Africa Unveiled: A Rich Goldmine for Inter-African Tourism
According to the World Bank, only 10% of all international tourist arrivals in Africa are from other African states, in contrast to Europe, where 63% of all…
Feasting Wild in Nairobi, the Safari Capital of the World
Nairobi is full of character and the flavourful recipes are extensions of this character. The food reflects where Kenya is coming from and where she is going to
St. Ange & Kenya’s Tourism Minister Malonza Reunites at ITB
Speaking to the press later, St. Ange said the that he had discussed about tourism and the region’s importance in the industry with Minister Peninah Malonza.
Don’t Deny Yourself the Pleasures of Travel
If you get a bite from the travel bug, don’t ignore it. Embrace the bite and follow your instincts.
Mombasa is Kenya’s second largest city and the commercial cum industrial hub, with a diverse cultural history that dates back to about 1593, when the Portuguese built Fort Jesus. It […]
Lamu Archipelago, Kenya
The Lamu Archipelago includes over 50 islands and coral reefs. Some are privately owned, while five are inhabited: Lamu, Manda, Pate, Kiwayu, and Ndau. Settlement on the islands dates back […]
Kisumu, the quiet port city found on the shores of Lake Victoria, is Kenya’s third largest city having been awarded city status in the year 2001. Its wide streets, fine […]
Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi has risen in a century from an uninhabited swampland to a thriving modern capital. It is now one of Africa’s largest, and most interesting cities and […]
Popularly known as the Home of Authentic Safari, Kenya prides itself as the home to Africa’s most iconic parks, conservancies, and game reserves which offer incredible natural beauty, soul-stirring cultural […]
East in West: A Kenyan Girl in Cotonou
By Maureen Murimi “Bonjour Madame. Bienvenue à Cotonou. Qu’est ce qui vous amène?” These are the first words that welcome me to Cotonou, Bénin, a small country located in the […]