Hi all Trip Advisors....Although I've been to Kenya already, I'm keen to go back - I just loved my first visit. My question is this..
We're all seeing the terrible scenes of drought and starvation (and yes, I have made a large donation to the DEC fund, and sent money privately) but I'd like to know how the drought is affecting Tsavo and the Masai, in terms of the wildlife, the Masai villages etc? Now? ....
I was at Tsavo in 2008/9 and though there was evidence even then of the drought (skeletons of animals in the safari parks) I understand that still no significant rains have come.
I'd be grateful if any of you travel experts out there can give me an up to date report?