Where can someone see the most exciting event of the natural world, the wildebeest migration? One of the two sites where this happens is the famous UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Maasai Mara. For three days, both Steve and I were full of anticipation.
If you want to camp with hippos and Nile crocodiles, this camp is for you. It’s located in the heart of the world famous Maasai Mara National Reserve. The staff is so friendly and attentive to your needs that you feel like royalty during your stay.
We were almost there. The roads were dusty and bumpy. But the scenery was beautiful, breathtaking, dramatic, spectacular, and fascinating.
A boat safari is basically a guided boat ride, which we took on a beautiful day on Kenya’s second largest freshwater lake. Since I am not a big “water person” and didn’t know what to expect, to my great surprise, I enjoyed the experience very much.
To continue our Kenyan safari, we were excited to see the world famous pink skies of Lake Nakuru caused by the flight of thousands, or even millions of flamingos.
Why not to visit the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa and see two of the world’s remaining northern white rhinos? We naturally added this stop to our Kenya safari.
The natural beauty of this camp and its surroundings is very inspiring. Unfortunately, we stayed here for only one day.
On the seventh and eighth day of our trip, we went on three safaries in the Samburu National Reserve in the northern part of Kenya.
For two days in the Samburu National Reserve in Kenya, on the banks of the Uaso Nyro River, a unique accommodation served as our base for safari.
A unique experience awaited us in the afternoon of our sixth day in Kenya in the foothills of Africa’s second highest mountain.
The sky blue and vivid green, the pink and deep yellow, the bright orange, the striking red. All these colors!
What an incredible feeling to see the snowcapped Mount Kilimanjaro!