5 GOOD REASONS TO VISIT KENYA – WRITTEN BY LYDIA TETT OLET
Who wants to visit Africa. Well looking for one of the best, and l quote one of the best countries to visit in Africa, why not choose Kenya: ?
Well l will give you only 5 reasons why you should visit this beautiful country
. 1) Kenyan people are really friendly welcoming and warm especially towards visiters.
2) The great one and only mecca animal migration in the month of July to October is in Kenya or passes through Kenya
3) Our national parks allows you to witness the animals up close and personal while in your vans. You can be as close as posibble with any animal not forgetting Lions and elephants.
4) Our beautiful Different cultures especially the Massai people with their colour full costumes and hair. Not to be missed
5) You will feel at home because this is a land of contrast and diversity. Best beaches, Volcanic Landscapes, Fantastic mountains, just call it Twende Safari Kenya is your dream destination to Africa
Written by Lydia Tett Olet
Lydia Tett Olet is the Founder and Director of Malaika Dance Unique. MDU was created in 2008 after Lydia worked and gained experience and skills in a large number and wide range of performing organisations including: The mushrooms, Jabali Africa, Adzido Pan African Dance Ensemble, Sundance with Patti Boulage, African Heritage ,Ceremics, Iroko Theatre Company, Assistant director of Bantu Arts, Global Fusion and MDD Company.
Lydia is also involved with TY Moore concept productions and Chima movie empire productions in acting, writing, making and producing movies
She is a writer of the first Kenyan play (The Darkest Hours of Victory) and has just completed her first screen writing London Nollywood movie called “Captivated” with TY Moore concept productions.
Lydia is also The assistant director and presenter of royalgreenwichtv.com – An online TV Initiative.
She organised and hosting the first ever event Kenya in the Park on the 29th August 2015 and has been nominated to receive an award on the 26th September 2015 by True African Heritage.