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Birding Safaris

Birding SafarisBirding Safaris

Kenya is ranked among the leading countries with 1090 species of birds. All over the world bird-watching is a fast-growing hobby. The country is endowed with over 62 bird watching locations that are globally recognized as Important Bird Areas (IBA).

We provide you with the opportunity to know bird names, distinctive characteristics, and habits, as well as admire their beauty.

Enjoy bird watching at our scenic national parks and game reserves

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Kenya Group Travels

Kenya Group TravelsKenya Group Travels

Explore the wonders of Kenya while helping those less fortunate than yourselves. This two-week journey gives you a wonderful introduction to the famous safari country whilst also providing you with the opportunity to help some of the abandoned children of the area.

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Excursion to stilt village

Excursion to stilt village

Take one day tour away from Siem Reap town, to experience seasonal lifestyle and nature adaptions of this huge stilt village on the Tonle Sap Lake. You will take motorboat and paddle boat tour in floating village of Vietnamese and flooded forest as well, especially, interact with locals as we design program to walk along village and stop for meals in local family.

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onyx tours and travel

Onyx Safaris was created among other objectives to offer its clients effective car hire with the best service at unbearable prices. We have one of the largest fleets of vehicles in Uganda ranging from trucks, 4X4s, Minibuses, Saloon Cars, to full blown Safari Vehicles. Accommodation is arranged according to your budget. There are a range of hotels to suit every budget from 1 to 5 stars, traditional houses known as bandas, and tented camps. Detailed descriptions of these alternatives are … Read more ...

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Baya Weaver's Nest

Baya Weaver's Nest

Baya Weaver, a famous bird for its very creative nest. The mail bird starts weaving the nest and after weaving to a certain point (top part of the nest), starts singing on it to attract the female bird. Female birds come and inspect the nest to ensure whether it has the capacity to maintain a family. If they satisfied then both get together & complete the nest. Because of their inexperience in weaving nests, the female birds do not attract most of the first time weavers.

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