Category Archives: Kenya

Kenya Marketing Boost

Kenya Marketing Boost

The Kenyan government will allocate KSh2 billion (just under $20 million) for tourism marketing in the next financial year. According to National Treasury Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich, of the KSh2 billion, KSh1 billion will be earmarked for tourism recovery while another KSh1 billion will be used for sustaining new source markets. The Cabinet Secretary said…

Exceptional Wildlife in Kenya

Exceptional Wildlife in Kenya

13 Nights, 6 People, 5 Beautiful Locations, 5 flights, 1 Amazing Guide & a 4×4…. oh and tonnes of incredible life-changing activities… At this rate you cannot afford to miss this fantastic opportunity to witness large numbers of wildlife in Kenya while staying in little, intimate places. The itinerary: 1 x night The Residences in…

Wazee 4 Wildlife

Wazee 4 Wildlife

One of Kenya’s biggest draw cards is the annual migration of thousands of wildebeest, zebra and antelope between the Masaai Mara and the Serengeti. It is known as one of the Seven wonders of the World. This year marks the 17th annual migration of a very different kind; an unusual event that takes place on…

10 Million People Can’t Be Wrong

10 Million People Can’t Be Wrong

It’s true; in 2016 over 10,000,000.00 people flew into Cape Town to find out what all the fuss is about. Should you do likewise, you will discover that there is plenty. Apart from the natural beauty of Table Mountain, the surrounding mountains and the sea, there is a relaxed air to Cape Town life that…

Epic African Air Safari

Epic African Air Safari

This is an adventure you certainly won’t want to miss; an epic air safari over the most beautiful areas of Africa: the wilderness of Namibia, the amazing Okavango delta, rocky outcrops of Zimbabwe, lake Kariba and the lower Zambezi, the wild Mozambique, the beautiful Indian Ocean Coast, the open space of Tanzania, the Ngorongoro Crater,…

Indian Ocean Paradise

Indian Ocean Paradise

Written By Delta Willis. On the east coast of Kenya there is a home near Malindi that sparkles with fossils of ancient life. The walls are blocks of coral. In Africa where humankind began, these tiny sea creatures long dead are given a second life with every rising sun that emerges from the Indian Ocean.…

Kenya vs Tanzania: the low-down.

Kenya vs Tanzania: the low-down.

Jim Heck has worked and lived in Africa since the early 1970s, has owned and headed several companies promoting and selling African travel and has written three guide books. He has personally guided more than 100 safaris for more than 3,000 customers throughout Africa. For the last 15 years, Jim has specialized in East Africa…