Kenya is among my favorite countries in Africa. Kenya is a beautiful country that lies in the Eastern part of Africa. It's among the greatest homes to wildlife, such as elephants, rhinos, and lions. The mountain highlands, Lakelands, savannah, and the incredible Rift Valley make the land of Kenya amazing and fascinating. Let's discuss the few awesome wildlife places I’ve seen in Kenya.
Amboseli National Park of Kenya offers a magnificent view of Mount Kilimanjaro, which is 5,895m. Amboseli National Park is also famous for large herds of elephants. On our trip saw: giraffes, cheetahs, zebras, and bird species of over 100 types. The Western Side of the park contains beautiful lake Amboseli, which we found out dry. One of the most fascinating things that I saw in Amboseli National Park was the lions climbing trees. I should say there are over thousands of elephants in the park, and there are over more than 400 species of birds.
Tsavo East National Park is the biggest and the oldest park in Kenya. This is an underdeveloped park but still offers excellent wildlife scenery in an uncrowded place. Tsavo East Park is well known for big red elephants. There are more than 1000 species of plants in the park, and the baobab tree is also a great sensation in Tsavo East.
Masai Mara is among the most wilder areas for every safari. It is among the Tanzanian border, and safari can witness The Great Migration from Kenya’s amazing region. Around 2 million wildebeests including, zebra, gazelle, eland, and impala, travels from the Southern plains of Serengeti and moves to Kenya's Masai Mara. The Great Migration is Among seven National Wonders of Africa. Cheetahs, lions, elephants, hippos, leopards, African cape buffalos, and zebras are all found in Masai Mara National Reserve, making this place unique for all Safari lovers. We also had the opportunity to meet amazing Maasai people living in the region.
The culture of Kenya manifests unity and harmony among the Kenyan people. They are group-oriented, believe in mutual work and assistance, and show affection and love towards other fellow citizens. There are 13 major ethnic groups in Kenya, and dominant tribes include Luhya, Kamba, Luo, Maasai, and Kikuyu. We met the amazing Maasai people and I would like to share few things about Maasai culture. The most beautiful thing about Maasai culture is Maasai dance. The name that dances 'Adamu’. means “the jumping dance" As the name implies, everyone jumps in this dance, and they never let their heels touch the ground.