Have you seen Kunchacko Boban's Kenyan safari pictures?

Photo: Instagram/ @kunchacks

An exotic safari into the pristine forests of Africa and spotting some of the rarest wildlife is any travel enthusiast's biggest dream. Actor Kunchacko Boban recently enjoyed an African safari with his family after a long time. “Amongst the wild beats...With my wilder bestie,” the actor wrote sharing the pictures from his Kenyan trip. 

Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the African continent. With its rugged landscaped and vast expanse of the African savannah the national reserve which is locally known as the Mara is home to an array of exotic beasts. Interestingly, Maasai Mara is a dream destination for wildlife photographers from around the globe. The wild animals could be seen closely in their natural habitat. Kunchacko Boban and his wife Priya have shared many pictures in which they are seen enjoying the incredible hospitality of the Kenyan people. Many stars including Nimisha Sajayan and Sreenath Bhasi have commented on these beautiful photos.

Maasai Mara, the magical land
Home to the big five - lions, tigers, rhinoceros, wild buffaloes, and elephants, Maasai Mara National Reserve is in Kenya on the African continent. Interestingly, the geographical features of Kenya are similar to Kerala’s. The lush greenery of Kenya is sure to impress nature lovers. The wildlife safari is the most amazing tourist attraction of Maasai Mara. 

Watching wild animals in their habitat is indeed a rare and delightful experience. The animals aren’t perturbed at all when the safari vehicles pass near them. When the climate changes, the animals would cross the Mara River to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The view of animals crossing the river in herds during the season is an incredible visual spectacle. This migration mostly takes place from July to October. 


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