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Less Travelled Gem

The world travel trends are reforming so enthusiastically and immensely as people voyage preferences, interests and expectations revolutionize.

Rothschild Giraffe Endangered

The Rare and Gorgeous Rothschild giraffe has joined the ‘red list’ of the endangered species in the world. Driven from its wide-ranging

The Silent Killer

The silent killer, the night stalker, the versatile hunter… and many other names have been used to describe this cat. Smallest of the four

Snow in the Rift Valley

The evening of the 2nd Tuesday September 2008 will be carried down in the history of Kenya meteorology. The Great Rift Valley formed

Top 10’s of Uganda

It is almost a month now since our Nature series team launched its wide strides to Uganda. The first write-up on gorilla tracking has been a

The Zebra

There are three species of Zebra occurring in Africa today. Two of them are found in East Africa. Burchell’s Zebra


African Fish Eagle

As their name implies, African Fish Eagles are indigenous to Africa, ranging over most of continental Africa south of the southern-most

Rhino Protection

The Black Rhinois listed in Appendix 1 of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species and Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and

The largest Kenya reserve

The ancient explorers and rail builders in Kenya were the first people to discover the diverse theatrical episodes of what is now

Facts about the Cheetah

A couple of times while on a Kenya safari holiday, I have heard people confuse the cheetah for a leopard. And rightly so for the eye

The world’s tallest mammal

If you have been following this series on the African wildlife Experience and what to expect in your African safari then here is another

Great savannahs of Africa

Most people in the developed, world countries, who have never had a chance to visit Africa, relate Africa with poverty, aid stricken, black

The safari of the season

The peak season of tourism in Kenya has this time been dramatic like no other in the recent past. Many visitors from many countries feared

The Wildebeest’s Migration

Just recently, the phenomenon wildebeest migration was recognized as the Seventh wonder of the world. This natural event takes place

Tale of African Snakes

There are many species of snakes in the world. The enormous ones like the python, which can swallow animals as large as a whole gazelle.

Kenya Northern Frontier

On the northern frontier of Kenya arid spheres lay one of the most spectacular wilderness thrills. With its harsh surrounding, you will

Rhino Protection

The Black Rhinois listed in Appendix 1 of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species and Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) and

Western lowland Gorillas

Western lowland gorillas are endangered, but they remain far more common than their relatives, the mountain gorillas. They live in heav

The Bat Eared Fox

(Otocyon megalotis)with the name Otocyon which is derived from the Greek words “oto” for ear and “cyon” for dog is a canid of the African savanna,

Tanzania Great Islands

The coast of Tanzania is perhaps most famous for the Zanzibar Archipelago, a cluster of islands that saw the growth and survival of Swahili

Zanzibar Island history

Although there’s more to the islands of Tanzania than just Zanzibar, Zanzibar enchants and fascinates with its oriental mystique and forgotten

An African Jewel less visited

Uganda may not boast of huge and well-developed national parks like neighboring Kenya and Tanzania, but for the adventurous, Uganda is a place

The Termites

The termites are a group of eusocial insects usually classified at the taxonomic rank of order Isoptera. sometimes called “white ants”,

Diverse African

It is generally believed that human life first began on the continent of Africa – some 7 million years ago. Today, Africa is a continent

The Ants

Ants are found all over the world, from the hottest deserts to the lush green rainforests. We can find them in our backyards, in our homes,

A thing or two about antelopes

Antelope is a term referring to many even-toed ungulate species found in the family Bovidae.living in a group called a herd. Antelope are

Rhinos on a Kenya safari

In the beginning of this nature series of Kenya wildlife safari series and what to expect on a safari, I promised to give all the

Climb Kilimanjaro

Climbing Kilimanjaro is a demanding, challenging feat. But despite the immense height, the expedition can be successfully climbed by any

Flamingoes of lake Nakuru

The world famous Lake Nakuru was created in June 1968 to protect the stunning flocks of lesser flamingoes, which are one of its main attractions

Mount Kenya climb

On the tropical land widely known as the craddle of mankind, sixteen kilometers south of equator lie a magficent land mark. It raises 5199

Kakamega forest trek

Among Kenya safaris itineraries, this is a birder and trekkers paradise. Kakamega Forest National Reserve was opened in 1985 and is 418 Kms

Bird Hunting Hyenas of Nakuru

The spotted Hyena (crocuta crocuta) of Africa has been known to be a greedy scavenger who largely feeds on left-overs from kills of other

Tanzania walking safaris

Tanzania is a land of true African contrast. With such an ideal Location, on the periphery of the African continent, and facing the

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