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East Africa Wildlife Adventure Overview
- 2013-01-01 - 2013-12-31
Discover why Kenya and Tanzania are world famous for wildlife
East Africa is a land of epic landscapes, golden sunsets, primal creatures and proud people. On this journey of discovery and adventure, travel through Kenya and Tanzania and be amazed at the rugged beauty of nature, be awe-struck at the sight of legendary animals and be touched by the warmth of the friendly people. Safari through national parks and pristine wilderness areas; visit local villages and farms; and get caught up in the energy of modern city life. This is the true essence of East Africa, a land blessed with an abundance of natural beauty and wildlife. See it and be changed forever.
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Once a swamp but now called the 'green city in the sun', Nairobi is a relatively multicultural city with a range of cuisines, museums and cultural centres to enjoy.
The Ewaso Ngiro River winds through the sunburnt plains of the Samburu National Reserve, a wonderful place to see an abundance of wild animals and birdlife.
Often shrouded in a carpet of pink flamingos, beautiful Lake Nakuru - and the surrounding national park - is home to a great number of wildlife and bird species.
Meaning 'rough water' in Maasai due to the occurrence of sudden storms, Lake Naivasha surface is also broken by the yawns of hippos and countless birds flying across its surface.
The Masai Mara is the quintessential African experience with sparse open plains, dramatic skies and the world's most iconic animals living within its boundaries.
Lively Nairobi is the gateway to some of Africa's best national parks and is nicknamed 'the safari capital of the world'.
Experience how the locals live during a homestay with a lovely Tanzanian family in Tengeru, a village a few kilometres from Arusha.
With red dirt streets, green hills in the distance and plenty of smiling children, Karatu is a small town near the gateway to the Ngorongoro Crater.
Teeming with animals and home to the famous migration of the wildebeest, the Serengeti is a marvel with rolling plains, iconic acacia trees and mesmerising skies.
Photographic opportunities abound in the Ngorongoro Crater, a massive volcanic caldera with so many animals, it's hard to know where to look first.
Situated close to the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Mount Kilimanjaro, Arusha is a relaxed, friendly city with a wealth of famous sites on its doorstep.
Kenya's capital, Nairobi, is one of the biggest cities in Africa and has a number of interesting museums and local, animal-filled national parks.
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