African Safari in Kenya- Most Sought in Africa

Kenya African safari adventure Only in Kenya safari of africa will you find such diverse tourism attractions. Kenya is in east africa and is endowed with large herds of wildlife, wild safari places, scenic landscapes, mountains,rivers, lakes and the great rift valley. Few places in the world have such a wide diversity of attraction than […]

On Safari in Southern Tanzania – Discover the Mnazi Bay Marine Park

In Tanzania travel, the country’s South coast has become a popular vacation destination especially among those visitors out to avoid the large crowds of tourists in the northern game reserves and national parks. Some of the ideal places to visit in South Tanzania include the quiet Mnazi Bay Marine park, and Mtwara, a small Swahili town surrounded by beautiful beaches that rival many beach travel destinations in the North.

The Best Camera Lens to Take On your Safari

So you’ve booked your once in a lifetime safari trip to Africa and now your thoughts turn towards photographing all the wildlife you are going to encounter on your adventure. It would be a great shame to come across your first African pride of lions and not have some decent pictures of the memorable event […]

14 Days Classic Kenya and Tanzania Flying Safari

DAY 1 – ARRIVE NAIROBI Upon your arrival at the Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta international airport, met and transferred to Nairobi Serena Hotel. Dinner not included in the safari programme at the Hotel. Overnight at the Nairobi Serena Hotel. DAY 2 – NAIROBI TO AMBOSELI Early morning wake up call, followed by room service tea/coffee?s at […]

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 […]

Should I carry a tripod during an african safari?

GonzoRider asked: I am planning to go on a safari in Kenia and Tansania. I would like to know if carring a big tripod, is worth the hasle. or if I am better off traveling light. Any other tips on what I should put in my luggage is welcome