20-07-2014 by redazione
For those who spend their holidays in Malindi and surroundings, the safari magic is at hand.
The entrance to the Tsavo National Park is only 100 kilometers and takes two days just for something unforgettable.
But few know that just out from Tsavo East there is a protected nature reserve where you can see all the animals that are seen in the most famous, largest and titrated park, and the fantastic views, including river.
And 'the Galana River Conservancy, managed by the government with a ranger staff and only operating range for safaris in the reserve, the Shoroa Simone Trentavizi. "We have 65,000 hectares of protected reserve - says the head ranger, Fidelius michira, for many years an instructor of KWS - the streets have been redone recently and the animals are monitored on a daily basis." Michira works with his staff in close contact with the rangers of Tsavo East, since the wildlife moves from the park to the reserve and vice versa with great ease.
In the reserve there are three large pools of water where the animals are accustomed to drink, at the foot of the lovely hills of Lali. "Our safari in the reserve is unique and without limitations - remember Simone Trentavizi - we can make off the track to see the specimens closely and we also do the" game drive "night, in search of the secrets and mysterious animal moments". The input prices to the field are convenient ($ 30 for non-residents) but almost no one likes to enter the reserve, because in Malindi few know it and they know how to move.
You have to trust the experts, like Simon and a few others. "It 'a safe and well-organized place - reminds michira - we have an emergency room, a security service and an efficient communications network." To improve there would bridge that passes over the Galana River, because the reserve is across the river. It's really worth to go on safari in the Galana River Conservancy, including lions, leopards, giraffes, kudu and eland, unpublished views of Africa and a unique tranquility. Without even a minibus nearby ...
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