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Wildebeest Migration in Masai Mara Kenya

The annual Wildebeest Migration at the Maasai Mara is a natural cycle that replenishes and renews the grasslands of East Africa. Each June, around 1.3 million Wildebeest gather in the Serengeti to calve.They slowly mass into a huge single herd, until the dry season withers their supply of fresh grass.

Masai Mara National Game Reserve

A tour in Kenya is frankly incomplete without a safari to the Masai Mara National Game Reserve. It is located on the South-Western part of Kenya and it’s an extension of the Serengeti National Game reserve. The big five which includes the Lion, Buffalo, Rhino, Elephant and the Leopard can be seen in this extensive game reserve which covers an approximate area of 1,510 square kilometers. Also found in great numbers are Cheetahs, Hyenas, Warthogs, Giraffes, Elands among many other animals which can easily be spotted while you tour this magnificent game reserve.

Mount Kenya and the Aberdares National Parks

(Distance from Nairobi:175kms. Time 21/2 hours)
Mount Kenya (5,199 m) is the second highest mountain in Africa after Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Mount Kenya National park was established in 1949 to protect the mountain forests and bamboo thickets with their varied wildlife, the alpine moorlands, and the glaciers. The park includes all the mountain area above the tree line.

Nairobi National Park

Nairobi National Park was Kenya's first National park and is is the only protected area in the world that is close to a capital city. It is a unique and unspoilt wildlife haven within sight of the city's skyline. The park is only 7km away from the Nairobi city centre, along Langata Road.

Lake Nakuru National Park

The alkaline waters in Lake Nakuru turn pink when more than a million flamingos descend to feed on the blue-green algae that is richly abundant in these waters. Lake Nakuru National Park lies in the heart of the Rift valley.

Samburu and Shaba National Reserves

(Distance from Nairobi:343kms.Time 6 hours)
Samburu and Shaba National reserves, situated in the sparsely populated semi desert region of Kenya, form one of the most intresting game viewing areas in the country.

Samburu National Reserve adjoins the Buffalo Springs national Reserve in the south and the Shaba National Reserve to the East. The game reserve is traversed by the gentle Ewaso Nyiro river which meanders slowly between numerous acacia trees, providing life support to the dry-land animals and a home to many crocodiles and Hippos.

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