Minimize Travel Advisories for Kenya- WTO

Kenya is one of the top tourist destinations in Africa, very famous for wildebeest Migration an event that takes place in Masai Mara. Kenya’s reputation has been attributed to ability in athletics and unrivaled tourist attractions and particularly the latter made Kenya a preferred holiday destination for tourists. This image drastically dropped following the frequent terror attacks recently that have scared away tourists on top of the negative travel advisories by western countries has pulled back the Kenya’s tourism industry, witnessed in the reduced tourist arrivals in the country. A top world tourism official Sectary General Dr Taleb Rifai called on the international community to give Kenya the support it Continue Reading →

13 Days Wilderness to Beach Safari

Day 1:Arrive and overnight Arusha: 45 mnts drive Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro airport met by our representative and transfer to Arusha for your accommodation on bed and breakfast at Mountain Village Serena or similar Day 2:Arusha/ Tarangire: 2 hrs drive Met at your hotel after breakfast for safari briefing then drive to Tarangire with packed lunch for morning and afternoon tour, dinner and overnight at Maramboi tented lodge or similar Day 3:Tarangire / Lake Manyara: 1 hrs 30 mnts drive Go for early morning tour before breakfast looking for predators hunting, return for late breakfast and drive to lake Manyara for hot lunch, after lunch go for afternoon tour, return Continue Reading →

6 Things to Consider when Planning a Safari in East Africa

When planning a safari in East Africa, there are 6 Untold things that you should consider for 2014. These are additional things to add on what you know when planning a trip to East Africa; Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda. 1. What shoes to carry? Carry safari boots with hard sole, you will know the use when you get involved in a jungle/forest walk and when tracking chimps and Gorillas. Especially during Gorilla tracking which involves making paths in a thick tropical forest, and the sloppy terrains, your shoes determine you stability. 2. Wardrobe do’s and don’ts Ensure to pack a jersey and jeans to keep you warm when needed, and Continue Reading →