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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 10:06

Romantic Getaways in Diani

When planning a trip to the Coast with your family,Duara Safaris recommends the following places to stay:-

Diani Reef And Spa Resort- Diani

Diani Reef and Spa

Diani Reef Beach Resort & Spa Is An Ideal Getaway For The Luxury Traveler Seeking For The Unique Beach Holidays Resport In The South Coast Of Kenya.

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Leopard Beach-Diani

Leopard Beach Resort

Leopard Beach Resort offers accommodation, on one of Kenya's best beaches.

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Swahili Beach

Swahili Beach


A five star resort offering  a harmonious blend of the architectural influences from the East African coast, Arabia, India, and Zanzibar offering an air of sophistication and  comfort to its guests.

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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 08:31

Pilli Pipa Dhow Safari

Pilli Pipa Dhow Safari


Kisite-Mpunguti Marine Park which has the best reef in Kenya in terms of species diversity, coral quality and reef build-up. T

What To See

Coral formations, dolphins, turtles, sting rays, moray eels and a bewildering variety of sea life.

Activities Include:-

Guided snorkelling in the protected waters.

Lunch on Wasini Island  for a delicious Seafood Banquet a Robinson Crusoe hideaway

Visit Shimoni Slave Caves Community project


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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 08:22

White Water Rafting

White Water Rafting

A rafting trip on the river offers a combination of 16 kms of White Water and 12 km of clear river ideal for calm drifts through spectacular scenery.A days rafting on the Tana includes a full BBQ lunch.

White Water Rafting Day Tour from Nairobi takes place on Tana River about only 95 kilometer from Nairobi the Tana River. White Water Rafting on Kenya's rivers is a great experience and the program lasts around 4 hours where guests can enjoy nature and a relaxing glide on the river)


Athi River and Tana River are locations where one can go white water rafting. Just 95kms out of Nairobi, the Tana River has some excellent rapids.


The seasons for rafting are early November to mid- March and mid April to end of august.



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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 07:11

Things to Do In Nairobi


Go on Safari at the Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park


Learn about Kenya’s 42 cultures including the Famous Maasai Warriors

Bomas of Kenya


Feed the Giraffes at The Giraffe Centre

The Giraffe Centre


Take a Nairobi City Tour

Nairobi City Tour


Visit The Kenya  National Museum

Nairobi National Museum


Shop at the Famous Maasai Market

Maasai Market


Have a Matatu Experience



Ride an Ostrich at the Maasai Ostrich Farm

Ostrich Farm


Visit the Nairobi Snake Park

The Nairobi Snake Park


Support the Shedrick Elephant Orphanage

Shedrick Elephant Orpahnage ShedrickElephant Orphanage


Enjoy the Exhilarating Nightlife of Nairobi Clubs

Night Clubs & Bars

Tuesday, 14 May 2013 07:02

Imperial Hotel Kisumu

Imperial Hotel Kisumu

Imperial Hotel Kisumu  is situated in  the shores of the worlds’ second largest fresh water lake -Lake Victoria.

The Rooms

Imperial Hotel Kisumuhas  70 spacious rooms with first class accommodation facilities.


Imperial Hotel Kisumu is located along Jomo Kenya Highway, 8 Kilometers from Kisumu Airport. Ism is located 355 Kilometers North of Nairobi. By road: Kisumu is 350 km from Nairobi, 53 Kilometers from Katanga, 83 Kilometers from Jericho, 121 Kilometers from Kisii and 142 Kilometers from Homa Bay.

How to Get There

By air: the trip by air to Nairobi takes around one hour. By water: Kisumu is linked by ferry with Kendu Bay, Homa Bay and Mbita as well as to neighboring countries)


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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:48

Baringo Island camp

Baringo Island Camp

Island Camp is located on Lake Baringo in  the Rift Valley, one of Kenya’s premier areas for bird watching. Island Camp Baringo is small, exclusive and remote.


