The following are standard tours we offer. Or, we’ll work with you to prepare an itinerary based on your interests, perhaps including hiking or birding. Use the comment field to describe your needs and we’ll prepare a customized quote. Get a quote or book your tour Please let us know the # of days you’d… Continue reading Book Your Safari or Get a Quote
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The Maasai Mara National Reserve is a large game reserve in southwestern Kenya. It’s named after the Maasai people living in the area, and the Mara River which flows through it
here are 2 basic sorts of itineraries, but both use the same type of vehicle. These are usually 6 passenger 4-wheel drive vehicles. Everyone has a window seat. When the top opens you can stand up to get a wider view.
African Safaris in Tanzania and Kenya – get price quotes for our itineraries
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Accipitriformes is an order of birds that includes most of the diurnal birds of prey, including hawks, eagles, vultures, and kites, but not falcons. For a long time, the majority view was to include them with the falcons in the Falconiformes, but many authorities now recognize a separate Accipitriformes. Anseriformes is an order of birds… Continue reading Classification of Birds on Our Safari by Order
Artiodactyla, or cloven-hooved mammals, include such familiar animals as sheep, goats, camels, pigs, cows, deer, giraffes, and antelopes. Most of the world’s species of large land mammals are artiodactyls. Many living artiodactyls evolved features that are adaptive for life on open grasslands. There once was a gazelle so fleetHer grace was a sight hard to… Continue reading Classification of Animals on Our Safari by Order
Function and genetics are taken into account in taxonomy. Humans are mammals and share genetic similarity with other primates, such as apes and monkeys. In contrast to a dog’s face and paws, a human’s hands and facial features more like those of other primates. This, along with genome analysis, confirms humans share a closer connection with apes than dogs. As more genomes are decoded, some previous connections are re-classified.