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Kenya – the name is almost synonymous with the famous phrase ‘Hakuna Matata‘ and safari. It is globally known for its classic safaris. The country has excellent contrasts that you can enjoy from the wildlife and the savanna to the snow-capped Mt.Kenya to the coastal sandy beaches and the rich cultural diversity.
The wildlife in Kenya is amazing. It is home to a range of some of the world’s most endangered species like the Grevy’s zebra, Tana River Mangabey, the Hunters antelope, just to mention a few. The country also hosted the last Northern male White rhino, Sudan, until his demise. Going on a safari in Kenya as you watch the animals, your African dream and imagination will unfold right in front of your eyes. Most parks have the big 5 (buffaloes, elephants, rhinos, leopards, and lions) that will keep you intrigued as you transverse the savannah.
The Great Rift Valley
Additionally, Kenya’s lakes and wetlands on the Great rift Valley is home to a variety of wild birds. Flamingoes grace the Lake Nakuru giving an intriguing pink carpet view of the lake. The long-legged pink birds mingle freely with the African fish eagles, goliath herons, the pink beaked pelicans, and the long-crested eagles among other birds.
Further, Kenya gives you the chance to partake in the 7th wonder of the great wildebeests’ migration. This would be an excellent adventure for you as you watch the herds move from Serengeti to the Masai Mara and back from July to August. The feeling of being so close to the migrating packs will give a slight tremble on the ground, and you can expect to see large clouds of dust before you can see the beautiful beasts. The park is also home to other animals like the zebras and lions. This, for you, would be the ultimate safari dream as you also get to interact with the local Maa community.
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