Kenya is in the heart of SAFARILAND. Most of us associate the country with Wildebeest Migration, made famous by the wildlife photographers capturing breath-stopping moments of zebras and wildebeests plunging into the raging waters of the Mara River, and the ferocity of the crocodiles which lie in wait for the kill.
You will follow the river to the Muguji tribal area on the banks of the Omo River , for immersion in Muguji culture. The Muguji live on banks of the Omo River at its junction with the Mago River . Numbering only a few hundred people, they live in a symbiotic relationship with the Karo. They are very good fishermen and hunters of hippo, though few remain. As hunter-gatherers, they also trap small game and collect honey and wild fruits.
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Please note the safari lodges have buffet meals, fixed meal timings, and do not provide room service unless requested specifically at an extra levy. Tea/coffee is served in the main lounge areas. The rooms/tents are spread out. Since the lodges in Game Park are designed to blend with the surroundings, they have a central reception, lounge and dining area and accommodation is often a brisk walk away!