Island Camp Baringo is located on the island of Ol Kokwe in Lake Baringo approximately 208 kilometers north of the capital Nairobi and in the Great Rift Valley .

The Rooms

All tents are shaded by a roof of Papyrus (local reeds) and are separated by green lawns and natural rockeries. They overlook Lake Baringo and beyond to the Great Rift Valley. The majority of the Tents face the east to catch the beautiful sunrises across Lake Baringo. Island Camp Baringo bedrooms are equipped with en-suite bathroom, private veranda and furniture,


Things to do While in Baringo Island Camp

boat and walking excursions, water sports, sundowners on Lesukut Island, room service, fishing, swimming, laundry service, entertainment by traditional dancers and local airstrip transfers.

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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:30

The Nairobi Tented Camp


Nairobi Tented Camp

Nairobi Tented Camp is an authentic tented camp in the heart of Nairobi National Park. It's the first accommodation of any sort to be allowed in this unique wildlife safari destination, home to lions, leopard, rhinos and a diversity of the savannah wildlife.


The Park

The park is home to  over  4000 zebra, 1000 wildebeest , 14 species of antelope and nearly 40 throughout the year.

An estimated population of nearly 40 lions, healthy leopard numbers including a resident one not far from the camp and spotted hyena as well as the occasional cheetah can be seen here.


The Camp

The camp consists of eight luxury en-suite tents, as well as elegant dining and living areas, comfortably nestled in a beautiful olive and croton.

The Camp also has the facilities to host small conferences and can sleep up to 16 delegates for business communication and team building exercises. For residents, it is the perfect weekend getaway

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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:13

Msambweni Beach House

Msambweni Beach House

Msambweni Beach House & Private Villas is located south of Mombasa past Diani Beach.Msambweni house is a family owned luxury and run exclusive house consisting of one main house, with three spacious rooms, one ocean suite and three totally private villas.


Msambweni is two-and-a-half hours from Mombasa's Moi International Airport, and just under an hour from the Ukunda Domestic Airpor

Msambweni House is in a quiet, unspoilt, unique setting on the beach surrounded by 28 acres of natural landthat  offers 700 feet of private beach with  4 miles of  white, sandy coastline .

Things to do While Staying at Msambweni House

Cultural visits to local village


Sailing with a local fishing boat

Mountain biking

Massage, pedicures&  manicures.


Scuba diving, motorised watersports

Deep sea fishing

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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:08

Eldoret- City Of Champions


The Home Of The World’s Greatest Athletes

Eldoret is a town in western of Rift Valley Region lying 2100 metres above sea level at the airport to more than 2700 metres in nearby areas (7000–9000 feet).

The population was 193,830 in 1999 and it is currently the fastest growing town in Kenya, and currently the 5th largest in Kenya.

The name "Eldoret" is based on the Maasai word "eldore" meaning "stony river" because the bed of the nearby Sosiani River is very stony. The white settlers decided to call it Eldoret to make it easier for them to pronounce it.

Eldoret is the hometown of numerous legendary Kenyan runners, the most renowned of whom is Kipchoge Keino. The high altitude is an ideal training ground for many middle and long distance athletes. The runners from Eldoret have contributed significantly to the economy of Eldoret town from their winnings in races all over the world.

Eldoret is also surrounded by a very agricultural area, and for this reason is home to many farmers.

The town is now home to a large market, Moi University and Eldoret International Airport. It is also known for its cheese factory. Major industries include textiles, wheat, pyrethrum and corn. The town has a number of factories.

During  the colonial era, the area was occupied by the Nandi, before that by the Maasai and before that the Sirikwa.

Kenyan athletes, the likes of the legendary Kipchoge Keino and Henry Rono, decades ago set the bar high and established the country’s prowess as an athletics powerhouse.

Ever since, Kenya has become a gold mine for world beating champion athletes and runners.


