Category Archives: Travel Diaries

Travel and News September 2016 Newsletter

September 2016 Newsletter Big Five

Hello,

The 9th month of the year is finally here with us, the best travel month! Have you planned your travel?

We now have our city in the sun back to normal after a very successful TICAD IV leaving the travel industry smiling all the way to the bank! We are looking forward to the next international conference…..

We appreciate you our clients, thank you. Continue reading

London Super Cup 2016 Tour

London Super Cup

Imagine sitting in flight for 12hrs 55min with a stopover of about 4hours? That is how long a trip to London would take on Qatar Airways. The stopover at the Capital of Qatar Doha, was quite an exciting adventure just to take a brief comparison of another country’s airport (Hamad International Airport) with ours. Continue reading

Travel and News August 2016 Newsletter

Travel News Wilderbeeste Migration Maasai Mara

Hello,

Our 3rd edition is here, it’s been an exciting month of July for the tourism industry with UNCTAD bringing over 7,000 delegates to Kenya. Next month we look forward to host the 6th TICAD summit bringing over 2,000 delegates. A special thank you to you our clients we appreciate you. Continue reading

Travel Diary: 2 Days at Ol-Joto/Ole Itiko Cottages Naivasha Getaway

Ole Itiko Cottages

Sitting in a car for two hours with a stop to stretch the legs at the view point we enjoyed the view of the Great Rift Valley. Once in Naivasha town we proceeded to kongoni, oleitiko cottages our home for 2 nights. Continue reading

Travel and News July 2016 Newsletter

kiboko camp tsavo east

Hello,

Welcome to the 2nd edition of the A Plus newsletter. First we would like to specially thank all the clients we have served in the month of June, thank you.

We also take this early opportunity to wish you Idd Mubarak… Continue reading

Travel Diary: Kiboko Camp, Kenyan Coast and Tsavo West

Infinity Pool Kiboko Camp

Travel is one of the greatest of Life’s Joys.

A memorable family trip involves more than sand castles and amusement parks, though those are certainly kids’ favorites. It’s the experience that matters. Showing your children that a world exists beyond their back door, with beautiful colors, eccentric cuisine, a rich history and the great wilderness that is Kenya. Continue reading