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Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve

Marilyn Jones ·
      My adventure in Kenya begins in Maasai Mara, widely considered to be Africa’s greatest wildlife reserve. With more than 200 square miles of open plains, woodlands and riverine forest, the Mara is joined by privately-owned...
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Kenya's wildebeests: On the road again, and on TV

PHeymont ·
Every year, millions of wildebeests migrate from one grazing area to another in Africa, centered on Kenya, crossing open land, water and forest. And this year, they'll do it on live TV.   The northward migration, from the Serengeti to the Maasai...
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Celebrating Nature on Seven Continents: Africa, part 1: A Hyena Worth Waiting For

Kirsten Hines ·
On safari in Kenya's savanna, Kirsten Hines' tour group makes an unexpected wildlife sighting...
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Celebrating Nature on 7 Continents: Africa, part 2 - Lake Bogoria, Kenya

Kirsten Hines ·
A beautiful afternoon of flamingo watching on the shore of Kenya’s Lake Bogoria quickly changes....
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Celebrating Nature on 7 Continents: Africa, part 3 - Pate, Kenya

Kirsten Hines ·
A boat stranded on a sandbar poses a challenge. Wait for the tide to rise, or go explore? Guess what Kirsten Hines did.....
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Re: Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve

GarryRF ·
Amazing pictures! I always wondered about the accommodation when you go on safari. Not quite living "rough" is it ? Very nice indeed. Recognise myself in that yawning photo ! My kids prefer "Glamping" to Camping. Enjoyed this blog - thanks.
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Re: Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve

Marilyn Jones ·
Thank you! It was a fascinating experience getting so close to the wild animals!! And the camps were so luxurious! Maybe your kids like to camp, but I'll bet you'd love to glamp!!!
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Re: Celebrating Nature on Seven Continents: Africa, part 1: A Hyena Worth Waiting For

Travel Rob ·
Great blog Kirsten and I can't wait to read more in your series! Thanks for sharing and welcome to TG!
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Re: Celebrating Nature on Seven Continents: Africa, part 1: A Hyena Worth Waiting For

Old Car Guy ·
Thanks for sharing! Hyenas have always fascinated me and I'd love to see one in the wild.
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Re: Celebrating Nature on Seven Continents: Africa, part 1: A Hyena Worth Waiting For

DrFumblefinger ·
I'm somewhat nostalgic, and love stories that reflect back over the years. A great first entry to TravelGumbo, Kirsten -- thanks of sharing this with our travel community!
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