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8 years ago

Kenya natural natural parks and game reserves

The natural sceneries of Kenya are breath taking, the landscapes are wonderful. The Kenyan people naturally give a warm welcome to all the foreigners. Kenya has maintained its culture and traditions, the diversity of the wild life and natural resources will keep the Kenyan tourism vibrant forever.

Existence of natural parks and game reserves makes the natural beauty shine more in Kenya, the game parks are surrounded by different communities. The wildlife natural habitats and the birdlife team naturally, this brings beauty in viewing and taking photos of the animal and birds kingdoms  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Courses offered by Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute (KWSTI) in Naivasha, Kenya

Wildlife is the most precious that a country can have in terms of tourist attraction. Kenya through their wildlife enjoy a lot of revenue from the wildlife they have present. Kenya has also created national parks and Museums all over the country to preserve these wildlife and ensuring that they are out of danger of poaching and other negative impacts.

Kenya has even gone further to ensure that they have wildlife services to ensure these gorgeous animals have good care and protection. They have set up a Wildlife Services and train these people how to protect and handle these animals.  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Contacts Of Kenya Wildlife Service Offices In Nairobi

Kenya Wildlife Service offices are located on Lang`ata Road in Nairobi.

The postal address of Kenya Wildlife Service is P.O. Box 40241-00100, Nairobi.

The email address of Kenya Wildlife Service is customerservice@kws.org.

The telephone contacts of Kenya Wildlife Service are Toll Free 08005970000, 08001115566, 0202379407, 0726610508/9 and 0736663421. The Fax Details are 0202661923.

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8 years ago

Malindi Marine Park And Reserve In Kenya: A Tourist Attraction In Coast Kenya

Kenya is a country in Africa that is well known as a tourist destination for obvious reasons- such as Kenya`s immense diversity in both flora and marine creations. There are various reserves in Kenya that ensure that diverse creatures are well protected. One such reserve in Kenya is the Malindi Marine Park and Reserve in Coast of Kenya. The word beauty falls short of describing this splendid Malindi Marine Park and Reserve in Kenya. Malindi Marine Park and Reserve in Malindi town in Kenya is home to coral gardens, mangroves and sea grass bed  Continue reading ...


9 years ago

Kerio Valley National Reserve In Kenya: A Major Tourist Destination In Eldoret

One of the most renowned tourist attractions within the greater Rift Valley in Kenya is the Kerio Valley. Kerio Valley in Kenya is located in Iten, approximately 30 kilometers from Eldoret town. Kerio Valley tourist attraction site is between the Tugen Hills in Eldoret and the Elgeyo escarpment in Kenya. Eldoret town in Kenya is approximately 6 hours drive from Nairobi city. The Kerio Valley is located at an altitude of at least 1000m above sea level.

Kerio Valley in Kenya is approximately 80 km wide and 10 km wide at its broadest. The floor of the Kerio Valley is covered by dry tho  Continue reading ...


9 years ago

The Beautiful Scenery Of Lake Nakuru And The National Park In Nakuru, Kenya

Lake Nakuru is one of the Rift Valley lakes in Kenya. Lake Nakuru in Kenya is located approximately 5 kilometres from Nakuru town and lies at an altitude of 1750m above sea level. Lake Nakuru is found in Kivu Estate in Nakuru, and one can get there through picking a matatu to Kivu Estate from the main stage in Nakuru around Shell Petrol Station, or by a Tuktuk or a taxi in Nakuru town. Nakuru is approximately 3 hours drive from the capital city of Kenya, Nairobi. Some of the other Rift Valley lakes in Kenya are Lake Bogoria, Lake Baringo, Lake Magadi, Lake Naivasha and Lake Turkana.

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9 years ago

Is Quail Farming The New Craze In Kenya?

How can such a small bird in Kenya be causing such a furore? This little bird is the reason why many Kenyans are smiling all the way to the bank. It is a dream come true in the field of nutrition and alternative medicine in Kenya due to its myriads of benefits, among them curing cancer and a host of other lifestyle diseases in Kenya. With the prevalence of such diseases, people in Kenya have shifted from consuming highly processed foods to natural foods like wild meat, fruits and spring water. No doctor or nutritionist in Kenya in their right mind would advise anyone who wants to eat health  Continue reading ...