Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Leopard Rock Lodge Meru

Leopard Rock Lodge is a luxurious lodge located in Meru National Park at the banks of Murera River. Meru National Park is one of the most beautiful and untouched parks in Kenya. At Leopard Rock Lodge, guests enjoy a high class experience in a fascinating and charming environment. Rooms overlook the bush and the river providing a unique serene inspiring atmosphere. The Lodge was first set by Joy Adamson of the famous 'Born Free'. Meru National park is the only remaining Park in Kenya devoted to real African Wilderness theme. The surrounding sense of wilderness is felt from all corners of Meru National Park.

Tuesday, 15 December 2015

Sangare Lakeside Tented Camp

Sangare Under Canvas is nestled between the foothills of Mount Kenya and the Aberdare Mountain Range, on a 6500 acre private ranch at 6000 feet above sea level. The canvas has an exquisite setting which overlooks a freshwater lake at the backdrop of Sangare hill.  Sangare provides an important wildlife corridor between Mount Kenya and the Aberdare National Parks, allowing animals greater accessibility to these two protected areas. Sangare boast a wide range of wildlife including the endangered Mountain Bongo and the elusive leopard.

Thursday, 10 December 2015

Malabo Resort Loiyangalani

Malabo resort is a haven for explorers of Lake Turkana and Chalbi desert. Beautifully sandwiched between doum palms; this is an oasis of refreshment in dry and windy country side. There are 10 bungalow-style rooms with private bathrooms, each with stunning views during sunset. All the cabins are furnished with large bed, bush showers and mosquito nets. Power is available via a solar and generator that is available on-site.  The hidden treasure on the shore of Lake Turkana in the middle of nowhere sit a home.

Desert Rose Resort Kenya

Desert Rose Resort is located in the extremely remote and fantastic wild of Northern Kenya on the slopes of Mt. Nyiru which towers majestically on the southern Lake Turkana. Desert Rose is a unique eco friendly  lodge which consist of five unique houses accommodating up to 12 people, 2 cottages with double beds, 2 twin and a family house. The houses are entirely secluded which guarantees comfort and intimacy. All are hand-made and individually designed around various natural features. Each suite has its own private flush toilets and open air ensuite bathroom with a bath.

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Impala Wildlife Sanctuary Kisumu

Impala Wildlife is a unique sanctuary set on the shore of Lake Victoria, the largest freshwater lake in Africa, the Sanctuary is a peaceful, relaxing place to enjoy the natural beauty that abounds here. The sanctuary hosts impalas, the rare Sitatunga antelope as well as big cats, buffalos, giraffes, cheetahs and several primate species. The sanctuary is also home to five campsites all with spectacular views of Lake Victoria. Bird watching, nature walks and glass bottomed boat rides compliment the activities availed at the sanctuary.

Chui Lodge Naivasha

Chui lodge is set on 18,000 acre of Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary on dry escarpments of Rift Valley. There are 8 en suite well-spaced luxurious cottages each with its own veranda and views of the Rift Valley escarpment and the sanctuary. All the 8 bedrooms have magnificent four poster king size olive wood beds, roaring log fires, artistically decorated artwork and hand crafted furniture.  Three of these their rooms are deluxe and have more privacy, large cozy sitting rooms and a mini bar Game drives are amazing with encounters with buffaloes, Greater Kudu, Warthog, Flamingo, Lion, Grevy Zebra, Common Zebra, Caracal and on a lucky game drive elusive leopard.

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

ol Donyo Lodge

ol Donyo Lodge is set at the centre of Mbirikani Group Ranch on the slopes of Chyulu National Park South West of Kenya between Amboseli National Park and Tsavo West National Park, it’s a long the elephant migration corridor. With unrivalled stunning view of the free standing giant mount Kilimanjaro. 

The landscape is magnificent. With Africa's highest mountain a constant backdrop, the views from ol Donyo are grand and breathtaking. Yet the lodge's seclusion amid the foothills of the Chyulu Hills presents guests with a truly intimate experience, a rare opportunity to be immersed in the essence of the Kenyan wilderness. On game drives, bush walks, and horseback safaris, you’ll have the land and its creatures to yourself. And when you're not out exploring—whether you're stretched on on the veranda, watching elephant bulls drink at the nearby watering hole or gazing up at the night sky from your open-air “star bed”—the magic of East Africa is always in the air. 

