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Travel To Kenya Safari Destination and Nairobi Tours, Trips and Attractions

Nairobi, Kenya, 2017-Aug-12 — /EPR TRAVEL NEWS/ — The Magical Kenya is still on – Restoring the Tourism confidence in Kenya as a hub of Both Business and Leisure Travelers.

Holidays are everybody’s ideal way to relax and see the world. As our guests get to experience the wildlife and other products we have to offer such conservation is of out most important. We support conservation by preferring to prioritize Eco-lodges and thereafter the other camps and Budget Camps as well.

 

The Amboseli National Park is very near Nairobi about 3 hours drive one way. At these eco-facilities you will be able to learn more about how important they are to secure the existence of the local environment and how you are directly helping the local community by choosing to stay in such an accommodation.

Nairobi City Tours
Nairobi National Park Tour
Lake Nakuru National Park Tour
Full Day Nairobi Tour to National Park, Karen Blixen, Giraffe center
Elephant Orphanage Tour from Nairobi

Flying Packages to the Masai Mara National Park
Governors Camps
Kichwa Tembo Tented Camp
Mara Interpids Club – Explorer

Kenya Elections
Kenya has just concluded its General Election in August, 2017. The tourism industry is set to compensate in the coming months from setback of negative reporting especially from international media channels. In some instances this is not the true state on the ground and only affects some areas cluster and NOT the whole country. Most tourist visited areas are not affected. We urge travelers to seek clarification from credible sources of the Kenya Foreign Missions in their Home country or Ministry of Foreign affairs of Kenya. However, we are optimistic that the work done in the past by Hon. Najib Balala and his teams all over the world will not decrease but increase in the coming months and years.

Popular Nairobi Tours, Trips and Attractions
Nairobi National Park Tours gains popularity with transit travelers and conference delegates in Nairobi, Kenya. Nairobi is a hub of meetings and conferences almost every week there are numerous meetings and conferences taking place. The Nairobi National Park Tour offered by Cruzeiro Safaris has impressively gained popularity. Being an hourly tour delegates and travelers on transit see it as valuable time spent with the limited time they have in Nairobi.

 

Cruzeiro Safaris has several hourly tours but the Nairobi National Park Tour with affordable prices has proved to be the top ranking and it’s forecasted to be till the end of the year. Nairobi National Park is home to many species of wildlife including endangered black rhinos, lions, leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, buffaloes, giraffes and diverse bird life. Nairobi’s skyscrapers can be seen from the park. The Nairobi Tour is offered two times a day making it easy for delegates to book pre and post conference time and traveler on transit to manage their pick up and drop off times effectively. The timings are said to be early morning at 6am and 2pm depending on location of guest hotel. Morning tours are said to be more productive than afternoon however one can choose according to the time available for the guest. Single travelers often have a problem because most of the tours are available for a minimum of 2, (however, they pay less the 2nd persons park entry fee) then they are assured of the tour. It’s also important to send an email or call to ask if there is a group to join any number to use +254722370833 or +254710729021 or visit – https://cruzeiro-safaris.com/nairobi-national-park

 

ABOUT US:
Cruzeiro Safaris Kenya Limited is a tours and travel company based in Nairobi, Kenya. It’s mandated to provide tours and safaris to everyone willing to be enlightened about travel destinations priority being Kenya then other countries.

Contact-Details:

Claudia Kabui
Cruzeiro Safaris Kenya
www.cruzeiro-safaris.com
info@cruzeiro-safaris.com
Tel: +254-722-370833 or +254-710-729021
Mumias South Road, Buru Buru Shopping Center, Visions Place

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Take part in the Land’s End Sport Relief event to raise money for charity

The Sainsbury’s Sport Relief event is to take place on March 25th 2012 and there are hundreds of locations from which members of the public can take part in this excellent charity run, but perhaps one of the most scenic is Land’s End, the extreme south westerly point of Britain.

Located in West Cornwall, Land’s End makes a stunning sight for tourists every year, but to make the most of this huge UK attraction while doing your bit for charity consider the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile. This event occurs every year and raises money for disadvantaged people within the UK, including young people with mental health difficulties, isolated older people and whole local communities that need help in order to improve residents’ lives.

Similar to all other Sport Relief locations, participants can choose between one mile, three miles or six miles when taking part in the Land’s End event, so people will be able to pick the best option for them. The choice of running the Sport Relief Mile at Land’s End offers up the opportunity to take in some incredible scenery while raising money for charity, so the event can be extra special.