Sports Tourism

This fertile ground for the development of world beating athletes has created an international phenomenon, as many runners across the world seek to come and discover the source of Kenya’s athletic prowess.

Eldoret town which attracts world best athletes to come and train with Kenya’s best runners.

Sports tourism is the largest export from Eldoret and its environs .There are several high altitude training camps in the Great Rift Valley and Central Kenya attract many international athletes, yearning to share in a little of that which builds Kenya’s runners.

Some of the big names that have set camp in Iten, Kenya in preparation for major athletic meets such as the Olympics are Britain's Paula Radcliffe and Mo Farah

Tuesday, 14 May 2013 06:02

The Exclusive Laikipia


Laikipia District is located on the Equator in the Rift Valley Province of the country.. Laikipia is a vast expanse of wild country in the central highlands of Kenya - it covers almost 2 million acres and runs from Mt Kenya in the East to the Rift Valley in the west.

Ranging from the foothills of Mt Kenya towards the north and west, the vegetation varies from indigenous forest to rock, arid scrub and steep river valleys.


Laikipia Conservancy

This spectacular region is considered the gateway to Kenya’s wild Northern frontier country. Wild and sparsely populated, much of Laikipia is covered by large privately owned ranches.

On most ranches cattle share the land with free ranging wildlife. In recent years this wildlife has become a valuable asset, with many ranches now establishing guest houses, homestays and private camps within their boundaries.

Centred on the original Laikipia National Reserve, this area has become a sanctuary for Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, and a wealth of plains game, including many endemic Northern species.

Laikipia has become a focus for many conservation efforts, and some ranches have become breeding sanctuaries for Rhinoceros.



This area sees relatively little rainfall but can be deceptively cold at night during certain times of the year.

The district has a cool, temperate climate with both rainy and dry seasons.


The People & Culture

The Kikuyu form about 60% of the population, with the balance composed of several other ethnic communities, including Laikipia Maasai, Samburu, Meru, Borana, Kalenjin, Somali, European, Asian, and Turkana,

Economic activity in the district consists mainly of tourism and agriculture, chiefly grain crops, ranching and greenhouse horticulture.


How to Get To Laikipia

This area of wilderness is accessible by road from Nanyuki, Baringo, Eldoret or Isiolo. It is important to remember that many of the ranches and the roads therein, are privately owned. Some ranches allow day visitors with their own transport, others do not. Visitors should always make enquiries in advance.

If you are visiting a ranch with your own private transport, ask for directions and preferably a map, in advance.

Many ranches and sanctuaries have their own airstrips, which can be used by charter aircraft. Most ranches will arrange to transfer guests directly by air or road from Nairobi or any other destination, as part of their service.


Where to Stay in Laikipia

There are various types of accommodation from small lodges, to tented amp and villas.

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Things to Do

Laikipia is a game rich area, and offers plenty for the wildlife enthusiast and Laikipia’s ranches specialize in offering a diverse range of game viewing opportunities, including game drives night game drives, guided walking, bird walks, camel and horseback game viewing, and more.

Trekking (Walking Safari)

Most of the properties offer guided game walks, with a local guide who can organize a game walk to suit individual  interests.

Horse Riding (Horseback Safari)

Some Laikipia ranches have stables with horses for use or hire by guests. Guided rides through the ranch offers a  exhilarating way of observing game up close.


Many ranches offer fishing either in local rivers or well stocked dams. Tackle and fishing guides are usually provided.

Helicopter Safaris

Some of the ranches in Laikipia can arrange 'heli-camping' in which a helicopter is used to transport guests to remote destinations where a luxury camp awaits and also to view the local landscapes and wildlife.


On some Ranches, there are facilities for shooting facilities. Game bird shooting and Clay pigeon can be arranged in private sanctuaries. Shotguns and all equipment is provided.


Many sanctuaries offer mountain bikes for guest use or hire, and guided cycling trips can be arranged.

Camel Safaris

Camel Safaris is used to explore the ranches of Laikipia.

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