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18 Oct 2016
5 Days 4 Nights :Tsavo East - Taita Salt lick - Tsavo West - Amboseli-Kenya Safari Package
5 Days 4 Nights :Tsavo East - Taita Salt lick - Tsavo West - Amboseli-Kenya Safari Package About Tsavo East Tsavo East is one of the national parks...
18 Oct 2016
2 Days Tsavo East Tsavo West National Park Safari - Kenya Safari
Tsavo National Park, encompassing Tsavo East and West, is the biggest national park in Kenya occupying 21000 square km. Read More About Tsavo East Tsavo East is one...
18 Oct 2016
3days maasai mara budget camping sfari
Masai mara Camping Tours, Budget Camping in Kenya, East Africa Camping Safaris Camping Tours to Maasai Mara, Kenya Luxury Camping Safari Masai Mara, wildlife migration Holiday, Masai Mara Budget camping...
18 Oct 2016
4 Days 3 Nights Tsavo East - Amboseli - Tsavo West National Park
4 Days 3 Nights Tsavo East - Amboseli - Tsavo West National Park About Tsavo East Tsavo East is one of the national parks of Kenya that is...
18 Oct 2016
2 Days Tsavo East Safari - Kenya
Tsavo East is one of the national parks of Kenya that is well known for its unique safari experience. It has been one of the oldest parks of Kenya, since...
18 Oct 2016
7 Days Samburu /Lake Nakuru/Maasai Mara Wildlife Lodge Safari
7 days kenya safari to Samburu , lake Nakuru lodge safaris, masai mara wildebeest migration, A lodge wildlife safari to the scenic scrub land of Samburu...
18 Oct 2016
4 Days Masai Mara Lake Nakuru National Park
A safari to the world famous Bird Sanctuary of Lake Nakuru, then South over the Mau Escarpment to Kenya’s greatest concentration of game – the Maasai Mara- Kenya’s most popular...
18 Oct 2016
3 Days Masai Mara Lodge safari
3 Days Masai Mara Lodge Safari, Masai Mara is Kenya’s most celebrated game park, it offers the possibility of seeing “the big five” and many other species of game. This...
18 Oct 2016
7 Days Kenya Scenic Safari
This is an exhilarating safari that explores Kenya’s vast contrasting lands and stunning scenery and a chance to see the Kenyan countryside, local cultures and lifestyle as you travel by...
18 Oct 2016
6 Days Masai Mara,Naivasha, Lake Nakuru National Park
6 days safari to the world famous Bird Sanctuary of Lake Nakuru, then South over the Mau Escarpment to Kenya’s greatest concentration of game – the Maasai Mara-...

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TSAVO EAST“Theatre of the Wild” The sight of dust-red elephant wallowing, rolling and spraying each other with the midnight blue waters of palm-shaded Galana River is one of the most evocative images in Africa. This, along with the 300 kilomtere long Yatta Plateau, the longest lava flow in the world, make for an adventure unlike any other in the Tsavo East. The park forms the largest protected area in Kenya and is home to most of the larger mammals, vast herds of dust –red elephant, Rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, pods of hippo, crocodile, waterbucks, lesser Kudu, gerenuk and the prolific bird life features 500 recorded species.
2 Days Tsavo East safari By Jeep
Explore the largest Park in Kenya, Tsavo East National Park; measuring 11,665 sq. Km. Tsavo East is the home to the famous Red Elephants, lions, Hippos, Gazelles, Buffaloes, Giraffes, Zebras, waterbucks and different bird species
Kenya Travel Preparation
Prepare a great visit to Kenya, one of the best travel destinations in Africa. Read a review of Kenya travel attractions, a brief guide telling you where to go and what to see.
Filling in The Gap The Mangroves
Always great to get stories straight from the field. Our Kenya Gappers took some time out from wallowing in the mangrove mud and sent this little story of their week assisting the Baraka Mangrove Conservation group.
The Great Migration
The Great Wildebeest Migration, the longest and largest overland migration in the world and one of the “Seven Natural Wonders of Africa”, comprises around 1.5 million Wildebeest, 200,000 Zebra, 350,000 Thomson’s Gazelles and 12,000 Eland making an epic circular journey of approximately 2000 miles in search of “greener pastures”. The Migration is not a single occurrence; it is a never-ending cycle which begins for a Wildebeest with its birth and ends with its death. Wildebeest are born in a mass birthing (known as “calving”) which takes place during January and February on the plains near the Ngorongoro Crater and the Olduvai Gorge, in Tanzania, at the southernmost extent of the Wildebeests’ range. Nature has ensured that, to increase its chances of survival, a newborn Wildebeest calf is able to stand within 2-3 minutes of birth and run with the herd within about five minutes! It is believed, from recent fossil discoveries, that Wildebeest have been grazing the Serengeti for more than a million years.Towards the end of the short Dry season, in March, the grass plains of the southern Serengeti start to dry out and the Wildebeest continue – or commence – their journey, intuitively following the rains and fresh grasses first westwards towards the small, seasonal lake of Ndutu (Lagarja), and then northwest towards Lake Victoria. From here the herds gradually head north into the Masai Mara – and more of the life-or-death river crossings that prove such a draw for tourists from all over the world. The Wildebeest converge at the Mara River in their thousands and gather on the plains and banks beside it, waiting to cross. The cacophony as they call to one another is unprecedented. Their numbers can grow for days at a time and observers will often wait in suspense beside the river, anticipation building, until – for no apparent reason – the Wildebeest turn from the river, as one, and move away! Eventually, however, the herds will select a crossing point (frequently more than one), and the intrepid journey to the opposite bank will begin. It is still not known what prompts them to turn back or to cross – or even where they will choose to cross in any given year.Usually, the Wildebeest begin their journey south again by late October, when the first of the Short Rains reach the plains of the Serengeti, bringing fresh growth and brimming seasonal waterholes. Rutting having taken place in May and June, the majority of the cows will already be heavily pregnant – and so the cycle continues on in perpetuity.

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