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Covid-19 Travel Advisory

Traveling to Kenya? We understand you would like to know what it’s like during the pandemic. We have put together some information to guide you and give you an understanding of some procedures and safety protocols in place: Is it safe to travel to Kenya for a Safari at the moment during COVID-19 pandemic? Yes,...
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Maasai

Cultural Safari Kenya – Maasai Village Visit

Maasai are a renowned semi nomadic and pastoral tribe found in southern Kenya and northern Tanzania. They are among the few tribes in that have retained their traditions, lifestyle and lore despite the modern civilization sweeping across the globe. Visiting Masai villages will give you an in depth look into traditional African ways of life...
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Gorilla trekking experience in Uganda

A Gorilla trek is a highlight of a successful Uganda Safari. Gorilla trekking involves hiking the Ugandan tropical forests to see the Mountain Gorillas in their natural habitat. The best place to have an adventurous trekking is in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Bwindi Impenetrable National Park was gazetted as a National Park in 1991 and...
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Ol Pejeta Conservancy – Home to the last two remaining Northern White Rhinos

Ol pejeta is a 140 Square mile non-profit wildlife conservancy located in Laikipia, Central Kenya between the Aberdare ranges and Mt Kenya. It was established to conserve wildlife, provide a sanctuary for great Apes and to generate income through wildlife tourism and complimentary enterprises for re-investment in conservation and community development. It is at the...
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Lake Nakuru National Park

Why you should visit Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National park Located in the floor of Rift Valley and 97miles (156km) north west of Nairobi, Lake Nakuru National Park is a scenic park with wonderful landscape which is home to a variety of wildlife species. It was first declared a conservation area in 1957, gazetted as a bird sanctuary in 1960 and...
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Lamu – the history rich island

Lamu County is found on the Northern Coast of Kenya, bordering Tana River county in the South West, Garissa county to the North Republic of Somalia to the North East and the Indian Ocean to the South. It is divided to two, Lamu East and West, made up of over 65 islands that form the...
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Need film fixing and location management services in Kenya?

Anthony Muli is a Kenyan based film fixer, film producer and location manager. Some of the activities involved in the film fixing and film production process include providing technical & logistical solutions, budgeting, permits acquisitions and facilitating of accommodation. His film fixing and production skills coupled with his tour guiding skills makes him your best...
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Here’s what you should know when visiting Tsavo

Tsavo National Park Tsavo National Park is Kenya’s largest National Park divided into East and West. The park is located around 250 km from Nairobi and 200 km from Mombasa. It is mainly characterized by its large herds of elephants and fascinating landscapes. It also has the amazing Mzima springs, where crystalline water flows through...
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Samburu- the Northen Kenya gem

The word Samburu is derived from the Maa (a tribe in Kenya) word saamburr which stands for a leather bag that the people usually carry around on their shoulders. Samburu is a County located about 350 kilometers from Nairobi in the former Rift Valley Province. It has an altitude range of between 2500ft and 4000ft....
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Visiting Amboseli? Here is what you should know

The name ‘Amboseli’ means salty dust, a word from the Maasai language. Amboseli National park also known as ‘home of African elephants’ is located in Loitoktok District, at the heart of Rift Valley,Kenya. It is located 240 km South East of Nairobi. Wildlife Amboseli is home to Africa’s giants, the elephants. A visit to the...
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