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Safari Kenya 2020


1. Watch the great migration in Masai Mara
Almost 2 million animals move across the Serengeti and Masai Mara plains in search of food and water. Facing multiple dangers such as land predators and crocodiles as the wildebeest complete an 800 km roundtrip during the migration.
The majority of animals in the migration are wildebeest but there is a greater number of zebras and gazelles that join the great move. The animals do not move as one super heard but rather as a collection of herds and they DO NOT FOLLOW the exact routes of the other herds.
The herds can reach the Masai Mara as early as late July but in general, they will cross in August and September where they will spend time before heading south again from November to December.

2. Watch natures version of ‘pretty pink” and snap a rhino at Lake Nakuru
Lake Nakuru is one of Rift valley soda lake at an elevation of 1,754 m above sea level. Enjoy the wide ecological diversity varied habitats that range from Lake Nakuru itself to the surrounding escarpment and picturesque ridges, lake Nakuru is ideal for birdwatching, picnic, and game drives.
It is best known for its thousands, sometimes millions of flamingos nesting along the shores. The surface of the shallow lake is often hardly recognizable due to the continually shifting mass of the pink birds.
The park has recently been enlarged partially to provide the sanctuary for black rhinos. The park has more than 25 eastern black rhinoceros one of the largest concentrations in the country and around 70 southern white rhinos amongst many other wild animals such as the Rothschild giraffe, waterbuck, lions, leopards, and cheetahs.

3. Cycle through the gates of hell
Named for the intense geothermal activity within its boundaries, the Hells Gate is a remarkable quarter of the Great Rift Valley, spectacular scenery including the towering cliffs, water- rouged gorges, stark rock towers, scrub clad volcanoes and belching plumes of the geothermal steam make it one of the most atmospheric parks in Africa.
Hells Gate is an ideal venue for cycling in the wild where in addition to the Bio-diversity that includes raptors visitors can enjoy rock climbing and a natural spa. Get a chance to see herds of giraffes, zebras, antelopes, buffalos, and ostriches.

4. Hike Mount Kenya
Mount Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and the second-highest in Africa after Kilimanjaro, the highest peaks of the mountain are Batian (5,199 meters or 17,057 feet) Nelion (5,188 m or 17,021 ft) and Point Lenana (4,985 m or 16,355 ft). Mount Kenya is located in the former eastern and central provinces of Kenya. Most of the peaks on Mount Kenya have been summited. The majority of these involve rock climbing as the easiest route although some only require scramble or walk.

5. Soak up sea, sun and sand at Diani
Surrounded by the breathtaking Indian Ocean, soft white sands, lush greenery and striking shade of emerald blue that emerges from its warm waters. Diani is Kenya’s most relaxing retreat. With its 17 kilometers flawless soft white sand, Diani beach has been awarded the best beach destination in Africa. It is popular with honeymooners, backpackers, and water sports enthusiasts alike. Enjoy visiting its marine national park, dive with dolphins and sea turtles, spotting whale sharks, kitesurfing, skydiving and nightlife. Diani offers a range of activities for all ages.

6. Marvel at the elephants of Amboseli National Park
Amboseli lies immediately north-west of Mount Kilimanjaro, on the border with Tanzania. The park covers 392 square km and forms part of the much larger 3000 square km.
Large concentrations of wildlife occur here in the dry season, making Amboseli a popular tourist destination. The Park embodies five main wildlife habitats (open plains, acacia, woodland, rocky thorn bush country, and swamps). Enjoy Amboseli’s big game and its scenic beauty.

7. Shop for souvenirs in Nairobi
Kenya is synonymous with beautiful sights and exciting activities and is infused with unique African love for culture and life. After you have heard a great time in Kenya you should take some memories back home with a variety of souvenirs.
Kenya has artistry heritage and creative flair, and it offers people with a penchant of mementos. There is something for everyone with a variety of quaint little shops and large markets selling local crafts and keepsakes. You should get yourself something beautiful or get some gifts for your loved ones at home to share great experiences.

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Posted by lamaratourism 05:15 Archived in Kenya Tagged beaches africa safari budget kenya mara masai migration wildebeests Comments (0)

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