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

Naiberi River Campsite and Resort

Naiberi River Campsite & Resort is a hidden Gem. This pristine forested environment is home to over 250 different bird species, from the iconic bee-eaters to the elusive Turacos. Serene camping grounds amongst the western highlands forested streams. Excellent camping grounds with plenty of flat ground and soft grass. The sound of the Naiberi River rushing by just meters away.Naiberi offers a unique escape from the hustle and bustle of life.

The highlight of the resort is the cave bar which has drawn everyone who has visited due to its uniqueness. Facilities include swimming pool, forest walks, conferencing facilities and large grounds for relaxation.

Naiberi is truly nature’s own creation, designed to take its guests as far back as the Stone Age with a little touch of modern day luxury. It is created on a hilly forested tribal land, which was once home to members of the ancient Sirikwa tribe. Preserved on the site are excavations with stone sides, commonly called Sirikwa holes, which are believed to have been roofed and occupied by the inhabitants of the bygone age.

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Marsabit National Park

Marsabit National Park is a green paradise in the middle of the desert in the northern Kenya Region. densely forested mountain and three crater lakes provide a haven for a variety of bird-life, mammals and reptiles. The beautiful Marsabit National Park is a refuge for huge tusked bull elephants. Hikes in the dense forest, wreathed in mist can be enjoyed along with camel rides, bird watching and visits to the singing wells. The forest is home to a wide variety of wildlife such as Elephants, Rhino, Lion, Buffalo, Leopard, Greater Kudu, Endangered Grevy zebra and Reticulated Giraffe.Lake Paradise at the bottom of the volcanic Crater of Gof Sokorte Guda is ringed with scenic forest and the birding is fantastic. It is also a refuge for the rare Lammergeyer Vulture and also diversity of butterfly species.

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Saiwa Swamp National Park

Saiwa Swamp National Park is the smallest park in Kenya with only 3 Km2.The park ecosystem comprises of swamp riverine forest, sedge and acacia woodland. It's a home of the rare and endangered semi aquatic Sitatunga Antelope and also De Brazzas Monkey. The park is most popular to ornithologist, the forest and has abundant birdlife like Narina Trogon the collared and orange-tufted sunbird, the yellow bishop, Hartlaub’s marsh widow bird and Ross’s turacos which are difficult to miss.

Thursday, 27 August 2015

Rimoi Game Reserve

Rimoi Game reserve is among the least visited parks in Kenya. It is at the base of Kerio valley, the spectacular scenic view of the Park down the valley is awesome. Rimoi is in the home of champions as most renowned Kenyan athletes have emerged from this high altitude North Rift region. 

The lack of roads within the Reserve make it an adventurous day and you may be rewarded by coming across not only large herd of elephants but also various predators such as Leopard as well as grazers, especially buffalo.

Wednesday, 26 August 2015

Shimba Hills National Reserve

Shimba Hills National Reserve is derived from the rare endangered Sable Antelope that are only found in this beautiful lush dense forested reserve. It is in the coastal t region of Kenya. The reserve has sharp slopes ending with a scenic fall. The unique forested reserve has a diverse wide varieties of birds, wondering giant elephants and other mammals which are rarely sighted due to the dense vegetation. Guided Nature walk by Kenya Wildlife Rangers is a perfect explore of the serene forest and this create opportunities for birding for bird lovers. This is a paradise forest. Game drives are more adventurous than on the savannahs as animals are harder to spot.

1 Day trip is one of the best trip in the reserve.

Thursday, 6 August 2015

Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Lewa wildlife is also lewa Downs on the backdrop of the snow capped Mt. Kenya. The rugged plains of the lewa wilderness offers breathtaking views of the giant Mt. Kenya.  The dramatic scenery of the semi arid vast plains are amazing.

The wildlife includes; the rare grevy zebra, lesser, Reticulated giraffe, Elephants, lions, Rhino, Gerenuk and rare greater kudu are also found here. There are array of bird species like the bastard, plovers just to mention a few within the sanctuary.
Its a perfect safari destination for safari goers, holidaymakers and honeymooners with exclusive camps, this is a prime destination. The Sanctuary has extensively protected the wildlife in lewa against the menace of poaching.

