(eTN) – News came in last week that wild dogs, aka painted dogs or hunting dogs, were spotted after a long absence near the Porini Camp on their Selenkay Conservancy outside Amboseli National Park. The pack of wild dogs will be a special attraction for visitors to the camp as they reportedly can only be spotted on the conservancy, not inside the park itself. This will, once more, give Selenkay a competitive advantage, besides the privacy and superb hospitality guests enjoy there already.
Meanwhile, it was also learned that the Kenya Tourist Board, hand in hand with leading international tour operators and local hotel groups like Fairmont, is presently organizing media trips for travel journalists to see Kenya’s many unique attractions and enlist the writer’s support to promote travel to East Africa’s leading tourism destination.
The latest newsletter of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, located on the Laikipia plains near Nanyuki, has been published and can be obtained via email@example.com .
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