Javier Almar

 
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To travel around the nature reserve of Masai Mara, located in South East Kenya, is a celebration of life in its pure state, a synthesis of African greatness and the omnipresent light and infinite horizons…. It is definitely a trip de the world’s beginnings.

On the Savannah you can find the Big Five (lions, leopards, African elephants, African buffalos and black rhinoceros) amongst other animals. Over their heads fly more than 450 different species of birds. It all seems a bit too much but nothing is out of place.