When people think of safari in Africa, a Kenya safari is the one that comes to mind. From the stampeding herds of the Mara to the cultures of the Maasai, Rendille and Samburu, and the Pink Flamingos of the Rift Valley Lakes against the backdrop of the majestic Mount Kenya. This is the original “Out of Africa” safari destination.
From seeing the wildebeest mega-herds move into the Masai Mara and Amboseli’s legendary elephant herds against the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro to the majestic leopards of Samburu, Kenya will not disappoint. Plus, you can effortlessly combine your Kenya safari with a gorilla-trekking adventure in Uganda or Rwanda.
Kenya has become the latest African country to announce dates for the resumption of scheduled flights, amid reports that its flag carrier plans to make job cuts ahead of a possible nationalisation. The Kenyan government says domestic flights will be allowed to resume on 15 […]
Dubbed a ‘national treasure’ in Kenya, Big Tim died in a national park from natural causes, wildlife officials say.Big Tim’s body is being transported to Nairobi, where a taxidermist will preserve it for display at the national museum [Ryan Wilkie/Save the ElephantsOne of Africa’s last remaining giant “tusker” elephants has died in Kenya aged 50, the country’s wildlife service (KWS) said.Big Tim died in Mada area of Amboseli National Park from natural causes, KWS said in a statement on Wednesday.”The celebrated elephant died early on Tuesday morning aged 50,” the statement said.
Travelers who intend to depart Kenya must first visit an authorized laboratory (according to the government of Kenya, all PCR COVID-19 testing laboratories are now part of the TT system), obtain a PCR COVID-19 test with a negative result, and be issued a TT code that be verified by airlines and immigration authorities.