Thursday, 9 July 2015

Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy

The  Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, an area of 850,000 acres of pristine wilderness in the Mathews Range.  The savannah plains and lush mountain slopes are home to elephant, leopard, reticulated giraffe, wild dog and kudu in ever increasing numbers. This remote and dramatic landscape is also home to the local Samburu people whose age-old traditions, including the famed ‘singing wells’ are as much a part of the fabric of this land as the wildlife.
The green paradise forest of the northern Frontier displays a unique blend in the midst of the arid plateau. There are different varieties of butterflies recorded here not forgetting the birds. Its an amazing night sighting for Elephants, Cape buffalos, bushbucks and the elusive leopard which visit the river at the front of the Kitich Camp.
The conservancy is best for forest walks, honeymoon and cultural visits to Samburu villages. 

Friday, 3 July 2015

Loisaba Wilderness Conservancy

Loisaba Conservancy is outstandingly beautiful; its abundant wildlife is truly wild in Laikipia Plateau. The terrain varies enormously across the reserve.To the north lie the grassy plains of the plateau; to the south, the plateau breaks into valleys, cliffs and escarpments that frame stunning views up to the snows of Mount Kenya. At their base lies a different riverine ecosystem on the banks of two major rivers, the Ewaso N'giro and the Engare Narok.

The diverse habitats of the conservancy support a wide variety of wildlife. It is a haven for more than 260 species of birds and 50 species of wildlife like elephant, buffalo, grevy zebra and greater kudu abound; the area is also rapidly gaining a reputation for exceptional big cat sightings. Even wild dog, thought for many years to be extinct in the region are now appeared to be back in Laikipia area. 

Situated in the very heartland of the nomadic Samburu and Laikipia Maasai people, Loisaba also offers a rare insight into cultures, traditions and a way of life that has stood the test of time.

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Mugie Conservancy

Mugie has preserved and increased its population of critically endangered Grevys zebra and Jackson’s Hartebeests. Through their preservation of the delicate ecosystem, the sanctuary has boosted populations of lion, dik dik, Impala, waterbuck, oryx, elephant, giraffe, cape buffalo, eland, as well as over two hundred unique bird species.

The birdlife ranges from rarely seen bustards, flamboyant starlings, arid land birds such as sand grouse to tropical forest birds such as turacos and trogons.

There are more activities:
  • Golf
  • Bush walk
  • Night and day game drives

Mugie is one of the core study areas of the ‘Laikipia Predator Project’, a research study aimed at improving the conservation of large carnivores throughout Africa.
Across most of Africa, people have eradicated predators such as lions, wild dogs and hyenas, largely because theses animals are a threat to livestock. With human densities rising, even predators living inside national parks are threatened as reserve border areas are developed and settled.
Laikipia District is one of the few areas where people, livestock and predators coexist. The Laikipia Predator Project is aimed at understanding how such coexistence is possible. By studying the threat that predators pose to people’s livelihoods, and the threat that human activities pose to predators, the aim is to identify techniques & animal husbandry management practises that can be used to reduce the drastic rate of decline in the numbers of these now endangered animals.
On Mugie the project focuses mainly on lions, which come into the most serious conflict with livestock owners resulting in unlawful killing of them and other predators.

Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Laikipia County Tourism

Laikipia is a vast expanse of wild county in the central highlands of Kenya - it covers almost 2 million acres and runs from Mt Kenya in the East to the Rift Valley in the west. Laikipia lies outside the jurisdiction of National Parks, and is somewhere to get out of a vehicle and embrace the numerous safari activities that Kenya has to offer.
Laikipia is today an interesting amalgam of land that's almost all either privately or communally owned, whether by large-scale ranchers, small subsistence farmers, Maasai or Samburu communities. From the perspective of the visitor, Laikipia is about freedom and a chance to experience the lifestyle of those who live here.
Ranging from the foothills of Mt Kenya towards the north and west, the vegetation varies from indigenous forest to rock, arid scrub and steep river valleys. This area sees relatively little rainfall but can be deceptively cold at night during certain times of the year. The Laikipia Wildlife Forum has been very active in promoting collaboration amongst it's members and so this area has become an important conservation body, with ranches involving themselves in eco-tourism and conservation projects both within their own land and alongside the local communities.

