Monthly Archives: August 2011
Mount Kenya is the second highest mountain in Africa. Long overshadowed by Kilimanjaro, trekkers are starting to take notice of this beautiful glacial peak. An ancient dormant volcano, its flanks have been shaped and moulded to dramatic affect by glaciations.
Nairobi is known as the safari capital of Africa. This former Maasai watering hole is an energetic, modern city that offers a fascinating introduction to both wildlife and nightlife. Music clubs pulse with life, shops and markets bustle, and international … Continue reading
Tucked away on a finger of Leleshwa scrub that marks the convergence of the Talek and Mara rivers is a luxury tented camp that must occupy one of the last pieces of prime real estate in the Maasai Mara. Refurbished … Continue reading
Remember those road trips with your family? Your Dad at the wheel – and the only goal was to “make good time” from point A to point B. There could have been quaint towns, historic sites, or scenic views along … Continue reading
Seat in coach safaris are the answer for all the independent travellers seeking to explore Africa with the security of having pre-booked accommodation, pre-planned excursions and all logistics organized by the experts.
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