Mar 14
Five things to consider when looking for hotels in Kenya

Travelling around Kenya is possible using a private car or, if more adventurous, public transport. This ease of access to different locations has enabled accommodations of varying budgets to book your stays quickly. Here are five quick ways and tips for booking a stay whenever you are travelling around Kenya.   1¬†Booking.com Probably the leading […]

Mar 14
Treehouse Airbnb in Naivasha Kenya

Tree houses are not that popular in Kenya, so having one less than five minutes from Naivasha town is a rare treat. Situated on top of a hill, the Naivasha tree house on Airbnb accommodates up to five people. The design of the tree house stands out compared to the other more traditional structured dwellings […]

Mar 14
Andavelo house Lamu Airbnb

Lamu island is recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site. It holds a lot of history dating back to the 14th century and is a popular tourist destination in Kenya with one of the best sunsets you will see. The narrow streets of Lamu make it the only town in Kenya with no vehicles. Primarily, […]

Mar 14
Lions cave camp – mini glamping in Samburu

Lions cave camp is a magnificent destination next to river Ewaso Nyiro in Samburu county. River Ewaso Nyiro cuts across several national parks and reserves like the Buffalo springs, Samburu national reserve and Shaba national reserve. The river shores provide some of the most spectacular wildlife viewings in Kenya, with hundreds of elephants, zebras, and […]

Mar 14
Champagne ridge stunning Airbnb in Kenya

Recently, rift valley escarpments have become popular, with hotels and Airbnb’s built to take advantage of the expansive views of the rift valley floor. Near to Nairobi, in Kajiado, the now famously known champagne ridge offers some of the best Airbnb and homestays in Kenya. They range from tiny houses to big homestays along the […]

Mar 14
Sleeping in the manyattas in Eliye springs

The Turkana tribe, found in Northern Kenya, have been predominantly harders moving from one location to another in search of greener pastures for their livestock. This has been common throughout Africa with communities living in desert-like areas. Due to this way of living, the type of houses they built for centuries has been a design […]