Samburu & Buffalo Springs National Reserves

Samburu & Buffalo Springs National Reserves

Rugged and remote, these wildlife reserves lie within the fascinating semi-desert area of Kenya’s Northern Frontier District. The Samburu National Reserve – a lava plain with steep-sided gullies and rounded hills – is physically dramatic with the great Ololokwe table mountain in the background. The central feature of the reserve is the winding and looping Ewaso Nyiro […]

Kigio Wildlife Conservancy

Kigio Wildlife Conservancy

Kigio Wildlife Conservancy is a noteworthy 3, 500-acre conservancy between Nakuru and Naivasha in Kenya. The beautiful Conservancy with its wide ranging habitats, from riverine and euphorbia woodlands to short grass and Leleshwa shrub, holds approx. 3, 500 heads of wildlife (including the endangered White Rhino and Rothschild Giraffe, a 200 strong herd of buffalo, […]

Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha

Just northwest of Nairobi and southeast of Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha is the highest lake in the Great Rift Valley and offers a fantastic place to observe some of the 400 different birds in the region. You can enjoy a visit to the lake from Loldia House, which which sits at the lake edge and […]

The Giraffe Center

The Giraffe Center

Another must-visit attraction to see, the center cares for different Rothschild giraffes as part of a breeding program to help restock national parks and aid the conservation of giraffe populations. Happily, the sanctuary has had high success and is now a major tourist attraction in Nairobi. Thanks to the founders who established the breeding sanctuary […]

Visit Kenya

Visit Kenya

Kenya has always epitomized everything that is Africa. It hosted the first real wildlife holidays and its diversity of landscape, people and wildlife has drawn more people to safari in Kenya than any other country in Africa. Kenya has always epitomized everything that is Africa. It hosted the first real wildlife holidays and its diversity […]

Zanzibar and Pemba

Zanzibar and Pemba

Just off the Indian Ocean is the island of Zanzibar – a great addition to your Tanzania tour. It was first settled by the Portuguese and then the Omani Arabs. Today, many of the winding streets and high townhouses of old port city of Stone Town remain unchanged from their influences. Visitors can walk around the […]

Tanzania Tours and Safaris

Tanzania Tours and Safaris

Tanzania is the largest country in East Africa and is known for its vast wilderness areas. The north east is mountainous and densely forested and the central region consists of a large plateau of plains and arable land. The country’s coastline extends 800 kilometres/500 miles along the Indian Ocean. A major city in Tanzania with […]

Gorilla Habituation Experience

Gorilla Habituation Experience

Gorilla Habituation experience can simply be known as the act of training wild gorillas to become used to the sight of people. It involves different groups of people like the trackers, conservationists, researchers and rangers among others who take a period of about 2 to 3 years completing this habituation experience. It’s a learning experience […]

President John Magufuli – Tanzania Safe for Tourists

President John Magufuli – Tanzania Safe for Tourists

AS Tanzania continues to enjoy a growing number of international tourist arrivals, President John Magufuli has assured visitors that the country is safe from the Covid-19 pandemic. The novel Coronavirus is still wreaking havoc across the globe but things look quite different in Tanzania, where everything, including social and economic activities has long returned to […]