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Travel To Kenya Safari Destination and Nairobi Tours, Trips and Attractions


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Holidays are everybody’s ideal way to relax and see the world. As our guests get to experience the wildlife and other products we have to offer such conservation is of out most important. We support conservation by preferring to prioritize Eco-lodges and thereafter the other camps and Budget Camps as well.

The Amboseli National Park is very near Nairobi about 3 hours drive one way. At these eco-facilities you will be able to learn more about how important they are to secure the existence of the local environment and how you are directly helping the local community by choosing to stay in such an accommodation.


Take part in the Land’s End Sport Relief event to raise money for charity

Released on: March 15, 2012, 5:21 am
Author: Land’s end
Industry: Travel

The Sainsbury’s Sport Relief event is to take place on March 25th 2012 and there are hundreds of locations from which members of the public can take part in this excellent charity run, but perhaps one of the most scenic is Land’s End, the extreme south westerly point of Britain.


The National Trust Reports Lovesick Cows Get New Mate For Valentine’s

Released on: February 24, 2012, 9:18 am
Author: National Trust
Industry: Agriculture

The National Trust has revealed that an Irish Moiled bull is set to be in the ‘moo-d’ for love at Wimpole Home Farm after the romantic future of a rare breed cow herd was put to the vote.

The National Trust’s online MyFarm community voted on which breed should get a mate for Valentine’s Day.*


The National Trust Opens Its Doors To The Uks Best-Loved Cartoon Characters

Released on: July 27, 2011, 4:28 pm
Author: National Trust
Industry: Non Profit

The National Trust has, for the first time, given fictional characters keys to all of its 300 homes and access to the 617,500 acres of land it cares for. ‘The Beano’ team of illustrators and comic whizzes have had full creative control as characters from Dennis the Menace to Billy Whizz conquer castles and race ponies across grand estates.

The Beano characters have invaded to help the National Trust bring its many places to visit to life and prove that its doors (and copious amounts of fresh air) are open to all, breaking down preconceptions of the organisation.


The National Trust Launches Campaign To Save Morris Car Inventor’s Home

Released on: May 03, 2011, 2:57 pm
Author: National Trust
Industry: Automotive

The National Trust has launched a campaign to raise £600,000 to save the “time capsule” home of the man who made motoring affordable for the British masses.

The Morris Motor Company was started in 1910 when bicycle manufacturer William Morris, later Lord Nuffield, turned his attention to cars.

Three years later the two-seat Morris Oxford ‘Bullnose’ was introduced, helping change the lives of thousands of ordinary people with the dawn of mass-produced vehicles.


National Trust Relieves Bank Holiday Getaway Stress

Released on: August 27, 2010, 2:17 pm
Author: National Trust
Industry: Entertainment

The National Trust is joining the drive to make the August bank holiday journeys less painful by setting up its own unique network of alternative ‘motorway service areas’.

The Bank Holiday is traditionally one of the busiest weekends for holiday traffic. According to the Highways Agency Friday evening, Saturday lunchtime and Monday afternoon are expected to be the busiest on the roads this weekend, especially on the main holiday routes, as people set out and return from short breaks or day trips.

Mark Harold, National Trust Director for the South West, explained: “This weekend many holiday makers will make the journey to the South West heading for the beautiful coast and countryside, and with Britain’s roads taking the brunt of the holiday traffic we’re encouraging people to plan around the congestion to make the journey an enjoyable part of the holiday.”


The National Trust Opens Tom-Foolery At Wimpole This August

Released on: August 18, 2010, 3:02 am
Author: Claire Graves
Industry: Entertainment

The National Trust is opening Wimpole Home Farm for its tenth Tomato Festival on the 21st and 22nd August, allowing tomato enthusiasts to see, smell and taste over 50 different varieties of one of Britain’s best loved fruits.

Varieties which are available for sampling will include ‘orange strawberry’, a heart-shaped, deep orange tomato with a strong and sweet taste, and ‘black zebra’, a deep burgundy tomato, with a sweet, juicy taste.

Tomato experts will also be on hand to offer advice and encouragement to visitors interested in growing and enjoying home-grown tomatoes, and there will be many stalls and games for visitors to enjoy.


National Trust Reports Puffin Sat-Nav Helping To Solve Mystery Of Feeding Flight Paths

Released on: July 10, 2010, 4:50 am
Author: National Trust
Industry: Travel

Cutting edge technology is shedding light on the daily flight paths of puffins around the National Trust’s Farne Islands, off the Northumberland coast, and providing clues that could be vital to the seabirds’ survival.

Over the last year, scientists have used the technology to build up a picture of where the puffins are heading for when they take off from the Farne Islands each day. This shows that they are making a beeline for feeding ‘hotspots’ 20 miles out to sea.

Along with their established and protected breeding grounds on the islands, these hotspots may be important areas to conserve in order to ensure the puffin’s future survival.

Since last year, after a dramatic 30 per cent decline in puffin numbers had been recorded in 2008*, a team of researchers from Newcastle University have been working with National Trust wardens on Brownsman Island and deploying a whole raft of puffin technology to track their every move.


National Trust Encourages Families To Grow Their Own Food Whilst Discovering Their Heritage

Released on: June 10, 2010, 03:39 am
Author: National Trust
Industry: Travel

The National Trust has announced and organised a selection of new events and activities to be enjoyed by families around the UK during the summer as part of its Food Glorious Food campaign.

Food Glorious Food is a National Trust campaign to celebrate and promote sustainably produced local, seasonal and home-grown food. F r o m May through to October 2010 there’s a programme of events across the country, f  r o m farmer’s markets and tasting days to kitchen garden demonstrations, seed planting and cookery workshops. Plus, over 100 participating National Trust properties will be giving away free plug plants and vegetable seeds to visitors as part of an initiative to help families to grow their own food.

An example of this is ‘How Does Your Garden Grow?’ which is an event that is taking place on the 6th of June in Wallington, Northumberland. It includes demonstrations f r o m the gardening team, children’s trail and activities, seed planting and guided walks and talks. The invitation is open for all those who are interested in learning how to grow your own plants and food and use the local and seasonal produce to their optimum potential.