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After months of lockdown and cessation of movement, Kenya finally confirms to ease movement and travel. President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced that international flights will resume on 1st August, while domestic flights are scheduled to restart on 15th July.
We as humans are usually very social creatures – we rely on each other for support, entertainment, relationships, and so much more. During the current health crisis, people across the globe are spending more time alone than ever. For many species in the animal kingdom, however, self-isolation is not a new concept. From iconic land mammals to ocean species, many choose to live their life in solitude.
Kenya bans the use of single-use plastics in protected areas, including its national parks, beaches, forests and conservation areas.
If you have been on safari or planning to go on one you’ll probably be aware of the ‘Big Five’ or the ‘Little Five’. But did you know that there is also a special group of animals that have unfortunately been christened the ‘Ugly Five’?
Climbing Kilimanjaro can be a life changing experience. You can do it for the challenge, for the unique scenery, for the feeling of success, for the adrenaline and accomplishments, and for many other reasons.
An epic expedition travelling deep into the jungle’s heart of the Democratic Republic of Congo to find our closest human relatives, the bonobos, is like no other adventure offered.
Vast and unexplored, Angola is a hidden world; an utterly wild part of Southern Africa that is only just opening up to tourism. People travel to Angola for the incredible ethnic tribes not wildlife.
12 Animal / Wildlife Documentaries You NEED To Watch!
Don’t cancel your trip, change the date and let’s stay safe. We are all in this together.
East Africa’s most cosmopolitan city, Nairobi, is Kenya’s beating heart – an exciting, maddening concrete jungle that perfectly counterpoints the untrammeled natural beauty to be found elsewhere in the country.