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The Itinerary of Benjamin of Tudela: Travels in the Middle Ages
Benjamin of Tudela, Spain, a famous world traveler of the 12th century [1173 C.E.] is considered by some modern historians as giving the most accurate description of every-day life in the Middle Ages. Written originally in Hebrew, it was translated into Latin and later became an extremely popular piece of Jewish literature in many languages. The modern reader might regard it as an exotic tale. But the author actually intended to give his contemporaries a factual account of his travels.
What exactly did Benjamin plan to accomplish when he started out on his fantastic journey? At first, probably nothing but a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. which. despite the Crusades, retained a magic attraction for the pious Jew. A pilgrimage-an Aliyah-probably with the thought to stay there for the rest of his life. But the fact is that he did take the long road, stopping frequently, meeting people, visiting places, describing occupations and giving a demographic count of Jews in every town and country.
The Great Annual Wildlife Migration,The Great Migration of Wildebeest and Zebra
The Great Annual Wildlife Migration,The Great Migration of Wildebeest and Zebra The great annual migration of millions of zebra, wildebeest (gnu) and other antelope in East Africa tops almost every list of safari experiences. When you plan your trip, you’ll need information about the annual migration, the best times to witness this wildlife spectacle, where to stay, and when to see it in Kenya and Tanzania. In a bizarre mishap that Kenya Safari Operators describe as “heartbreaking,” an estimated 10,000 wildebeest have drowned while attempting to cross Kenya’s Mara River during the Great Annual Wildebeest Migration. The deaths, which occurred over the course of several days last week, are said to account for about one percent of the total species population. The drowning created a grotesque wildlife pileup, after part of the migrating herd tried to ford the Mara at “a particularly treacherous crossing point,” according to Edwin Senior Tour Guide worker with the African Safaris and Adventures who witnessed the incident. The first animals into the river failed to cross and drowned, while others continued to stampede into the water behind them. “Once they jumped into the river they were unable to climb up either embankment onto land and, as a result, got swept up by the current and drowned Some 2,000 wildebeest drowned at the crossing in a single afternoon.” There was no unusual flooding at the time, and there seems to be no extraneous circumstances to these deaths,” Edwin said “. The wildebeest merely chose a crossing point that was too steep.” Drowning deaths are not uncommon during the wildebeest migration, Edwin added, but his organization has never witnessed fatalities on this scale. “It is customary every year for the wildebeest to pick a particularly treacherous crossing point and for there to be a significant die-off,” he said, “but the number of deaths during these crossings almost never exceeds one thousand.” More than a million wildebeest undertake an epic migration every year in late summer, leaving their calving grounds in the Serengeti Plain of Tanzania to seek greener pastures in Masai Mara Kenya to the north. The animals, also known as gnu, journey some 2,000 total miles (3,200 kilometers) each year, often joined by thousands of zebras and Thomson’s gazelles. The deaths occurred at Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve, as the herd was beginning its swing to the east on its way back to the Serengeti National Park. Since the drowning, the animals’ bodies have washed downriver, beaching on the Mara’s muddy banks and getting caught under a nearby bridge. The remains formed what he described as “pungent islands of bloated carcasses.” “The crocodiles, storks, and vultures have not had to worry about where to find their next meal,” he said “Those that aren’t consumed will be left and will eventually decompose in the water. These thousands of carcasses will undoubtedly affect the health of the water, but to what extent, only time will tell.” ” The Maasai Mara Game Reserve is considered to be Africa’s greatest wildlife reserve. The Masai Mara game reserve is rated the 4th (forth) best tourist destination in the world and lately named the 7th (seventh) wonder of the world by the ABC.It is located in the South Western part of Kenya. The Masai Mara and the Serengeti plains cover 10,000 sq miles of open plains, woodlands and riverine forest. Maasai Mara is usually referred to as “The Mara” which in the Maasai word means patchy landscape. The spelling of “Masai” and “Maasai”are both acceptable; the latter refers to the people. The Masai Mara is both referred to as a Game Reserve and a National Reserve. It is also treated as a National Park. This is because Masai Mara is managed both by the local authority and the Kenya Wildlife Service. Reserves allow camp sites, lodges, tented safari camps and the settlement of local tribe’s people with their cattle, while the National Parks are normally managed centrally and do not allow human inhabitation apart from people on safari and park rangers in the parks. Both management co-exist in the Mara. The Mara is an awesome natural wonder, a place where Maasai warriors share the plains with hunting lions, a place of mighty herds and timeless cycles of life, death and regeneration. It spreads into the plains of Serengeti National Reserve in Tanzania. The Loita Hills and the Nguruman Escarpment, both considered sacred to the Maasai, offer high forest trekking opportunities for the adventurous traveler. Steve is a specialist in African Safaris and a tour operator. His tour company, Eyes On Nature Exepditions, has presence in South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Egypt, Madascar, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, and Seychelles. The Migratory Path December, January, Feburary, March: The Serengeti National Park / Ngorongoro Conservation Area is arguably the most impressive wildlife sanctuary in the world. During the months December thro
