The Nairobi Animal Orphanage is located in the Nairobi National Park. It serves as a treatment and rehabilitation center for wild animals. The Orphanage hosts lions, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, serval cats, rare Sokoke cats, warthogs, leopards, various monkeys, baboons, and buffalo. Various birds can also be viewed including parrots, guinea fowls, crowned cranes, and ostriches.
The Luo of Nyanza forms the third largest community in Kenya. History suggests that they originated in Sudan from the region near Bahr el Ghazal and traveled down the Nile, in phases from around 500 years ago.
South Africa is a country on the southernmost tip of the African continent, marked by several distinct ecosystems. Inland safari destination Kruger National Park is populated by big game. The Western Cape offers beaches, lush winelands around Stellenbosch and Paarl, craggy cliffs at the Cape of Good Hope, forest and lagoons along the Garden Route, and the city of Cape Town, beneath flat-topped Table Mountain.
The Rift Valley lakes are a group of lakes in the East African Rift that runs north-south through the eastern side of the African continent, from Ethiopia in the north to Malawi in the south. These lakes include some of the oldest, largest, and deepest lakes in the world. Many are freshwater ecoregions of great biodiversity, while others are alkaline "soda lakes" supporting highly specialized organisms.
Nairobi National Museum is a one-stop exhibition centre showcasing Kenya’s rich history and colourful cultures and traditions of the various communities that make up our Nation. Exhibits go back to prehistoric times, then span the centuries to our colonial past, through the struggle for independence and beyond to contemporary Kenya. A favourite place for both locals and tourists, adults and children alike, the Museum also offers within its grounds, the famous Snake Park, Botanical Gardens and Nature Trail.
On a good day, you can easily find one million flamingoes on the shores of Lake Nakuru.
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