Iceland travel is easy. International arrivals to Iceland come through Keflavik International Airport (KEF) followed by transfer to Reykjavik city center which is..
Tanzania has airports that serve as a hub for domestic and international airlines. Currently, there are no direct flights from...
A Kenya Safari gives you a chance to see the Great Wildebeest Migration and the Big 5. Known for it’s lush national parks and the abundant wildlife within them, planning a Kenya Safari involves...
Nepal Vaccinations - some of the shots are spread out through several months or need to be taken within a certain time frame. You want to ensure your vaccines are sp..
Tanzania Safari, the very word ushers images of a wild and untamed land teeming with the classic African wildlife. Overshadowed by the Kenya safari scene, it remains a hidden gem in Africa. Not only does Tanzania hold about 20% of the continent’s mammal biomass, it is also home to Mt Kilimanjaro and the Ngorongoro crater, which has the densest big wildlife population in the world.
Climbing Mt Kilimanjaro requires prior planning and research to make an informed decision. This guide provides you all the knowledge to know about, plan and book your Kilimanjaro trek.
If you’re planning a vacation to Africa, one of the first things you have to take care of, are the vaccinations and immunizations, before you travel. You MUST visit your doctor or a qualified health professional at least 4 to 6 weeks before your trip to confirm if you need any vaccinations.
An African safari is a once in a lifetime experience. Here we compare the top three countries to visit on an African safari in Kenya, Tanzania and South Africa.
Planning a Safari to Kenya? Kenya is home to some of the best National Parks in the world and you can see a range of wildlife here, so planning your time here is crucial. we’re going to cover all the basics for planning a Kenyan safari from getting there to which parks you should consider.