Posts Tagged ‘ Kenya ’

Animals are Wiser

Nov 11th, 2010 | By

So spoke the Ugandan minister for tourism, Serapio Rukundo yesterday. He was talking about the boarders between nations in East Africa yesterday. You might have Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda who are trying to make crossing their borders as easy as possible for tourists but animals take no notice of things like national boundaries.
If you have seen the pictures in Metro and other news media this morning of the annual wildebeest migration, you will know what I mean.



Returning to Kenya

Sep 8th, 2010 | By

Because of traditional links, because of a stronger developed industry or maybe because it has so much to offer, Kenya was always a popular African tourist destination for Britons. Then, a couple of years ago, the civil unrest in the country slowed tourism down. With that now a long way in the past and a new constitution that seems to be widely welcomed, Kenya is reasserting itself as a strong magnet for adventurous Britons.



The Album: August

Aug 19th, 2010 | By

CD Traveller reader, Maryann Noronha, takes us on a tour of her five favourite destinations



Staycation or Go Abroad?

Jun 14th, 2010 | By

There are signs that Britons are going further for their holidays. Last year was the year of the staycation and the government has announced that they are going to try to persuade us to holiday in the UK. But it seems we aren’t neglecting a desire to travel further afield as well. Five different destinations have announced that visitor figures from the UK are up.



So Where Are We Going This Summer?

Jul 24th, 2009 | By

All the schools have broken up now. My local rail carpark is only about half full and the 7.30am traffic jam no longer exists. That means that some of you have already started your holidays.So are you holidaying in this country, having a staycation or are you going abroad after all? We are going to have to wait a little while to see where you have actually gone as opposed to where you said you would go.But there is one guide to what is happening
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