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What Kind of Traveller Are You?

10
Apr

The rains seem to have put a damper on our Tembea Kenya plans. This has got us to some thinking. What does the term "vacation" mean to you? Here’s our not-so-serious take on a few kinds of vacationers. Which term best describes your traveling style?


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Mr. Eazi Set to Headline The Hype Festival in Nairobi This Weekend

05
Apr

It’s your boy Eaaaaazi landed in Nairobi this morning and is ready to bring the house down at the Hype Festival happening this weekend at the Ngong Racecourse.


 

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5 Things You Need to Know about The Barclays Kenya Open 2018

20
Mar

We are now counting hours to the biggest golfing event on the calendar. If you are a tad confused about what the hashtag #BKO2018 is all about, perhaps you should start here.

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Are You Ready for the Kenya Kite Festival 2018?

13
Mar

The Kenya Kite festival is back and will be happening this Sunday at the Nairobi Polo club from 11am to 6pm. The picnic style event, which is East & Central Africa’s premier kiting event organized by Urban Live Events, brings together kite fliers, kite makers and kite enthusiasts from around the world.
 

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A Taste of Israel: The Shuk - Israeli Food & Wine Festival

27
Feb

We can all agree that food is life. This is why we're excited to list the upcoming Israel food and wine festival- an event after our own heart. Baraka Israel and the Embassy of Israel in Kenya combine forces to bring us the best in culinary delights from Israel. Join us as we explore what’s in store for you at this edition of the Shuk.

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Block Your Calendars: Nairobi's Top 5 Events Are Happening Soon!

13
Feb

TGIF! Yes, thank God it’s February. January was quite the month and boy aren’t we glad that’s behind us. We’ve rounded up some of Nairobi’s biggest events that you should look out for, and definitely purpose to attend.

 

 

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Get the Most out of Your Tembea Kenya Goals This Year - Part II

05
Feb

January just ended and the year is off to a good start. How far are you with those resolutions? Is January just a free trial month and your actual efforts won’t be exerted till February? Either way, here’s more fuel for your travel planning. We’re back with part 2 of tips on Tembea Kenya travel planning.

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Get the Most out of Your Tembea Kenya Goals This Year

11
Jan

We all made those pesky new year’s resolutions, didn’t we? You can barely get a vacant treadmill in the gym, your kindle has finally seen the light of day after 10 months, and you’ve actively started looking for courses online. Top on your list must be the always elusive travel. You want to travel more but logistics constantly seem to rain on your parade. If you’ve decided that this is the year that you’ll tembea Kenya a little more, then we’re here to help. Here’s a list of travel hacks that will have you packed and ready for your next adventure.

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Pesapal Does Tembea Kenya

03
Nov

With a team of approximately 84 employees that spans 5 countries , Pesapal and Ticketsasa are the utter definition of a pan African enterprise. It was therefore no small fete when we assembled our colleagues from Arusha, Dar es salaam, Zanzibar, Kampala, Nairobi, Mombasa and Lilongwe in Diani for a much needed “strategy revision” (or vacay depending on how you look at it). As the Kenyan group, we were determined to show our African counterparts precisely why Tembea Kenya has become the phenomenon that it is. 

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Saucy September: Must-Attend Events This Month

20
Sep

If events are a staple food for you, then September is definitely your month. Here are some highlights on events coming up.

1.     Koroga Festival 19th Edition

This edition is holding nothing back. Congolese singer-songwriter, producer and dancer extraordinaire Mr. Fally Ipupa will be in town to rock your Sunday afternoon. Dan Aceda, the Crown Prince of Benga and The Kansoul are also expected to perform. We’re mostly looking forward to seeing the soul sisters Linda live. If their YouTube channel is anything to go by, Linda are the next big thing.

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