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When the sun goes down behind the boundless horizon , everything suddenly silent, but does not cease to exist. The rhythm of the tam tam tribe was scattered along the land without a master , and the animals , lying in their shelters , they give each other the right truce , the dense vegetation in the darkness calms the daily burning heat. This is Kenya at sunset : a place where the whirling vortex of passion is more complete sense in the abstraction of silence.

From Kilimanjaro, up almost 6000 meters , Lake Turkana , Maasai Mara National Reserve from the Indian Ocean , the safari - journey in Kiswahili - unfolds toward new discoveries . The scenarios that are offered to visitors are really unimaginable.

Rich equatorial forests and crystalline highlands are the imposing backdrop to the most varied fauna exists that defies easy description ... if it was not for exploration in East Africa, the word " safari" would have no meaning for the rest of the world ...


Tsavo National Park

The Tsavo National Park was declared in 1948 and in addition to being the largest in all of Kenya is one of the most important wildlife reserves on earth.

Divided into Tsavo East and Tsavo West, offers visitors the widest presence of animals. It 'called "the place of men eaten" by referring to the construction of the railway linking Mombasa to Nairobi, built in the early '900. The park is crossed by the river of the same name that comes from the Ngong Hills near Nairobi and on to the Indian Ocean.

Tsavo West is totally different from Tsavo East, with its volcanic origins offers fascinating scenarios such as Mzima springs and visibility permitting, the eastern slope of Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest and most famous volcano in Africa.


Maasai Mara National Reserve

The Maasai Mara is located on the border with Tanzania and is in fact an extension of the Serengeti, one of the parks
Most popular in the world. Its name in Maa language , the dialect of the Masai people , means " spotted " and refers to the variety of its mantle of vegetation . It has an area of 1,600 square kilometers and lies at an altitude ranging from 1,500 to 2,200 meters above sea level The reserve is the highest number of lions in all of Kenya , then the leopards , cheetahs , wild dogs , hyenas and jackals. As for herbivores is spoken by 1.5 million wildebeest, half a million gazelles and 4,000 elephants , hippos in the rivers and the large Nile crocodiles . Between July and August , millions and millions of antelopes move en masse from the Serengeti in search of greener pastures , then head south again around October. The best place to observe the phenomenon is just the Maasai Mara , home to the Maasai , one of the proudest nations of the African continent.


Amboseli National Park

The park Amboseli is the classic image of Kenya, a lion or an elephant in the background of Mount Kilimanjaro, the tallest and most famous volcano in Africa. Amboseli is a park where they are concentrated in large numbers many species of herbivores such as wildebeest, zebra, giraffe and many other species, and of course numerous predators, including the lion. The best time for you to meet the dawn, and the animals are awake and Kilimanjaro is completely visible in all its splendor for about an hour, before being surrounded and covered by clouds. Even at sunset Amboseli offers a spectacle worthy of the best film sets, where the main actors are the animals surrounded by a halo of light amber or pink, while Kilimanjaro and dark outlines the snow-capped (m. 5895).


Rift Valley and Lake Nakuru

The Rift Valley is a crack that extends for over 8,700 km from Jordan to Mozambique. It was caused by seismic phenomena of the earth's crust that caused this rift between 16 and 20 km wide Incredibles expanses of tea and coffee plantations surround the basin of Lake Nakuru National Park.

In January and February, as the climate is hot and humid, you experience the great waves of migration of birds that make their way to the lakes of the Rift Valley. The lake is famous worldwide for the presence of thousands of pink flamingos (flamingos) that populate it. From a distance, for this reason, Lake Nakuru looks pink.