Kereita Forest also known as ‘The Forest’ is located in the southern most end of the Aberdares Ranges and has many outdoor interesting activities like the Zip Lining (in the jungle as you fly fast and high over the forest at the aberdares at a aspeed close to 60KM/HR), Nature walks to the caves and waterfall, archery, paint balling, Cycling and Tree planting. Read More
Ngare Ndare (Maa for “goats water”) is a lush indigenous forest at the foothills of Mt. Kenya. The forest is a vital corridor that links the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy to Mount Kenya, and one which elephants have been using for centuries. In the 1980’s farmland became more developed on the southern side of the forest, and farmers came into regular clashes with elephants. Read More
It’s so much easier to travel when you’re still young.
The time/money tension is an interesting one. You have more of the former and not enough of the latter when young. Meanwhile, you might have less of the former and more of the latter when old. But money, at least theoretically, is something you can always earn more of. Time is finite. Sure, you might have student loans weighing on your back, but you’re less likely to have a mortgage and/or a family to support.
Vacations are often a costly endeavor for one or two people. You’re buying meals, renting tiny hotel rooms, and splitting the cost between just a couple of people. To really save some money, we suggests travelling or taking an adventure as a group of people to keep costs low.
This won’t work on every vacation you take (nor should you try to force it to work), but for certain types of trips getting a group of people together can save you some serious cash. The Simple Dollar suggests a few different ways to save money, including renting cabins instead of hotel rooms and carpooling. One of the biggest discounts comes in the form of group rates: