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Monthly Archives / July 2016

Naivasha-the next door destination

NAIVASHA Naivasha is undoubtedly one of the most sought-after holiday destinations. It is culturally rich, endowed with nature, historically decadent. Naivasha has many faces and it’s a source of inspiration, attracting people from across the country and globally. The vast holiday destinations have raised Naivasha’s profile, making it an increasingly favourite spot for holiday seekers. It […]


Accommodation in The Rift Valley

Accommodation in The Rift Valley The Rift Valley is known for a number of reasons and there are very many attraction that wow not only foreigners but locals as well.  The Rift Valley has various tourist spots that are famous around the country. These tourist hubs harbour the major attractions in Rift Valley and therefore […]


Great Rift Attractions

THE GREAT RIFT VALLEY ATTRACTIONS The Great Rift Valley is a remarkable geological feature and a very popular tourism region in Kenya. Nowhere says Kenya like the Rift Valley, with its savanna, geology, fauna and history as the cradle of human life. In Kenya, the Rift’s steep sides and wide plains are at their most […]


The Great Rift Valley in Kenya

The Great Rift Valley The Great Rift Valley is a name given to the continuous geographic trench, approximately 6,000 kilometres in length and runs from the Dead Sea in Syria to Mozambique. The valley varies in width from 30-100 km and in depth from a few hundred to several thousand metres and much of it is to be found in Kenya, where […]


Cultural Tourism in Kenya

CULTURAL TOURISM in Kenya A trip to Kenya is about more than just wildlife or scenery- the real face of our country is found among the combined faces of Kenya’s many cultures. It is the people who bring the destination to life, each of our landscapes has a different cultural significance to a different community, […]


The Maasai, The authentic people of Kenya

Maasai: the authentic people of Kenya – a tourist favorite   “It takes one day to destroy a house; to build  a new house will take months and perhaps years. If we abandon our way of life to construct a new one, it will take thousands of years”, Maasai belief. The Maasai tribe is the most authentic […]


Budget Accommodation at the Mara

Masai Mara Budget Lodges, Hotels & Camps The Mara is situated in South-Western Kenya, and is the Northern continuation of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. Masai Mara lies about 270 Kilometers from Nairobi, and takes about 4 to 5 hours by Road and 45 Minutes by Air)  Here is a list of camps offering cheap/ […]


Luxury Stay at the Masai Mara

If you are planning a safari holiday to Kenya, the Masai Mara is one destination where a visit is a must. The “Mara” is the most popular of the many national parks and game reserves and is renowned for its abundant wildlife, the annual migration and its diversity providing a balanced environment. What better way […]


The Masai Mara.

The Masai Mara National Reserve is Kenya’s premier wildlife park, It is a land of breathtaking vistas, abundant wildlife, and endless plains. It was established in 1961 to protect wildlife from hunters and it derives its name from the Maasai people who inhabit the area (Maasai word that describes the land, Mara, meaning spotted, due to the […]


Travel Heals-body, mind and Soul

TRAVEL CAN HEAL. According to Vicky Iskandar-a Yoga, travel, & dance enthusiast. Travel is a powerful way to heal the soul, cleanse the mind, and open the heart. Whether you spend your time in the middle of nowhere, on a secluded island, at a group retreat, or alone in a bustling city, being in a different environment […]