10 places to visit while in Nairobi

Posted by safari on September 27, 2017
Category: Uncategorized
10 places to visit while in nairobi font size Print Email Tuesday, 29 November 2016 13:06 Nairobi, Kenya's capital and largest city, still conjures all the romance and adventure of its colorful colonial days. The city evolved from a humble camp for railway workers in 1899 to the capital of British East Africa by 1907. Today, Nairobi's rich history and tribal culture is brought to life in its excellent museums. The Karen Blixen Museum, in
The City of Nairobi
Although most safari operators will do their best to minimize your time in Nairobi, you may well find yourself with a day to kill in Kenya's capital city. Like many African cities, Nairobi has a reputation for congested roads and high crime rates. While it's true that some areas are best avoided, most of the top tourist attractions are located in the city's safest areas. Keeping safe in Kenya is really just a matter of
Amboseli national park
The wildlife in Amboseli National Park congregate around very few watering holes during the dry season and disperse when the rains increase the availability of water throughout the park. The same weather patterns affect your comfort, travel costs and accessibility to game activities, so AfricanMecca is providing climate-related Amboseli information to help you plan your dream Kenya safari. The average temperatures in the park are moderate throughout the year, although we recommend that you bring
I am a huge fan of picnics. I always have been. When I was younger, we were that family. The ones who would spend a random Sunday afternoon with packed sandwiches, cold drinks, and a blanket to go and find a place to sit. In this world, while it is so easy to get engrossed in the day to day work life we shouldn’t forget to take a break once in a while. Even if

8 reasons on why to visit Maasai Mara

Posted by safari on September 8, 2017
Category: News, Travel
The Mara National Reserve is home to over 1.5 million Wildebeests, thousands of Zebras, Hippopotami, Nile crocodiles, the rare Wide Rhinos, over 400 bird species among other animals and wild plantation. It is also hosts some of the country’s best hotels, has amazing airstrips and a great nomadic community. If you are here in the country for the Global Entrepreneurship Summit which will be chaired by US President Barack Obama alongside President Uhuru Kenyatta, we