The daunting tasks of gathering documents, bank statements, getting an appointment date, being asked a series of questions at the embassy, the uncertainty as you wait for a visa are seemingly reasons enough to steer clear off the globe-trotting route. A Kenyan passport is a strong identification document that ranks among top 60 globally in the PP index. The blue book allows you access to 39 countries visa-free and for 29 countries, you can easily get a visa on arrival. Now you can satisfactorily fill up your Kenyan passport with stamps.
If you’re waiting to head out on your safari adventure, or if you just got back, you may be wondering what the other things to do in Nairobi are. After all, just because you’re enjoying the local wildlife and native culture doesn’t mean you have to forgo all modern attractions. Though there are plenty of natural attractions, too. So from famous sights around the city to some of the best eateries to some top parks, below are some of the best attractions to hit up around Nairobi, Kenya.
There are much more than just five reasons to go on a luxury Zimbabwe tour, but these are the top destinations that you just cannot afford to miss while visiting the country!
Zimbabwe is one of southern Africa’s most magnificent countries, stretched out between the Zambezi River to the north and the Limpopo River to the south. Its striking inland plateau, enveloped between these great life-giving rivers, is marked by giant granite outcrops, national parks, rugged mountains and lush forests.
Wrap this all up in traditional Zimbabwean warmth and hospitality—and you have a must-visit destination on your travel map! Continue reading “5 Reasons To Go On A Luxury Zimbabwe Tour”
You might imagine camel racing would only happen in the Arabian deserts or within India’s Pushkar. Think again. Each year, Kenya plays hosts to the International Camel Derby during the month of August.
Thinking of going on an African safari? You’re not alone! According to a report by Euromonitor International, safari travel has become increasingly popular in recent years and this trend is predicted to continue in the years to come. Interestingly enough, the growth in demand for safaris is no longer restricted to travelers from the western world. More and more tourists across the globe, particularly those from newly advanced economic development such as Russia, China as well as the Middle East, are flocking to Africa to experience its breathtaking wildlife and nature.
As you may expected, before embarking on a safari, there’s much for you to learn and prepare to ensure that your first safari will live up to expectations. Lucky for you, the BookAllSafaris.com team is here to help. On this post, we are dishing out insights and tips that you may find useful in making the most of your African adventure of a lifetime. Here are the 10 things you need to know before you go on a safari: Continue reading “African Safaris – 10 Things You Need To Know Before You Go”
How is your May coming along? I bet everyone is wishing for May the 4th be with you. I also do not why. I hope you haven’t started squandering your savings or that paycheck already on pork choma and those bitter waters. Hear me out first, then decide if the Mrs or that crush whose birthday is this May will appreciate this or some nyama choma at that joint on your way to South C (I got you!). Jambojet wants your month of May to take off in the best way possible by letting you fly for just Ksh. 2950! Continue reading “Fly Jambojet This May & June”
At Nest Nairobi, we’ve put together a panel to look at the future of travel tech and would love to invite you to join us on Wednesday eve at Sankara! We are expecting 200 travel sector’s leaders, innovators in e-tourism/ travel products and other stakeholders in the tourism and hospitality industry.
Come, listen to our insightful panelists and network with the leaders who are spearheading technological innovation in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry. Continue reading “Invitation: #WhatsNext TravelTech | Wed Feb 24/6PM at Sankara Hotel”
I came across this article on the internet as I was reading around and felt I should share. A really good read.
“Kenya is that country you see on the postcards. It is that place that airlines use to advertise their destinations on the back cover of magazines. It’s that place that every African claims the weather to be just perfect. Kenya is the haven where the Orientals choose to live, the westerners love to visit and the rest of the world try to imagine judging from the multi-winning Olympic runners. Our country is nothing short of beautiful. Taking a road trip is by far the most rewarding experience whilst visiting Kenya. Some famous road trip destinations in Kenya include: The Maasai Mara, Naivasha, Turkana, Mombasa, Busia, Oloitoktok, Eldoret. However, every road trip has its ups and downs if not carefully planned for.