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A close up of an elephant’s tail

Types of elephants There are three distinct varieties of elephant – the African Savannah elephant, the African Forest elephant and the Asian elephant. We can recognize them by their large...

Golf : Tee off in East Africa

Golf in East Africa makes for an excellent break from Safari. Golf has a long history in East Africa dating back to the last century. There are over 50 golf...

Tea-Centric Tours, from leaf to cup

Ever wondered the labour that goes into making your smooth cup of tea from leaf to cup? Ask for our Tea-centric tour. Go beyond the trails to discover more. Above...

What is an authentic wildlife safari?

When one thinks ‘authentic wildlife safari’, the images that come up are those of a herd of Elephants walking in the background of the majestic Mt Kilimanjaro or the Lion...

Why Visit: Lewa Conservancy, Kenya.

Lewa Conservancy is one of the best wildlife conservancy initiatives in Kenya. It was recognized as an extension of Mount Kenya World Heritage Center in June 2013. Lewa Conservancy boasts...

The Savannah’s dung recycling squad

In ancient Egypt, the African dung beetle was known as a scarab. It was believed to be a god that rolled the sun across the sky and buried it each...

Cities of East Africa: Nairobi, Kenya

Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. The largest and most populous city in East Africa, with a current estimated population of about 4.5 million, Nairobi started life as a...

Promoting awareness of tourism and conservation in rural schools

The tourist heritage is one of the most important assets that our generation will pass on to young Kenyans. Understanding this valuable possession is imperative if we expect our next...

What is the Other Great?

The Other Great! Sadly, very few people think or know of it. Most people know of the Great Wildebeest Migration. The migration takes place between the Serengeti and Masai Mara...