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Vacationing at the Beach
June 15, 2020
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Vacationing at the Beach

Beaches have always been a tourist destination for very many people for a long time. It is a great place to become one with nature and enjoy one of the most artistic works of God. So, what makes so many people save up for almost their entire lives to have a good time at the beach? What is so special about these places? And what...

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How to prepare for a road trip
June 15, 2020
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How to prepare for a road trip

Road trips are some of the best and most exploratory journeys anyone can ever make. It is cheaper and you get to see more, though it might take longer. However, many challenges occur quite often and that makes it a very risky affair. So, how do you prepare for your road trip to ensure you have fun without any tragic...

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Kenya’s Big Five
June 10, 2020
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Kenya’s Big Five

Kenya is recognized globally as a tourist destination particularly because of the big five. The big five comprises of these animals: buffalo, lion, elephant, rhino along with the rhino which the early game hunters regarded as the most challenging and dangerous to hunt on foot in Africa. It is worth mentioning that some of the...

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Sceneries at the Diani Beach
June 10, 2020
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Sceneries at the Diani Beach

Did you know that Diani Beach has been voted as Africa’s leading beach destination fifth time consecutively since 2015? The tourist destination is in Kwale County, Kenya, on the Indian Coast approximately 30 kilometers from Mombasa town. It is worth noting that the indigenous people are the Digo, a sub-ethnic group from...

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Five Things Tourists Can Never Do in Rwanda
June 10, 2020
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Five Things Tourists Can Never Do in Rwanda

Rwanda is a landlocked country in East Africa with perfect destinations for a vacation in which most tourists from all corners of the world explore her. It has gorgeous museums, national parks and the Kigali Genocide Memorial. It is essential for tourists who desire to visit this country to learn and understand a few things...

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The Best Waterfalls in Africa
June 10, 2020
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The Best Waterfalls in Africa

Africa is the second-largest continent with that where it has 30 million square kilometers. It stands tall as one of the most wonderful continents in the world with promising demographics but mostly because of its strategic location full of natural scenery. Some of the outstanding features are natural waterfalls that many...

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Travelling During Covid-19
May 29, 2020
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Travelling During Covid-19

We have all been dealt a major blow by the coronavirus in 2020. All plans have somewhat been put to a halt as the entire world struggles with this virus. The travel and tourism world has not been left behind. In fact, with the quarantine and self-isolation and many countries shutting their borders, tourism has been dealt a...

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Travel Packages: To use or not to use?
May 29, 2020
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Travel Packages: To use or not to use?

Travel Companies have for a long time been at the core of taking people around the world getting them to their favorite destinations. There has, however, been a little controversy surrounding just how good they are and how useful they are in helping people achieve their traveling desires. Today, we have a look at the advantages...

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Travel Horror Stories
May 29, 2020
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Travel Horror Stories

Let’s just be honest. We have all thought about it. The horror stories that have happened to people all over the world when they were out on tours. Not to chicken you out, but to just keep you alive to the fact that the world is still quite a dangerous place and you have to take extra caution, especially when you are...

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Climb Mt Longonot on Your Own
February 13, 2020
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Climb Mt Longonot on Your Own

Mt Longonot is a volcano mountain located in Kenya inside the great Rift valley at South East of Lake Naivasha. The name Longonot came from a Maasai word ‘oloonong’ot’ meaning a place of sharp ridges. It is located 60 kilometers drive away from the capital city Nairobi. It is easily accessible by road. On your way, you...

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