Traveling Kenya – The Truth About Kenya!

 Lake Aurum is located on the ground of the Great Rift Valley a few kilometers from the city of Aurum Traveling Kenya. Aurum is a word that means Masai dust. The park was founded in 1961 and includes the lake and the surrounding savannah. Covers an area of inappropriately 90 miles. Limits north of the crater Menengai crater Embry south, Traveling Kenya the Mau scarp to the west, Lion Hill extends to the north and the hills of Northeast Bahati.

There are three rivers that flow into the lake to know; Norco, Traveling Kenya, Enderit and Makalia.
Lake Nakuru National Park is one of Kenya’s premier tourist attraction sites. The lake is famous for the observation of more than one million flamingos that nest the birds along the coasts Traveling Kenya. The shallow lake of alkaline water and abundant algae are a good source of food for birds kenya safari. According to scientific knowledge, kenya safari, the large flock of flamingo birds on Lake Nakuru consumes about 250,000 kilos of algae per year.

There are two types of flamingo birds on the lake; The little flamenco, which is the largest in number and flamenco. The little flamingo bird has a deep red carmine beak and pink plumage. The largest flamenco is a bill with a black tip Traveling Kenya.

The lake is at an altitude of 1758 meters above sea level and comprises about 27 percent of the park. Other birds commonly seen on the lake include pelicans, Traveling Kenya, cormorants, ducks, avocets and stilts. The introduction of Tilapia graham in 1960 has flourished in recent years. This type of fish was introduced because it can withstand salt water and simultaneously control mosquitoes kenya safari. Fish is also a good source of food for birds that feed on fish Traveling Kenya.

The vegetation of the park extends from the forest of acacias, large cactus, Traveling Kenya Euphoria of the forest grasslands and savannahs. The forest and lake are home to more than 400 species of migratory birds. Today, Traveling Kenya the Nakuru Lake National Park is closed primarily to protect the poaching rhinoceros population. In fact, this park has the highest concentration of black and white rhinos in Kenya and the chances of spotting these endangered animals are high kenya safari.

Part of the rhinos, kenya safari the park is home to the Rothschild Giraffe, Traveling Kenya which were moved from the center of the giraffe in Nairobi kenya safari. The bark of the abundant acacia trees provide adequate food for the Rothschild Giraffe with the Masai Giraffe kenya safari. Other wild animals found in the park include buffalo, leopards, wild boars, zebras, gazelles and a large water flock Buck. There are also lots of hippopotami and otters in the lake without chalk. There are many python snakes especially in dense forests in the park. This park is also home to the largest forest of Euphoria Kenya Traveling Kenya.

Lake Nakuru has faced challenges in the past. Urbanization, Traveling Kenya worsening agriculture, kenya safari, drought and pollution have reduced the population of flamingos. Drainage from nearby factories reduces alkaline concentration, Traveling Kenya which reduces the algae that are the main food for flamingo birds.
You can visit the park anytime of the year and have excellent bird and game observations. Aurum Lake National Park is located 157 kilometers from Nairobi and 4 kilometers from the city of Aurum.

Proud People
Filling this landscape, Traveling Kenya adding depth and resonance to the secular history of Kenya are some of the most famous characters in Africa. The Maasai, Samburu, kenya safari, Turkana, Traveling Kenya, Swahili, Kikuyu: are the people whose stories and daily struggles tell the story of a country and a continent – the struggle to maintain traditions as the modern world crowds, kenya safari, survival in some of the environments The hardest in the world, the old tension between those who grow up and those who wander. Approaching these crops, even getting to understand a little better by being with them, could just be a highlight of your visit kenya safari.

Scenery stir
When you think of Africa, you probably think Kenya kenya safari. This is the only one of acacia silhouetted against a horizon that extends to eternity. It is the mountain almost on the equator and in the view of the hard deserts covered with snow kenya safari. It is lush coastline and bordered by the Indian Ocean with palm trees, it is the Great Rift Valley, Traveling Kenya  which threatened to destroy the continent, Traveling Kenya and it is dense forests reminiscent of the heart of the continent. In short, Kenya is a country of epic landforms that awakens our deepest desires of this very special continent Traveling Kenya.

That’s why I love Kenya
By Anthony Ham, writer
Kenya is where my love story with Africa made the decision and promised not to let go Traveling Kenya. Fauna (big cats in particular) and desert are some of the great passions of my life and this is where I saw my first lion in (Amboseli), Traveling Kenya my first cheetah on the hunt (Tsavo Estee) my first leopard in a (Tsavo West ) And I got so close to the elephants (Taita Hills) and black rhinos (Lewa) that I could touch them. It is home to friends Maasai and Samburu who give me hope that the old ways can survive kenya safari.

The conservation of the house
Survival and abundance of Kenya’s wildlife are just one of the most innovative conservation community and prosperous Africa. With a rather difficult love – Kenya has been a pioneer in the use of armed guards to protect rhinos and elephants – Kenya has continued to empty the desert, Traveling Kenya bringing its poaching after the breach of the 1970s and 1980s. That in places like Laikipia and the Masai Mara, Traveling Kenya  private and community conservation areas provide tourism with community development and wildlife conservation in near-perfect marriage kenya safari. In other words, if you want your business to make a difference, you are in the right place Traveling Kenya.

