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November and December 2011 News

November and December 2011 News

Hello everyone!

It has been a good year to me with my family and I am very much happy to give you many thanks for your bookings with Kingi Safaris. All the profit has been very useful to me and you have helped me to pay the school fees for the children and do attachments to my house which I thank you for very much.

This month, the re opening of the Watamu Villa and the Pole Pole Bar and restaurant at the gate of the Turtle Bay Hotel creates jobs for the locals and also many people go for a cold Tusker. It is also like the Medina Palms which borders Turtle Bay Hotel which is under construction and also creates many needed jobs for the locals so we are happy for that.

I organised for 4 Swiss clients from the Salama Paradise and 2 English clients from Turtle Bay Hotel to go to the Masai Mara game reserve and stay at the fantastic Governors Camp. They had a good time and took these pictures for us to enjoy.

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I also took the group to dolphin watching and Mida Creek tour and they much enjoyed watching the dolphin swimming to the larger waters with their spectacular scenery.

One of the highlights of the month was when I picked 2 Italian clients from Nairobi Airport. I guided them to Masai Mara where we stayed for 2 nights at the Camp Oloshaiki. Then 1 night at Nakuru lodge situated in the Great Rift Valley. Then 1 night at Amboseli in the Kibo Safari Camp. And finally at Tsavo West National Park at Rhino Valley  Lodge. Was a wonderful 6 days safari.

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Thanks all my friends and a have a merry Christmas and a very happy and healthy New Year and success the whole year through.



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