Monday, 29 June 2015

Laikipia Wilderness Camp

Laikipia Wilderness Camp is a private camp on the Ol Doinyo Lemboro Ranch made up of 5 tents, one of which is perfectly equipped for families with young children. The main thatched mess building is composed of a dining room, bar and a library overlooking the river. The Camp has beautiful views of Mt Kenya and the wilderness and blends sympathetically into this stunning area of true wilderness. The wildlife in the surrounding area is supreme, being one of the best Wild Dog spotting sites Kenya has to offer, with the fastest growing population in Africa.The area is also fantastic for spotting elephants, Giraffes, Hippo, Grevy Zebra, Leopard, Lion, Stripped and spotted Hyena, aardwolf, aardvark and over 250 bird species

Laikipia is like nowhere else in Africa. Miles and miles of unfenced wilderness, beautiful scenery, wildlife that is on the increase. A perfect climate, wonderful people still very close to their traditions and proud, and the freedom to explore this haven any way you can imagine. An unendless open plain in Laikipia boasts a wonderfully variable landscape; rocky outcrops, little rivers, riverine forest, acacia woodland, open plains and escarpments.

Sunday, 28 June 2015

Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary

Taita Hills Sanctuary is a private wildlife conservancy of 28,000 acres at the foot of the Taita Hills bordering Tsavo West National Park, one of the world's largest game reserves.The Sanctuary is a success story in sustainable conservation where wildlife - including elephant, lion, buffalo and giraffe - thrive. Game drives are tightly controlled to ensure that animals are not harassed and some areas are completely closed to vehicles. This commitment to responsible ecotourism, which has been so well supported by visitors, ensures that the Sanctuary and all its wildlife will continue to prosper. the landscape is dramatic and all the plains wildlife is here in abundance. The landscape provides a dramatic beautiful scenery with abundance of plain wildlife in the sanctuary as the wildlife roams freely even from the neighbouring Tsavo park.

The sanctuary has two main Lodges, Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge and Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge.
Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge offers unparalleled safari experience. The entire lodge is raised on high stilts above the watering holes therefore its offers a spectacular view of the wildlife from above and with close proximity in their natural habitat. The magnificent Sarova Salt Lick Game lodge is located in the midst of Taita Hills Sanctuary. It is a perfect place in the midst of the wildlife where you explore natural wild environment even at the comfort of your balcony.

Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge.
This game lodge offers a truly exclusive bush experience. It is situated within the wildlife sanctuary at the foot Taita Hills and adjacent to Tsavo West National Park. The lodge similary provides a rare experience of close proximity to the wildlife and a viewing gallery from comfort of your room balcony.

Friday, 26 June 2015

Soysambu Conservancy

Soysambu conservancy is substantial part of Lake Elementaita which is a UNSECO World Heritage site and a Ramsar site. The conservancy nestle between Lake Elementaita and Lake Nakuru, the ancestral home of thousands of flamingos both the Greater and Lesser which feed on the lake’s crustacean and insect larvae and on its suspended blue-green algae and their attendant cast of pelicans who nest here, cormorants, waders and storks. Within the shelter of the crater, wander large herds of buffalo, within the acacia thickets graze the rare Rothschild’s giraffe, and across the plains bound an ever-shifting kaleidoscope of plain’s game. This conservancy promotes sustainable coexistence of wildlife with livestock.

The Conservancy also protects over 450 bird species and 15,000 wild animals.  The endangered Rothschild giraffes have found a safe haven for breeding here, while a diverse variety of terrain shelters many species - from herds of giant elands to tiny dik-diks and cliff-dwelling klipspringers. Night game-drives offer a unique opportunity to spot nocturnal creatures including the curious-looking aardvark and elusive leopard.  Walking is also allowed, with chances to experience the miracles of the bush close-up.
With the wide varieties of birds, this has turned to be a birding site as well.

Privacy for Honeymooners is guaranteed as there are no people close to the conservancy.

Thursday, 18 June 2015

Mumbo Island Malawi

Mumbo Island is a pristine and deserted tropical floating on the expansive waters of the Lake Malawi National Park. With a maze of massive underwater boulders, innumerable species of colourful cichlid fish and calm, clear waters. The National Park offers what many consider the best freshwater snorkeling and scuba diving in the world.
 The Island is only 1 Km in diameter and has never been populated thus it remains natural, unspoilt and perfect for a holiday vacation.

