Welcome to Kenya

With its traditional people, The Masai, the Samburu, the Turkana, the Swahili, the Kikuyu who bring soul and colour to the earth, Its Vast savannahs overflowing with immense herds of wildlife. It’s Snow-capped equatorial mountains, its lush palm-fringed coastline of the Indian Ocean Kenya has been blessed by nature to the maximum

Kenya is home to one of the most dazzling shows on Earth, An amazing spectacle known to mankind, as “The Great Migration” when millions of Wildebeests and Zebra’s cross from Serengeti to Masai Mara, with the predators in their wake, draws hundreds of thousands of Tourists to Kenya during the months of July through August.

Migration is also known as “The World cup of Wildlife” since there is nothing else which comes close to it. Mid-March is the period when most of the Calves are born, (who are up and running within minutes of birth) and towards the end of March, the Wildebeests sense something in the Air and its takes only 2-3 of Wildebeests to start this 1000+ kms of long journey to Mara, they just get up and start moving and the rest begin to follow.

On this journey apart from Sickness, starvation, disease the Wildebeests and Zebras also need to battle the predators, On the ground there are the Lions, Cheetahs & Leopards and in the water the crocodiles. By the time this 1000 or so kms journey is completed some 250,000 Wildebeests have perished.

People often Underestimate the sheer size of Serengeti, it takes these animals between around 90 days to complete this journey, so around mid June they start arriving in the Mara and greatest show on this Planet has started in Kenya,

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If you have the time, I highly recommend watching this amazing documentary on Migration.

The Idea of doing this Education Series is to educate about what else is there in Kenya. Please follow the links here to understand what you can experience in Kenya and what is it that you can recommend your clients.

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