Visiting Loita hills Masai Village is a once in a life time experience because it’s in this region where you will be able to experience the unique Masai culture.
The village has some great activities for tourists. From lectures on Masai origin to the Masai “self contained houses” with everything the family needs including a room for the calves and goats!
A visit to the loita hills Masai village exposes one to the original Masai culture which has remained uninfluenced by modern education or Christianity. So when you’re on safari in Kenya don’t forget to soak up some culture too!
The annual wild beast migration is a spectacular event to watch. Watching the animals crossing the Mara River from Serengeti National park to Maasai Mara Game reserve is breathtaking. The struggle for survival is amazing: Mara crocodile feeding on wild beasts and calves gasping for breath as they drawn away. The saying that survival is for the fittest is best manifested here.
I can’t really figure out my favourite National park because there is a lot of uniqueness in every park we visit. I would recommend them all if you have the time!
When a pride of lions killed a zebra in our bush camp at Samburu National Reserve at night, and we had to stay in our tents up to around 10am in the morning when the game rangers came to scare away the lions.
I would encourage use of local tour leaders like the guides intrepid use, because they understand their country better. You can ask them any questions and they’ll make sure you get the real Kenya experience.
I prefer camping because it’s real and it promotes intensive interaction between crew and clients unlike the Lodge, where clients are always on their own.
They say Kenyans are easy to get along with and they are very welcoming.
Intrepid Travel are offering two great special offers.
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