The Glorious Coast

The Glorious Coast

Silver white sandy beaches – fringed with palms, casaurinas, bright bougainvillea, mangrove swamps and magical creeks, all washed by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. The air is scented with the sweetness of frangipani and refreshed by gentle monsoon breezes. Welcome to the exotic paradise of Kenya’s 480 kilometre-long coast. Gazing calmly out across magical […]

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 Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park

Situated between Lakes Naivasha and Baringo, beneath the high cliffs of the Eastern Rift, lies Lake Nakuru. This is a shallow soda lake surrounded by yellow-barked acacia woodland and grasslands, rocky cliffs and hillsides covered with the unusual giant Euphorbia trees. Lake Nakuru is world famous as the home of myriad flocks of greater and […]

Wildebeest Migration

Wildebeest Migration

The wildebeest migration takes place within Kenya and Tanzania and is one of the greatest wildlife shows on earth. Between the open plains of the Serengeti and the Masai Mara, thousands of wildebeest and zebras migrate to greener pastures as the seasons change. The precise timing of the Wildebeest Migration changes annually and it is […]

Maasai Mara National Reserve

Maasai Mara National Reserve

MAASAI MARA NATIONAL RESERVE is situated to the west of Nairobi, on Tanzania’s northern border. This 1, 812 km² (700 sq. miles) Reserve is the northern extension of the larger Serengeti National Park – a massive 56, 000 km² (5, 600 sq. miles). The Masai Mara offers wonderful scenery and an abundance of big game. It […]

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park

AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK lies below the most famous symbol of Africa – Mount Kilimanjaro 5, 895m (19, 340 ft) the highest mountain in Africa and the tallest free Standing Mountain in the world. The surrounding area is flat, covered by savannah and acacia scrub and the animals stand in silhouette against this towering majestic giant, its […]

THE ABERDARES

THE ABERDARES

THE ABERDARES are a beautiful mountain range in the central highlands of Kenya, for the most part, over 3000m (10, 000ft) in altitude. Within the heart of these mountains is the Aberdares National Park, a magical place of dense forest, and misty moorlands, where icy rivers plunge in glorious cascades and waterfalls. This area is rich […]

RwandAir Confident in Gradual Demand for Air Travel

RwandAir Confident in Gradual Demand for Air Travel

RwandAir based in Africa expressed its confidence over restoration of its routes as countries across the world are opening up their air spaces and borders for tourism. Set to resume its air operations at the end of next week, RwandAir officials said were confident that demand for air travel will gradually pick up as countries prepare to […]

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 […]