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Looking for a tour to exciting new places? Come and view the big 5 while in their natural habitat, the vast savanna of Kenya. Tourism is huge in Kenya, but greater still, are the spectacular views of some of the world’s largest mammals. Each of the big 5, rhino, lion, leopard, elephant and buffalo can be found in the game parks of Kenya.
The first of the “5” is the endangered rhino. In the 1900’s, many believed that the rhinos would go extinct. Poachers had so depleted the population that park security for these animals greatly increased, along with the start of many nurseries. For example, Parks such as the Nairobi National Park are sanctuaries where the rhino, the most endangered Kenyan animal, can reside. Read the rest of this entry »
Kenya, a major tourist attraction located in east Africa along the equator, is home to the second highest mountain in Africa. Although shorter than Kilimanjaro, Mt. Kenya offers a much harder climb. Not only is the long trek difficult and laborious, but the extreme cold and permanent glaciers require gear and perseverance.
Climbing the 17057 foot mountain is an experience of a life time. Making it to the top and seeing the breathtaking view spread out before you is worth everything it took to make it up to the top. Take a picture by the sign at the peak to show your friends, or have a snow ball fight in Africa that you won’t forget. Read the rest of this entry »
While touring in Kenya, you will see many great works of art, one of which is the world renowned soap stone carvings. The natives of Kenya are highly skilled at their work and produce products that will amaze you as well as enhance your home. The work of a soap stone carver is not at all easy; in fact it may take many weeks to finish a single product.
Kisii is a small town around an hours drive south of Nairobi, and is the center headquarters for the artisans. Once you arrive their, prepare to be surprised by the brilliant work that takes place there. From animals, to entire chess boards, to simple candle holders, the smooth cold stone blocks are turned into wonders. Read the rest of this entry »