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At an altitude of 8000 fts the longonut viewpoint did exactly as promised, it provided a good view of the general area around the rift valley. The view is scenic and breathtaking seeing the cast expanse of the rift valley. There are small kiosks at...More
Travelling north from Nairobi one can descend about 5000 feet down the winding road witnessing one of the worlds great natural wonders.Once on the Valley floor, vist Mt Logonot where you can hike around the perimeter of the mysterious and dangerous and forbidden canopy of...More
The view from the Great Rift Valley is simply superb. We stopped by Enroute to our visit to Masai Mara. It is a geographical and geological feature running north to south for around 6,400 kilometres, from northern Syria to central Mozambique in East Africa. Simply...More
Great Rift Valley is a geographical trenches that runs between many countries in Asia and Africa. It’s length is about 6000 km.
My guide stopped me for few minuets to have a look and take some photos. Mombasa Curio Shop sells traditional souvenirs like drums,...More
Our safari stopped at the Great Rift overlook, a classic photo op, on our way to and from the Masai Mara National Park. The views are fabulous, but dropping downhill and traversing the rift itself was an experience. We saw a smoking charcoal manufacturing site,...More
We stopped at the Valley lookout on our way from Nairobi to Masai Mara. It is not everyday that you get to see a natural phenomenon that runs from Lebanon to Mozambique. So it is OK to gape.
The land is brown & green below...More
We stopped off here on the way to the Masai Mara National Park and it was well worth doing. You get a great view of some beautiful scenery - plus the chance to see in real life that thing we all keep studying in geography...More