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A Kenyan Wildlife Safari and Game Viewing

Imagine the endless landscapes that Kenya exhibit, the snowy-capped mountains, the pristine sandy beaches at the Kenyan coast, the crystal clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean coupled with the geographical and cultural diversity. Imagine spending a honeymoon in the wildlife in Mara, where you might appear to share a home with the lions, the elevated giraffe, the stripped zebra and giant elephants. This is not a dream, or is it? Yes, it is a dream that will surely come to pass on your trip to Kenya, the motherland of wildlife in the world.

Planning a Trip To Kenya – Requirements and Advise

Many tourists who have managed to visit Kenya before are usually eager to make a return trip while it is a dream trip of a lifetime to those who have never set foot on the Africa’s King of nature and wildlife. As you strive to make that dream trip to Kenya a reality, there are some basic necessities and considerations that you have to look into.

Embracing Ecotourism In Kenya

Ecotourism is a responsible travel or trip to natural locations with environmental and nature conservations, with respect to local cultures and improvement of the well-being of the local community. Different countries define ecotourism differently and many people misconstrue the really meaning of ecotourism, relating it to either “green destinations” of the world or even worse, “economic tourism.”

Lake Turkana and the Turkana Oil on a Kenya Safari

Turkana has been in the news for almost the wrong reasons, drought, famine, food shortage and human suffering. Ironically, Lake Turkana is the world’s largest alkaline lake and one of the best tourism destinations in Kenya.

Most Beautiful Beaches in Andaman

Andaman and Nicobar Islands are also famous as a honeymoon destination due to its pristine natural beauty and the glory of its scenic beaches. While those who enjoy adventure sports and water sporting activities also visit the myriad beaches of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

What Will You See on Marine Conservation Projects in Musandam

There has been a significant growth in the interest for Voluntourism over the last couple of years. People are looking for alternative ways of spending their holidays and want to stay active. Holidays are becoming more about the experience and realising dreams that people might have had for years, but due to work and other commitments they have not been able to realise. It is the break from everyday life and the routine.

How to Avoid Unpleasant Surprises on Vacation

Vacations are nice, especially when you get to travel to foreign places. There are a lot of websites out there available for various information concerning booking, routes, accommodation and flights. There’s also a wide range of suggested itineraries for each and every destination that draws a lot of tourists each year.

The Mount Kenya National Park

Standing at an altitude of 1100 feet and covering a surface area of 715 square kilometers, the Mount Kenya national park is one of the best national parks in Kenya. Locals believe that the mountain is home to their Supreme Being, their creator and provider. Furthermore, it was in this national park that Queen Elizabeth of England first learned of her ascension to the throne while on a vacation in Kenya.

Major Wildlife Attractions In Kenya

There is s number of things that a trip to Kenya guarantees but most importantly is the spectacularly diverse landscapes and flourishing wildlife. In no other country in the world can you find the abundance of big game like is the case in Kenya’s savannahs.

Elephants Everywhere on a Botswana Safari

When you embark on a Botswana safari, one of the animals that you are 100 % guaranteed to see is the African elephant. There are over 100,000 elephants in northern Botswana, and during the months of August to December, they gather in herds near to water holes as the dry season is underway.

Backpacking Vs Organized Tours – A Decision Every Traveller Faces

In planning my RTW adventure, I have been giving considerable thought to the options of backpack solo, or booking into an organised tour. In my past travels, I have done a combination of both organised tours and backpacking solo and both have their good and bad points.

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