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Why Going on a Safari is Eco-Friendly

Just a short little article about how safaris are turning eco friendly! :)

Kenya Camping Safaris

Virtually every person who visits Kenya goes to Masai Mara, and with good reason . This is the Kenyan section of the wildly evocative Serengeti plains, and the wildlife is abundant. These are also traditionally the lands of the Masai, but these people have been displaced in favor of the animals.The mara ( as its often abbreviated to) is a 320-sq-km slab of basically open rolling grassland dotted with the distinctive flat topped acacia trees tucked away in the south west corner of the reserve.
Wildlife in Masai mara
It's the seven wonders of the world's famous game reserve due to the annual wild

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Triangular sand colored stone building with a heavy rectangular opening and a pe

Egypt Ancients Monuments | Things to Do

East Bank

  • Market: The secret to markets in Egypt is to keep walking. Eventually the market will be less oriented for tourists and more targeted toward locals.
  • Temples: A must see is Luxor temple at night. The lights make the reliefs clearer, and it can be very peaceful if there are no large tour groups. A mosque was constructed on TOP of part of the temple when the temple was still covered with sand. The mosque is still there, only the door is one story off the floor!
  • Museums: Unlike the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, the Luxor Museum and the Mummification Museum focus on quality rather than quantity. The objects in these museums are organized in a coherent manner with modern displays that even have labels!
Hundreds of rolled and stacked oriental rugs
Night view of lighted temple and symetrical walkway to it.
View of boat
Egyptian coffin with clear face on the front
Inside large columned room
Painting on the wall
Outside view, sand colored columned structures