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World's 7th Wonder

Kenya's Maasai Mara Reserve has been named one of the new Seventh Wonders of the World in a poll of experts conducted by ABC Television's Good Morning America.

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Discover kenya

Safari for those who wish to discover the best of Kenya. We visit some of the finest wildlife reserves by air and stay under canvas at some of the most luxurious properties in East Africa.

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Wings Over Tanzania

This safari is for the discerning traveler who appreciates a more remote and luxurious lodge and is prepared to pay a premium for quality and exclusivity.

 

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Gorilla Tracking

The Mountain Gorilla is an endangered species living in the remote and  ancient forests south west of Uganda - in Bwindi , best known for its Gorillas and Chimpanzees

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Mt. Kenya & Aberdares Region

Mt. Kenya & Aberdares Region

Mt. Kenya is regarded as the home of God by the Kikuyu who are one of Kenya’s Bantu tribes. Rising 5,199 meters above the equator, Kere-Nyaga or Mountain of Whiteness is the second highest mountain in Africa. It can be seen for miles, usually in the early morning before clouds obscure the view. Mt. Kenya is a volcanic cone that last erupted two million years ago. The steep valleys surrounding the summit were carved out by glaciers. Only seven glaciers remain today, down from the eighteen recorded in 1893. Some environmentalists predict that the existing glaciers will vanish in 25 years.

Mt. Kenya is unusual in that it can be climbed by most anyone in fit condition. There are eight acknowledged routes up the mountain, three of which are used regularly. Mt. Kenya has smooth slopes on three sides with a ring of rocky peaks just below the summit. In order to reach Batian, the actual summit, specialized climbing gear is required as one must cross glaciers and steep terrain. It is possible to complete a circular walk around the peaks after a 3 - 5 day climb. The primary health hazards climbers face are altitude sickness and hypothermia. Several options exist for supplies, porterage, and climbing tours. The towns of Naro Moru and Nanyuki, popular starting points for climbers, are recommended locations for coordinating trips and lodging. Naro Moru River Lodge is especially well-known and provides comprehensive services for climbers.  

 

 

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