As an entrée to the rich feast that a safari brings to one’s life, Hemingways Nairobi is perfection; luxury Kenyan hospitality at its best.
One elephant is killed every 15 minutes. Today, the International March for Elephants will take place in 15 cities around the globe.
From learning how to bargain in the Masai Market to getting kissed by a baby giraffe, Nairobi offers so much more than what meets than eye.
Baby orphaned elephants need supportive foster ‘parents’, just like human babies do. Since 1977, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi, Kenya rescues abandoned baby elephants, nutures them and eventually reintroduces them to their natural habitat. The Voyage Vixens weren’t able to leave Sheldrick without fostering one of the elephants – KITHAKA – as a gift for […]
Kenya’s capital is a hot bed for burgeoning artists and fashion designers. Naturally, a sizzling nightlife follows suit in response to the creative pulse. Keep reading on Societe Perrier here.