Mumbo camp has 14 furnished tents thatched and canvas, perched on high rocks overlooking the water, blending with the lush foliage to create a rustic charm.

The Island camp is set within an exclusive area guaranteeing privacy in the tropical Island paradise

Lake Turkana Hidden Gem

The lunar landscape around Lake Turkana, a northern Rift Valley lake in Kenya, is a true spectacle. Lake Turkana is the largest permanent desert lake in the world and it is jam packed with large Nile crocodiles. The desert landscape is a paleontologists dream come true, as early hominid remains continue to be unearthed by the Leakey family around Koobi Fora. The Lake itself is a shimmering entity that changes color with the wind. The area is home to various unique tribes and one of the main attractions for visitors. Turkana is off the beaten track.

Sibiloi National Park
The track passes Loiyangalani and leads to the headquarters of Kenya's most remote national park, Sibiloi, at Alia Bay. Though extremely windblown and arid, the Park has a surprising variety of wildlife including Grevy's zebra, ostrich, gerenuk, oryx and a unique sub-race of topi called the Tiang.

The park boundaries extend a kilometer into the lake so encompassing many of Turkana's huge population of Nile crocodile. Turkana's crocodile population, which numbers around 12,000 is the largest single surviving community. Within the park is a petrified forest, surviving to tell the tale that 7 million years ago this area was lush and densely forested. A little further north is Koobi Fora, a sand spit and the headquarters, since 1969, of a small fossil hunting group started by Dr. Richard Leakey. There is a small museum here dedicated to the finds of this team and especially to Bernard Ngeneo whose discovery of a fragment of a fossilised skull led to '1470' (its laboratory catalogue number) being labeled as belonging to the genus Homo a member of our direct ancestors who lived and died close to the lake shore about two million years ago. Koobi Fora is, of course, more easily reached by light aircraft, which can land at a nearby strip.

The Lake has three Island, the central being the breeding zone for the Nile Crocodile. Big game fishing is a spectacular sport on the lake and nile perch have been landed exceeding 100 kilos. Sport fishing for the ferocious tiger fish is also available and a quieter time can be had fishing for tilapia, the best fish for eating in Kenya. Turkana is renowned for its impressive variety of birdlife. Ferguson's Gulf is a wonderful place, in March and April, to view the northward flight of European passage migrants. Resident water birds are plentiful and many nest on Central Island. Flamingo can be seen in many parts of the lake.

Monday, 15 June 2015


Imagine an unspoiled island within a pristine Marine National Park. Miles of deserted beaches with soft white sand. Sparkling turquoise seas, crisscrossed by local dhow boats plying their trade. Swaying palms, gentle breezes, sunny days and star studded nights. Azura Benguerra's villas blend modern chic with all that is traditional in Mozambique. The creature comforts you would expect from a luxury boutique retreat are there, set off by beautifully carved furnishings and traditional artwork beneath a local thatched jekka roof. All the villas at Azura are just footsteps away from the beach, yet designed with seclusion in mind. 
Azura is the area’s first luxury eco-boutique retreat. Built entirely by hand in partnership with the local community, it has just 18 villas, each with their own private pool stretching out to the Indian Ocean beyond, and designed for the ultimate undiscovered getaway. 
With wonderful cuisine, friendly Mozambican service and a vast range of activities and experiences, including a unique African spa, it’s the perfect island escape

The Presidential Villa
 is perfect for a family holiday with the villa sleeping 4 adults and 2 children, or for the couple who is looking for the ultimate spoil by staying in the most luxurious villa in the Bazaruto Archipelago. 
Villa Amizade has a wonderful location on the western end of the property with magnificent sea and sunset views. This 2 bedroom en-suite villa is perfect for families, friends or those requiring a little more relaxation space.
A kaleidoscope of colour greets you above and below the ocean. Magnificent reefs for diving and snorkelling, home to the turtles that nest on the island’s outer shores. Migrating whales, dolphins, and the elusive and protected dugong ply these waters, along with marlin, sailfish and tuna to tempt the sportsfishermen.
On land, towering sand dunes give way to indigenous bush abundant with local flora and fauna, an interesting variety of birdlife, as well as the odd crocodile or two at the lakes. The island’s local people make for fascinating cultural encounters, and the starry night sky is quite magnificent to behold.

