When thinking about going camping I’m sure the first thing that comes to a lot of our minds is the lovely stretch along Lake Naivasha which includes several campsites such as Fishermans, Cray Fish and Camp Carnelley’s. All great places but sometimes you just want to get off the beaten track without having to venture … More Back to Basics- Lake Oloiden
There are some places in this world that take your breath away. Raha Mstarehe is one of them. Less than two hours out of Nairobi, set on the cliffs of Champagne ridge, this is a place where you’re bound to find peace and forget about time altogether. (Read our previous article on Olurur House to … More Raha Mstarehe – Where time stands still (Champagne Ridge)
Our guest blogger Sanjeev Jandu recently went on a trip to Nanyuki. Read below on her lovely long weekend. I wanted to get away from the city life for a long romantic weekend, but somewhere I could still find things to do around town. And what better place to go than Nanyuki? This little town … More Nanyuki Getaway
There’s something about camping that liberates you – the simplicity of life and being at one with nature, it’s a breath of fresh air (literally!) that my mind and body need ever so often. It had been a while since I’d stepped out into the wild and pitched up a tent – the urge was … More Camp Carnelley’s and everything in between
Hmm oh, sweet chai o’ mine. Limuru is a breath of fresh air! Tucked away in the lush plains of Limuru is Kiambethu Tea Farm. Once you pass Banana Hill, you drive through a winding road cutting through rolling hills of beautiful tea farms. Isn’t Limuru stunning? Kiambethu was bought and farmed by AB McDonell … More Tea bliss in Kiambethu
I recently ventured out to a mysterious place called Ngare Ndare Forest for the weekend. Usually, when I think of beautiful blue cascading waterfalls and large canopy forests I think of exotic places like Thailand and Brazil. Little did I know it was right on my doorstep… The forest is about a 4-hour drive from … More Magical Ngare Ndare
You have a dog, you have a car, you have a passion for traveling. There aren’t many places in Kenya where you can take your four-legged best friend.