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Kenya

Wildlife viewing reigns supreme both in diversity and sheer numbers of individual animals. Indeed, Kenya has become synonymous with first-rate safaris where stunning views can be had at the Big Five: lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo and rhino. That is to say nothing of the amazing bird diversity and fascinating tribal culture. Learn from Masai people about the challenges of living in harmony with nature in an ever-changing world during a guided tracking expedition for big game wildlife at the celebrated Masai Mara National Reserve. Here, the fabled Great Migration is the star event with millions of wildebeest and zebra moving en masse from the Serengeti in neighbouring Tanzania. Cheetah, Spotted Hyena, Topi and Hippo headline a supporting list of wildlife that help make this one of the world’s pre-eminent big mammal destinations. Lake Nakuru in central Kenya attracts millions of Lesser Flamingoes – a phenomenon that has led to the title of “greatest bird spectacle on Earth” by some. On the shores of the Indian Ocean is Malindi Marine National Park where beautiful beaches and dazzling corals add variety to your Kenyan adventure.
  • Everyone speaks English
  • Even outside the migration time, the quantity of animals is mind-boggling
  • Ki-Swahili, the national language of Kenya, borrows a lot of words from Hindi and Urdu owing to a deep Indian influence in their culture and their history
  • Some of the oldest known evidence of humans have been found in Kenya
  • "Jambo" is the most common Swahili greeting, one that you'll hear and say many times
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  • Always having a window seat in our pop top jeeps
  • Taking part in conservation projects at our Masai Mara lodge
  • Discovering hidden beach resorts on the Indian Ocean

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