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Why visit Kenya


At one time, the "Big Five" were at the top of hunters' lists, as they were considered the most difficult of Africa's big game to shoot while on foot. These were: lion, leopard, rhino, elephant and Cape buffalo. Fortunately, it’s tourists who do most of the shooting today but only with their cameras in way of getting memorable experience.

The big 5 in magical Kenya can be spotted in the following places or national parks where Masai mara as the most popular safari destination, lake Nakuru national park in Lewa conservancy, Amboseli national park and Tsavo national park.


The Greatest Show on Earth is done in Africa Kenya’s Wild Migration of wildebeest that happen every year. Almost two million wildebeest and 20,000 plains game migrate from Tanzania's Serengeti to the south of Kenya's Masai Mara in search of lush grazing grounds and life-giving water. This treacherous odyssey is dictated by the seasons and where the rains are, the wildebeest are not far behind. The epic journey from north to south spans almost 3000 kilometers and is virtually endless.


Being in Kenya and miss out on feeding giraffes or having a breakfast in the morning at Giraffe manor boutique hotel wouldn’t be the right option to take on your safari . So have a great memorable stake on share your breakfast with Rothschild giraffes in Kenya.


The Masai are traditionally polygynous, which is thought to be a long standing adaptation to high infant and warrior mortality rates. The Masai (also spelled as Maasai) are a semi-nomadic people from East Africa who are known for their unique way of life as well as their cultural traditions and customs which put Kenya’s culture on everyone’s map.

Living across the arid lands along the Great Rift Valley in Kenya and Tanzania, the Masai population is currently at around 1.5 million, with the majority of them living in the Masai Mara. They are reputed to be strong warriors who hunt for food and live closely with wild animals.