Monthly Archives: June 2011

Get Great Ideas For Your Souvenir Shopping In Kenya

Getting a place to buy genuine handicrafts at pocket-friendly prices in Kenya is becoming more and more challenging as everyone rushes-in to capitalize on the booming tourism industry. This leaves the buyer at a disadvantage because it is normally not … Continue reading

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Tips On How To Pack Your Travel Bags For a Worthy Cause?

Travelling to Kenya offers an experience that cannot be easily forgotten – at least not in a jiffy. The unadulterated sceneries, the great gaming safaris and of course the hospitable people who go out of their way to make you … Continue reading

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Carl Tundo Wins 59th KCB Safari Rally

The KCB Safari Rally is rated ‘The World’s Toughest Rally’. But no race has echoed this statement more strongly than the 2011 series that resulted in star-studded drivers bowing out of the race long before the end of the race … Continue reading

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Rhino Charge: Roughing It Up For The Sake of Conservation

The rugged Tugen hills, an important tourist attraction in Baringo, played host to one of the toughest motor challenge event in the world – the Rhino Charge 2011. A fund-raising event held every year to raise funds for the protection … Continue reading

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Naivasha: A Journey Through History and Amazing Beauty

Naivasha (which is actually a colonial misinterpretation of the Maasai name Nai’posha, meaning ”Rough Water” in reference to the afternoon storms that frequented the lake) is a small town with a population of about 400,000 people located about 70 km. … Continue reading

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Baboon Adopts Bush Baby At The Nairobi Animal Orphanage

Yet another marvel of Mother Nature is on the offing at the Nairobi Animal Orphanage where recently a unique fellowship between a yellow baboon and a bush baby was forged. For those of us who may recall the story of … Continue reading

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Six Tips To Reduce Your Travel Carbon Footprint

There is now widespread evidence that the globe is warming as observed by the increases in global average air and ocean temperatures, widespread melting of snow and ice, and rising global average sea level. This trend may worsen as the … Continue reading

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