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Kenya still has an authentic and wild nature, it is a unique country for its variety of landscapes, natural beauty and animal species that populate its parks and reserves; places full of contrasts, boundless spaces and parks with an incomparable wealth of fauna.
During this trip you will be enraptured by nature and landscapes, by the discovery of species of wild animals, by the habits of daily life of the people in perfect harmony with the passage of time and by the evocative power of cults, customs and traditions of the local populations.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is an iconic park, its grasslands are known all over the world for the extraordinary abundance of animals and for the high concentration of lions; in the months from July to October you will also have the opportunity to attend the Great Migration show.
The Amboseli National Park is a protected area not extensive but with one of the most beautiful views on Mount Kilimanjaro and with the most beautiful elephants on the African continent, with their huge tusks and their powerful build.
Finally, Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, where among other things is the Giraffe Center, the Rothschild giraffe conservation center, and the elephant orphanage of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
The Masai Mara National Reserve is an iconic protected area and is a true paradise for lovers of nature and nature photography; here it is possible to spot the numerous animals that populate it, in particular the felines that are present in large numbers.
The landscape is characteristic of the African savannah, large expanses of grassy meadows and the Mara river that serves as a permanent water reserve for the animals in the reserve.
Masai Mara is the place where you can admire the Great Migration in the months from June to October.
The dusty Amboseli National Park gives those who visit it the most beautiful views of Mount Kilimanjaro.
The safaris at the Amboseli lead to the search for the majestic elephants with huge and very long tusks that populate this park; there are also numerous mammals, including lions, elephants, zebras, hyenas, hippos and many species of antelopes, and both aquatic and terrestrial birds.
The sunsets at the Amboseli are spectacular, the sky lights up and gives unique emotions.
Nairobi is the capital of Kenya, it is an African megalopolis with strong contrasts: the suburbs with sheet or wooden houses and the brand new and luxurious skyscrapers.
At Nairobi you can meet the elephants of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust recovery center up close and assist while they are drinking milk from bottle-like bottles or bathing in the mud.
Then continue to the Giraffe Center where you can admire the very high Rothschild giraffes up close, this center plays a fundamental role in the conservation of this endangered species of giraffe.
Kenya has a tropical climate, along the coasts it is usually hot and humid, while the hinterland plateau has a milder and drier climate.
There are two rainy seasons: the heavy rainy season in the months from March to May and the small rainy season from November to mid-December; the dry season is in the months from June to October.
Antimalarial prophylaxis is not mandatory but it is recommended, there are no mandatory vaccinations to travel to the country.
Do not forget in your suitcase: sunglasses and sunscreen with a high protection factor, binoculars, camera, comfortable clothing in neutral colors, comfortable and closed shoes.
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