How to become a smart money traveler

Via Business Monthly Magazine BY JOSEPHINE WAWIRA More than often we shelve our travel plans due to the idea of how many expenses we must put up with. From booking ‘expensive’ flights to staying at ‘unaffordable’ hotels and having to deal with unanticipated outlays is absolutely something we need to cushion by making smart money moves.... Continue Reading →

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Where to go yurt glamping in Oregon

By Josephine Wawira We know them as Manyatta in Kenya; those circular structures common in the Eastern Province and among the Nomadic people in the country. They are simple thatched homesteads that bring about the cultural feel of a clan. Synonymous with Africa, the Manyattas are also common in other parts of the world, here,... Continue Reading →

#WorldEnvironmentDay2018 TV Interview

Live on set at Y-254 TV Discussing Online Travel and Tourism in Kenya and Africa As we celebrate #WorldEnvironmentDay2018, I urge all travelers to do so responsibly, taking only memories and leaving only footprints. Catching up with the host after the interview. #HappyWorldEnvironmentDay2018!

Africa’s Travel Indaba gets a taste of Madiba Magic

In celebration of African art, song and memory, renowned South African playwright and artistic director of the Market Theatre, James Ngcobo, has produced a stellar showcase of the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela in celebration of the former statesman’s 100th birthday. This forms part of the official opening of Africa’s Travel Indaba hosted by South... Continue Reading →

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