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Safari in Kenya

Pictures and videos in the reserves north of Nairobi:
Aberdare, Solio, Shaba, Samburu, Ol Pejeta and Lake Nakuru.

Maasai Giraffes
Lionesse and Black-backed Jackal
Young Hippo
Spotted Hyena
Males Cheetas
Lion near the Lodge
Lion eating
Group of Lions
Giraffes family
Cheetah family
Young Cheetah
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We had the chance to do two safaris in Kenya with the same guide. 16 days in January 2022, then 12 in mid-October 2023

Our first safari first took us to the forests of the Aberdares, meeting buffaloes and elephants. The water point in front of The Ark Lodge is an ideal place to observe mammals and birds at the end of the day and at night.

The white and black rhinos of the Solio reserve remain an unforgettable sight. Shaba won us over with its landscapes and birds, but Samburu remains THE place not to be missed in the north of the country, with herds of elephants, families of lions and cheetahs, not to mention gazelles and birds.

Ol Pejeta is a more discreet reserve located right on the equator. Few birds, but a beautiful encounter with two lionesses and a leopard. Finally, at Lake Nakuru, the spectacle of the flamingos, as well as the Rothschild giraffes, are worth the detour.

During the second, we first went west, towards the Maasai Mara, more precisely the Mara North Conservancy, then Lake Bogoria before returning to Solio and Samburu.