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May 16th 2016  |   Kenya  |  by   Jo Ainscough
Zebra migration, Offbeat riding

Safari without a vehicle might sound like a mad idea but there are plenty of ways to experience the delights of Kenya without a 4x4.   It’s invigorating to experience the bush on foot, or from the back of horse, and just as exhilarating to take the bird's eye view from ... Read more

May 16th 2016  |   Community Safaris, Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by   Francis Naumann

It is hard not to fall in love with Kenya: most visitors, after their first holiday, want to return to further explore secret places in Kenya. These off the beaten path regions each have their own merits with unsurpassed wildlife, easy access, and diversity of holiday accommodation. They are great for ... Read more

May 13th 2016  |   Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by   Richard Smith

Safari holidays were invented in Kenya, albeit that the first safaris wouldn’t have been purely photographic. The word safari means journey in Swahili and would have been used in that region for multi-day expeditions into the uncharted African bush. Safari Holidays In Kenya Kenya offers those on a safari holiday ... Read more

May 10th 2016  |   Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by   Richard Smith

If you're heading to Kenya for a safari holiday, you're probably expecting to pass through Nairobi as quickly as you can. But the timings of the direct international flights from London mean a night in the city is now necessary for most visitors. So why not make the most of your Nairobi ... Read more

May 9th 2016  |   Family Safaris, Kenya  |  by   Charlotte Opperman

Taking your children on a family safari is a magical experience. But it’s quite different to two weeks in the Mediterranean. Where to stay, what to see, and the range of safari activities to choose from can seem bewildering at the start. While every safari country offers something different and special, ... Read more

May 4th 2016  |   Kenya, Wildlife Safaris  |  by   Alice Gully

Kenya has always been one of the top safari destinations in Africa. It has it all: wonderful people and culture, stunning scenery, good accessibility, and incredible wildlife. In many of the national parks and reserves you have a great chance of seeing the ‘Big 5’ in one game drive. With diminishing ... Read more

May 4th 2016  |   Travel, South Africa  |  by   Jo Netscher

One of the areas that particularly inspired Victoria and Jo Netscher during their three week tour of South Africa was the beautiful KwaZulu Natal. True Africa fanatics sometimes label South Africa as being a little on the tame side. But to both myself and Victoria, who have now travelled in East ... Read more