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Kenyan National Parks

Kenyan National Parks

To the west lies the world famous Maasai Mara, where every year the largest migration of wildebeest occurs, more than 4 million move to Kenya wildebeest from the Serengeti in Tanzania in search of green grass. It presents a chance to witness the congregation of various game animals such as the zebra and antelope. Tourists also get the rare opportunity of watching the crocodiles hunt. The whole experience is quite a spectacle to behold, and would make an excellent backdrop for any film. 

Abarca Amboseli National Park, where the largest herds of elephants in África are present. También is where you have the most beautiful views of Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa and especially the view at sunrise, when the mountain has a purple hue and an ethereal pink snow, with herds of elephants crossing the plains. The view is out of this world.

The Kenyan forests such as the Mau and Aberdares hosts a wide array of bird species, some are even endangered. At Tsavo, resides the famous man eaters of Tsavo, the descendants of the lions that attacked the railway builders as they were laying down the railway back in the early 1900s. The lions are unbelievably big and intimidating, coupled up with their majestic manes. At Muzima Springs, there is an under water viewing chamber where tourists get the chance to see the crocodiles drift close by.

At Ol-Pejeta conservancy in Nanyuki, there are baboons which were rescued from Congo, where some of the inhabitants were eating them alive. The baboons are very friendly, despite their long and sad history.

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