I’m currently writing from the lush green grasslands of Lake Nakuru, Kenya, where we’re in the middle of our overland trip in East Africa. Over the past two weeks, we’ve covered long distances and packed in tons of activities from gorilla tracking to boat trips on dugout canoes and orphanage visits. It’s been a journey riddled with phenomenal wildlife sightings, and I’ll surely be writing more about them shortly. In the meantime, I’m making full use of the limited internet access to share some iPhone shots with you, enjoy!
Coming across a 10-year-old female gorilla in Bwindi Impenetrable Forest, Uganda.
A baboon sneaking right up to us at Lake Nakuru National Park.
Plenty of wildlife at Lake Nakuru: from maribu storks to cape buffaloes and gazelles.
Game driving on a 4WD jeep in Lake Nakuru.
The sparkling waters of Lake Nakuru.
A view of the Nile from Adrift Campsite in Jinja, Uganda.
Camping life in Africa is plenty of fun.
Busy, chaotic streets of Kampala, Uganda.
Driving past the agricultural fields in Rwanda.
Posing with the gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
My favorite place on the trip so far: Lake Bunyoni, Uganda.
Masai performing their traditional dance ritual in Masai Mara, Kenya.
The children of Little Angels project in Lake Bunyoni, Uganda.
A gorgeous agama lizard spotted in Lake Nakuru.
Disclaimer: This trip is made possible by Africa Travel Co, but all opinions expressed are our own.