Nairobi, Kenya, 2017-Jun-13 — /EPR Network/ — The migration of wildebeests and zebras have now entered the Mara. This has been confirmed today (7th June, 2017) after a fact finding mission round the entry points along the Mara and Serengeti border. Though this is still in its’ initial stages, every indication shows that the stage is set for the world’s most fascinating wildlife spectacle. A few herds of mainly zebras and wildebeest have crossed the border near sand river gate. They could be seen this morning taking their traditional route towards Roan hill, and some have already crossed the main road to the Mara river from Sekenani gate. Their movement however is slower because of the amount of grass in their way. Since April this year we have continued having intermittent rains which has made the plains covered in long green grass. we are still experiencing sporadic rain showers.
Cruzeiro Safaris offers a 10% discount of new sales from January to March, 2017 to its safari package Aberdares National Park and Coffee Farm Visit in Nyeri, Kenya.
Nyeri is one of the most fertile and best producers of coffee in Kenya. Being special of its kind learn firsthand from the farmers and inside the farm. Of course travelers with first sample the uninterrupted ecosystem in the Aberdares National Park which has a wealth of wildlife including elephant, rhino, waterbuck, reedbuck, wild pig, dik dik, wild dog and the increasingly rare mountain bongo.
The Lake Nakuru National Park tour which can also be booked online through Get Your Guide booking site or https://www.getyourguide.com/nairobi-l267/lake-nakuru-national-park-full-day-tour... has become increasingly popular to the delegates attending conferences in Nairobi Kenya. The main reason being the proximity to Nairobi and the time taken which is about 11 hours. While delegates spend their time in meeting rooms and discussion at the end of the day they end up very tired. To unwinding before going back to their countries of residence an 11 hour tour from Nairobi comes in handy. Ones get to see the countryside of Nairobi as well as wildlife and birds at the National Park. The tour is mainly set to depart at 6am and return at 6pm making it easy for clients to connect to their international flights which are normally scheduled in the late evenings. However, if the flight is early one can request for an early arrival or take a full day tour in Nairobi visiting the Nairobi National Park, Elephant Orphanage, Giraffe center, Karen Blixen with lunch at the famous top 100 restaurants of the world the Carnivore Restaurant. Better still a short morning tour to the Nairobi National Park and elephant Orphanage can suffice.
Released on: November 09, 2015, 3:21 am (EST)
Author: Claudia Kabui
Nairobi, Kenya, November 09, 2015 — /EPR NETWORK/ — Destination Kenya
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Voyages Jules Verne has announced the launch of its Classic Journeys 2011 and 2012 brochure, featuring a host of travel ideas including tours, cruises, trains, resorts and weekends.
In association with their longstanding overseas partners, Voyages Jules Verne is delighted to present this compendium of travel opportunities by air, boat and rail, including special sightseeing arrangements and many VJV special events. Among the selection of worldwide departures available until late 2012 are three new tours: Norway’s ‘Journey to the Arctic Circle’ to the remote regions of Canada; exploring Burma’s Irrawaddy River between Mandalay and Pagan in their ‘Road to Mandalay’ cruise and ‘The Eastern and Oriental Express’, a luxurious train journey aboard the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express including 5-star accommodation in Bangkok and Singapore.
Voyages Jules Verne has published the latest edition of its sought-after No Single Supplement brochure.
Covering departures until December 2012, solo travellers can choose from short break and longer-haul destinations in Europe, Africa, the Middle East and the Far East that all have one thing in common: there are no extra charges for having a single room. Far from being a ‘singles club’, these arrangements ensure that clients wishing to join a tour independently may do so without the all-too-familiar financial penalties imposed by many travel companies.