We were happy to host 2nd Year Hospitality & Tourism (Unit of Eco-Tourism) students from Pwani University yesterday. The eager young adults led by lecturer Samson Barmasai were keen to learn about our permaculture approach to hospitality and we had a lot of fun sharing ideas and experiences with these brilliant young minds as we work together towards a greener and sustainable future for tourism in Kenya and beyond. Photos by John K. Mureithi
🇹🇿 Mixing things up from the expansive walkways of Stone Town to the intimate walkways of Matemwe village. The kids here are especially interested in the strange foreign man with a camera. After asking me to take a picture of them, they would all scatter away to hide, making for a rather difficult photo session… 😂
How to start a Monday - our Africa Safari Experts are off for a week of wild adventures 🌍 First stop: Ngala Safari Lodge!