Traveling in Africa is lovely and stunning however, there are a couple of encounters that ascent over the rest. What is astonishingly better are the new influxes of inventive encounters during the travel.

1. Masai Mara Safari

Ol Donyo Lengai also called the Maasai sacred Mountain (the mountain of gods) which is a volcanic Mountain that produces rich volcanic soil and ash high in Carbon.

It supplies the plains with its nutrients to accommodate the vast bio diversity found from Serengeti to the Masai Mara. The Mara River and several other rivers supply water for animals. Vast herds however have to follow the rains such as the Wildebeest thus their migration route. Perfect and a must location for those coming to Kenya for the first time.

You experience a rolling grasslands of the Masai Mara and a private camp to ensure unspoilt views and rare game sightings, a game drive with a sundowner at a scenic spot followed by a night game drive with spotlights to search for nocturnal animals

2. Travel to Kenya for Lions(and More)

Many other locations in Africa have the same wide-open sky, never-ending horizons, crimson sunsets, and classic acacia trees. The Masai Mara National Reserve is the most important location, particularly because the sheer density of the plains game here attracts great lion prides.

Another good choice is Samburu National Reserve, which is more arid than the Mara. It is famous for a lioness called Kamunyak which means the ‘miracle one’ in the local language who routinely ‘adopts’ orphaned or abandoned antelope, especially oryx calves. She is thought to be infertile and has been seen ‘caring for’ at least six such calves over the years.