Why Not Kenya Wildebeest Migration
Kenya was voted as one of the best destination for a Safari.


One attractions that put Safari in Kenya in the world map is the Wildebeest migration in Masai Mara national reserve.

This spectacular event that happens twice a year attracted more than 700,000 tourists in 2015. It is one amazing event that many tourist have made it a must see event every year.

This is a one year amazing wonder that attract thousands of tourists to Kenya. Dubbed as one of the 7 new wonders of the world, the Migration is something that you wish not to miss.

1.3 million Wildebeest!

Yes I said 1.3 million wildebeest migrating.


They start at Serengeti in Tanzania. They move in huge numbers across the dangerous Masai Mara River, in Kenya which is full of crocodile in search of water and food. It is here that you get to witness the law of Mother Nature when it comes to food chain. As the wildebeest struggle to cross the fast moving river to reach the other side for food, hundreds of hungry crocodile a waits. Thousand of wildebeest died will crossing this river. Majority of them drown will other are eaten by crocodile. Don't forget hundreds of Lions, Leopards, hyena and other carnivorous a waits on the other side of the river.

It is a journey that has its danger but also a lot to see. You get to see more than a million wildebeest surviving. You've a chance to see pride of lions hunting for survival. Let us not forget the Zebras, antelopes, buffaloes etc.




What make the wildebeest special is their ability to detect Rain in the North and that is why they travel to Masai Mara in Kenya in search of pasture and water.

What makes this amazing is the annual repetition of the same. Every year Millions of wildebeest migrate to and fro Masai Mara. This is one of the best Kenya tourist attractions in the world.

World travel Awards ha Kenya as the best safari destination. The last time Kenya was voted was in 2013. 

Destinations like Masai Mara national reserve, Historic Lamu Town, The port city of Mombasa are the among the most visited destination in Kenya.

The Awards that went to Kenya include:-
 1) Diani beach resort was voted was voted the best leading beach resort.
 2) Diani beach resort and spa was voted the Spa in Africa.
 3) Masai Mara game reserve  was voted the best park in Africa.
 4) Kenya Airways won the best business class.
 5) Port Mombasa scoped the cruising port.
 6) Kenya tourism board won the Africa tourism board.
 7) Gamewatchers safaris and porini camps won the best safari tented camps.
 8) The best Eco-lodge award went to Olanana sanctuary.
 9) Nairobi Serena hotel took the best hotel Award.
10) Kempinski hotel won the the best brand category.
11) InterContinental hotel won the best business hotel category.

The 10TH WTO ministerial conference will be held in Nairobi on 15th to 18th December 2015. Over 7,000 people from across the globe are expected to attend the conference. This will be a major boost to Kenya tourism sector.

The meeting which will be opened by the Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta, at Kenyatta International Convention Center, will take 3 days.

Kenyatta International Convention Center

Guest will have a chance to enjoy the tourist attractions like the Nairobi national park, which is the only major park within the capital city. Other tour attractions within 10-15 minutes drive from conference venue include the Nairobi animal orphanage, Nairobi museum, Bomas of Kenya, Karen Blixen Museum etc.

This conference is being held after the Doha conference in 2001 where poor countries raised issues concerning agriculture which will be the key agenda in this year conference.
Major hotels within Nairobi like Hilton hotel, Serana and Horfolk hotels are already fully booked. However, there are other international acclaimed hotels that you can book.

Security has been beefed up and all set for the world to converge in Nairobi to discuss issues affecting trade.


On Sunday 22nd November 2015, one of the four remaining White rhino died in San Diego Zoo. 
Now, there are three white rhino on planet remaining in Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Nanyuki, Kenya. The rhino that died on Sunday was called Nola. It was 41 years old. The three remaining white rhino are called Sudan 43 years, Najin 27 years and Fatu 13 years.

If you plan to have a Safari in Kenya, you must visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy and see this rare rhino that are nearing extinction. Efforts have been put to encourage mating at this conservancy to avoid a possible extinction but in vain.
The only hope lies on technology like stem cell technology or IVF to save this species. That is why  Make a Rhino, a campaign in GoFundMe is trying to raise $1 million towards all efforts to save the white Rhino.

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