IN THIS ISSUE 2018-07-06T08:36:20+00:00

IN THIS ISSUE…

Jambo!

Welcome to our eighth issue of Why I Love Kenya, the official magazine of the Kenya Tourism Board and Kenya Tourism Federation.

In this issue, we offer you a uniquely far-reaching safari that can be enjoyed either on screen or from the comfort of your armchair. We’ll be taking you ruby mining in Tsavo West National Park and offering you a ringside seat at the Maasai Olympics in Amboseli. We’ll also introduce you to our very own Olympian, ‘King’ David Rudisha, who’ll be telling you why he loves Kenya.

Heading north to the heat-shimmering Samburu lands, we’ll invite you to take a plunge into the crystal-clear natural swimming pool of Buffalo Springs. And returning to Nairobi, we’ll take you shopping for some utterly unique gifts and introduce you to the wonders of Nairobi National Park – the only city park in the world.

Finally, in this special conference feature, we’ll give you an insight into all that Kenya has in store for those planning a conference, meeting or commercial event.

Karibu.

Jane Barsby,
Managing Editor

“Discover & Experience Our Beautiful Country…”

EDITOR’S PICKS…

2018-07-09T06:01:55+00:00

Kenya: The conference venue you’ll never forget

Meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (or MICE) drive global commerce. A well-planned event inspires manpower, strengthens brand, enhances customer relations, tightens networks and throws wide the doors of the commercial horizon. For ultimate impact, [...]

2018-07-06T09:16:58+00:00

Swimming pools and skirmishes in Buffalo Springs

The sign reads ‘natural swimming pool’ and points into the middle of the wilderness. We’re in Buffalo Springs National Reserve, one of the triad of northern reserves that also contains Shaba and Samburu. Swimming [...]

2018-07-06T09:24:33+00:00

Drifting South on the wings of Monsoon winds

If you’re thinking of exploring Kenya’s famous Indian Ocean coastline aboard an ocean-going dhow, you won’t be the first to do so. The earliest report of such a trip was written in the 1st [...]