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Ian Lemayian: The Lewa Conservancy Rhino Scientist

Ian Lemaiyan’s passion for wildlife and conservation is undisputed. Referred to as the ‘The Mother of all Rhinos’ by Save the Rhino, we caught up with him to talk about the Lewa Conservancy, Lewa Marathon and all things conservation. This is in preparation for the Lewa Marathon happening on June …

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#IWelcome: Victor Nyamori _ Refugee Officer

This World Refugee Week, we catch up with Victor Nyamori, a Refugee Officer at Amnesty International. He talks about working with refugees, the need to welcome refugees #IWelcome and how he likes his travel. Who is Victor Nyamori? I  am a father to beautiful a daughter and a husband to …

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Tips for travelling with a baby

Being a parent is the most beautiful thing on this earth. You get to meet your soul mate whom you will love unconditionally. Since they become part of you daily life, you must learn how to accommodation them in all your activities. Travelling with a baby is one of the …

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Do’s and Dont’s when you visit Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is a one of the top tourist destinations in African. This is because of the famous Victoria Falls, Matobo National Park and Hwange National Park, the largest national park in Zimbabwe. Tourists are always welcome into this country with very friendly and warm people. However, when you visit Zimbabwe, …

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Ethiopian Guide for the Coffee Lover

If there’s something the world can’t take away from Ethiopia is the richness of the Ethiopian coffee. Legend has it that coffee was first brewed in Ethiopia when a goat herder, Kaldi, noticed that his trip of goats became more enthusiastic after chewing on the cherries. He then took the …

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Ramadhan Delicacies You Should Try

Ramadhan is here again! For the Muslims, it means a time to observe piety and for the purposes of culturing patience, modesty and spirituality. For the rest of the foodie community, its a time to sample all those Ramadhan delicacies.  Listed below are common Ramadhan delicacies in East Africa that …

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Tourism and Hospitality Industry Patterns in Africa

Jumia Travel & Accor Hotels give insights into Africa’s Hospitality Industry, 2017 Tourism in Africa is essential for both international and intra-border trade; apart from serving as a major employer by contributing 1 /10 jobs (UNWTO) the sector also serves a unique role in cultural integration and intermediation, therefore cementing …

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