Kenya Airways is launching its 54th destination on the 19th June to N’djamena in Chad.
Britain’s leading guided walks operator, Ramblers Worldwide Holidays, is offering a 17 day tour of Kenya’s stunning Rift Valley – renowned for its dramatic landscapes, tribal culture and wildlife.
If Mesdames Kate, Lily and Kate (Middleton, Allen and Moss!) are still seeking inspiration for where to flee on honeymoon they should look to Africa for the ultimate once in a lifetime trip.
Jonathan Scott’s new series ‘The Truth About Lions’ set in magical Kenya, will debut on 23rd March with BBC2, the second episode will then follow on 30th March.
With all of us working harder for less in these stringent times, why not do something exceptional with your time off?
Thailand has lost its long-standing best value rating to Sri Lanka in Post Office Travel Money’s new Long Haul Holiday Report for 2010.
Journey Kenya is celebrating Kenya’s new dawn with an exciting competition. One lucky winner and a friend will win five unforgettable adventures including an epic balloon ride over the Maasai Mara at dawn, sun, sand, golf and scuba diving in Diani, spectacular night sky safaris in the Rift Valley and a night at Nairobi’s most chic hotel.
The Safari Collection’s newest property ‘Solio’ opened its doors on 1st August, completing the group’s circuit of luxurious camps and lodges in some of Kenya’s most beautiful locations.
Kicheche Camps, the group of small, privately owned luxury wildlife camps in Kenya’s Masai Mara and Laikipia in Northern Kenya, will celebrate its tenth anniversary next month by launching a new itinerary, The Kicheche Triangle and a number of new responsible tourism projects which complement the existing programmes.
Known as the “Seventh Wonder Of The World,” the annual migration has always been a wildlife high for safari-goers, but according to Acacia Africa, this year it’s going to be a sell-out event.
Explorers has introduced a new range of astronomy tours which are designed to help holidaymakers witness some of the most remarkable events in the celestial world.
The 19th FIFA World Cup football tournament takes place for the first time on African soil from 11th June to 11th July 2010. Whilst 20,000 Brits are expected to travel to South Africa to see the matches, many more may want to go on holiday at this time, but not miss out on the action.
Africa is a spectacular backdrop for one of the greatest events in the wildlife calendar.
Water access and shortage problems are reaching crisis levels - particularly in developing nations - so Gap Adventures is focusing its Earth Month initiatives on changing the lives of people who lack access to clean drinking water.
Wildlife Worldwide is offering the opportunity for photographers of all abilities to improve their skills under the expert tutelage of award-winning wildlife photographer Nick Garbutt on trips to three countries in 2010: Zambia, Kenya and Borneo.
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