Preparing to visit the elephants in Samburu, Kenya
At the end of September I will be joining the Dekkers to the Samburu National Park in Kenya Africa, where we will research a new adventure of Tata&Squack. I will at last meet the plant, animal and bird life of a part of Africa which is especially known for it’s elephant population. The Samburu elephants have been researched by Ian Douglas-Hamilton and his team of “Save the Elephants” for a long time. We are going to visit their research station. I am not only preparing by reading a loth but also taking care of vaccinations and the15 kilo luggage allowance. Maybe even less, so I can take interesting stories back to Europe. I am looking forward to visiting Kenya, a land which has drawn so many people under its spell.