Honeymoon Heaven

Imagine yourself in a beautiful beachfront villa, with sunset cocktail of the day in hand, before enjoying a candle-lit dinner with your feet in the sand. Hold hands, watch for shooting stars, and make a wish.

Morocco Holiday

Morocco is among the most diverse countries in Africa, with high mountains, sweeping desert, rugged coastline, and the winding alleyways of ancient medina cities and souqs. From Saharan dunes to the peaks of the High Atlas. Lyrical landscapes carpet this sublime slice of North Africa like the richly coloured and patterned rugs you’ll lust after in local cooperatives.
The varied terrain may inform your dreams, but it shapes the very lives of Morocco’s Berbers, Arabs and Saharawi’s. Despite encroaching modernity, with motorways joining mosques and kasbahs as man-made features of the landscape.
Often exotic, sometimes overwhelming and always unexpected, these ancient centres are bursting with Maghrebi mystique and madness: the perfect complement to the serene countryside

Friday, 12 June 2015

Borana Conservancy Laikipia

 Borana provides an idyllic setting for any African experience with the snow-tipped peaks and glaciers of Mount Kenya to the south and a panorama of mountains and desert to the north. Borana Conservancy is a private ranch dedicated in protecting the endangered species, like the Rhinos, elephant and Grevy Zebra just to mention but a few. 
Borana offers some of the most thrilling, authentic and unique ways to encounter Kenya’s wildlife and wilderness .  The conservancy has retained this land as pristine wilderness that guests are able to enjoy first hand, be it walking through the bush, riding on ranch horses or mountain bikes, driving in the open-top safari vehicles, or lounging at the infinity pool and enjoying the view. Borana guarantees exclusivity, making every aspect of the safari experience personal, peaceful and uninterrupted - giving guests the rare opportunity to be totally immersed in nature.

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille Conservancy

The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille in the hills of the Laikipia Plateau in Kenya is a breathtaking place and a great base from which to explore this fascinating area. It is also vital keystone in the protection of the Laikipia and greater Ewaso Nyiro ecosystems. Covering an area of 30,000 square kilometres, Laikipia is the second largest wildlife ecosystem in Kenya after Tsavo. Laikipia is the richest ecosystem in Kenya in terms of endangered species, and is the richest ecosystem in Kenya in terms of wildlife diversity. Laikipia is second only to the Maasai Mara in terms of wildlife density, and is the only district in Kenya where overall wildlife numbers are increases. The variable sceneries of open plains, rocky outcrop, acacia woodlands and riverine forests offers an amazing scenery for visitors.

This is a perfect place for couples, honeymooners and Families with activities to engage in like:
  • Game drives – day and night
  • Walking – day and night
  • Horse riding (at extra charge)
  • Camel riding
  • Mountain biking
Enjoy massage, therapies and beauty treatments, in the tranquillity of the African landscape of Ol Lentille Conservancy. Treatments include Swedish massage, hot stone massage, aromatherapy, Indian head massage, facials, manicures and pedicures. 

Monday, 8 June 2015

Amazing Kenya Retreat

Amazing Kenya retreat is 45 Minutes away from Nairobi city on a free flow traffic.  Its a wonderful real African bush experience boosted by the wildlife. There is a wide variety of activities to engage in like:

Game Walks

Game walks and Nature walks can be enjoyed throughout the 6000 acres of Savannah grassland. Come close to the plain game as giraffes, wildebeests, zebras, Elands, Grant’s gazelles, Thompson’s gazelles, monkey's and Kirks dikdik. It will give you the real bush experience and offer opportunity's to take beautiful pictures of animals and indigenous plants.

Horse Riding

The horses are fully trained in all disciplines mostly thoroughbreds of varying ages and temperaments. Riders that are not up to the horses’ standard will be led.

Take time to enjoy the birdlife of the Savannah around the dams. There are a wide varieties of birds in Maanzoni Plains.

Bush Breakfast
After a early morning walk around the Plains a breakfast will be set at an open ground where you will be spotting the game as you enjoy your breakfast. Later you'll be dropped at Amazing Kenya Retreat.

Thursday, 4 June 2015

Lake Bogoria Getaway

Lake Bogoria is one of many saline, alkaline lakes in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley, just north of the equator. It’s 34km2 in size.
Famous for its geysers and hot springs, the lake is home to one of the world’s largest populations of lesser flamingos. Lake Bogoria has been a National Reserve since 1973 and was designated a Ramsar site in 2001.

