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Botswana on a budget – is it possible?

When you think of Botswana you probably picture spectacular vast landscapes, impressive...

The Safari Rally: East Africa’s Most Adventurous Sport Event

The Safari Rally is one of Kenya's most popular sporting events. It...

Are you Breaking the Bank for an African safari?

Travelling to Africa? Be ready to cough up hard earned savings, work...

Top 5 Attractions in the Virunga Conservation Region

Shared by Uganda, Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, the Virunga...

Let Us Save the Hirola, the World’s Rarest Antelope

The hirola is Africa's most endangered antelope. In fact, the species is...

Amazing Facts About Sea Turtles

Sea turtles have lived in the oceans for at least 150 million...

The Contrasts of Amboseli National Park

Kenyans often seem to take it for granted when visitors to their...

Logging Threatens Cross River Rainforests

The pristine beauty of the Cross River State's lush, tropical rain forest...

Environment Benefits from Madagascar Foreign Debt

A debt for nature swap in Madagascar - where WWF buys a...

FAT WOMEN: A Painter’s Inspiration

Aka Augustin Kassi was born in 1966 in Assoumoukro, an Akan Village...

Gorilla Tracking: A Walk in the Forest

The forest was dim and quiet and our wet shirts clung to...

Book Review: GOREE The Island and Historical Museum

The Island and Historical Museum Project of Institut Francais D' Afrique Noire Publisher: Cheikh...

Tourism in Kenya – Interview with Fr. Kizito

John, a North European volunteer working for a Christian NGO in Nairobi,...

ARABUKO-SOKOKE: Home to Unique Flora and Fauna

The Arabuko-Sokoke Forest Reserve in Kilifi District, some 120 Kilometres North of...

“Inculturation” Challenge For A Fast Growing Church

My experiences during a recent trip to the Nuba Mountains, in the...

Fighting to the Bitter End to Save Diani

About 20 elders sat clustered beneath a giant baobab tree on the...

Flamingos Flee Lake Nakuru

The flamingo, which is the main attraction for tourists at Lake Nakuru...

Turtle Conservation at the Kenyan Coast

The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is managing a project at the Kenyan...

Sub Saharan Africa Should Embrace Ecotourism

Is sub-Saharan Africa headed for an ecotragedy as glaring signs and statistics...

The Search for a National Dress in Kenya

When Kenyan women recently attended the Beijing United Nations Conference, they did...

A Safari in Amboseli National Park

One of the myths told about courting elephants, is that the bull...

The International Gorilla Conservation Programme

The Mountain Gorilla Programme was started in 1978, and from it evolved...

Ecotourism in Kenya

Ecotourism, which is a relatively new concept, is expected to help save...

The Maasai, Tourism and Kenyan Culture

One is wooden and the other made of flesh and blood. However,...

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Botswana – For The Ultimate Family Holiday

Botswana is fast becoming a popular family destination because of its safety and stability. The good news for families looking to travel to the country is...

Top places for mountain and Rock Climbing in Uganda

Looking for a remarkable adventure while on a vacation in Uganda, mountain climbing can be a great way to commune with nature. A number...

Tips to Drive Safe on Your Self Drive Vacation in Uganda

Driving is a privilege that you may take for granted, and the road is something you should have immense respect for. Things can go...