Greetings from Adler Tours & Safaris!
This month we have lots of news to share. In Kenya, we have updates on the wildebeest migration, in Tanzania read up on the upcoming water sports festival and much more in Uganda and Rwanda.
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WORLD LION DAY 10TH AUGUST
Over a centuary ago, there were 200,000 lions across the world, now there are around 20,000 (kenya 2000), (Tanzania 9,830 ). Habitat loss, conflict, poaching and more are threatening the King of Beasts.
World lion day is an independent campaign working to highlight the importance of the lion globally and to raise lion conservation awareness worldwide.
To help expand habitat and protection for world lions : visit : www.lionrecoveryfund.org
DOLPHINS AND WHALE SPOTTING
Dolphins are often regarded as super smart and cute. Come let us arrange a snorkeling tour for you to try and see this wonderful creatures at the coast of Kenya (Watamu, Diani and it’s Wasini Islands)
Both dolphins and whales come to this part of Kenyan coast to calve and nurse during this period. Therefore, you will have lots of opportunities to see dolphins around Wasini Island. Take a tour on a boat to get a closer look.
TRACKING THE MIGRATION ON A BALLOON
Imagine yourself flying high in the sky, watching thousands of animals crossing the fields and rivers underneath as they move towards the Naboisho Conservancy heading towards the Olare Motorogi plains. The Mara Naboisho Conservancy serves as a migration corridor for several hundred thousand animals between the Masai Mara National Reserve and the Loita Plains to the east. Definitely one of the best experiences you will ever have and the one you will memorize for a long time.
August is an ideal time for beach holidays on the Kenyan coast, being the second-coldest month, and relatively dry. Serene blue Indian ocean, guarded by the coral reef to make it best for swimming and diving, white beaches, and romantic resorts,–everything is there to make your stay perfect. Most famous resorts with bustling activities are based around Diani and Watamu. And though beaches in Kenya are perfect all year round.
THE ZANZIBAR BEACH & WATER SPORTS FESTIVAL
This three celebration takes place on the spectacular beaches in the Zanzibar Island. The festival celebrates beach life, culture and music built around various activities such as canoe racing, kite flying, beach volleyball and more. This year’s festival will take place on 18th-20th September.
CANOPY WALKWAY (RWANDA)
Suspended above a ravine in the lush montane rainforest of Nyungwe National Park, the canopy walkway provides an exhilarating perspective on the ancient treetops and wildlife.
Having escaped the last ice age, the Nyungwe forest is a hotbed of biodiversity. Along the hour’s walk to the canopy walkway from the Uwinka Reception Center, visitors will see countless butterflies, orchids and colorful birds, including many endemic to the region.
Thirteen species of primate live in Nyungwe, so a chance encounter isn’t out of the question, although those wishing to seek them out should opt for a dedicated primate visit.