1. Maasai Mara

Kenya’s most popular game sanctuary having been recognized as the 8 th
Wonder of the world. It is also the home of the famed Maasai people, a
unique and popular tribe due to their long-preserved culture. Despite
education, civilization and western cultural influences, the Maasai
people have clung to their traditional way of life making them a symbol
of Kenyan culture. You will have game drives to suit your wishes
hunting for the big game to be shot only through your camera lenses.
Always looking out for the elusive “Big Five” i.e., Lion, Elephant, Buffalo
and the extremely rare and shy black rhino and leopard. Mara is also
home to over 350 species of birds.

No of Days  Max Pax Price Range (USD)
4  6 785 – 961


2.Amboseli Safari

Amboseli is famous for its scenery with a backdrop of snow-capped
Mount Kilimanjaro which is the highest peak mountain in Africa (5,895
meters above sea level) followed by Mount Kenya (5,199 meters above
sea level). Mount Kilimanjaro is a dormant volcanic mountain with
spectacular landscapes and amazing photographic scenery, which is
situated across the border in Tanzania. Amboseli national park is a
famous place for being home of the large free- ranging elephants and
other wild animals like, Cheetahs, Lions, Leopards, Bat Eared Fox, zebra,
Giraffe, different types of antelopes among other wild animals.

No of Days Max Pax Price Range (USD)
3 6 551-641


3. Samburu Safari

Samburu is a name of Masai origin ‘Samburr’ being a traditional leather
bag for carrying honey and milk. The region is characterized by vast,
open landscapes, dried riverbeds (depending on the season of the year)
and red volcanic soil. Rock outcroppings contrast against the dense
woodland vegetation along the banks of Ewaso Nyiro meaning ‘River of
brown water’, the river that gives life to the reserve.
The area is home to the famous Samburu people who are closely
related to the Masai in the South. Both have retained their old cultural
tradition and have defied passage of time and civilization.

Samburu is renowned for its rare species of fauna known as the
‘Samburu five’. These five particular animals are usually only found
north of the equator – the long-necked gerenuk, the reticulated giraffe
which is characterized by its liver-colored geometric patches defined by
narrow white lines, the Grevy zebra which is bigger than the common
zebra and looks more like a horse, the Beisa oryx with black horizontal
stripe running across its lower flank and the Somali ostrich males which
have blue-grey necks and thighs.


No of Days Max Pax Price Range (USD)
3 6 571-750

What included.
 Accommodation and meals on full bond
 Transport 4×4
 Experienced tour driver and a guide
 All park fees
 Mineral water

What not included

 All International Airfares and Taxes
 Anything of a personal nature e.g., Laundry
 All drinks at the lodges and Camps
 Tips and Gratuities
 Medical expense

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In Kenya, flamingos are mostly found in the Great Rift Valley. Lake Nakuru is one of the places where flamingos are found in large numbers making them a Kenyan Tourist Attraction in the Lake Nakuru National Park.

Flamingos at Nakuru National Park

Flamingo Reproduction

Flamingos are among the most romantic social birds living in colonies although females can change their mates as they are in large numbers. Males choose their breeding mates depending on the brightness of their feathers colors.

Flamingo Feeding & Incubation

Flamingos are known to mate during the rainy season. During these seasons, there is enough food to feed their chicks which are usually in large numbers. Like other birds, flamingos have internal fertilization and the eggs hatch after 30 days. During this period, both male and female take part in incubation and feeding.

In conclusion, flamingos are seen all throughout the year, but in large numbers during the rainy and after rainy seasons as there is increase in alkaline levels in the lake which causes increase in blue – green algae.

The Lesser Flamingos

Also referred to as phoeniconaias Minor is the smallest but the numerous one in Kenya. They have a Pink color and live on lake shores of Lake Bogoria in Nakuru National park

The Pink flamingos feed on microscopic plants in Mud and cool water. They do not feed on rough water.


About Lake Nakuru in Kenya

Lake Nakuru is a Saline Water Lake, Meaning it has a High salt concentration Level. It is approximately 164 km from Nairobi City, Capital of Kenya,1754 Meters above Sea Level and Lies South of Nakuru County.

Lake Nakuru National Park
Lake Nakuru National Park

Why You Should Visit Lake Nakuru National Park

If you Love Watching birds and Wildlife then this is the place, Lake Nakuru National Park is Home to over 400 recorded birds! These birds include:

    • Brimestone canary
    • Greycrowned crane


  • Imperial Eagles
  • Bateleur
  • Lapwing
  • Abyssynian
  • Black tail godwit

At GeoffreysTravels we have designed a package that is designed for Bird Watching, Click here to Book it

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Story by Kimani Wanyoike Founder Leo Sky Africa

It’s a race. It’s always been a race.

The greatest achievements in space in the current and last century have largely been driven by the desire to do it first. The back light that illuminates popular Space news is whether it has successfully been done before. It seems our promiscuous attention has eyes only for the undone, the new, the novel.

We remember Cosmonaut Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin for being the first human to travel to outer Space but have no space in our collective RAM for the names of the second, third or fourth members of our species to break through the outer limits of our atmosphere. A few may state with confidence the names of the crew of Apollo 11, the first manned moon landing, but only a infinitesimal fraction of the same can name the crew of Apollo 12. We love firsts and want to be first.

Early 2019 an Israeli start up launched a moon lander on board a Space X rocket with ambitions of being the first private vehicle and spacecraft to achieve moon landing . Recently, China in a true statement of intent landed on the Dark side of the moon, another first. Japan, submitting to it’s inert “extraness”  became the first to land two robots on an asteroid. In late 2018 and early 2019 the firsts have been coming thick and fast.

Space is another opportunity for Africans to claim more firsts. First successful mobile money platform, first drone based blood and drug delivery system, first blockchain baby, first mall with an integrated solar system,and last but not least, first man. These are all African. The culture that breeds brave, ambitious, and innovative pioneers can find perfect expression in taking part in our planet’s space race.

In this long distant sprint we have had a slow start but this is an advantage. It allows us to learn what to avoid while making completely new mistakes, never repeating the mistakes of others. It allows us to walk through technical barriers building on available success. It gives us perspective on what is important and what is superfluous. Finally it gives us space and room to focus on our main objective; Africans in space, for Africans, by Africans. It is no secret who runs the world when it comes to long distant races.

This is Leo Sky Africa, a willing partner and supporter of all things that allow the continent to leverage it’s great resources to gain Space for the betterment of humanity. We are here for the distance we are here to win.