If you are looking for a holiday with a difference, one that combines eco-consciousness with sweeping beach sunsets and once in a lifetime wildlife encounters, then Kenya should be on your list. My adventures in Kenya,
I’ve had the great privilege of visiting The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Elephant Orphanage in Nairobi a couple of times. Here incredible work is being done in rescuing and rehabilitating orphaned elephants and rhinos. There are
Kenya. – Me chilling at the Mombasa bus stop before taking the ten hour bus ride through Tsavo National Park and endless remote settlements, passing traders with everything from watermelon to freshly roasted cashew nuts for
Kenya. – Meet Maxwell. He was found in 2007, aged about one years old, running around aimlessly in the Nairobi National Park. The elephant keepers who were out in the forest as usual with the
Kenya. – It’s about 5pm on a beautiful afternoon in Nairobi and I’m standing with a group of visitors waiting for the baby elephants to arrive back from the park where they’ve spent the day.