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While you Plan for your Trip, Plan for the Unexpected as Well!

It’s Christmas season once again and even though the weather has been playing tricks on us lately, I believe that the heat will soon creep back in to our bones hence cease all the nesting and cocooning business there is. So many activities take place during Christmas, ranging from church to social outdoor events. More …Read More

How safe are you During your Travels?

The holiday season will kick off in about two weeks or so! By this I mean the December holidays, which has most of its days jam-packed with parties and an amalgamation of other intriguing activities thanks to holidays such as Christmas, Jamhuri day (Kenya) among others. If am not wrong, majority of us have all …Read More

A Change is as Good as a Rest

Whoever coined the above mentioned phrase weren’t out of their minds after all! Once in a while, we all do need a change as we can’t keep doing the same thing over and over again, year in year out…so yes, “a change is as good as a rest”. More often than not, most of us …Read More

Experience the Rio (Brazilian) Carnival, Kenyan Style!

Touring Kenya this November? Then, count yourself very lucky as you just planned your travels in a way you will never regret. So you ask yourself, what’s so special about visiting Kenya in November? Well, am sure most of us (if not all) have heard of the Rio carnival which is an event that usually …Read More

Why Not Kill Two Birds with One Stone!

Wondering what I mean by “why not kill two birds with one stone”? Well…you will find out in a bit. Planning an African safari is not an easy thing (at least not for me) and so, one might find themselves between a rock and a hard place especially if it involves two or more countries. …Read More

Contemplating Whether to Visit Burundi!?!

Burundi is a country in the great lakes region of Eastern Africa and it’s bordered by Tanzania to the east and south, Democratic Republic of Congo to the west and Rwanda to the North. Even though it’s a landlocked country, much of the southwestern border is adjacent to Lake Tanganyika. Before I made a trip …Read More

Make your Visit to Malindi Memorable

Malindi is a coastal area of Kenya which has a history stretching back over a thousand years. Its home to a large Muslim and Catholic community…the existence of many ancient mosques and churches attest to this fact. The history of this small albeit marvelous town makes it rich with a culture that is outstanding. Before …Read More

Enjoy Your Vacation in Africa

There are a number of things one can do while doing their travels in Africa, ranging from backpacking, culinary tours, going on safari, lazing on the beach, mountain climbing, just to mention a few. You can never miss something interesting to engage in, something that would make your stay much more fun and enjoyable. If …Read More