Abundant wildlife
This is the land of wildebeest and zebras Masai Mara migrating to millions with the great predators of Africa after its wake. But Kenya also houses Tsavo’s red elephants, Traveling Kenya families of Amboseli elephants in the shade of Mount Kilimanjaro and the millions of flamingos delicately mounted around lake lakes kenya safari. Africa is the last great desert, where these creatures survive Traveling Kenya. And Kenya is the place to respond to the call of African nature Traveling Kenya.

Culture could be defined as a pattern of behavior, shared attitude, values, Traveling Kenya and practices among a certain community. It is one aspect held with a lot of pride and admiration by the people of Kenya. It forms the basis of cultural tourism in Kenya, Traveling Kenya which makes a major contribution to tourism. Tourism is the second income generating activity in Kenya after agriculture. It creates training and employment opportunities as well as regional development kenya holidays.

Cultural tourism is the practice of appreciating culture through education or entertainment. This is done through traveling to foreign societies to observe and learn factors that mold the lifestyle of their people. They include their history, kenya holidays religion, art, kenya safari, beliefs and customs. This practice is driven by the desire to experience cultural diversity. There are 8 provinces in Kenya, Traveling Kenya occupied by 42 tribes. In every region, cultural tourism is practiced either throughout the year or occasionally depending on how much the people hold on to their culture. In most cases it is determined by where people live Traveling Kenya.

Beliefs and customs are practiced not only in the traditional settings but also in the modern settings, good examples would be dowry payment, Traveling Kenya traditional dances and the infamous female genital mutilation practiced by the Kikuyu Community who live around the capital city and highlands. The Kikuyu are the largest community in the country Traveling Kenya. They played a central role in the quest for independent Kenya from the British colonization. Their culture can be learned from their natural setting such as areas around Mt. Kenya, kenya holidays or cultural centers like Reiki cultural center in Kiambu kenya holidays. This is a place set up in the traditional Kikuyu way, with all the nine clans kenya safari. It promotes the Kikuyu culture through entertainment and education of the young generation Traveling Kenya.

In the coast region, one is likely to learn the Swahili culture, Traveling Kenya have a taste of their delicious meals such as Wali, kenya safari, kenya holidays get entertained to their Tara music, Traveling Kenya, learn about the Islamic religion and their traditional attire the Kanzu and Buibui. The ‘Hando’ (traditional attire) carnival celebration of the Mijikenda nine communities, kenya safari is one you may not afford to miss Traveling Kenya.

Cultural tourism differ from one people to another. In Western Kenya, Traveling Kenya the Luo will entertain you with Ohangla music for all occasions and ‘Tero Bur’ traditional mourning ceremony, characterized by dance. You will learn their unique and outdated custom of wife inheritance. Visit the Tabaka Hills that produces the sort after Kisii Soap stone kenya safari. In the Rift valley, Traveling Kenya  one will find running tribe legends, the Kalenjin and the famous Maasai kenya safari. These are herding groups whose food is mainly meat, Traveling Kenya milk and blood kenya holidays. The Masai have established cultural Manyatta (igloo shaped houses) along the Amboseli national park in the southern Kenya. These are Masai homesteads from where they are able to showcase their culture and sell bead work Traveling Kenya.

Five think you need to know before you go to Kenya

1. Be careful about eating meat
Be careful to eat meat outside the luxury country houses, kenya safari sometimes the quality or style of cuisine are not suitable for foreign stomachs Traveling Kenya.

2. Pills against malaria
Whatever you do, do not forget your malaria pills kenya holidays. Err on the side of caution in this case Traveling Kenya.

3. Small insects are dangerous too!
Remember that small things (mustard wasps, acacia thorns, Traveling Kenya, etc.) are often more dangerous than the big five so come prepared with spray and long pants Traveling Kenya . If you are planning a bike tour be very careful and bring a spare kit because the acacia thorns are deadly for the bicycle tires kenya holidays.

4. Mount Kilimanjaro – It’s cold!
A little further from the border, on Mt. Kilimanjaro from Tanzania many travelers also visit Kenya. It can be summit for a very, very cold day before sunrise – bring warm clothing and you will enjoy the top even more and avoid catching a cold on the way down.

5. Stay Street Reporter in Nairobi
Nairobi is not the best place to walk as a Muzungu. Keep your knowledge of the streets of you and ask your inn, Traveling Kenya, kenya holidays which areas to avoid.

Finally Traveling Kenya  it’s amazing and danger, Traveling Kenya because Wild it’s so amazing but same time it’s danger because it’s there most danger animal especially animal eating meat like tiger and lion etc.., kenya holidays but it’s so amazing it’s huge wild, kenya holidays into wild they are live a lot of tribe. i love it despite it’s danger but it’s so amazing every year 1 million tourist they are visit Kenya.  

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