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Let’s all do the Congo!

Kamili is delighted to announce a partnership with Congo Conservation Company (CCC), to market their three Odzala Discovery Camps in Congo-Brazzaville.   Odzala is a near-mythical place of astounding biodiversity - a place few people have ever had the chance to visit. Odzala Discovery Camps are proud to be able to provide a unique opportunity to visit ...
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Baker’s Lodge, Murchison Falls National Park

Located in Murchison Falls National park, Baker’s Lodge is the luxury and the newest accommodation facility in the Uganda Exclusive Camps and Lodges family that opened its doors to the guests in the late 2014. The lodge is strategically situated on the South bank of the mighty Nile River which transects Murchison Falls National Park ...
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East African Game Reserves Worth Visiting

Whether you would prefer to spend your vacay at a luxury hotel in Morocco or a game park in Kenya, Africa boasts a variety of holiday destinations perfect for you yearly holiday. East Africa is known for its game reserves full of wildlife that most people travel across the globe to view. So if it’s your ...
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Trekking With the Gorillas of Rwanda

If there is a safari that brings you any closer, on foot, to wild beasts capable of mauling you, I’m not sure I care to be on it. One second you are bushwhacking through thickets of bamboo in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, pulling yourself up a steep lava slope, toehold to toehold. The next, you turn a ...
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Countries that can visit Kenya without a visa

As tourist visas in East African Community countries increase by day, there is still good news. If you are from the countries below, you are still safe. The Kenyan government started the system of issuing visa online where a user has to first register. This system together with the paper system will work until the ...
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Starry Nights in Loisaba

It was that time to go out again…on a safari. Being Kenyan, I felt lucky to have been to so many places already, and yet never running out of places to visit in my country. The next stop in my adventure series was Loisaba ( I’d heard about these so called star beds ( in Loisaba. ...
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Iron Working in Uganda

Iron working or production is traced to have existed for a very long period of time between the 11th and 16th centuries that is the age of some of the tools. The Iron Age seems to have arisen from the adoption of food plants, the introduction of iron working and the development of slash and ...
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We’re all going on a Tanzania safari!

Vacations give you a chance to get away from your everyday life to experience something new and exciting. A truly unique adventure is a safari, and what better way to discover natural beauty than a four day journey through Tanzania. This African adventure is an unforgettable journey that will allow you to experience the sights ...
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