Mount Kilimanjaro: Here you go a new trip report from Kenya from way back in 2016.
First of all it took me ages to edit all the pictures and even longer to write up the report before I lost all my work by a computer error.
Kori Bustard: Yeah, can you believe it, losing all that work, I was devastated to say the least!
Its taken this long to get over the loss of all that work and have the will to continue.
African Fish Eagle: Well I am glad I did and here you go for all to enjoy.
Its been really good revisiting the images and the memories of the trip too.
White-eyed Slaty Flycatcher: Dawn and I along with her sister and partner spent new year of 2015/2016 and stayed for 10 days.
Secretarybird: In this short time we managed to pack in a ton of safaris and I managed to bag a ton of birds.
We visited Amboseli National Park is located immediately northwest of Mount Kilimanjaro and 240 km southeast of Nairobi, right on the Tanzanian border.
African Lion: Then spent some time Lake Naivasha, a superb oasis to in Kenya and an African Mecca for all sorts of wildlife.
Marico Sunbird: We also visited Lake Nakuru National Park which is renowned as a bird sanctuary with over 400 bird species, including huge flocks of flamingoes and many other water birds. It is an excellent park for wildlife spotting and is home to many water-loving animals such as hippos and waterbucks.
Superb Starling: And our final destination was the wold famous Masai Mara National Reserve. Considered Kenya’s best park and one of Africa’s highest wildlife density region for predators. The reserve covers 583 square miles (1510 square kilometers) of outstanding wilderness in southwest Kenya.
Pale-bellied Bustard: Not only did we get tons of beautiful and exciting bird, but the large mammals, the vistas and the habitats were great.
Chin-spot Batis: Spending time enjoying wildlife with Dawn and experiencing Africa with her was defiantly a highlight.
It was a truly excellent trip.
Cheetah: It’s easy to see why so many visitors flock to Kenya from around the world to experience a truly unique African adventure in one of the world’s most pristine safari destinations.