Nothing in life is to be feared. It is only to be understood. ~ Marie Curie
The world’s a big and crazy place, no doubt about it. And things happen from time to time that seep into your consciousness (media is, for the most part, everywhere) and if the event occurred in a place you’ll soon be traveling, the knee-jerk reaction is fear, worry and planning around that destination so you can skirt any potential financial or physical trauma. Don’t be embarassed, it’s natural reaction.
Sir. George Tafaria (a name with masaai origin) has surely become an inspiration to me. He left the corporate world to pursue his dream of building a castle in his mother’s land and he did. Wow! (pause) Pause again just for a moment and think of the turning point in his life? Can you think of how he was battling whether to leave the consistent salary at the end of the month or to go and venture into a dream that might or might not work. Think about the challenges he was bound to face in terms of finances, the terrain, the structure…the whole idea. How many of us are facing such a case scenario? How many of us feel stuck yet at the same time we know deep down inside what we need to do? Read More
Tafaria Castle History, Ambience and Beauty leaves you breathless. It was a tour like no other.
Completed in 2012 AD, in Laikipia, with the medieval architectural style of the Castle and its lodges, Tafaria Castle is the best destination for rejuvenation, proposals, relaxation, parties & team building.
The main features of the trip were; Roadtrip with great company from Nairobi to Laikipia and back, Visit of Thomson’s Falls, Guided tour of the heavenly Castle, Team building at Tafaria with professional facilitators, Buffet lunch, Horseback Ride, Swimming, Photography
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