This safari will take us to the most famouse lakes in the great rift valley,and National Parks actually is a combination of photography safari and walking safari,our guides will take you through the East Africa terrein
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SAFARIS BY CAMEL
The 'ship of the desert' offers a great vantage point for viewing nature. The arrangement, usually through north and central Kenya, is accompanied by a Samburu warrior guide. Support vehicle carries luggage, tents and supplies. Camel safaris also through the arid plains of Tsavo East National Park.
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SAFARIS ON FOOT
Some Game Reserves and National Parks also offer the opportunity of walking safaris, which are a very exciting experience. These safaris are usually accompanied by an armed guide. For walkers and treks there are some stunning trails, particularly in the rugged country of the central, western and north-western regions. For the most ambitious trekker and climber Mount Kenya also Mount Elgon and the Aberdares.
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Kenya boasts approximately 1300 different species of birds, more than any other single country on the African continent. The Rift Valley in particular supports large population of birds including raptors such as the fish eagle. The alkaline lakes support populations of flamingos and pelicans. Varied topography from woodland to desert, grassland to mountains, accounts for the incredible variety of species to be seen. From December to March the migrants from Europe arrive.
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HORSE RIDING SAFARIS
Can be enjoyed in hills and plains of Maasai Mara. Nights spent under canvas. This traditional style of safari is growing in popularity.
Numerous extensions are available on all safaris.