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Kenya Wins big at World Travel Awards 2017

Courtesy of the DAILY NATION Kenya is once again on the global arena after the popular Maasai Mara National Reserve was voted Africa’s leading national park at the World Travel Awards 2017. The Mara overcame fierce competition from Kruger National Park in South Africa, Serengeti National Park in Tanzania, Central Kalahari Game Reserve in Botswana, […]

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World Tourism Day

World Tourism Day Many people around celebrate the United Nations’ (UN) World Tourism Day, which is on September 27 each year. The day aims to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic values. Travel has been said to broaden the mind, exploring the world […]

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World Rhino Day and Conservation

World Rhino Day is celebrated on September 22 every year! This special day provides the opportunity for cause-related organizations, NGOs, zoos, and members of the public to celebrate rhinos in their own unique ways. World Rhino Day activities vary from one participant to the next. Donors and partners are able to contribute to the organizations […]

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Birding in Kenya

Kenya is best known as a safari destination for viewing big mammals, However, birding is also spectacular activity to explore. Kenya has a unique and diverse array of habitat types, ranging from the snow-capped mountains at about 5000 meters above sea level, tropical lowlands, highland forests, vast savannas, and rolling plains and grasslands to the […]

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20 Summer Ideas

Summer is the seasons for travelling, family time and also experiencing something new. .  We have put together the ultimate guide of the best family activities out this summer in Kenya, where there is no shortage of the African experience.  There are plenty of fascinating places to explore in Kenya; the country is steeped in history, lauded […]

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LakeSide City-Kisumu

Top things to do in Kisumu, Kisumu Impala Sanctuary Sitting on nearly 38 hectares some 2 miles from the city center, the Kisumu Impala Sanctuary provides a home for threatened impalas within Kisumu County. It’s also home to other wildlife such as hippos, zebras, lions, cheetahs and buffaloes. Activities offered include picnicking, bird watching and camping. The […]

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Rusinga Island

Southwards of Kisumu lays the dreamland of the ancient historic magical Island of Rusinga. It is a place with amazing skies and birds which offers you more of the aquatic culture of Lake Victoria. Rusinga was a Bantu word derived from ‘Lusinga’ meaning Island. It is an elongation approximately 16 km from end to end […]

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Summer Escape!

It is the hottest season of the year in the northern hemisphere from June to August famously known as summer. Homes are hot, the outdoors is hot, and the car is even hotter than both of those… Everything is hot and sometimes it can become unbearable. The season is best attributed to good times, because […]

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Best “Hang out” in Nairobi

NIGTH CLUBS AND RESTAURANTS IN NAIROBI KENYA BREW BISTRO NIGHT CLUB AND RESTAURANT Brew Bistro is located on Piedmont Plaza along Ngong Road and it is one of the coolest nightlife spots in Nairobi. Brew Bistro is famed for its master brewers and premium brews as well as the exquisite restaurant that serves delicious local […]

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Best of Mambrui, Malindi.

Just north of Malindi in the most fascinating areas of the Swahili coast lies the village of Mambrui,  near the mouth of the river  Athi-Galana-Sabaki . The extra ordinary Mambrui beach is known as “Golden Beach”. This is because of the strong presence of pyrite, giving it a golden effecty. The scene is more breath taking at dawn […]

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