David Bryans, General Manager of Land’s End said: “We’re thrilled to be working alongside the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile and would like to encourage members of the public to sign up for this event.

“Anyone can join in, but we think one of the best ways to do so is to sign up with a group of friends or as a family so that you can raise money for an excellent cause with your best friends and family members. It costs hardly anything to participate – £6 for adults, £3 for children or £15 for a family of four. If you want to help those who need it most sign up for the Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Mile at Land’s End today.”

To find out more about the Land’s End Sport Relief event, visit www.landsend-landmark.co.uk or go straight to the Sport Relief website to sign up.

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National Trust Relieves Bank Holiday Getaway Stress

The National Trust is joining the drive to make the August bank holiday journeys less painful by setting up its own unique network of alternative ‘motorway service areas’.

The Bank Holiday is traditionally one of the busiest weekends for holiday traffic. According to the Highways Agency Friday evening, Saturday lunchtime and Monday afternoon are expected to be the busiest on the roads this weekend, especially on the main holiday routes, as people set out and return from short breaks or day trips.

Mark Harold, National Trust Director for the South West, explained: “This weekend many holiday makers will make the journey to the South West heading for the beautiful coast and countryside, and with Britain’s roads taking the brunt of the holiday traffic we’re encouraging people to plan around the congestion to make the journey an enjoyable part of the holiday.”

Instead of a hurried burger and loo break at a motorway service area, the National Trust has identified 30 of its places to visit which are conveniently located only a few miles from motorway junctions and A-roads.

These bank holiday places to visit, which include built properties and countryside locations, can provide a more relaxing break with plenty of space to park, picnic, take a quick countryside walk with the dog and enjoy some local, seasonal food during the holiday getaway.

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The National Trust Opens Tom-Foolery At Wimpole This August

The National Trust is opening Wimpole Home Farm for its tenth Tomato Festival on the 21st and 22nd August, allowing tomato enthusiasts to see, smell and taste over 50 different varieties of one of Britain’s best loved fruits.

Varieties which are available for sampling will include ‘orange strawberry’, a heart-shaped, deep orange tomato with a strong and sweet taste, and ‘black zebra’, a deep burgundy tomato, with a sweet, juicy taste.

Tomato experts will also be on hand to offer advice and encouragement to visitors interested in growing and enjoying home-grown tomatoes, and there will be many stalls and games for visitors to enjoy.

Philip Whaites, head gardener at the National Trust’s Wimpole Hall, said: “The Tomato Festival has become really popular over the last ten years.

“Tomatoes are a wonderful, diverse fruit which can be easily grown in a sunny spot in your garden.

“We’ll have expert growers on hand to offer advice, and there will be new recipes for visitors to take away to try.”

One such recipe is a tasty Wimpole tomato and basil ice cream, created by Paul Massingham, the National Trust’s catering adviser for the region.

He said: “It sounds odd, but this concoction tastes delicious. There are always more creative things you can do with tomatoes, they’re so versatile.”

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National Trust Encourages Families To Grow Their Own Food Whilst Discovering Their Heritage

The National Trust has announced and organised a selection of new events and activities to be enjoyed by families around the UK during the summer as part of its Food Glorious Food campaign.

Food Glorious Food is a National Trust campaign to celebrate and promote sustainably produced local, seasonal and home-grown food. F r o m  May through to October 2010 there’s a programme of events across the country, f r o m farmer’s markets and tasting days to kitchen garden demonstrations, seed planting and cookery workshops. Plus, over 100 participating National Trust properties will be giving away free plug plants and vegetable seeds to visitors as part of an initiative to help families to grow their own food.

An example of this is ‘How Does Your Garden Grow?’ which is an event that is taking place on the 6th of June in Wallington, Northumberland. It includes demonstrations f r o m the gardening team, children’s trail and activities, seed planting and guided walks and talks. The invitation is open for all those who are interested in learning how to grow your own plants and food and use the local and seasonal produce to their optimum potential.

Each event lasts for at least a day so could be used for a few days out during the summer. The events being hosted by the National Trust are spread over the UK so there are plenty of places to visit.

These events are part of a campaign to encourage families to find out more about their national heritage and to make the most of what is around them whether it would be plants or food, offering an alternative to spending more money in shops than is necessary.

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