These final pictures from our Kenyan safari are a bit random. We thought they would round out the posts by giving you a picture of places we stayed, what our travels were like, and some other views of Kenya.
We stayed in a comfortable tent camp our first three nights. We enjoyed spacious lodging, including a fully functioning bathroom, good meals, and cold Tuskers at the end of a long day
on the Maasai Mara. Packed lunches allowed us to stay on the day’s game drive each day of our safari. While out room in Lake Nakuru left much to be desired, the park was a nice change from the Mara and the lodge provided its own great views.
The roads in the lands inhabited by the Maasai are some of the worst roads we have ever traveled on. The little bit of paved road is totally pot holed, and the dirt roads are full of craters, huge stones and many, many stream crossings without bridges. We were fortunate to have our own van and great driver, Martin, who navigates these “roads” with the greatest of skill.
The savannahs of southwestern Kenya provide stunning scenery. It is a vast and beautiful part of the world.