Safaris in Kenya
In Swahili, 'safari' means “going on a journey”. To me being on safari is indeed not just about travelling but about a journey full of unique experiences...
Kenya is so stunningly beautiful. Spending time on the open savannah, seeing majestic animals roaming free makes a safari so very special. Being so magically at one with nature truly touches your soul - believe me, it will happen to you too!
A typical day on safari starts with a very early rise for coffee/tea, usually around 05:30. Dawn and dusk are the best times to see wildlife active, so your first game drive will take place well before breakfast. You'll return to your lodge around 09:30/10:00 for breakfast, followed by free time to relax or undertake optional activities such as bush walks or excursions.
Wildlife retreat to the shade during the heat of the day, so lunch is usually spent at your lodge or camp, before returning to the bush for your second game drive as dusk approaches. You'll be back at your camp after sunset for a well-earned 'sun downer' drink before freshening up for your evening meal.
After dinner, most travellers retire to bed relatively early to ensure a good night’s sleep before the next dawn wake-up call! Days on safari can be quite active but totally exhilarating. You can find out more about life on safari in my FAQs.
Anna Safari Guide trips are not a 'tick-list' exercise - I believe it is a joy to be close to nature and to experience whatever wildlife wonders each day presents. I aim to share my wildife/conservation passion and experience with all my guests, I hope you will join me one day.
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