Tours to Kenya

Safaris to Kenya
Wildebeest-Mara1

Kenya has long been a top safari destination for any adventure seeker. Showcasing a wealth of wildlife, each natural diverse game park has its own appeal. Breath-taking landscapes, endless plains and unrivaled game viewing year round, the Masai Mara, where huge herds of wildebeest and other herbivores make their way during the annual Great Phenomenon Migration. The national parks in Kenya offer a variety of imaginative and petrifying game viewing experiences that are unique to each location. Watch elephants, hippos and crocodiles in their natural inhabitants. Each of the antelopes are visibly watching the zebras, waiting for their “command” to start the annual 3000 km marathon from the dried Serengeti steppes to the Masai Mara Game Reserve in Kenya, and then back toTanzania. Chased by self-surviving instinct, facing the danger to be killed by the crocodiles while crossing the Grumeti and the Mara rivers, only a few can make it to the abundant pastures!
The marathon starts with the zebras, then the wildebeests, followed by the Tomson gazelles, impalas, and the illands, all rushing through the predator’s contingent. Each one of these wild creatures has its own place in this chase for life. When the Serengeti Game Reserve is passed, the marathon carries on to Kenya, to the Masai Mara. Low grass plains are followed by the high grass savanna with a small islands of Moru and Simba Kopies, where lions eagerly await the prey. A little further, a village called Seronera, situated right in the middle of the Game Reserve. Passing this village, you can either turn to the left to so-called “Western Passage” or to the right, to Lobo. Nothing can beat Lobo for an all year round safari, however, the millions of wildebeest and other “participants” of this migration move to the “Western Passage”, creating a spectacular show of nature between June and July. The herds would be grazing in the Masai Mara till all the grass is eaten. Once satisfied with a full stomach, it’s heading back to the Serengeti. Breeding period is up until April, during which thousands of newborn wildebeest come into this world. Serengeti National Game Reserve is protected by the World Society of Nature Protection and included in the Big Serengeti ecological system.