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by the___gecko

im hiring a 4wd for 3 weeks in kenya. at this stage im planing visiting several national parks. nakuru, tsavo, masi, hells gate and possibly amboselli.

but just wanted to ask about others experiences and if u highly recommend something else i should consider that u believe would be worth exploring.

im not into cities and culture that much. only nature so would like to hear anyones views


Re: suggestion

by Josilver

My favourite would have to be Nakuru. It is small with lots of animals, the view from Babboon cliffs early in the morning is spectacular. There is also a national park at lake Navasha which is worth seeing, we were taken on a guided walk (I am not sure if you can do this alone) so you can be quiet and get much closer to the animals, especially the giraffes which are very shy. If you are in Nairobi the baby elephant orphange is great. Other friends went to Neirobi animal orphanage which has cheetahs and giraffes that you can interact with.

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by eastwesttraveler

Maasai Mara ,Lake Nakuru , Barongo and Bogoria , Amboseli , Tsavo East/ West and Lake Victoria are a must see . With a good guide and a good 4WD , expect the adventure out of this world . Kenya is beautiful and very rewarding in regards to wildlife and Nature . For a guide will add value to your safari . Few days at the Beach will be another good thing . Diani Beach in particular is wonderful .

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by sphynxxs

When you are at Lake Naivasha and Hells Gate, add a trip to Crater Lake, it is a little private conservancy/lodge in a beautiful setting in the crater of an extinct volcano. On the way to Nakuru a stop at Lake Elementaita is a possibility. you could also combine the trip to the Rift lakes into a round trip to the Aberdares and then via Nyeri to the Mount Kenya region. Because of the insecurity going north of Isiolo is not so advisable, but Ol Pejeta is a beautiful private conservancy and you can head back towards Nairobi via Nanyuki, passing the equator. Amboseli is easily done from Nairobi, about 5 hours drive (the last stretch from Namanga to the park is a pain). Inquire about the current security, and you might be able to go directly from Amboseli to Tsavo West. Personally, I prefer Tsavo over Massai Mara - far more variety of landscape.

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by the___gecko

thanks heaps guys. great suggestions :)

Re: suggestion

by pauleyece

You should definitely check out Meru National Park.The Park is most famous as the setting for Joy Adamson's book "Born Free" -- the story of the Adamson's life and research amongst lion and cheetah.There are eight special campsites which must be pre-booked.On the border of Meru National Park is Bisanadi National Reserve.Known as 'Kinna'.The Reserve was opened in September 1979 and occupies an area of 606 square kilometers. A true wilderness area without any accommodation it is only accessible by 4WD vehicles.

Travel Tips for Nairobi

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by fishandchips

My first view of Nairobi was a drive from Kenyatta International Airport to my Hotel - Panafric. The first Arfican animal I saw was a really ugly looking bird - a Marabou Stork. The taxi driver told me the bird was also called the 'undertaker bird' due to its shape from behind. There are lots of these birds living on and circling around some large trees as you come into Nairobi.

Is it safe place?

by croisbeauty

Whenever we go in so-called exotic destination, the most common questions we ask are, is it safe place, what is the food like, what about water, local people etc? Of course, you have to undertake certain precautions like vaccination against the yellow feaver and pills against the malaria, but do we really need to read all those stupid things which might be found on the internet or listening the huge list of awornings telling by our travel agents?
I've found a site on the internet according to which Nairobi is called "Nairobbery" and is known as one of the most dangerous place on earth. White tourist is seriously aworned not to move more than 100 meters aside from the hotel area and, in no case should go out of the hotel during the dark. Let me tell you, after my experience, it was nothing but the rubbish and ofence to all citizens of Nairobi.

The Massai Marriage

by greekcypriot

The Massai people of Kenya grow up with children of their own age and normally form relationships with these people. However, in marriage women are given to a man they do not know who is much older then themselves. The bride packs all her belongings and is dressed in her finest jewelry. At the marriage ceremony the father of the bride spits on the brides head and breasts as a blessing and then she leaves with her husband walking to her new home she never looks back fearing that she will turn to stone. This can be a very sad experience for the bride, who is 13-16 years old and may walk a long way to get to her new house. In order to ward off bad luck sometimes the women of the grooms family will even insult the bride.

Life is life

by nsbm

Just looking around a big city is an attraction itself. We learn more aboutt he place from just looking and studying our fellowmen. These fotos were taken from my hotel window at rush hour. it documents the everyday bustle of city anywhere else but to the pace of the Kenyan rhythm.

Down load your pics and free up your disk space!

by Homanded

A wolverine hard drive - ranging in price from USD $99.00 - $300.00 is a convinient, easy and safe way to download and free up your flash cards.
Only about the size of a small calculater and easily fitting in your pocket or suitcase, we never travel w/out one.
It was the best investment we've made in photo gear.

When full (we have a 2GB card which holds 1800 pics), we simply download the card unto the wolverine and reformat the card. Voila, card is empty and we're ready to continue shooting.
When we arrive at an internet cafe, we either burn a copy of the folder now stored in the Wolverine unto DVD or disk and keep a copy safely held in the hard drive of the Wolverine.

Our wolverine cost us $120.00, is a 10GB drive and holds about 10,000 pics! We never leave home w/out it!


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