Before we coming to Tsavo Est, we visited a Masai village that was open to tourists. Well, I must say that Masai live today in the same way as they lived hundreds of years ago. The houses made from wood and mud, very little and very dark, but the temperature inside is very supportable.
The safari started when we arrived to Tsavo Est. This national park is characteristic for the red color of the soil that gives a special impression, together with reach vegetation. Numerous sorts of animals are present in the site, and we were very fortunate because we saw a lion too; it's not an animal that can be seen in each safari, due to a vast area that the park occupies.
As this was our first safari, and I hope it will not the last, our heart beat fast, and the adrenaline spread through the body. Wherever you look, the animals were all around. In their natural ambience, on the beach or on a rest in the shade of a tree or in the interplay of games - beautifully. I had a big problem because I did not know what to do. On the one hand, I wanted to perpetuate myself with my digital camera that I specifically bought for that 10-by-10 zoom opportunity (professionals say it's minimum for a photo safari). On the other hand, constant clicking takes away the attention of the object of this journey and does not allow you to fully enjoy the flora and fauna.
Crocodile Camp, where we stayed, took its name for the presence of crocodiles at the border of the camp, on the little beach of the near river. For the tourists of the camp, a special spectacle each evenings is feeding the crocodiles with the pieces of fish. After two days that we spent in Tsavo Est, 8th February we left this beautiful place, and in the morning reached, with a little plane, Lake Nakuru, another paradise in this amazing country, called Kenya.
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