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KENYA Group tours depart round the year

JAMBO ! A word that simply means ‘Hello’ in Swahili, the native mother tongue of everyone in Kenya. Historians, photographers, tourists, environmentalists, adventurous, and anyone who has been to Kenya have all put this mind blowing destination as one holiday that never gets out of their minds.


Situated on the equator, at about 11,000 ft above sea level, the salubrious climate all year around makes you want to stay there for ever.Thanks to the British empire whose travellers discovered this unique place on planet earth and later to His Royal Highness The Aga Khan who spent his early education in Africa and has built some of the most modern hotels and lodges.


Kenya has so much to offer.


You have the coastlines of Mombasa with outer and inner reefs that offer world class diving with spectacular coral greens and drop offs. Lush green coastal rain forests with prolific birdlife include baboons, monkeys and leopard.

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Maasi Mara Game Reserve:
The capital of Nature.


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The Maasai Mara Game Reserve is undoubtedly Africa’s greatest wild life reserve. Spread over 200 sq miles of open plains, woodland and riverine forest with the Serengti plains on the outskirts near Tanzania.


A visit to any national game park works with immaculate precision. Well organized, well connected with one another through two way radio, a trip through the reserves is a tourist’s delight. Through sheer experience, the guides know where to go, when. Sitting inside the well machined four wheel drives, you are off on a magical tour. Zebras, giraffes, gazelles, elephants, buffaloes, hippos, cheetahs, crocodiles watch at your in amazement as much as you do.


Drive for hours enjoying the cool breeze sweeping along with you, and watch in amazement when the jeep stops, the guide talks to others on the radio, and right in front of your eyes, atop a small hillock, you may just see a pride of lions, lionesses and their cubs . Drive for some more and you can watch them come and lie under the shade of your jeep


Maasai Mara is also home to the greatest spectacle of nature---the migration of wildebeests from Tanzania to Kenya in search of fodder and water. During the peak season, from July to October, over one million wildebeest cross over. This is nature’s way of providing food for nature’s creations-the lions, tigers, crocodiles, hyenas, and the ever circling vultures and other birds of prey.


The maasai community is another great tourist attraction. The average height o the Maasai tribe is over 6.5 feet. Their homes are so small and runs into small passages and yet so well ventilated. Watch them perform the Maasai dance where all of them leap into the air.


The other must see destination is the Nakuru National Park. Lake Nakuru is a serene lake spread across many miles and is home to over one million flamingoes during season. You also see a large population of rhinos.


If Kerala is God’s own country, then Kenya is his vacation abode !

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