East Africa Wildlife Safari, 8 days Kenya Wildlife Safari Itinerary
East Africa Wildlife Safari, 8 days Kenya Wildlife Safari Itinerary. East Africa is considered to be the “Cradle of Mankind” where a species of Homosapiens took tentative steps in an upright position. East Africa is a land of many contrasts, semi-desert, snow-capped mountains (Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya)on the Equator, Huge Lakes like Lake Victoria which is among the contributing sources of River Nile among Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, and Burundi. The Nile, as defined starting with the Kyaka river in Burundi, is 6,671 km long, and has a surface area of a total of 3,350,000 km? (5 times the area of France). The discharge is around 3,1 million litres per second . The realexploration of East Africa was done by the Arabs from thenow Gulf States a short period and built the Fort Jesus. Vasco Da Gamma tried to explore East Africa, stepping in Mombasa and Malindi, on his way to India but it was not until the 19th century when a new breed of explorers was spawned out of Europe in quest to find the source of the river Nile. They included Burton, Speke, Livingston and Stanley. Later, during the era of colonisat ion, Britain and Germany came to East Africa but the winds of change came to blow and Tanzania became independent in 1961 followed by Uganda and Kenya in 1963.East Africa is a “PARADISE”. There is an interest here for everyone. Welcome, come and see this land of wonders. Kenya is the home of the safari. The boundless wilderness and big game of this region has long attracted adventure seekers from all over the globe. No other African country can boast such an incredible range of landscapes, unique geographical features and species. Coast Dive into a world of undersea wonder or step back from the beach and discover a hidden paradise of coastal forests… Forests Trek into forests alive with wildlife, from the treetops to the forest floor… Mountains In these high wild regions, the forests offer sanctuary for big game, and the thermal currents offer birdlife freedom to fly… Lakes From flocks of flamingo to hippo hideaways, each of the Rift Valley lakes is a unique natural world… Deserts The Northern Frontier of Kenya is a place of vast, unspoilt wilderness… Cities Where else in the world can you find lions, rhino, and more living free and wild within sight of a city skyline? Kenya offers the visitor a chance to experience a natural world unchanged by the passage of time. The Kenyan wilderness is home to an endless array of ecosystems, the staging ground for natural cycles of life, death and regeneration as old as the planet itself. This great range of natural habitats means that there is plenty to explore, and plenty of species to encounter. This is a land of endless potential for the wildlife enthusiast. From great migratory herds of the open savannah to an incredible abundance of birdlife, from the depths of a tropical rainforest to the depths of the Indian Ocean teeming with fish, this a world of natural wonders. A safari into the wilds of Kenya is a journey into nature at its purest. Everywhere you look there is a profusion of life… Take a Wildlife safari through Kenya’s…. Wilderness Follow the mighty herds or track the great predators through pure, unspoilt wilderness… 8 days Kenya Wildlife Safari Itinerary Full Itinerary Day 1:Arrival: Nairobi-Mount Kenya Depending on arrival time, you will be picked from the airport and proceed to Mount Kenya region for overnight and walk within Mount Kenya. Overnight at Serena Mountain lodge. (late arrivals will spend overnight in Nairobi) Day 2:Mt Kenya –Samburu After morning breakfast, depart for Samburu National Park, driving through plantations of fields of Timau, crossing the thorny landscape of Samburu country. Pay attention to the presence of unique species such as Grevy’s Zebra, the long-necked Gerenuk, among the wildlife that shares this semi-arid habitat. Dinner and overnight Sarova Shaba lodge. Day 3:Samburu Spend the day exploring the reserve and its varied species of game. Overnight at Sarova Shaba lodge. Day 4:Samburu – Lake Nakuru Leave after breakfast and drive past the northern tip of the Aberdare Mountains to descend into the Great Rift Valley where Lake Nakuru is located. Visit the world famous bird sanctuary of Lake Nakuru National Park. Lunch and overnight at lake Nakuru Lodge. Day 5:Lake Nakuru-Menengai Crater-Lake Naivasha After breakfast, leave lake Nakuru for trekking Menengai Crater, a 30 minutes drive From the park. The trek will take 2 hours to the crater top. Take your time there and when ready to go down, you head back to the van. You will leave Nakuru town and head to Lake Naivasha, and check in at Lake Naivasha Country Club/ or equivalent. Lunch at the hotel and in the afternoon take a boat ride to crescent Island to walk among the wildlife in the Island. Dinner and overnight at the lodge. Days 6:Lake Naivasha- Masai Mara Driving across the Great Rift Valley reaches Kenya’s most famous Game Reserve, Masai Mara, in time for lunch.
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For over three decades this beautifully written and reliable guide has assisted travelers in discovering this splendid country, along with the best places to stop in the evening for a sumptuous dinner and comfortable bed. Returning each year to research, Karen is committed to recommending only the most delightful inns and small hotels in France. Regional itineraries explore the French countryside including trips along the Dordogne and Lot River valleys, through picturesque villages dressed with grand castles and the wine regions of Burgundy, Alsace and Champagne. This is considered the authoritative bible for discovering or rediscovering La France. 14 Regional Countryside Driving Itineraries, Descriptions of over 220 Places to Stay in the countryside and Paris.