When growing up, many of us have always dreamt of visiting this home to the majestic River Nile and one of the earliest civilizations of mankind. Egypt has always fascinated many people and this has seen the country’s growing numbers in international tourists. But before you visit this treasure, here are some of the facts […]

Referred to many as the lion, the king of the jungle commands attention and respect in his kingdom. Weighing approximately 180kgs mostly muscle weight, it gives him a competitive advantage over the other carnivorous mammals in the world. The lion is relatively fast but mostly its strength which comes in handy while out hunting. Lions […]

The African elephant and the Asian elephant are the only two surviving species of what was in
prehistoric times a diverse and populous group of large mammals. Fossil records suggest that the
elephant has some unlikely distant relatives, namely the small, rodentlike hyrax and the ungainly
aquatic dugong. They all are thought to have evolved from a common stock related to ungulates.
In East Africa many well-preserved fossil remains of earlier elephants have aided scientists in
dating the archaeological sites of prehistoric man..

Leopards live in forests and spend much of their lives in trees. Their bodies are well adapted to this arboreal lifestyle. While their strong tails help them to balance while perched on tree branches

Distinguished from other big cats by their smaller size, spotted coats, small heads and ears and distinctive “tear stripes” that stretch from the corner of the eye to the side of the nose

With summer approaching, many of us are already heading out onto the trails to make up for lost time during the winter.
If you live near a desert climate, or plan or exploring one this year, it’s important to understand the environment.

Between 2001 and 2012, real GDP growth in Rwanda averaged 8.1% per annum. According to the Fitch rating agency, Rwanda is experiencing ‘rapid and inclusive economic growth driven by credible economic policy’.