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  • 02.12.19 – Nakuru to NavaishaAnother day another Lake. Freshwater this time and really not a big distance away, meaning a lie in in the morning and a 9 a.m. departure. The short trip, including the necessary shopping, cash and fuel stops saw us arrive Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 15, 2020
  • 01.12.19 – Nakuru National ParkI think it rained all night. It was still raining in the morning but not as heavily. As a great start to December, we had a full day of game driving ahead of us. Heavy rain is not great to Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 15, 2020
  • THE GREAT RIFT VALLEY, BEAUTIFUL LOCALS & A WILDLIFE RESERVEOCTOBER 1ST 2017 DAY 2 LET THE ADVENTURE BEGIN! Up at 5.30am full of excitement, had a fantastic nights sleep, a 6am breakfast getting to know some of my fellow travelers, all coffeed up and ready for the drive! We load up the Posted by Tracy87 in Tracing the World...Epic Africa 2017 | Nov 14, 2020
  • 30.11.19 – Eldoret to NakuruAnother driving Day. Still alone. I'd been told some more people might join when we got to Kenya, but so far, nothing. I’m now told there will be some other people for the Masai Mara game drive in a few Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 14, 2020
  • 29.11.19 – Jinja to EldoretI got woken up around 4 a.m. by the rain hammering the tent. After that, I drifted in and out until it was time to get up. It was still throwing down and I got drenched just running to and Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 14, 2020
  • TWO SANCTUARIES, ONE DAYSEPTEMBER 30TH 2017, DAY 1 I wake up early after a relatively good nights sleep, as I make my way down for a morning coffee I am delighted to find a breakfast voucher slipped under my door... who doesn't love a Posted by Tracy87 in Tracing the World...Epic Africa 2017 | Nov 12, 2020
  • Safari Kenya 20207 EXCITING THINGS TO DO IN KENYA 1. Watch the great migration in Masai Mara Almost 2 million animals move across the Serengeti and [[www.lamaratourism.com|Masai Mara plains]] in search of food and water. Facing multiple dangers such as land preda Posted by lamaratourism in Safari Kenya 2020 | Aug 12, 2020
  • RationaleI have chosen to write about my visit to the Nairobi national park and Maasai Mara in Kenya. In my travel entry blog, I will write about the landscape, the different species of animals found in this park, and the Posted by Austin2109 in My Kenya Trip | May 26, 2020
  • My visit to the Nairobi National Park“Did you know, here we have over 110 different species of bats”, the driver exclaimed, as I inspected the map, I realized that it was just 10 more minutes until we reached the National Nairobi Park. When we finally arrived Posted by Austin2109 in My Kenya Trip | May 26, 2020
  • My visit to Maasai MaraThe charter plane was about to land, I took a deep breath and clenched the armrest, I was pushed back to my seat, which was when I started to shudder, just like the plane. Finally, after what felt like an Posted by Austin2109 in My Kenya Trip | May 26, 2020
  • Planning your safari for the first time===SAFARI:=== This is coined in East Africa from the swahili word safari Meaning: an expedition to observe or hunt animals in their natural habitat (parks and reserves). In order to decide on a particular safari, it's important to determine yo Posted by TravelwithRoses in Planning your safari for the first time | Jan 24, 2020
  • No Picnic on Mt Kenya [center][i]I emerged at last, stumbled a few steps in the mud and then I saw it. An ethereal mountain emerging from a tossing sea of clouds, framed between two dark barracks: a massive blue-b Posted by IvaS in No Picnic on Mt Kenya | Jan 20, 2020
  • coast to coast es dauerte abermals ca. 10 h bis der bus in Nairobi eintraf. ich bezog eine billige unterkunft im stadtzentrum, von deren dachterrasse aus man einen super blick über eine belebte strasse hat. am nächsten Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Dec 25, 2019
  • Turkanasee - Loiyangalani es dauerte eine ganze weile, bis der bus nach Maralal beladen war. ich habe mich für den theoretisch fahrplanmäßig abfahrenden bus entschieden, weil dieser bequemer als ein matatu (kleinbus) ist. die erst Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Dec 15, 2019
  • Regenwald und Grabenbruch eine letzte nacht hatte ich noch im hässlichen grenzort Busia. tags darauf ging ich zu fuß zur grenze. ich hatte noch gut 80 € in uganda shilling, die ich wechseln wollte. auf uganda seite fand sich sch Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Dec 8, 2019
  • Selenkay Adventure Camp, Kenya ]We were up early to drive to Wilson Airport in Nairobi. Traffic is notoriously bad, but we had plenty of time. Wilson is chaotic and confusing, but Ruben made sure the staff of Yellow Wings took good Posted by Lkrugs in Africa 2019 | Oct 29, 2019
  • NairobiWe arrived in Nairobi at 7 am and were picked up by the very friendly staff from the Sheraton Four Points. The hotel was very close to the airport and we were soon checked in and in our Posted by Lkrugs in Africa 2019 | Oct 29, 2019
  • 5. Amboseli National Park KenyaWe arrived at Amboseli late afternoon, with enough time to get one game drive in after settling in. A funny thing happened to Rick upon arrival at the park. At the gate of each park, Sammy had to Posted by debinnh travels in African Adventure Aug 2019 | Oct 17, 2019
  • 4. Lake Nakuru NP to Lake Elementaita KenyaAfter we left the Mara, we were heading north to the city of Nakuru to visit Lake Nakuru National Park for a game drive before heading to Lake Elementeita Serena for the night. I have to say the side trip to Posted by debinnh travels in African Adventure Aug 2019 | Oct 17, 2019
  • 3. Nairobi and Maasai Mara National Reserve KenyaWe stayed at the Nairobi Serena hotel one night. It was a nice hotel with our room overlooking a park. Rick went for a walk and found there to be a lot of security in the park and Posted by debinnh travels in African Adventure Aug 2019 | Oct 17, 2019
  • Safe in Kenya!We arrived safely in Kenya! Unfortunately we are stuck in the airport for 10 hours. On a good note we found a lounge to hang out in that has nice seats, food and showers. (It's a pretty new lounge because Posted by TraughFamily in Our Africa Adventure! | Oct 7, 2019
  • Birds #11: The Black KiteOut of Saturday, walking in the slums, I could see these largish birds, floating in the thermals above looking for a feed. Couldn't see any land and the couple of attempts of capturing them in flight were in vain. Did you notice Posted by pedrotravels in Ethiopia- The Next Part | Sep 17, 2019
  • Nairobi- A Walk to Karura ForestSome time ago, I received an invitation to do a week of teaching at the Aga Khan University Hospital in Nairobi. At the time, this made sense for a number of reasons Needed to leave the country to renew my visa. Opportunity Posted by pedrotravels in Ethiopia- The Next Part | Sep 15, 2019
  • Back to NairobiSaturday 17 August 2019 Breakfast at 6.15pm and we were packed up and on the road at 7am. We reached the border around 10.30am and it was extremely busy. There were trucks lined up to cross from Uganda into Kenya. Once Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 18, 2019
  • Masai Mara: Day 2Tuesday 6 August 2019 I heard animal noises in the night and between the noises, my coughing and the pain in my ribs I only managed a couple of hours sleep. We left at 6.30am in our three vans with the Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 6, 2019
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