […]

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Loisaba Wilderness Lodge

Loisaba Wilderness is exceptionally beautiful, set in a private game ranch in northern Kenya on the edge of the Laikipia Plateau, which borders Kenya’s Northern Frontier District. It offers comfortable accommodation to the traveler beyond measure. Whether sleeping under the undisturbed African night sky on our unique Star Beds, rafting down the majestic Ewaso Ngiro […]

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Kisinde Lodge and Spa

Kisinde Lodge and Spa is situated on the shores of Lake Victoria. It is conveniently located close to attractions like the Impala Sanctuary, Lake Victoria and Kisumu Museum among others. It is made up of traditional thatched cottages with bathrooms containing piped hot and cold water, showers and veranda. The rooms do not have TV. […]

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IL Ngwesi Lodge

It  is situated on a rocky outcrop in the North Eastern of IL Ngwesi Group Ranch. The ranch is owned by many Maasai villages and it has a total of 6 bandas with bathrooms. Showers are positioned outside the rooms and the water is heated using solar energy. The rooms have a touch of locality […]

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Nairobi

Kenya’s capital city has risen in a single century from a brackish uninhabited swampland to a thriving modern capital. When railway construction workers reached this area in 1899, they set up a basic camp and supply depot, simply called ‘Mile 327’.  The local Maasai called this highland swamp Ewaso Nai’beri – the place of cold […]

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Meru National Park

Meru is a savanna National Park, 35 km east of Maua town in the north eastern lowlands below the Nyambeni hills. Meru is part of a complex of protected areas along the Tana river that includes the adjacent Bisanadi and Mwingi National Reserves, Kora National Park and Rahole National Reserve. The wetter North Western sector is […]

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Ashnil Samburu

Ashnil Samburu Camp which offers a place to pass time and relax is situated in Buffalo Springs Game Reserve which takes its name from an oasis of crystal clear water at the western end of the reserve. The Camp is separated from Samburu National Reserve by Ewaso Nyiro River and is less hilly and dense […]

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