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The trip to Kenya (the trip to Africa) is very tasty

2018-03-08 08:00:00

Wow ha ha O(∩_∩)O~ Today we are very happy to share the Kenya travel in Africa, everyone think, where is the most attractive place in Africa? Wild African man, scary mask, lion, cheetah, big rhino, big hippo........ Today let's get a taste of real African game. Follow Me...... Kenya is a world famous tourist destination. It is home to a wide variety of wildlife, beautiful coral reefs under the sea, snow-capped mountains and one of the world's rarest rift valleys. The annual July to September migration of millions of antelopes, zebras and giraffes across the vast African savannahs and rivers is one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on the planet. The coast of Kenya is unique, with white sand beaches that border the warm and sultry Indian Ocean. In Kenya, you can also walk among the birds in the cool mountains or trek through the alpine jungle. Either way, you will experience the unique charm of Kenya.

Maasai crafts on the Kenyan savanna

The Maasai are one of the most famous nomadic peoples still active in East Africa, with a population of nearly one million, mainly in Kenya and northern Tanzania. Today's Maasai people still adhere to the traditional way of life, but on the other hand, they are more involved in local tourism. END

The Masai Mara in Kenya

The Masai Mara National Reserve is located on Kenya's western border with Tanzania and is connected to the Serengeti Animal Reserve in Tanzania. The reserve was established in 1961 and covers an area of 1,800 square kilometers. With 95 species of mammals and 450 species of birds, it is one of the best wildlife reserves in the world. END

The Masai of the Kenyan savanna

The Maasai people, who live mainly in the grasslands of northern Kenya and Tanzania, have a population of about 900,000 and speak the Maasai language. The Maasai live under a strict tribal system, and their attire is very ethnic - adult men wear their hair in small braids and adult women shave their heads. Their costumes are colorful, men wear "bunka", generally red, consisting of two pieces of fabric, one wrapped around the body to hide the shame and one slanted over the shoulder. Women wear "kanga", which is more colorful and varied, and the pattern is mainly colored stripes. END

Kenya's flamingo-watching paradise

Lake Nakuru is the largest flamingo habitat in Kenya and enjoys the reputation of "bird watching paradise". Lake Nakuru was home to more than a million flamingos, about one-third of the world's total.