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Elephant Pepper Camp – My Review of My Recent Stay There

Tracey Campbell - June 7, 2011

Well, better late than never, I guess … I have just 3 more ‘roving reports’ to write and blog about from my trip to the Masai Mara in Kenya all those weeks ago (well, March, so not that long ago I guess). The 2nd camp I stayed at in the Mara was Elephant Pepper Camp. […] Read More

Kenya Holiday for under £780 per person

Tracey Campbell - May 13, 2011

Tsavo National Park, which covers nearly 22,000 km2, is the largest National Park in Kenya, in fact, it is one of the largest in the world. As Tsavo is so close to Mombasa (less than 100 km), it is an ideal destination for anyone wanting to combine the thrill of a safari with some relaxing […] Read More

Get Ready for the Greatest Show on Earth ….

Tracey Campbell - May 10, 2011

The wildebeest have gathered. The calves have been born. It is about to start …. Yes, we are talking about the famous Great Migration, which every year sees over 1.5 million wildebeest, 200,000 zebras and 350,000 gazelles follow the rains en mass from the Serengeti Plains in Tanzania up to Kenya’s Masai (also spelled Maasai) […] Read More

My Stay at Porini Lion Camp

Tracey Campbell - April 29, 2011

My first ever trip to the famous Masai Mara. To say I was excited was a bit of an understatement. From Nairobi, I caught the Safarilink flight to the Mara. Upon landing, I was approached my guide from Porini Lion Camp, who was dressed in traditional Masai garb – and welcomed warmly to the Mara. […] Read More

The Majlis … Marvellous !!

Tracey Campbell - April 15, 2011

I stayed at The Majlis for the very last night of my recent business trip to Kenya. There is nothing about it that I can fault at all. You arrive by boat, having sped past the gorgeously large houses and villas of Shela on the mainland, and jump out onto the warm sand. The entrance […] Read More

Kipungani – Beach Heaven !!

Tracey Campbell - March 24, 2011

Destination – the Kenyan Coast. The northern part. Namely – Lamu Archipelago. And Kipungani. I landed at Manda airstrip, on a Safarilink 2 hour flight from Wilson, Nairobi. The grass airstrip was a bit bumpy, but not too bad. Met by Kipungani’s representative, and escorted down to the waiting boat, which would take me on […] Read More

Porini Rhino Camp –

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Porini Rhino Camp is located in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a 90,000 acre wildlife conservancy situated between the foot hills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snowcapped Mount Kenya. My flight up to the Nanyuki airstrip was an adventure in itself – Safarilink laid on possibly the smallest plane I have ever been in – […] Read More

Tortilis Camp in Amboseli

Tracey Campbell - March 22, 2011

I arrived at Tortilis Camp in time for lunch, and was greeted enthuasically by Andrea and Manuela, the husband and wife Italian camp management team, and immediately you think ‘I am going to enjoy staying here!’. My room, or rather my tent, was lovely – if I had to use one word, it would be […] Read More

My Trip to Kenya – My Nairobi Experience

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And I say ‘experience’ in the nicest possible way ! I went to Nairobi full of preconceptions about the city, and I was proved completely wrong. I actually loved it, and whilst it will never ever be a holiday highlight of your trip to Kenya (well, given that it is competing against fabulous wildlife and […] Read More

Porini Amboseli Camp – My Visit There

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Having just returned from a 2 week trip to Kenya, this is the first report about the 10 places I stayed at. Porini Amboseli Camp in the Selenkay Conservancy – what a fabulous place ! I was picked up from the Amboseli airstrip by my 2 guides, Harry and Jonah, and immediately offered a coffee! […] Read More