I went to Kenya on a medical mission trip in 2017. For two weeks I worked with a group of volunteers from both the US and Kenya. We provided medical care for a small community in southwest Kenya. At the end of the trip, we went to the Maasai Mara, a national reserve in Kenya (actually it goes into Tanzania as well), to enjoy a short safari. The whole trip was incredible, but being on safari and seeing wild African animals was truly a once in a lifetime experience. Words cannot fully express this experience so I decided to share my photos. As the saying goes “a picture is worth a thousand words”.
The Maasai Mara:
I hope I inspired you to go on your own adventure! Leave and questions or comments below. I look forward to hearing from you!
I am a registered nurse working in my community ED. I am a BIG geek, former ballerina, and most importantly traveler. I was bitten by the travel bug at a young age and have been traveling ever since. I am a bit type A, and most of my trips are planned almost to the minute. However, I do know about the importance of impromptu travels. I love walking my way through a city, including getting lost at times. I also love to eat my way thru a city. Food is such an important part of a culture and can tell you a lot about the people and their history. Plus it's supper yummy!
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