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It is wonderful that the world is opening after what can arguably be termed as the ‘dark times,’ when the whole world came to terms with the fact that life is a game of chances. You must be ecstatic about the availability of the vaccination, and the idea of being able to move freely without the constant fear of getting infected. At the back of your mind, you are thinking it would be a good idea to jet away to somewhere exotic, with the hope that it will help reset your mind back to the right place. At the same time, I bet you are cautiously optimistic given that the world is still in the middle of a pandemic, and also a vacation now means coming back to a huge backlog of work.

HOLD IT RIGHT THERE! Remember when the walls of your home were all you’d see and the farthest you could go was outside your door? Taking a vacation doesn’t sound like a bad idea anymore now, does it? It is time for a well-deserved break in an environment as far away from the depressing four walls of your home, and the monotony of your town or city as possible!

How about a Safari & Tour of Sub-Saharan Africa?

Now that I’ve got you thinking about taking time off to clear your mind and heal, I’ll tell you about my favorite holiday destination: Africa. Africa is and will always be my favorite holiday destination because of the diversity in culture, language and nature. Every time I visit, I am guaranteed to have an exotic experience with a touch of western influence while enjoying the joy of meeting and making new friends.

You can decide to go for the Maasai Mara experience that includes visiting Game Parks which gives an unadulterated first had view of the game of cat and mouse that is the normal for the predator and prey of the Mara plains. If this is not your cup of tea, there is the option of a quiet holiday experience designed to let you meditate while enjoying the beauty of nature at one of the many campsites and lodges scattered around Kenya’s and Tanzania’s savannah landscape. Some tourists love the idea of meeting the natives to learn about their way of living and making friends and you can do this through community-based activities such as the Kitengela Glass.




For those of you who have been there, you can agree that the diversity in entertainment and experience is extremely satisfying. You can join a Maasai ceremony at the Amboseli National Park and see how much you higher you can outjump a Maasai Moran, who can jump as high as 50 centimeters, or how far you can outthrow a Maasai in a spear and rungu throwing competition.Lao Tzu says time is a created concept and the idea of no time means unwillingness to partake. Well, the African Safari Tour is an opportunity to experience the sounds, emotions, smells and sights that come with the experience. It is a moment to exist without thinking about the close deadlines or the annual goals that could not be met because of the pandemic.

A holiday is never complete without gifts and souvenirs as a reminder. We have AFRICA THEMED T-SHIRTS That are a must have on your African tour. The variety in color and design is solid and even better, we do customized T-shirt with your favorite quotes. Found a funny or inspiring quote that will resonate with the people and country in Africa you wish to visit? Let us know and will have it on an African-themed T-shirt for you in a heartbeat!

Remember: “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So, throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” Mark Twain



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