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The Only Two Reasons Why You Should Travel to Kenya

The Only Two Reasons Why You Should Travel to Kenya

While some people are looking forward to experiencing the hustle and bustle of city life like New York and Paris, there are those who are looking for the perfect paradise, with a chance to see the greatness of animals in their natural habitat. Kenya is known for its savannah and safaris. This is the place where you can see a landscape that you can only see in movies like The Lion King. Today, we will show you two of the ultimate reasons why you should visit Kenya if true, and natural paradise is in your bucket list. A High Density of Wildlife Kenya is the definitive place to see wild animals in their natural habitat. If you visit at the right time of the year, you will witness the massive migration of wildebeests while you float on a hot air balloon. On top of this, the safari is a reserve that houses a wild diversity of wildlife. Here, you can marvel at the sheer size of elephants in the Amboseli National Park. Guaranteed, you cannot help but take photos of them as the sunset silhouettes their figures against a mountain backdrop—the great Mount Kilimanjaro. It is in the Kenyan Safari where you will see the grace of giraffes, the agility of antelopes and zebras, and the lazy basking of hippos in various bodies of water. And yes, if you want to see something more exciting, prepare to see a bloody hunt. It is in Kenya where you may have a chance to witness how powerful predators like lions and cheetahs attack their prey with a purpose. A Collection of Ancient Artifacts It is widely accepted in the scientific community that Africa is the cradle of human life. This is...

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Find Your Heart In San Francisco

Find Your Heart In San Francisco

To some, San Francisco is the quintessential American city, and most first-time visitors discover a similar feeling upon leaving. The tumultuous roller coaster of the city’s history, tied in closely with the history of the United States, has created a mecca of modernism and tradition, revolution and reaction, sassy style and sophistication. San Francisco began as the Spanish colony of Yerba Buena, followed soon thereafter by the California Gold Rush, which exploded the city’s population nearly 25-fold within a year. An earthquake followed by the Great Fire nearly destroyed the entire city in 1906. Since San Francisco’s early city hood it has been a mosaic melting pot of Chinese, Japanese and Italian immigrants (to name a few), many of whom were held at Angel Island, the West’s own Ellis Island equivalent. Today you can catch a ferry out to the historic island which is now a beautiful park suited for most outdoor recreation including cycling and jogging. It’s Got That Groovy Feeling San Francisco has been a bastion of social movements and progressive thinkers over the last century. Although it may not be the Summer of Love anymore, this city is still a product of its Hippie parents, civil rights protests and beatnik artist generation – as well as the dot-com boom and burst that came in the late 90s. The Critical Mass ride on the last Friday of each month is true to form for San Francisco. Hundreds of bicyclists gather and ride a route through the city streets to a predetermined destination to claim their rights to the streets (make sure you are not driving that day!). A walk through The Castro, the predominantly gay and artsy neighborhood, is also a must do. You will find exquisite...

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