Kenya Safari and Travel Tips

A hearty welcome from tribes decorated in vibrant beads, long legged pink flamingos, safaris with lions and leopards, newborn Rothschild giraffes, chubby baby elephants in mud baths, scrumptious campfire food are all only some of […]

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pokot tribe in Kenya

Our Kenya Itinerary

Elephants trumpet their delight in red dusty dirt baths, enraged buffalo chase a lion, giraffes chomp on leaves and tender shoots of thorny acacia foliage, a pink blanket of leggy flamingos line the shore and […]

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mum and baby giraffe at lake nakuru

Lake Nakuru National Park

After four days of bush camping in the Masai Mara, we look forward to a warm shower and sitting around the fireplace at Naishi Guest House in Lake Nakuru National Park.¬†Livingstone the warm and friendly […]

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lion sighting in the masai mara

Camping in the Masai Mara

From our camp we watch the baby hippos slosh around in the nursery while the adults watch us suspiciously. Sammy our cook prepares scrumptious meals. Our days are filled with game drives action-packed with wildlife, […]

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Ithumba orphan elephants in mud bath

Elephants of Ithumba

Ithumba is a rehabilitation and soft release site in Tsavo National Park for The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Baby Elephants from the orphanage nursery in Nairobi transfer here or nearby Voi to continue their rehabilitation. […]

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Baby elephant plays in the red dirt at Nairobi elephant orphanage

Nairobi Elephant Orphanage

Nairobi Elephant Orphanage is our first stop in Kenya. We sponsor two babies, Kandecha and Ngasha and this is the reason we started planning our dream trip to Kenya 12 months ago. The orphanage nursery […]

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