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Your own Guide

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only you and your family, partner in the Jeep at affordable rates.

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Reasons to visit Nairobi National Park now!!


Yes for only $70 (Non Residents), Ksh5600 (Citizens) per person Join this unique one-day daily departures to Nairobi National Park (daily departures) tour full of fun and wildlife activities. You will start by leaving your hotel to Nairobi National Park. The one and only park within a city in the world.

Turtles Facts.

Some interesting facts about turtles and tortoises:

•    Turtles have been on the earth for more than 200 million years. They evolved before mammals, birds, crocodiles, snakes and even lizards.
•    The earliest turtles had teeth and could not retract their heads, but other than this, modern turtles are very similar to their original ancestors.
•    Several species of turtles can live to be over a hundred years of age including the American Box Turtle.
•    One documented case of longevity involves an adult Indian Ocean Giant Tortoise that when captured as an adult was estimated to be fifty years old. It then lived another 152 years in captivity.
•    Turtles live on every continent except Antarctica.
•    Turtles will live in almost any climate warm enough to allow them to complete their breeding cycle.
•    While most turtles don't tolerate the cold well, the Blanding's turtle has been observed swimming under the ice in the Great Lakes region.
•    Turtles range in size from the 4-inch Bog Turtle to the 1500 pound Leathery Turtle.
•    North America contains a large variety of turtle species but Europe contains only two species of turtles and three species of tortoises.
•    The top domed part of a turtle's shell is called the carapace and the bottom underlying part is called the plastron.
•    The shell of a turtle is made up of 60 different bones all connected together.

Travel information

Travel Information

The incredible diversity of landscapes, cultures, wildlife and activities mean endless opportunities for visitors to East Africa. Kenya and Tanzania offer a diverse range of environments all within relatively close proximity to one another, and have an excellent domestic travel infrastructure. Kenya and Tanzania's rich diversity of wildlife means that no two experiences in the wild are ever the same. Visitors to Kenya and Tanzania can experience and see completely different things. In a single trip to Kenya and Tanzania, you can visit tropical forests, beautiful beaches, and deserts, climb mountains and explore the wild. In Kenya and Tanzania, it is possible to plan a safari that blends adventure and relaxation, luxury and natural simplicity, social experiences and solitude


Best Time to Visit Kenya
The dry season is considered the best season to visit Kenya. Animals clustered around water points are easily visible through the dry grass and short savanna. In addition, all roads are passable. Thus, most tourists visit from December to March and July to August, while the locals prefer the months of June, September and October as they are quieter. During July and August Masai Mara hosts massive herds of wildebeest that migrate from the Serengeti plains in search of new pastures where they will stay for a few weeks before returning to the Tanzania. 

Mountain Gorillas

Common Name: Mountain Gorilla
Scientific Name: Gorilla beringei beringei
Type: Mammals
Diet: Omnivores
Group Name: Troop, band
Average life span in The Wild: 35 years
Size: Standing height, 4 to 6 ft
Weight: 300 to 485 lbs
Size relative to a 6-ft man:

About the Mountain Gorilla

There are only several hundred mountain gorillas remaining on Earth, and about half live in the forests of the Virunga mountains in central Africa.
These gorillas live on the green, volcanic slopes of Rwanda, Uganda, and the Democratic Republic of Congo—areas that have seen much human violence from which the gorillas have not escaped unscathed.
Many conservation initiatives are meant to aid mountain gorillas, and it is believed that their numbers may be steady or slowly increasing. Still they continue to face major threats from habitat loss and poaching.
Alpha Males and Social Behavior
Mountain gorillas have longer hair and shorter arms than their lowland cousins. They also tend to be a bit larger than other gorillas.
Gorillas can climb trees, but are usually found on the ground in communities of up to 30 individuals. These troops are organized according to fascinating social structures. Troops are led by one dominant, older adult male, often called a silverback because of the swath of silver hair that adorns his otherwise dark fur. Troops also include several other young males, some females, and their offspring.

lion facts


9 Lion Facts You Should Know

            A Complex Social Structure

    Lions live in large groups called prides, similar to wolves (but not most other cat species). A pride consists of multiple related females and their dependent offspring along with two or three unrelated males. A typical pride has about 15 members, although some prides as large as 40 members have been observed.

            Second Largest Big Cat

    A male lion weighs about 500 pounds and grows to eight feet in length. It sounds impressive, but tigers are actually larger, reaching 850 pounds and 11 feet long.

            Lions Don’t Live in the Jungle

    Even though lions are known as “King of the Jungle,” they live in grasslands and plains – not the jungle. Also unusual in the animal kingdom, female lions do the hunting (usually in groups) while male lions stay home and watch over the pride. The males, however, are first to eat when the female lions come home with their kill.