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Digital Subscriptions > Travel Africa > July-September 2018 (83) > WILDLIFE ALL YEAR ROUND


Kenya straddles the equator and has complicated seasonal variations. While most areas — except the far north and the dry south-east interior — receive some rain every month, in an average year most areas have several weeks of heavy rain between late March and early June (‘the long rains’) and a shorter spell of heavy rain in November and December (the ‘short rains’).
’MARA RIVER CROSSING’: To observe the wildebeest and zebra streaming into this iconic waterway as part of the epic Great Migration is a mesmerising wildlife experience like no other. BELOW: ‘Lake Nakuru Pelicans’ and ‘Baby Giraffe’
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