Kenya: Maasai Mara

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Maasai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

On the territory of the reserve lives large Masai population, that still believe in their traditional way of life. Although the Maasai Mara is frequently visited by tourists, you still can find some hidden miraculous places.

The name Maasai Mara refers to the area’s original Masai inhabitants, lies in the south-west Kenya. The whole area is connected to the Tanzanian Serengeti national park, from where large herds of animals are migrating every year.

The main attraction of Maasai Mara: Huge migration and black rhinos

wildebeest migration in maasai mara kenyaIn the Maasai Mara reserve it’s possible to spot all animals from the “big five” (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino). But the most exotic experience awaits you at the so-called Great Migration, which is repeated every year from July to October.

 

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Morocco

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Morocco landscape with hills and sky

The Kingdom of Morocco located in the northwestern tip of Africa has lately been becoming an increasingly popular destination for travelers seeking an exotic vacation. Morocco represents one of the easiest ways to experience the magic of the Orient.

Originally a French colony, Morocco blends African, Arabian and European culture together, while keeping its uniqueness mainly due to the Islamic religion. The tourism industry is well developed and the sector of services is at a good level. Most of the population lives on the coast and in the northern part of the country. The area of Western Sahara is mostly desolate, inhabited only by nomadic tribes. Moroccans are very hospitable and friendly, strong traditional laws of hospitality can be encountered especially in remote areas. Continue reading