Study of Amitations
According to Pintrest Predicts, the annual report that includes trends expected to rise in 2023, pins for the “aesthetic of train travel” increased by 205% as millennials and Gen Z they appreciate the hassle-free boarding and lower carbon footprint of hybrid travel. With rail travel the most desirable mode of travel by 2023, even the most remote parts of Africa are possible as Finch Hattons highlights the Madaraka Express Passenger Service for guests to travel on scenic train through Nairobi, alighting earlier at Mtito Andei station. embarking on a safari through Tsavo National Park to Finch Hattons.
The Madaraka Express offers a sustainable and unique way to experience a safari in Kenya before entering the campsite. After arriving in Nairobi, guests will take a relaxing three-hour train ride through the Nyiri Desert as they pass villages like Mariakani, wildlife groups and baobabs that can be up to 10 feet in diameter and two thousand years old antiquity The train, which normally runs daily, will depart Nairobi Station at 8am and arrive at Mtito Andei Station at 10:50am. For just $12 USD, first class passengers will enjoy a large, comfortable seat with ample legroom, a dining car, and stunning views make this train ride affordable and eco-friendly. Upon arrival at Mtito Andei Station, guests will take a 1.5 hour scenic drive through Tsavo National Park to Finch Hattons. During the drive, guests will experience the scenery and wildlife of Kenya’s largest national park, teeming with wildlife including Tsavo’s famous red elephants, lions, leopards and lesser kudu.
For the past 30 years, Finch Hattons has worked to preserve the pristine nature that inhabits Tsavo National Park and the local Maasai community in the surrounding area. The eco-friendly camp design at Finch Hattons leaves a gentle footprint on nature, with 17 eco-tents raised off the ground to ensure a minimal footprint and rooms crafted from locally sourced makuti palm leaves. The Maasai people have worked and lived in the same area for generations with Finch Hattons, employing many Maasai as guides to highlight their lands and educate guests about the indigenous Maasai culture and traditions.
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