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New Electronic Visa process for Kenya starts July 2, 2015

July 5, 2015

Starting from 2nd July 2015, the government of Kenya will introduce electronic visa application. Tourists wishing to visit Kenya need to apply as follows:

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Why do you love Kenya?

July 21, 2014

Is it Kenya’s breathtaking scenery, legendary migratory traffic or amazing activities that invite travelers to fall in love with this unique country? Discover your own reason to love Kenya in this video by the Kenya Tourism Board.

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10 stunning images from #WhyILoveKenya

July 2, 2014

Last month the Kenya Tourism Board launched “Why I Love Kenya” an exciting social media campaign to celebrate the country as not only the most fascinating safari destination in the world, but as a world class tourism destination. Visitors and citizens have been sharing their stories and photos of their experiences in Kenya, ranging from dramatic migration photos to Nairobi’s colorful architecture. We’ve collected the most stunning photos from Twitter here in this blog post. Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and tell us what you love the most about this amazing country by using the hashtag #WhyILoveKenya.

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They have arrived!

July 31, 2013

The migration has arrived in the Masai Mara and this makes me think of the number one question that I get asked about Kenya – “when is the best time to see the migration?” Ahh, if only I had a dollar for every time I was asked that … if only I had a crystal ball! The answer to this question is truly a tricky one as it all depends on Mother Nature and the rains.

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Virgin America Magazine July 2013

July 5, 2013

ol Donyo Lodge and Mara Toto Camp in “Animal Kingdom”

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Sunday Telegraph June 2013

July 2, 2013

Topi House, Mara Plains & Mara Toto in “Maasai Mara  minus the crowds”

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Getting out on foot

July 26, 2011

There is something magical about getting out of the safari vehicle and putting your feet down on African soil. One of the joys of staying in a private conservancy is that you are able to do a guided bush walk and experience the landscape and wildlife on foot.

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Spreading the conservation message

July 19, 2011

I just finished reading an engrossing and very disturbing article in this month’s Vanity Fair magazine (“Agony and Ivory”) about the plight of the African elephants and the ivory trade.

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Your guide makes all the difference.

July 11, 2011

Last week I talked about a life changing conversation I had with one of our guides while on safari and this week I’d like to talk more about safari guides. I truly believe that your guide can make or break your entire safari experience.

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It’s the people that change your life.

July 5, 2011

It is usually the wildlife that draws people to East Africa on safari, however, it is the people they meet that they remember. And when one of those meetings changes how you perceive your own world than you have experienced the transformational power of travel.

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