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Photographic hides in Kenya  

Photographic hides in Kenya

A photographic hide is a camouflaged hiding site near a water hole or a bird feeding area where photographer can hide and take the images of wildlife up close without the many hustles and technicalities you may encounter when doing photography in the wilderness. In this guide we will look at some of the photographic hides in Kenya.  

Saruni photographic hide  

Saruni photographic hide is an open ground level hide set near a watering hole in Kalama conservancy near Saruni Samburu camp. The hide is buried underground and covered with Samburu red earth soil. The installation is formidable and elephant proof to guarantee maximum safety from destruction by animals. Set just a few…

Historical sites you should visit in the Kenyan coast 

The Kenyan coast has one of the oldest civilizations in the east Africa region for its longstanding contacts with the outside world going to over 1000 years ago. The rich heritage is best represented by a wide range of landmark building some central to the people culture to date. In this guide we shall cover some of the most remarkable places you could visit and learn the interesting evolution of the civilization which is a mix of Arabic, Swahili and European culture. 

Fort Jesus  

Fort Jesus is the most iconic building in Mombasa old town. The fortress was built in 1593 under the instructions of then Portuguese King Philip I following the conquest of the Kenyan coast….

Big game fishing spots in Zanzibar  

Zanzibar archipelago set along the East Africa coastline is undoubtedly one of the world’s sought after tropical big game fishing destination flanked by a biodiversity of aquatic life in great underwater ecosystem structures from underwater mountains, creeks, channels and reefs. Zanzibar is therefore one of the most rewarding angling excursions. In this guide we shall cover some of the top locations in the archipelago where you can go for deep sea fishing and some of the fish varieties to expect in your full/ half day charter.  

Pemba island and pemba channel 

The 55 km long channel straddling the Pemba island and the East African coastline is possibly the most promising big game fishing spot in the Tanzanian…

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Big cat destinations in Kenya  

Kenya is home to over 2000 lion making it the third largest population in the Africa. The country also boast a healthy over 800 cheetahs and 12000. Leopards good numbers are attributed to the fact that they are able to adopt to different habitat. Were it not for their cagey character you have better opportunity to encounter leopards in most of the safari destination in Kenya. In this guide we shall cover some of the best big cats destinations in the country.  

Masai Mara  

Masai Mara is Kenya top game viewing destination marked with high wildlife concentration. The 1510 square kilometers park is home to over 900 lions ranging the game reserve and nearby conservancies. The famous…

Big game fishing spots in Kenya  

The Kenyan coast flanked by endless deep blue seas has some of the world’s most outstanding big game fishing spots. The Kenyan coastline which runs 560 km from the countries East to South has over the years been proven as popular havens for tropical fishes like Sailfish, wahoo, marlin, Barracuda, tuna, dorado and many more. You are also likely to encounter dolphins during your off shore fishing escapade. In this guide we shall look at some of the top Big game fishing spots in Kenya.  

 Watamu  

Watamu coastline situated on the north of Mombasa is possibly the best big game fishing destination in Kenya. This is supported by the presence of creeks and bays that boast a…

Where to go for Heli safaris in Kenya

 Amongst the most luxurious experiences in Kenya is a helicopter ride safari. Ranging from stunning natural formation, beautiful and diverse flora, and large concentrates of wildlife, Kenya has one of the most rewarding helicopter safari in Africa. In this guide we will share some of the top destination where you can go for that aerial experience that builds everlasting memories.  

Lake Magadi, Lake natron Masai Mara and loita flight 

This flight takes you to the greater Mara ecosystem passing through lake Magadi and Lake Natron on your way from Nairobi. Known for its diverse vegetation, dramatic landscape and large concentrates of wildlife, a heli safari above greater Mara has great aerial view you should consider while…

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10 African Wild animals you should see before they are extinct  

Africa has for millennia been a dwelling for a wide variety of wild animals. This has been supported by its favorable warm climate and quintessential tropical flora. However, as time goes by some of the African wildlife has gone into extinction due to poaching and other human wildlife conflicts. Other varieties have been saved from extinction through conservation efforts in some cases leading to significant success. In this guide we will share details about the vulnerable, endangered and critically endangered animals in Africa and where you can find them.  

 Northern white Rhinos 

Though most of the rhino varieties are endangered mainly due to poaching for their horns, the northern white Rhinos are the most endangered subspecies. These…

Tanzania most scenic heli safari routes 

Tanzania has one of the most fascinating topography marked by endless stretches of wildlife-rich savannah plains, towering mountains, a variety of salty and fresh water lakes as well as other features like waterfalls and rocky landscape. Whereas most tourists will explore the vastness of Tanzania landscape on roadtrips a lot of fascinating experience may be a preserve for aerial views which can best be achieved in a heli safari. In this guide we shall talk about some of the most sought heli  flights in Tanzania. 

 Kilimanjaro & Ngorongoro flight 

This one of the scenic heli flights in Tanzania taking you through two of the most outstanding natural formations in Tanzania mt kilimanjaro and Ngorongoro crater. Some of…

Tips on surfing in Mombasa: top sites, conditions and when to go  

Mombasa is one of the popular wind surfing and kit surfing destination in Africa for its stable winds and  warm tropical waters. Whether you are surfing from the north coast beaches or the south coast beaches, Mombasa has some incredible wind swells that gives wave riders the desired thrilling experience. The presence of some flat water lagoons also make the 536 km long stretch of the coastline a perfect hide away for kite surfers. In this guide we shall cover some of the most ideal surfing destination in Mombasa north and south coast, conditions and when to go.  

 Wind surfing and kite surfing conditions in Mombasa 

Mombasa is ideally one of the…

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Top 5 big cat destinations in Tanzania 

Tanzania is undoubtedly Africa top big cat destination. The country boasts the world’s largest lion population with over close to 15000 of the 23000 global population found in the country. The country also boasts a healthy population of cheetah, leopard and less common golden cat. In this guide we shall cover some of the top locations in Tanzania where you can find these interesting animals and possibly encounter a hunting scene.  

  1. Serengeti national park 

Serengeti is the most sought after and the oldest game park in Tanzania. The park is home to the fascinating Serengeti migration which is the world largest overland migration. The park is also home to…

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