The soda waters of the lake attract massive flocks of Flamingo, and the lake is often carpeted with pink. The lake is still volcanically active, and the Western shore is lined with spouting geysers, spurting steam and bubbling geothermal pools. Fresh water springs at the lake edge attract an abundance of birds and wildlife.
Lake Bogoria is possibly the most interesting of the Kenyan Rift Valley lakes.

There are many Fish Eagles, which often prey on the local flamingos. The shores are always lined with Gazelle, Zebra, Baboons and this is one of the best places to see Greater Kudu.

Olkaria Natural Spa Naivasha

Naivasha has an ending activities that keeps travelers alive and to full blast. Olkaria spa, a natural recreational facility powered directly by energy that emanates from the underground. The spa, approximated to be about 3,600 square metres and 5 feet deep and is set to have a children’s pool on the side . The natural spa has four interconnected hot water lagoons. The pool is constructed with terraces all around it that minimize the chances of drowning. The terraces also act as staircases defining levels one can go into the water. At some levels, water reaches as far as your knee but as you go deeper to the lower inner terraces, the mineral-rich water can go as far as your neck. The spa has therapeutic characteristics on the central nervous system and muscle relaxation especially for those suffering from arthritis. It’s a fun family spot for a weekend getaway.
 The spa is within Hell’s gate National Park where you can also engage in biking, rocking, walking, game drives and also visit the devils bedroom at Hells gate gorge.  Lake Naivasha is within a close proximity therefore you can enjoy boat ride and a visit to Crescent Island too. Mountain climbing can be done as well at Mount Longonot if organized.

Endless fun in Naivasha throughout the year.

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

Lake Baringo Getaway

The Lake Baringo is at the threshold of Northern Kenya and is an oasis in the arid plains. This is an amazing getaway with friends especially at the Island Camp .It is located at the narrowest part of the Great Rift Valley and is surrounded by the Tugen Hills volcanic range (El Gaylo) on the west and the Laikipia Escarpment. The lake was around 50 square miles in area until the early 2000’s until the dramatic increase in water since 2011; so much so, it is now estimated to be over 100 sq. miles. The lake is now well stocked with fish (with restocking by Omega Farms Ltd.), and attracts many Cormorants and Fish Eagles as well as other water birds. The Lake is also well populated with Crocodiles and Hippos.DCIM100GOPRO
There are more activities to engage like:
Enjoy an easy walk around the resort grounds with an experienced bird watcher. About one and a half hours.
Take a morning boat ride around Ol Kokwe and Rock of Gibraltar with an experienced bird and animal guide who can call and feed the fish eagles.  Morning light is best for bird photography.
Longer boat excursions around the lake including “Giraffe Island” can also be arranged.  The Island is on the Ruko Conservancy.  Several years ago 8 giraffe were brought by ferry to the island which was then a peninsula with the plan that when the lake dried up more they would locate to the mainland.  With the unexpected rise in water levels they are now isolated on the island with other wildlife including ostriches, impala, rock hyraxes and large monitor lizards.
We can arrange a morning nature walk around Giraffe Island with a conservancy ranger followed by a Champagne Breakfast.
 we can organize this with a picnic breakfast or lunch for your own excursion (usually around 4 hours).
We can provide a boat and water skis for your water sport fun or, for the more conservative, we have a “donut” for you to ride behind the boat.
We can arrange sundowners on the lake by boat, on Rock of Gibraltar, or at the Look Out Point down from the swimming pool.  Or sit and watch the sunset at the pool or either bar areas while conversing with your friends and family and your favourite cocktail.

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Zanzibar June special offer

Zanzibar is the ultimate Indian Ocean experience with its brilliant white beaches lapped by the warm turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean provide the perfect place to relax, soak up the sun and take a break. There are more than 25 fantastic beaches in Zanzibar, and some are so peaceful and remote that the only noise breaking the silence is likely to be the ocean. 

At the northern tip of the island is Nungwi, approached by a road lined by banana palms, mangroves and coconut trees. This is the dhow building capital of Zanzibar island, so it is a good place to see traditional craftsmen at work. 

