Safari Activities

A Day In the Life of an African Safari

Is there a typical safari day? Well, yes and no. Your exact activities and explorations will depend on which Kenyan or Tanzanian parks you are visiting. A day on the savannahs of the Masai Mara won’t be quite the same as tracking wildlife through the forests of the Serengeti nor the discoveries you’ll make on the rolling hills of Tsavo. …

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Parks or Conservancies? Which Is Best?

Everyone has heard of East Africa’s outstanding national parks such as the Masai Mara and the Serengeti. But you may not be as familiar with the concept of conservancies – designated protected areas sprinkled throughout Kenya and Tanzania. These too are spaces where the land and wildlife are carefully sheltered from the onslaught of development and modern life. …

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Kingfisher seen on an African safari

Join Us On a Bird Watching Safari

Think Africa is just about lions, elephants, and zebras? You’ll find an entire universe of colorful, fluttering winged creatures filling the skies, the trees, and the lakeshores on your safari. So why not take advantage of this natural treasure and fill your eyes with pelicans, eagles, starlings, doves, ibis, herons, and pink flamingoes? Their calls, …

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Kakamega Forest National Reserve in Kenya

Africa’s “Little Five” – Animals that Is

Listen to an audio version of this blog post! Just press the play button below. If you’ve gone on safari then you’re sure to have heard of Africa’s “Big Five” – lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo. Safari goers love to “bag” sightings of these famous five as the beautiful and iconic animals they are. …

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Safari park ranger holding out antenna to track electronically tagged animals

An Electronic Hunt for Lions & Rhinos

Listen to an audio version of this blog post! Just press the play button below. Sometimes technology works surprisingly well in the natural world, enhancing the environment and benefiting our wildlife friends. Such are the latest digital improvements in big game management and conservation, protecting our lions, cheetahs, and rhinos. Ever heard of light-weight radio …

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