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Kenya
Kenya is the undisputed birthplace of the photographic safari. The Great Rift Valley and snow-covered peaks of Mt. Kenya form a remarkable backdrop to acacia dotted savannah, where all the Big Five thrive and cheetah and plains game roam.
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Get Involved in Conservation
Without wildlife tourism, there would be no funds for conservation: the two have a symbiotic relationship. At Journeysmiths we like to get more deeply involved, taking a hands on approach to conservation and when you travel with us, you can do the same.
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The Great Migration
Many of our clients are first inspired to take a Kenyan safari having heard stories of the Great Migration. But watching the great herds parade, stampede and plunge into crocodile infested waters in their thousands for yourself is an incomparable experience.
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Diverse activities
Kenya occupies an expansive and varied terrain, overlying the East African Rift between Lakes Victoria and Turkana. The wealth of activities on offer is similarly diverse, from unforgettable days spent tracking black rhino from Saruni Rhino, to stargazing on the vast Loisaba Conservancy.
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Big cats of the Mara
The BBC’s Big Cat Diary was a blockbuster of a wildlife documentary, and it was shot entirely in Kenya’s Masai Mara. There’s no better place in East Africa to spot lion, leopard, and cheetah, and particularly in the private reserves bordering the park, you can get remarkably close.
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Meet the Maasai
When you visit the Masai Mara, you will be a guest of the Maasai: this is unequivocally their land. You will find the Maasai people gracious hosts, and will have ample opportunity to learn about their rich cultural heritage.