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3 Jan

Another Year To Be On The Road

January is here, yet another month to make plans for your year’s travel schedule. And for those of us with a few coins still in the account, to go on a very cheap mini-vacation. Oh, Happy New Year guys. Hope your holidays were merry and you crossed over in one piece. Where did you travel...
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28 Nov

Sustainable Tourism On The Rise In Africa

In a world where it’s never been simpler to travel, a growing trend is an increased desire to look after our planet and a mindset shift towards ‘green’ or ‘sustainable’ travel. More and more travellers (especially those opting to visit Africa) feel a responsibility to ensure that their ‘tourist dollar’ contributes to environmental conservation and the community development. Africa...
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13 Nov

Kids Go For Free To Ol Pejeta

For the whole month of November and up until December 22nd, children of age 16 and under get free entry into Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Terms: Maximum of 4 children for every 2 adults. Vehicle fees apply *Applicable to Kenyan citizens and East Africa residents* For more contact; http://www.olpejetaconservancy.org 0707 187141/0705 911021 They also have a...
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30 Oct

Digital Detox Travel in Africa

In our fast-paced modern world with the constant barrage of inboxes and digital devices, time spent away on a digital detox in nature is often much needed to recharge the batteries and get back to your natural rhythms. From smartphones, ipads to laptops we carry our devices with us all day and they are often...
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27 Sep

3 Authentic Cultural Interactions

With hundreds of different ethnicities, Africa is blessed not only with mesmerizing landscapes and wildlife but with an extraordinarily rich tapestry of cultural heritage. For most travellers, the wildlife takes centre stage with many overlooking this continent’s intriguing history and fascinating heritage. Great empires have left their mark with crumbling ruins and many of Africa’s...
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25 Aug

Sports Tourism in Kenya

Sports Tourism involves traveling from one country or town to another with the main purpose of watching a sporting event. While this has not been a popular form of tourism in Kenya, it is the fastest growing sector in the world generating more than $600billion annually according to World Travel Market and World Tourism Organization....
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24 Aug

Cape Town’s Water Crisis

Cape Town is currently on Level 4 water restrictions Severe drought and insufficient winter rains mean that radical action is required The situation has reached a critical stage. We all need to ensure we play our part in conserving what remains of this precious resource. • Water is limited to 87 litres (23 gallons) per...
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