Kitu Kidogo Cottages

Diani Beach Road, Diani, 80400, Kenya | Ranch
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This ranch, located on Diani Beach Road, Diani, is near Julius Safaris Day Trips and Ringo Safaris.
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Travel Blogs from Diani


A travel blog entry by lee.d.rosen on Oct 04, 2013

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... split up and I found myself alone in the restaurant filled with locals. Everyone was ducking under the tables and behind the bars as we heard a few more "bangs". Eventually things calmed down on the streets, everyone kept assuring me that things were okay and I was safe and the doors to shops opening a little bit more and people funneled back onto the streets. I reunited with the other 3 back on the patio who had been taken up to ...

Diving in Diani

A travel blog entry by steveandjanna on Jul 07, 2013

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... be bad business to not take us out. He had agreed to let Saidi take us diving on the big boat. All of a sudden, we were back on track. We thanked him profusely and promised to meet him after our lunch to fill out paperwork. The beach seemed much more full of life at this point and I could appreciate the camels and the Maasai Mara tribesmen who roamed the beach (neither of which were from anywhere remotely near Mombasa). After lunch we quickly filled out the forms ...


A travel blog entry by jbdsalem on Nov 10, 2012

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... questions, which of course I am always hesitant to do, but I persevered. At the end of the village tours, we were treated to a musical show by 3 young women and 4 young men. In the Masai village, it was again explained to us that they are cattle people. They eat meat, milk and blood. They do not eat vegetables or fruits. They do not garden. And they love their cattle more than their wives. As we were driving away, I asked our travel agent guide about ...

Day 1 (am)

A travel blog entry by stevehicks123 on Apr 02, 2012

... tropical fruits... How amazing is fresh passion fruit! Met the holiday rep this morning who discussed everything to us from tipping people to the monkeys that arrive on an evening and steal any food or fallen coconuts! Met some other people from England who are also here via Virgin Holidays so will be getting to know them better whilst on Safari! Today and ...

To the 'desert' and back!

A travel blog entry by kate.stock on Mar 07, 2012

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... knowing that prostitution and HIV/AIDS is high in areas associated with major transport route, Mlolongo is a very different situation compared to Ngong Town where I've been working over the years. Just taking two steps after getting out of the matatu (public form of transportation in Kenya), it was obvious that this was along a transport route! Unlike Ngong where there is green rolling hills and rich red soil beneath your feet, the ground in Mlolongo is ...