NEW TRAVEL AFRICA MAGAZINE ‘SPRING EDITION’ IS OUT
A few days ago was the latest edition of the highly acclaimed ‘Travel Africa Magazine’ released and subscribers will be able to find one of Africa’s finest travel publications in their P.O. Box, or as is the case delivered by the post man. At the same time was the e-version of ‘Travel Zambia Extra’ posted on the web and is accessible via www.ta-emags.com/V1/Zambia/TZX3
The printed editions of Travel Africa, Travel Zambia, Travel Namibia and Travel Zimbabwe are now supplemented with added e-releases of the magazines, which provide the latest updates and information about the destination.
Nothing however, adds this correspondent, compares to holding the ‘real thing’ in one’s hands and leafing through the pages, absorbing the most amazing travel stories to be told from the continents’ leading safari destinations.
NAIROBI TENTED CAMP TURNS VISITOR FAVOURITE
The ‘cat is out of the bag’ finally and the ‘best kept secret’ it is no longer – the Nairobi Tented Camp, located inside the Nairobi National Park has made such an impact on the market that it has turned crowd favourite only months after commencing operations.
TripAdvisor reviews are raving about the camp, game viewing is described as superb – the ‘Friends of Nairobi National Park’ will be delighted about this added good publicity – and the safari trade has taken the ‘hints’ and is now booking NTC as a first and / or last night stop more and more frequently.
New manageress Kim Pierce has now also settled in after moving from the coast to Nairobi, where she has taken over the day to day running of NTC.
The new camp is – almost needless to say – on Facebook where over 1.000 ‘fans’ have already ‘liked’ it, and on Twitter to make it easy for guests and friends of NTC to follow events, share experiences and see records of game seen in the vicinity of the camp and further in the park.
Hence, when coming to Kenya for a safari, do ask your safari operator to include the Nairobi Tented Camp for the first / last night stay rather than ending up in a faceless city hotel which could be located anywhere.
See more about the camp www.nairobitentedcamp.com and for still more information, find them on Facebook via www.facebook.com/nairobitentedcamp or follow them on Twitter @NBITentedCamp