KENYA, THE MAASAI ANCESTRAL LAND
Kenya captures Africa's magical spirit. It is the land of the proud Maasai people, where wildebeests and zebras migrate with the great predators in pursuit - as far as the eye can see. It is home to the red elephants of the Tsavo, the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro on the surface of Amboseli, millions of pink flamingos that walk smoothly in the shallow waters of Lake Nakuru and also critically endangered species such as black rhinos.
The snow-capped peak of the dreaded Mount Kenya, the second highest elevation on the African continent, marks the end of known and civilized Africa. Nanyuki, which is right on the Equator, represents the border and the passage to the far north, an isolated land that is still surprised by the presence of foreigners. Better known, but no less wild, the Masai Mara reserve attracts thousands of tourists every year, in search of the Great Migration.
In January and February, the climate is hot and dry: the best time for bird watching. The rainy season runs from March to May and from October to December, on a smaller scale. During this time, parks are less crowded and prices are generally more affordable. The Great Migration can be seen in the Masai Mara between July and October each year. The correct balance of all variables when organizing a trip in Kenya results an essentially magical experience.
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