Buses are a great way to travel, with thousands of cities connected by bus routes. It is one of the most popular ways to travel, alongside driving, flying, and taking a train. Nairobi Arusha and Moshi are cities that can be travelled by bus. Whether you’re planning your next vacation or a regular commute, Diurnal

The key to experiencing one of the world’s most spectacular wildlife migrations is to think of it as a never-ending show happening across East Africa’s most impressive parks and reserves. Below is a Guide to Africa’s Great Wildebeest Migration. What is the Great Migration? Throughout the year, East Africa’s wide-open grasslands are the setting for

 At one time, the “Big Five” were at the top of hunters’ lists, as they were considered the most difficult of Africa’s big game to shoot while on foot. These were: lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and cape buffalo. Fortunately, it’s tourists who do most of the shooting today but only with their cameras. A trip

Kenya is a great destination for first time safari goers, with excellent game viewing and a huge diversity of scenery and activities that makes it a wonderful place for families. There are a number of camps and lodges on safari that welcome children and have guides who will spend time showing them the ‘Little Five’

There are 24 national parks, 15 national reserves, 6 marine parks in Kenya and private conservancies on top of that. The choice can be overwhelming when it comes to visiting Kenya’s national parks. Nairobi National Park was the first park that was formed in 1946. KWS is responsible for managing the National Parks, to protect

Before any adventure in the African bush, here are some of the top tips for your safari packing list. You have to let go of some baggage. Weight limits on light-aircraft charters vary, but 33 pounds is probably the max. Packing light for safari is the key. Remember, you’ll need to pack in soft luggage—we recommend

Lake Nakuru in Kenya is the quintessential African safari destination. The lake and surrounding grasslands are protected within the boundaries of the Lake Nakuru National Park, an ecologically diverse and stunningly beautiful part of the Rift Valley. Lake Nakuru is home to four of the big five safari animals, amongst many other species. Lions, leopards,

At a glance Capital city: Nairobi ) Population: 47 million Language: Swahili, English Currency: KES Time zone: (GMT+03:00) Nairobi Electricity: Type G (Irish/British 3-pin) Dialing code: +254 As a safari and travel destination, Kenya is unrivaled. An ancient land born of ice and fire, such are the extremes of the Kenyan climate, which ranges from

Kenya is one of Africa’s most multicultural countries, with a population as diverse as its terrain. There are more than 40 different ethnic tribes, each with their own language, culture and customs. The red-robed, beaded Maasai of the south are undoubtedly the most famous tribespeople of the region. The unique Swahili culture dominates the coastal

Top 10 Wildlife Encounters of Kenya 1. Cheetah Chase The cheetah, the Ferrari of the animal kingdom, is the fastest land animal on the planet. This slick predator can reach speeds of up to 120 km/hr and can accelerate to 103km/hr in just three seconds. Seeing a cheetah stealthily stalk, then pursue, a gazelle, springbok