Safari Blog

Packing for an African Safari trip is somehow different from other trips. Generally its climate is warm but it gets cold in the mornings and evenings. You also have to consider pack lightly especially if you’ll be moving between camps and parks. The luggage limit is around 10-15 kilos and you don’t want to be carrying heavy bags around making…
You see what I did there? That’s because maize is the staple food in Kenya. It can be eaten soft normally grinded to make maize flour which makes “Ugali” or hard as “Githeri” or “Mahindi Choma”. Kenya has a diverse array of local foods that you sure can’t miss when visiting. Here are four foods that we picked: Ugali This…
Most of our clients before leaving Kenya engage into a globally unique city excursion: A safari through the Nairobi National Park. Since the beginning of 2015 the park is subject to increasing encroachments by mega-infrastructure projects. In support of conservation initiatives that are trying to stop further construction in the Nairobi National Park this season’s ‘Views on East Africa’ is…
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