Migration update 2

The concentration of wildebeests in the Mara has gone up even more since last week. The Loita herds have almost tripled up in number, and the Serengeti herds have doubled and are now beyond the main Keekorok/Mara bridge road. The zebras are still leading the way as usual and some have already got to lookout

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Kenya Introduces eVisa

Starting from 2nd July 2015, the government of Kenya will introduce electronic visa application. Tourists wishing to visit Kenya need to apply as follows: Visit the electronic visa page at www.ecitizen.go.ke Select Register as a Visitor As part of this process, you will receive a confirmation email that you need to click on to verify

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A gem that North Serengeti is

I just spent a month in Northern Serengeti at Lemala Kuria Hills Camp, and I must say there isn’t a better time to be in this location than during the quiet tourist season and also towards the end of the raining season. With most of the herbivores absent from the area, apart from a concentration

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Up close with the Gorillas

Two weeks ago, my guests, and I spent 2 days tracking the Gorillas up in the Volcanoes national park, an adventure of a lifetime. This is in consideration that we are actually seeing the last of the mountain Gorillas. For me, it was one of the many trips here, but for my guests, it was

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Spending time with Siri the leopard

I spent a couple of weeks along the Mara, by the ”black rocks”, downstream from paradise crossing point. This is an area popularly known as the pump house. In the area, is Siri the leopard with her 7-8 month old male cub. Siri and her older son Shujaa lived in the same area until recently

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