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Machakos Tourism

Machokos has alot to offer in terms of tourism and that why its flocked with visitors all year round. We have compiled a list of the Machakos major attractions but not limited to. Kindly enjoy! Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park Ol Donyo, means ‘mountain of the buffalo’. The ecosystem constitutes a mountain which is entirely covered […]

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Golden sand of Mambrui

The old town of Mambrui, located 12 kms north of Malindi, was a successful trading post during the 14th and 15th century. Most of the remains unearthed reveal that people from all corners of the world came and went, and left a piece of their history. In the past Mambrui was an important Muslim religious […]

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Tourism Fair at Sarit Center Expo

The Sarit Centre’s popular Getaway Tourism Fair will be held on the 29th March – 2nd April. This fair gives Sarit Centre shoppers the perfect opportunity to interact and book holiday packages with Kenya’s leading Hotels, Resorts, Lodges, Tented Camps, Airlines, & Tour and Travel Operators for the Easter season and beyond in a comfortable […]

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Treasures of Kilifi

Kilifi is a resort town on the coast of Kenya. Kilifi county is one of the blessed counties with beautiful sand beaches, diverse people and good climate and therefore plays a big role in Kenya’s tourism sector. Kilifi is mainly known for its white sandy beach. Its coastline is also very clean due to the few visitors […]

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Richness of Lamu

Lying just off Kenya’s far north coast is a string of beautiful Indian Ocean islands – Lamu, Manda, Pate, Kiwayu and Manda Toto – known collectively as the Lamu Archipelago. An area of archaeological and historical interest as well as great natural beauty, these islands are well worth visiting for a more tranquil and away-from-the-crowds Kenya […]

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Exclusive stay in Malindi

Malindi is a town on Malindi Bay at the mouth of the Galana River, lying on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya. It is 120 kilometers northeast of Mombasa.  Malindi has 155 kilometers of coastline with idyllic silver beaches fringed with swaying palm trees, Casuarinas and frangipani. Malindi has remained unchanged over the years keeping […]

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Hidden Paradise of Malindi

Malindi is a town on Malindi Bay at the mouth of the Galana River, lying on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya. It is 120 kilometres northeast of Mombasa. Malindi is one of the beautiful coastal towns in Kenya, steeped in rich heritage with several cultural and historic places to discover or re-discover. The small town of Malindi is at the […]

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48 Hours in Nairobi..things to do

Nairobi is Indeed the Safari capital of the world —- A world in tune with nature Nairobi is the only capital city in the world with a national park within its boundaries. This, along with its other tourist attractions makes it a prime tourist destination. Nairobi has a diverse and multicultural composition; there are a […]

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48 Hours in Mombasa..things to do

Mombasa is Indeed the Swahili Cultural capital of the world —- A world in tune with different historical perspectives that left a mark in this beautiful city. Since the ancient times, Mombasa was an important trade sea route and port. Different nationalities visited Mombasa leaving a cultural mark — Chinese, Persians, Indians, Arabs, Portuguese, the […]

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Wild Valentine

It is the month of red roses and blue violets. The month where we love all things love. It is the season most people go out their way to please/do something different for the one they love. It’s a time filed with flowers, chocolate and assorted gifts.   Chocolate melts and flowers die, so why not spend […]

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