Posts belonging to Category 'Kenya Safari'

Vehicle Transport in Kenya

Vehicle transport in Kenya is the main mode of transport. It usually involves using a vehicle on the major tarmac highways or the village graveled roads. A visitor can choose between using public transport vehicles, tour company vans or higher a car of choice and self drive. There exist a number of car hire companies […]

Game Reserves in Kenya: Mount Kenya National Park

Mount Kenya National Park is located in the Kenyan Highlands on the slopes of the mountain after which it is named. 150 kilometres North East of Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, and just South of the Equator, stands the once active volcano of Mt. Kenya. The Kenyan Highlands are covered in bamboo forests at the lower elevations, […]

14-days Kenya Family Safari

Areas of Interest: Amboseli National Park, Mount Kilimanjaro, Aberdare Ranges, Samburu National Reserve, Mount Kenya, Nyahururu Falls / Thomson Falls, Lake Baringo, Lake Bogoria, Lake Nakuru, Nakuru National Park, The Great Rift Valley, Mau Escarpment, Masai Mara National Reserve Activities : Cultural interaction for the family with Maasai and Samburu people ,Cultural lectures for the […]

Kenya Travel Tips

On Arrival Jomo Kenyatta International airport-The airport is about half –an –hour drive from Nairobi city center. taxis are readily available , but establish the fare before getting in. Moi international airport -The airport is about 10 minutes from the city center allow an extra half –an-hour for your journey to the south coast because […]

Africa Safari – Tanzania Part 1

The sultry heat of Africa hit us as we stepped off the Kenya Airways flight at Dar es Salaam and it was only 8:30am, some 23 hours after leaving home in Spain, so it was with some relief that we entered the delightfully cool foyer of the Royal Palm Mövenpick Hotel an hour later. Our […]

Kenya The Land Where Safari Was Born

As a child, Africa fascinated me – a land where the wild and exotic animals of storybooks and zoos roamed free on the plains. And where Kenya was always the quintessential home of the safari. Many visits later I’m no less enthralled by this region of dramatic contrasts, and remarkable wildlife amid stunningly beautiful and […]