The news that Kenya Airways can now start direct flights to the USA was met with great jubilation by the stake holders in the Tourism Sector in Kenya and the Eastern African region at large. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport was granted the Category one Status by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) after garnering 88 points above the required 80 points in security required to grant a hub that Category one status. One of the biggest beneficiary is of course Kenya Airways which has had its fair share of Aviation business instability in the recent past, due to first the world

Connecting Southern Tanzania and Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit is now a reality. Starting 1st June 2017, Coastal aviation is introducing flights connecting Serengeti and Ruaha National Park with further connections to Selous and ultimately to Zanzibar. Whilst Coastal aviation been very successful linking Dar es Salaam to Selous Game Reserve, to Ruaha National Park and back to Dar es Salaam, but they haven’t been less successful in linking Ruaha National Park with the Northern Safari Circuit. Connecting Southern Tanzania and Northern Tanzania Starting June 2017 From that 1st June 2017, Coastal Aviation who are the aviation heavyweights as far as

The Tanzania Safari Calendar is changing fast as far as the Wildebeests Migration (also referred as the Great Migration), is concerned. Solomon one of our best safari guides and excellent wildlife spotters (not to mention one of our best bird watching guides) has just  returned from a 6 Days  Safari in the Northern Tanzania which included also the Serengeti National Park. You might be interested in our wildebeests migration safari specials here below; 8 days calving safari in Tanzania, Wildebeests migration 6 days wildebeests migration safari in Tanzania Special Offer It was a customized 6 days safari for a couple

The SGR construction in Kenya has now sparked an out row from Conservationists and Wildlife lovers in Nairobi and the world. The Standard Gauge Railway’s construction is already underway and it has crossed a large part of the Tsavo East and Tsavo West sections where it followed more or less the same route that the current old railway lies, without any major outcry from anyone but but now the plan to build the new SGR within the boundaries of the Nairobi National Park has rubbed conservationists and wildlife safari enthusiasts the wrong way. The Kenya Railways Authority after announcing the