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‘Go Wild’- Kenyan Safari

Kenya is widely recognized as one of the most unique and inspiring safari experiences in Africa. Whether it’s exploring iconic national parks by minibus or heading off the beaten track in a 4×4, we’re sure Kenyan safari will leave you wowed. Your Kenya Safari takes place in the land of variety – travel to two […]

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Wild, Luxury stay at Tsavo

Finch Hatton’s Camp  (Tsavo West- Tented camps) Finch Hattons Camp is one of the bush luxury camp located at the heart of Tsavo National Park. It is an eclectic blend of eco-friendly accommodation and world-class facilities set around natural fresh water springs within 34 acres of pure untouched wilderness and surrounded by views of Mt Kilimanjaro and […]

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The Chyulu Hills

The Chyulu Hills is a mountain range in eastern Kenya. It forms a 100 kilometre long volcanic field in elongated North west-South east direction. Its highest peak is 2188 metres high. The hills consists of several hundred small flows and cones. These volcanoes are still considered active, since their last two eruptions (Shaitani and Chainu) occurred […]

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Tsavo East Park

Tsavo East Park is a total of 11,747 sq km. It is one of Kenya’s oldest and largest National Parks: covering approx. 40 per cent of the total area of all Kenya’s National Parks. Its beautiful landscape and proximity to the coast make it a popular safari destination. It is accredited as one of the […]

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Tsavo West

Tsavo West is a beautiful, rugged wilderness. The savannah ecosystem comprises of open grasslands, scrublands, and Acacia woodlands, belts of riverine vegetation and rocky ridges including the Poacher’s Lookout where visitors can see the teeming herds in the plains below. Tsavo West offers some of the most magnificent game viewing in the world and attractions […]

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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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