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10 Facts about Kenya’s Big Five

September 5, 2018

The term Big Five was originally coined by big-game hunters as a way to describe the elusiveness of Africa’s most fascinating wild animals. For hunters tracking animals by foot, the lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros were the most dangerous to hunt. These days, Kenya’s Big Five are protected by conservation laws and other anti-poaching efforts are in place, but for visitors to Kenya, catching a glimpse is still a challenge. Lucky for you, guides at Bush and Beyond properties have “caught” fantastic photos of all of Kenya’s favorite wildlife.

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Our Fantastic New Videos

August 16, 2017

At the beginning of 2017, videographer & film maker, Goh Iromoto and his producer & photographer, Courtney Boyd visited Kenya for 4 weeks. During that time they stayed at The Emakoko in Nairobi, Tangulia Mara Camp in the Masai Mara, Lewa House in the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy and Ol Malo in Laikipia and filmed countless hours of footage and took thousands of photos. More importantly they captured the magic & essence of Bush and Beyond and our properties! See some of their amazing work here.

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Introducing our New Video

May 17, 2017

We are excited to launch our first official Bush and Beyond video. Come explore, experience & escape to all that Bush and Beyond has to offer.

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Jackson Looseyia: 4 facts about one of our favourite guides

August 8, 2016

From what Jackson Looseyia loves most about Kenya to an inside peak at his “office”, learn more about one of Bush and Beyond’s favourite guides.

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10 Facts about Kenya’s Big Five

January 4, 2016

The term Big Five was originally coined by big-game hunters as a way to describe the elusiveness of Africa’s most fascinating wild animals. For hunters tracking animals by foot, the lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, leopard, and rhinoceros were the most dangerous to hunt. These days, Kenya’s Big Five are protected by conservation laws and other anti-poaching efforts are in place, but for visitors to Kenya, catching a glimpse is still a challenge. Lucky for you, guides at Bush and Beyond properties have “caught” fantastic photos of all of Kenya’s favorite wildlife.

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Great New Offer

October 5, 2015

Bush and Beyond is pleased to announce some new Fall Incentive Rates starting October 1st for New bookings. Check out all the details.

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The Globe & Mail, August 2015

August 11, 2015

Lewa Wilderness in “Into Africa”

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6 ways Bush and Beyond makes the world a better place

August 5, 2015

Bush and Beyond believes that it is our responsibility to protect and enhance the natural and cultural environment of the areas in which we operate. Not only does this care for the wildlife, land and people in Kenya where our properties are, but because our conservation activities are an integral part of the larger environmental system of the planet.

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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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Bush and Beyond Safari Offer

May 22, 2015

Receive a 10% reduction on net rates (excluding conservancy fees where applicable) on a Bush and Beyond Safari where guests stay at least two nights at each of three or more Bush and Beyond safari destinations. Include Jackson Looseyia as your private guide on your Bush and Beyond Safari and receive a 10% reduction on his daily fee too.

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