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It could be contended that “safari” was born in Kenya, with the primal drama of lion, leopard, and cheetah hungrily ensuing a sea of wildebeest so giant, at times it seems the earth itself is moving. The annual Great Migration, Africa’s single most renowned safari draw, happens every September and October as animals travel between Tanzania’s Serengeti and Kenya’s Masai Mara Park reserve. The park takes its name from well-known nomadic Masai people, who walk as freely transversely the Kenya–Tanzania border as their cattle. There is more to Kenya than safaris, though: from coral reefs and white-sand beaches to tea plantations (plus a tourism infrastructure that can get you to all of them) you’re not likely to get tired.

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