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Lake Victoria
Country(s): Kenya
Lake Victoria: continent's largest lake, largest tropical lake in the world, and the second largest fresh water lake in the world. It is the source of the longest branch of the Nile River, the White Nile. The lake is visited by air from Maasai Mara and by road from the Serengeti. Main activities: fishing, bird watching, boat rides and village walks. From Maasai Mara the fishing excursion is a....
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Maasai Mara National Reserve
Country(s): Kenya
Maasai Mara is pristine African wilderness. The reserve is world famous for its vast assemblage of plains’ game together with their assorted predators. It is perhaps the only area remaining in the world where one may see wildlife in the same super abundance as existed years ago. It is the stage for the annual migration – hundreds of thousands of Wildebeest and Zebra follow the timeless....
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Meru National Park
Country(s): Kenya
Meru national park is one of the most scenically diverse of Kenya ’s wildlife sanctuaries where the park has a unique variety of habitats in a comparatively small area. The area is dry however, 13 permanent rivers streaming from mount Kenya cut through it’s width to pour into river Tana. From far, the lush riverine forests along the rivers look like green ribbons wrapped across the bro....
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Mount Kenya National Park
Country(s): Kenya
This park covers the slopes of the mountain and the mountain itself. The Serena Mountain Lodge is a tree lodge situated in a forest on the lower slopes. Game drives are not done here and guests enjoy viewing wildlife from the comfort of their lodge. The lodge has a floodlit water hole that attracts game and salt deposits in front of the lodge help lure the animals out of the thick forests. The t....
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Nairobi City
Country(s): Kenya
Nairobi is Kenya's colorful capital city. It grew from a shanty settlement to a thriving modern capital. Before 1899 when the British started using it as a supply depot for the Mombasa - Uganda Railway, the local Maasai called this highland swamp Ewaso Nairobi, meaning the place of cold water. This was just a place they used to bring their animals to water.The settlement continued to grow, bec....
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Nairobi National Park
Country(s): Kenya
Only 10 km from the bustle of the city, Nairobi national park, covering an area of close to 100 sq km is an ecosystem of grassland, forests and rivers. It is home to all the Big Five except Elephants which had to re-locate to larger reserves with enough food for them. Plains game found here include Giraffe, Gazelle, Zebra, Impala and the Hartebeest. It is also possible to observe Cheetah, Jackal, ....
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Ngorongoro Crater
Country(s): Tanzania
Patched on the top of the Rift Valley escarpment between lake Manyara and Serengeti is this wonder of the world. Ngorongoro crater was an active volcano some 3 million years ago. Its cone collapsed leaving a sunken caldera of 311 sq km, making it one of the largest craters in the world. The magic comes from its sheer physical beauty and stunning panoply of wildlife that roam its floor. The 2000ft ....
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Nyungwe National Park
Country(s): Rwanda
Nyungwe is a true rainforest typically receiving in excess of 2000mm of rain annually; it is also one of the oldest forests in Africa. Covering an area of about 1000 sq km over the mountainous SW of Rwanda, Nyungwe protects the largest single tract of montane forest remaining anywhere in east or Central Africa. As such, it is a remarkably rich center of biodiversity, harboring (among other thing....
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Samburu & Bufallo Springs National Reserves
Country(s): Kenya
These two adjoining reserves are situated in the arid and rugged part of the country, north of mount Kenya and the equator. Both are watered by river Uaso Nyiro which apart from supporting life in this dry area, is home to an impressive population of Crocodiles, usually seen sunning themselves on the banks. Along the riverbed the rare Doum Palms dot the otherwise scrubby, dry landscape adding to ....
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Serengeti National Park
Country(s): Tanzania
Covering tens of thousands of square kilometers, this is Tanzania ’s largest park - a symbol of African wildlife and primeval beauty. In the Maasai language, the name Serengeti means ‘endless plains’. Huge herds of Wildebeest and Zebra dominate the park and their seasonal migration to and from Maasai Mara in Kenya provides an unequalled wildlife spectacle. The predator population....
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