Musiara, is one of our famous cheetah who I have been following before she showed her four cubs spending many an enjoyable hour with her and her litter. Cheetahs as

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Malaika is probably the best known cheetah in the Mara Park. She is able to raise cubs to maturity, which incidentally only about 10% of cheetah mums are able to

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Karembo, the Maasai Mara cheetah has made her cubs travel about five kilometres each day. Yesterday, we spent whole morning looking for her where she crossed the Talek River only

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When we sit round the fire in the evening, after a busy day game viewing we enjoy samosas with our drinks. The day you leave I hear you all ask

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Great success!!! Nine kids have been sponsored, that’s nearly 50% of the class. I really appreciate your generosity as it makes all our efforts very worthwhile but more importantly you are

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Great news our last cry for sponsorship has resulted in three people: Hywel and Genet Bevan, and Lynda Pasini coming forward to sponsor Michelle, Epian and Risalo. Now we are looking for

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Two Freeman Safari vehicles were fortunate enough to witness an extraordinary event. On East bank of the Mara River, were two lionesses with a young cub. On the opposite side

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On the 23rd Oct 2016 I travelled to Samburu, Archers post to the school, as the class leaving this year was the original lower class when Brian opened the school.

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When Andy Hayes arrived back into the Mara from his Best of Kenya tour with us, he was asked if he had had a good trip and after a reflective

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I want to share this story with you as it highlights the courage and the dedication that Vomilla and his family have. Vomilla was one of our original intake at

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