On the west coast of Zanzibar, Mangapwani beach is worth a visit, and to the east are the beaches of Matemwe, Pwani Mchangani, Kiwengwa, Uroa, Bwejuu and Jambiani, all with stretches of beautiful white sands. 

Zanzibar also boasts several small offshore islands which are ideal for a day-trip. Prison (or Changu) island is the most popular with tourists because it is only a short trip from Stone Town. Originally, it was used by Arabs to detain recalcitrant slaves, and then a jail was built by the British, but it was never actually used. 

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

6 Days Egypt Nile Cruise Tour Package

The Egyptian Museum.
Pyramids of Giza & Sphinx.
Dier El-Bahari & Valley of Kings.
Luxor Temple & Karnak.
Horus Temple in Edfu.
Sobek & Horus in Kom Ombo.
High Dam.
Philae Temple & Unfinished Obelisk.

Day 1: Arrival
Upon arrival you will find our representative for meet & assist service through the arrival formalities, then you will be transferred to you hotel. Overnight at Cairo.

Day 2: Cairo/Aswan
Breakfast. Start your tour visiting: The Egyptian Museum. Where u can see 250,000 genuine artifacts on display the largest most precious collection of Egyptian art in the world. Then visit The Great Pyramid – CheopsChephren & Mykerions. Where you will see the only standing wonder for the ancient world. Then proceed to The Sphinx the mysterious monument which has human face and lion’s body.
Transfer to the domestic airport for your flight to Aswan. Arrival and transfer to your hotel. Overnight in Aswan.

Day 3: Aswan/ Kom Ombo

Departure to visit the Temple of Abu Simbel, The colossal Temple of Abu Simbel built by Ramses II (XIXth. Dynasty) and lately saved from inundation of the Nile waters in among the glories of ancient Egyptian monuments. The temples were built out of a sandstone rock cliff, and representation of the deities to which each was dedicated is carved on its huge façade. Nearby, also saved, lies the small Temple of the King's wife Nefertari, dedicated to the goddess Hathor. Back to Aswan.

Private tour to Abu Simbel 110 $ per person (with private A/C car)

Transfer to start your tour visiting: The High Dam which was completed in 1964. From here you can gaze across Lake Nasser. The Philae Temple Sail by felucca (Egyptian sailboat) to the island of Agilkia. Visit the temple that was removed from their original island of Philae which lies submerged most of the year by the waters of Lake Nasser. The main Temple of Isis and its monuments were built between the 26th-dynasty and the Roman period. Transfer to the Cruise. Boarding before lunch. Lunch on board Sail to Kom Ombo. Afternoon Tea. Visit the temple shared by the two gods Sobek and Haroeris. Sail to Edfu. Dinner on board. Overnight in Edfu.

Day 4: Edfu/Luxor
Breakfast on board. Visit The Temple of Horus in Edfu. Cross the lock. Sail to Luxor. Afternoon Tea. Dinner on board & Galabya party. Overnight in Luxor.

Day 5: Luxor
Breakfast on board. Start your tour visiting: The West Bank of Luxor where you will enjoy visiting Dier El-Bahari and Valley of Kings which is The New Kingdom (1549–1069 BC) Necropolis. Then East Bank visiting Luxor Temple & Karnak Temple Complex which was the center of the ancient Egyptian religions in the new Kingdom. Lunch on board, Afternoon Tea. Overnight in Luxor.

Day 6: Departure
Breakfast on board; Our representative will transfer you to the airport of Cairo by domestic flight for your outbound departure flight.

1 Night hotel accommodation in Cairo on B&B basis.
3 Nights on Cruise Board (Aswan- Luxor) Full Board (Sightseeing included).
1 Night hotel accommodation in Aswan on B&B basis.
1 Day tour in Cairo visiting the Egyptian Museum, the Great Pyramids, Sphinx..
Free Camel ride in Pyramids area. (10 Minutes for taking photo).
English speaking expert Egyptologist guide.
All your tours and excursions are with an A/C minivan.
The service of meet and assist at all your destinations.
All your visits include entrance fees.
Our prices include all taxes and services.
Domestic flight : Cairo / Aswan  Luxor \ Cairo.
Return flights Nairobi - Cairo - Nairobi

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Prices per person in a double room:
Hotels Rate                                         4 Stars      5 Stars
From USD                                          $ 1525         1600

We hope that you will enjoy your Egypt Nile Cruise Tour Package.