You might have preconceived notions about certain parts of the world that keep you from traveling there. Here's why, happily, you're mistaken.Read More
Right in the middle of Kenya lies Samburu National Reserve, a destination that is unique to anywhere else in the country. Straddling the life-giving Ewaso Ngiro River, Samburu has incredible game viewing and nature activities, as well as their own fascinating tribe.Read More
The Great Migration is one of Earth’s most awe-inspiring events. Every year, nearly two million wildebeest (and hundreds of thousands of zebra, eland, gazelle, and countless other species) trod the plains of Tanzania and Kenya in search of lush, green pastures.Read More
“Good morning” tap tap tap. “Good morning” tap tap tap.
It’s 5am and I wake up to the softest, kindest “good morning” followed by three taps against my canvas tent as I wake up this morning in the Masai Mara. I open the door flap and am greeted by a warm smile from one of the camp staff, along with a pot of bold Kenyan coffee and a cookie.Read More
Today, we are journeying to Amboseli National Park, just 150 miles south of Nairobi, on the Kenya/Tanzania border, at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro (the continent’s highest peak, and the only snowcap in Africa), just a few miles south in Tanzania.Read More
I’m so excited this week to share one of my all-time favorite travel destinations on the blog - Kenya! This country has the “wow” factor that really leaves you speechless most of the time and I’ll be sharing the things I love about this country, where I recommend staying, and how to prepare for an incredible experience.Read More