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Kenya and Tanzania are top wildlife destinations in Africa. If you are a first-timer on a safari, Kenya will be your best choice. Kenya’s safari industry has an improved tourism infrastructure compared to any other part of Africa and this ensures that there are different choices for safari packages for all sorts of budgets. In Kenya, is where the modern safari adventures were invented in the 1920s.

The Masai Mara Game Reserve and the Serengeti National Park are some of the iconic wildlife parks i

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In addition to the fantastic safaris of the interior and the coastal beaches, one of the highlights of Kenya for visitors is the climbing and hiking on and around Mount Kenya, designated by UNESCO as both a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve. And to take full advantage, a wonderful place to stay, on the mountain's lower slopes, is Rutundu cabins near Lake Alice and Lake Rutundu, offering a marvelous chance to unplug and overnight in a pair of rustic, quaint log cabins amid Africa's vibr

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Most animals fear people regardless of how large or potentially dangerous they are. They want to be left in peace.

The future of lions holds in the balance. Once the most widespread mammal on earth after man, lions are now believed to number 25,000. The problem is that lions and humans want the same thing-real estate. A prime lion territory in Maasai Mara measures 50 to 100 square kilometers and offers ambush sites, access to water, shade of trees and bushes, and somewhere safe to raise young.


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