Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Back in Kenyan Paradise




Dear friends,
we are back to our loved Kenya after 6 great weeks in the Alps. What a change! In all senses.
We left Kenya with the rains just started, we found the savanna all green and blossoming.
Such a relief after the long drought. It is amazing how nature can recover so quickly.
Life is giving us a great show: baby giraffes, baby hartebeests, baby thompson... All the plains are green with grass, all animals are thriving.
If you have time for a quick visit, plan coming now: it is absolutely beautiful and lively.

There is a cheetah with three grown cubs, living around camp. We see her very often.
A new pride of six lions have move in from Tsavo. They kindly entertained us with a noisy lallaby on the night of our arrival: we could not have dreamed for a better welcoming.

Lucrezia is happily back in school, where she is sharing plenty of stories about freezing temperatures, snow, and skiing.
Next year we plan to raise funds to organize a skiing week for all her schoolmates.

Luca, with all the Campi ya Kanzi team

3 comments:

  1. hi lucca!

    we are thinking in spending some holidays in africa. what season do you recommend? and where to start if you have never been down there?
    august is a good month? where do we have to fly?

    sorry if these are too many questions, i've found your website and this blog and find it very interesting.

    my husband and i are planning vacations these days (and we also have come recently from the alps too with our daughter)but we love to check and research in advance.

    i look forward for your good advice,

    best!!

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  2. Hi Blink,
    thanks for the kind comment.
    Campi ya Kanzi is open all year round, there isn't really a month which is better than the other.
    August is fine, but crowded: many visitors.
    Write me an email at lucasaf@iwayafrica.com I will gladly suggest a safari to you.
    You will have to fly into Nairobi: from Spain a good option is via Paris or Amsterdam.
    Kind regards
    Luca

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  3. I would like to work here, any chances? I do anything ...

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