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Kenya

"Here I am, where I ought to be.” - Karen Blixen

The Quintessential Safari

From the foothills of the Chyulu Hills, where the shadow of Kilimanjaro stretches across the plains, to the Maasai Mara, the stage of the Great Migration, Kenya is “what the safari is all about: wild animals…. a National Geographic film, on steroids,” as award-winning filmmaker and National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence, Dereck Joubert says. “Innovation, passion, that frontier spirit, huge tusker elephants, lions in the largest density known to scientists, weird long necked antelope, deserts and mountains.” Kenya’s varied landscapes – its coastline, savannah, lakelands, the dramatic Great Rift Valley and mountain highlands – creates the most spectacular of backdrops for a safari, whether experienced on horseback, on game drives or on foot, guided by the people who know the land best – the Masaai people.