For pretty much all of human history, the big cats have been above us in the food chain, and were both feared and revered. Now, even though humans have climbed to the top of the food chain, big cats continue to be a source of fascination.
If you want to see them up close, outside of a zoo, one of the best places in the world to do so is Kora National Park in Kenya. The park is home to an amazing variety of wild cats, including lions, cheetahs, leopards, caracals, servals and African wildcats.
The park also has other African wildlife, including hyenas, antelopes, elephants and hippos.
Kora National Park is also the final resting place of George Adamson, the conservationist who raised the lion cub in “Born Free.”
To visit Kenya, American citizens need both a passport and Kenyan visa.
Here’s what you need to get a Kenyan tourist visa:
- 1 application form
- 1 passport photo
- A copy of your travel itinerary
One important thing to remember about applying for a Kenyan visa is that you application form has to be typed. It can’t be handwritten. You can fill a copy out online by following the link on the Kenyan Embassy website.
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You’ll also work with a trained, professional visa specialist who can answer all of your questions. Once we have your application, we’ll forward it to the nearest embassy for the fastest possible processing.