African Wildlife Safari Tours in Kenya

Africa wildlife holiday safaris Kenya, family vacations and beach safaris, hot air balloon safaris Masai Mara, annul wildebeest migration safaris masai mara, samburu lodge safaris, Lake Nakuru bird watching safari, Mount Kenya climbing adventures, walking holidays with Maasai guides. Kenya budget camping trips. African safari or wildlife tour in Canada & Alaska, explore the fascinating landscapes of South America, Antarctica and the Arctic and immerse yourself in the timeless cultures of Egypt, India and Bhutan. We offer an exciting variety of travel options including the journey of a lifetime to Machu Picchu, cruises to Antarctica and the Arctic, luxury African safaris and tours, cruising the Nile in Egypt, viewing Grizzly Bears in Canada or sharing a moment in front of the Taj Mahal in India. We have the knowledge and expertise to design the perfect itinerary for you.

African Wildlife Safaris Natural Focus Safaris, have been specialising in travel to exceptional wilderness and wildlife holiday destinations for over 29 years. Based in Melbourne, Australia with representatives in Sydney and Brisbane, best knowledgeable staff are experts in creating tailor made African safaris and wilderness and wildlife tours for both individuals and small groups.                                       Wildlife Safari Tours

Lake Nakuru Safari Tours

Lake Nakuru Home to both the white and black rhino, you will find that the black rhino are difficult to see however, the white rhino are fairly visible. In addition, if you are on an early morning game drive it is often possible to see a leopard. For nature enthusiasts Lake Nakuru also offers a wide variety of birdlife including thousands of flamingos and many animals including lion, buffalo, waterbuck, giraffe, impala and warthog.

Kenya and Tanzania Tours

Africa holidays and Vacations Camping Safaris Kenya-Tanzania: Camping tours and holidays: Tour Packages in Kenya and Tanzania. Both Kenya and Tanzania are described a perfect destination for those who want to experience the hidden treasures of African Wonderland as they explore the African Wildlife, Culture and Scenery. To make these adventures travel we invariably extend personalized services to the clients to meet ones desire and interest satisfactorily giving value for their money and time.

Mount Kenya Safari tours

Mount Kenya National Park was created in 1949 to protect Mount Kenya and its environment from destruction and development. The Mount Kenya Forest Reserve encircles the national park and the two areas, combined, are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Mount Kenya National Park covers 715km² (276 square miles) and the forest reserve at the base covers a further 705km² (272 square miles).The Mount Kenya forest belts are host to many different animals and plants with at least 10 unique species. Safari tours game viewing includes black and white Colobus and Sykes monkeys, elephants, Olive baboons, bushbucks, buffalos, waterbucks, black fronted duikers, black rhinos, leopards, giant forest hogs, genet cats, bush pigs, zebra, hyenas and many more.

Masai Mara Safari Tours

Africa’s big predators in abundance, red-robed Maasai warriors and Out of Africa scenery if you’re looking for that quintessential East African safari experience, then a Masai Mara safari holiday delivers exactly want you think it should.Kenya’s flagship conservation area, the Masai Mara National Reserve borders Tanzania’s Serengeti and together they comprise the setting for the famous migration, a dramatic mass movement of wildebeest, gazelle and zebra that is irresistible to wildlife enthusiasts and nature photographers. The abundance of child-friendly accommodation makes for great Masai Mara family safaris while exclusive lodges in tucked-away locations are the natural choice for a Masai Mara honeymoon.

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Interesting Facts About Great Barrier Reef

The Interesting Great Barrier Reef is the world’s most extensive coral reef system and has some of the richest biological diversity on Earth. This facts sheet provides a description of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area.

The Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area extends over 2 000 kilometres and covers 348 000 km2 on the north-east continental shelf of Australia. As the world’s most extensive coral reef system, it is one of the best known marine protected areas. The Great Barrier Reef’s diversity reflects the maturity of the ecosystem which has evolved over many thousands of years.                                                                                        BARRIER REEF

The Great Barrier Reef stretches more than 1,600 miles (2,575 kilometers) a little more than the distance from Boston to Miami. It covers an area of 133,000 square miles (344,400 square km), reaching from the Torres Strait at it northernmost point to Fraser Island in the south. The reef includes Lady Elliot Island and the smaller Murray islands.

  • The Great Barrier Reef is famed for its biodiversity, and is home to 1625 species of fish, 600 different soft and hard corals, 3000 kinds of molluscs, 133 varieties of sharks and rays, as well as many more.
  • The Reef is home to six of the world’s seven species of turtles Loggerhead, Leatherback, Olive Ridley, Green, Flatback, and Hawksbill turtles. The only species not found in the Great Barrier Reef is the Kemp’s Ridley turtle, which is primarily found in the Gulf of Mexico.
  • A common misunderstanding is that the Great Barrier Reef is just one reef. It is not. In facts, it is made up of 3000 individual reefs.
  • The Great Barrier Reef stretches 2300 kilometres (1429 miles), and covers an area roughly equivalent to the size of Japan, making it visible from outer space. Its current form is between 6,000 to 8,000 years old.
  • There are 1500 species of fish on the Great Barrier Reef. The oldest fish on the reef is the Red Bass who can live for 50 years. The largest fish is the Whale Shark who can grow to a bit over 39 feet long (12m) long.
  • If turtle eggs are laid in warm, dark sand the hatchlings are mainly female (girl) turtles. Cooler, lighter sand produces mainly male (boy) turtles.
  • There are 6 species of Turtles that lay their eggs in the coral sands of the Great Barrier Reef Green, Hawksbill, Leatherback, Loggerhead, Flatback and Olive Ridley. Turtles can live for a 100 years.
  • There are 14 species of sea snakes swimming around the Great Barrier Reef. They must come to the surface every 2 hours to breathe.