Is Kenya a perfect Safari Destination post Covid-19

is kenya a perfect safari destination post covid-19

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Kenya is bordered by Uganda and Tanzania; it is among the top East African tourist destinations to visit after this pandemic because of wildlife experiences such as the Big Five, wildebeest and zebra migrations, magical beaches, bird species, and beautiful cultural people.


From July to October, Kenya's great wildebeest migration takes place through the vast topography of Maasi Mara National Reserve to Serengeti National Park, accompanied by the presence of zebras.


Kenya’s magical great wildebeest migration occurs every year and involves millions of wildebeests and thousands of zebras moving from the southern sector of Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area to the southern sector of Maasi Mara National Park in Kenya and then returning to Serengeti National Park.


Kenya’s great migration is unique because it involves clockwise moments of zebras and wildebeests crossing approximately 3000 kilometers in search of fresh waters and grounds, mostly during dry seasons, making it an epic safari destination for tourists.