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Ethiopia

“Ethiopia has a lot to offer to tourists: from the Blue Nile falls to world-class archaeological sites and warm and welcoming people. Ethiopian Airlines, which also has daily flights between Addis Ababa and Brussels, is marshaling massive operations worldwide with excellent services to incoming and outgoing tourists, says an article appeared in the Brussels Times […]

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Kenya and Tanzania

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Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha – one of only two fresh-water lakes in the Great Rift Valley (which runs from the Red Sea to Southern Africa, dotted with many fresh and salt water lakes, crates and volcanoes) – was the first hydroport in East Africa and was the centre of the opulent ‘Happy Valley’ settler population during the […]

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Lake Nakuru National Park

The Great Rift Valley (which runs from the Red Sea to Southern Africa, dotted with many fresh and salt water lakes, crates and volcanoes) has Lake Nakuru as one of its most visited salt water lakes. Lake Nakuru National Park is a RAMSAR SITE encompassing the lake and surrounding game viewing area reknown as a […]

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Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya, with its snow capped peaks 5,199 m. high, is Kenya’s highest mountain and certainly one of the most beautiful mountains anywhere. Its slopes are covered with rich deciduous and bamboo forests and open high altitude moorland just below the glaciers and snowfields. Wildlife resident within the forest includes elephant, buffalo and even lion, […]

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Meru National Park

Brilliant on a magnificent scale, the Meru and Kora sister parks feature luxuriant jungle, coursing rivers, verdant swamp, khaki grasslands and gaunt termite cathedrals all under the sky’s great blue bowl. Little visited and utterly unspoilt, few places are comparable to the remote and rugged atmosphere found here. Visitors can see Grevy’s zebras, elephants, Bohor […]

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The breathtaking Aberdare National Park

The Aberdare National Park Created in 1948, the Aberdare National Park is a 492 sq Km fairytale paradise of dense highland forest and misty spaces of Afro-alpine moorland, deep gorges, and ravines where icy rivers plunge in glorious cascades and waterfalls such as the Gura (791ft) or Karura Falls (894ft). The Kikuyu name for the […]

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Nairobi

Nairobi, Kenya’s Capital, located at 1°16′S 36°48′E is a well-planned modern city of over three million inhabitants. Originally simply called ‘Mile 327’, it began in 1899 as a basic camp and supply depot for the construction workers building the Kenya-Uganda ‘lunatic express’ railway. To the indigenous inhabitants, Maasais – the proud and majestic nomadic pastoralists […]

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Rwanda

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Tanzania

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