We wrote about our adventure getting from Nairobi to Mombasa. Our journey from Galu Kinondo Beach back to Nairobi was even more eventful!
On our first full day in Kenya, we went to The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust and The Giraffe Centre. On our second day, we explored The Great Rift Valley.
During our second week in South Africa, we went to Hermanus, Cape Town, and Cape Point, stopping to see the South African penguins on the way.
We finally get to see my eldest daughter’s favorite animal, the elephant, up close at Addo Elephant National Park. Then it’s onto Tsitsikamma National Park.
The trip had a lot of new transportation experiences for all of us, and almost every one has a story…
We spent just over a week in a thatched-roof house near the Kenyan beach of Galu Kinondo, just south of the more famous Diani beach.
The elephant is my eldest daughter’s favorite animal. So going to The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi was a must for our family.
As a Canadian living in America and traveling to Africa for the first time, here are my initial impressions of South Africa and Kenya.
We wanted to go to South Africa to see the African elephants. While you can see them in National Parks and Sanctuaries, they can no longer roam free.