The Kenya is a land of Safari where the mythical image of Africa takes on the wonderful reflections of a wild and untouched nature, is confused with the contrasts and colors of the different landscapes, it mixes with the embrace of white sandy beaches.
Kenya Safari, a trip through the wild nature and the deep cultural traditions of his people. People, animals and the infinite spaces of Kenya will leave an indelible memory of your holiday.
A view finding mission to the perfect to carry in the heart, kidnapped by the elegant movements of the great animals of the savannah.
A trip to Kenya also means plunging into ancient cultures, surrender to the magic of open spaces that touch deep and instill a great sense of harmony and freedom. A journey of exploration and contemplation, from the roots to the comfort of man’s most exclusive lodge.
Visit the Natural parks of Tsavo and the Reserve Masai Mara , one of the most beautiful in the world, means encountering hundreds of wildlife species, including the largest and rare mammals, as well as the Park Amboseli is a corner of paradise where you can photograph animals on the Kilimanjaro fairytale background.
Visit the lake Turkana and the important archaeological sites of the surroundings is to enter the heart of Africa, primordial places each what began.
When you think of Kenya, it is natural to think of the safari, the strongest animals and large planet and the stunning beaches of the Indian Ocean. All this hides another spectacular side, but less known. Kenya we do not expect: the mountain. In Africa there is not only the Kilimanjaro to soar among the arid plains, but also other mountain ranges, including the stunning peaks of Mount Kenya , which fascinate the lovers of trekking.
Here you will find the list of links that I hope will be useful to plan and organize your Kenya Safari
Safari Articles: (When necessary use translators)
Parks and Reserves in Kenya
Maasai Mara Reserve
Ngorongoro nature reserve
Amboseli National Park
Tsavo East National Park
Tsavo West National Park
Aberdare National Park
Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve
Shimba Hills National Reserve
Other National Parks & Reserves
Mountains of Kenya
Mount Kilimanjaro – Tanzania
Ol Doinyo Lengai – Tanzania
Tanzania, trekking between the craters
Rivers of Kenya
Ewaso Ng’iro River
Southern Ewaso Ng’iro River
Waterfalls of Kenya – (Lugard’s Falls – Sheldrick Falls – Fourteen Falls – Thomson’s Falls – Karuru Falls – Gura Falls – Chania Falls – Magura Falls – Thika Falls – Torok Falls – Nabuyole Falls – Adamson’s Falls – Tigoni Falls.)
Deserts of Kenya – (Chalbi Desert – Nyiri Desert – Suguta Valley.)
Kenya Caves – (Mount Suswa Caves – Kitum Cave – Shimoni Slave Caves – Mau Mau Cave – Leviathan Cave – Paradise Lost Caves.)
Escarpments of Kenya – (Aberdare Range – Elgeyo Escarpment – Laikipia Escarpment – Mau Escarpment – Nguruman Escarpment – Losiolo Escarpment.)
Volcanoes of Kenya
Volcanoes of Tanzania
Lakes of Kenya
Lake Chew Bahir
Wildlife of Kenya
Antelopes – (Hartebeest – Impala – Waterbuck – Eland – Topi – Oribi – Hirola – Steinbuck – Dik Dik – Klipspringer – Reedbuck – Bushbuck – Kudu – Sitatunga – Bongo – Duikers – Sable Antelope – Oryx)
Gazelle – (Thomson’s Gazelle – Grant’s Gazelle)
East African Lion
African Wild Cat
Sokoke Forest Cat
Poisonous animals in Kenya
Lethal snakes in Kenya – (Black Mamba – Green Mamba – Boomslang – Twig Snake – Cobra – Puff Adder – Vipers – Python)
Primates – (Homo Sapiens – Bonobo – Bushbaby – Galago – Baboon – Vervet – Còlobo – White Eyelid Mangabeys – Blue Monkey)
Canids and Hyenids – (African Wild Dog – Bat eared Fox – Hyena – Aardwolf – Jachal)
Suidae – (Warthog – Giant Forest Hog – Bushpig)
Camelids of Kenya
Bovids of Kenya
Rodents of Kenya
Chameleons of Kenya
Lizards of Kenya
Bats of Kenya