what to pack for safari in Kenya

What to wear on safari – full guide on what to pack for safari in Kenya

Safari trips are amazing adventures! And so was our Masai Mara safari in Kenya. However, in order to fully enjoy your African holidays, it’s important to know what to wear on safari to feel comfortable. Below you can find the necessary safari packing list, that will help you decide on what to pack for safari in Kenya (or any other African country).

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Amazing African Safari Animals during Great Migration – 40+ photos from Masai Mara to inspire you to go on safari in Kenya

What African safari animals can you see during the Great Migration safari in Kenya? Each year millions of wildebeest and zebra travel to Masai Mara from the fields of Serengeti in Tanzania, followed by numerous predators. This is the bucket list spectacle of nature that took our breaths away! Have a look what African safari animals you can see during the Masai Mara migration in Kenya and how to experience the best safari in Kenya on your own.

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Madagascar: The beginning. Nosy Be – Hell Ville, Ambondrona & Ambatoloaka

It was still dark. The plane was going lower and lower, the pressure was blocking my ears. „Just a few more minutes and we will be in Africa!” – I thought – „In Madagascar!”. In the country, that always seemed so far away and unreachable for me, that I’ve never even dreamed of going there. Such an exotic and unusual, nothing like what I’ve ever seen before. I couldn’t wait to touch it, to feel it, to experience it all! Lemurs, chameleons, baobabs. Couple more minutes and we touched the ground…

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Madagascar – the bad story

I went back to the tent, opened the entrance and crawled inside. The night was really dark and it took me some time before I found the torch and turned it on. Suddenly, I felt that something is not right. My heart was beating faster and faster, pumping too much blood to my brain. I saw the black night sky through the back side of the tent. The material was freely blowing in the wind. There was a huge hole in the rear wall! I didn’t understand what was going on. And then it hit me. „Paulina!!!!” I screamed.

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