In Kenya, a subequatorial climate prevails. This allows tourists to come here all year round, with the exception of the pronounced rainy season (from late March to May). From June to August there is practically no rainfall. And from the end of October to mid-December there is a “period of short rains.” Formally, the country has two seasons: summer (from December to March) and winter (from July to August). The maximum daily temperature varies between + 27–32˚ C. At night, the air warms up from +10 to + 18˚ C depending on the region. Excursions – if you go to Kenya in the most suitable season – from January to March or from July to October . At this time, the climate is quite dry, hot, and most importantly – no precipitation. In the afternoon, the thermometer columns usually show from +26 to +29 degrees, in the evening they drop to +10 degrees. Beach holidays – from August to September. The azure sea and romantic sandy beaches attract tourists more precisely at this time. You should not sunbathe on the beaches from December to March – during this period the sun is exhaustingly hot. Continue reading
It’s no secret that an independent trip to Europe can be much cheaper than a ready-made tour. One has only to approach the matter wisely and to know several life hacks that allow saving. This short guide will help you budget trip to Spain and relax in comfort.
To save on a flight to Spain, it is worth considering options with a transfer in one of the European capitals as an alternative to a direct flight. If you choose a flight with a longer time connection (and cheaper in cost), then you will have the opportunity to also explore one of the cities of Europe – Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris or Munich. Yes, such flights take more time. But it’s not every day that you get the opportunity to stroll for hours on the streets of Paris. Continue reading
Turkey is a charming country. Hundreds of cultures intertwined here, numerous civilizations left their mark on the land of Asia Minor, the territory of which is occupied by modern Turkey. Contrary to popular belief, Turkey is not only and not so much all-inclusive hotels. The rich history, monuments of antiquity and the Christian era since the Byzantine Empire, beautiful mosques and palaces of the Ottoman Empire, unique natural attractions, mild climate, wonderful beaches of the Mediterranean, Aegean and Sea of Marmara and excellent cuisine attract independent travelers to Turkey.
Why go to Turkey
Plunge into the incredible atmosphere of Istanbul, stroll along the corridors of Topkapi, admire the views of the Bosphorus, buy Turkish spices and bargain heartily at the Grand Bazaar. Continue reading