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Top experiences in Kenya

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  1. Jane M says:

    This makes Kenya sound wonderful. I especially want to go to see the wildlife there. However, I’ve heard from friends that Kenya can also be a bit dangerous and difficult. What was your experience like?

    • Natasha says:

      Yes some parts can be. There is often a military presence there (UK) and they are there for training, so I think if anything really bad was going on they would be there for other reasons

  2. Living in Africa has it’s up and downs but for me the biggest bonus is getting to see animals in their natural environment. Coming around a corner you never know what you will see, and a baby elephant is always a special sighting.

  3. Mike Cotton says:

    Great write up on your time in Kenya. I have yet to visit Kenya but my father did some work in the country during the 1990s, his stories always inspired the wanderlust in me.
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  4. It would be amazing to see the wildlife in their natural habitat, so much better than in a zoo or wildlife park.
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  5. Lydia Smith says:

    Visiting an African country is sure one way to contribute to humanity. Thanks for the post and thanks for being real. The locals would forever have you in their hearts.
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  6. I choose to book a package deal when planning my travels to Kenya. I only had two weeks to spend there and being able to secure a spot on a three-day safari was an absolute priority (I met people who paid a lot more by booking it in when in the country). However, my time there left me feeling as if there was more to Kenya that the straight wildlife vs. relaxation mix.

    Outside of that bubble you will find a proud cultural heritage, warm-hearted local people and incredible landscape that will stop you in your tracks.
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  7. Erica says:

    Interacting with the locals makes any trip such a beautiful experience. It’s a great way to learn about their culture. Glad to hear you had an amazing time!

  8. Paige W says:

    I would love to visit Kenya. It’s in my top 5 for Africa. I’m dying to get there! I would really love to work on a community project.
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  9. Megan Jerrard says:

    Kenya was my first introduction to Africa, and I visited as part of a world scout camp, so we also did volunteer projects – my group set up bus stops in rural regions, we built them from scratch – I was pretty proud of the work! And then after the projects we went out on safari, you’re right, the wildlife blew me away! Such a beautiful and friendly country where you can combine community development voluntourism with leisure tourism 🙂

  10. Suruchi says:

    It is great to see the wildlife in natural habitat and you had such a close encounter. Talking to locals helps you learn about their culture. Overall you seem to had an amazing experience.

  11. Cat says:

    It must be such a rewarding experience to participate in a community where you can help the local community. I would love to do that if there’s short term project available. And of course, seeing wildlife is a must!
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  12. David says:

    Absolutely! The locals are brilliant!

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