New Year, New Travels
2018 is finally here! The long awaited New Year has arrived and with it comes a new sense of hope. The slate has been wiped clean and it’s time for new experiences. Everyone uses this time to make New Year resolutions, things they would like to accomplish and work on through the year. Goals are set and to-do lists are made.
One of the many resolutions most people always promise themselves they will fulfill is to travel. Traveling and discovering new places, experiencing a different scene, culture, food and music can be very exciting. You learn so much and are exposed to a different side of the world each time you decide to travel. Traveling also brings people together, whether it’s families, friends, work groups or complete strangers there is a guarantee that great memories will be created.
In 2017, four of the major highlights for Jumia Travel were the trips across Uganda. Whether it was the journey to the annual largely celebrated international music festival NyegeNyege in Jinja or the trip to the beautiful Lake Bunyonyi and Chobe organized by Simples Entertainment or the one day visit to Ssese Island. Seeing the happiness, joy, fun, challenges experienced when on these trips was definitely something to look back on with great pride. As we take stock of the year that was, Jumia Travel is prepared to partner in more travel adventures in 2018.
That being said planning a trip? Trying to make sure that resolution is fulfilled this year? No need for you to look very far Jumia Travel has you covered with several hotel options and the best rates for flights across the world.
The Splendid Longonot – Mt Longonot National Park
A rewarding view of the Great Rift Valley and Lake Naivasha meets you at the top as is a virgin forest of small trees covering the crater, with steam vents spaced around the walls. Longonot is home to Buffaloes, Gazelles, the Impala and giraffes with rare sighting of leopards.
Funny Encounters at Tsavo East National Park
Tsavo East has got to be one of those Parks I walk into and; baboons & warthogs look at me like we’ve met before.