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Monthly Archives / February 2015


  Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is a large primeval forest located in south-western Uganda, in the Kanungu District on the edge of the Albertine Rift. The forest is one of the most biologically diverse areas on Earth, where half the world’s population of the highly endangered Mountain Gorillas live in its jungles. For all those who love adventure, take a walk in the […]


1. Rusinga Island Lodge

Celebrate this Easter at the shores of Lake Victoria, at the Rusinga Island Lodge. This facility gives you serenity like no other with the cool atmosphere and the breath taking view of the lake at the comfort of your dinner table. With their high-thatched roofs, spacious verandas overlooking lush gardens and the sparkling waters of […]


Poaching, a slayer of lives

In a few years to come, Kenya will face extinction on the Northern White Rhino as there are only 5 of the species on the planet and only three are found in Kenya. Science is however hopeful that they will save the species.  This is a sad move that we have come to. Our animals […]


Celebrate Valentines in Style!

A romantic getaway for your loved one is waiting for you at Segera Retreat. Lying at the heart of Laikipia Plateau, it is a private sanctuary which offers unique experience to guests. It is a good place to experience the land and its beauty, the people and the luxury it offers. The retreat has 6 […]


Alba Hotel

Alba Hotel is a luxurious boutique hotel located in the suburbs of Milimani in Meru town, 215 kilometres from the capital Nairobi, where there is security and easy access to the town’s facilities. The hotel is suitable for those on business or leisure travelers Accommodation The hotel has 51 en-suite rooms.  Junior suites and family […]


Nguuni Nature Sanctuary

If you are a bird lover, Nguuni is a must stop for you in Bamburi. Situated along the Nguu Tatu Hills (3 hills), It is a beautiful place that they introduced a variety of animals into the rehabilitated land and now has been a vital art of building a self-sustaining eco-system.  You get the chance to […]