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Best African Safaris to See Leopards in Kenya

Cheryl Lyn Dybas transports us to Leopard Gorge, with its rocky caves and outcroppings, in Kenya's Masai Mara. Here wildlife abounds along a road to a netherworld. Road to a Netherworld The gloaming, it’s called, this twilight between day and night.  In myth, the gloaming is the place between the known and the unknown, the ordinary and the extraordinary that you might be witness to on safari in this area of Kenya. It’s also the time when rarely seen creatures emerge from the shadows. Here along the equator in Kenya’s Masai Mara, sunset comes early. Although it’s just after 4:00 p.m., the light turns gold…orange…indigo.
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Posted in: Trips to Kenya, Kenya, Cheryl Lyn Dybas, Masai Mara, Leopards, Kenya Safaris, African Wildlife Safaris, Best Game Viewing Safaris

Top Safari Trips to Kenya Africa: Kenya's Private Reserves Safari

Top Safari Trips to Kenya Africa: Kenya's Private Reserves Safari ONE COUNTRY. LIMITLESS ADVENTURE. Why go to Kenya? As one of our top trips to Africa, this Kenya safari delivers the feeling of days of yore in an untrammeled setting by taking advantage of private wilderness reserves in bucolic places with access to top game-viewing. So many dream of visiting Africa as depicted by legendary explorers only to find themselves surrounded by crowds of fellow adventure-seekers, rather than in a pristine "Out of Africa" setting.
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Posted in: Top African Safaris, Kenya, Game Viewing

Top 3 Reasons to Go on an African Safari in Kenya

  For many of us, consciously or subconsciously, we think of a safari, and Kenya comes to mind. In part, we can thank Hollywood for its unforgettable rendering of Karen Blixen’s Kenyan farm in “Out of Africa.” But, beyond the silver screen, the history of the traditional African safari has played out in Kenya on a world stage for over 100 years and has shaped our sense of what a safari is and who takes it. Our collective interest began with early twentieth century accounts by adventurers Theodore Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway, continued with the mid-century drama of a young Princess Elizabeth learning of her father’s death and her ascension to the throne while she was on safari in Kenya, and endures today with ongoing conservation stories like that of Dame Daphne Sheldrick and her late husband David Sheldrick, and their tireless work championing Kenya’s elephants.
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Posted in: African Wildlife Conservation, Trips to Kenya, Safaris in Eastern Africa, African Elephant, Kenya, The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust

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