Snake Safaris feature in CNN Travel article about Kenya
CNN Travel have published an article titled '10 things you probably didn't know you can do in Kenya' written by their correspondant, Phillippa Stewart.
Alongisde such iconic Kenyan adventures and activities such as the Rhino Charge, Classic Safari Rallying, fostering elephants, breakfasting with giraffes, and indulging in a Carnivove feast; are Royjan Taylor's Kenya Snake Safaris.
As many of our regular visitors will know, Sanda Ashe, Royjan Taylor and their team at Bio-Ken are involved in a growing range of projects aimed at the conservation of reptiles, and assistance and treatment of snakebite victims. Bio-Ken Snake Farm, The James Ashe Antivenom Trust, Saving Snakes, and Kenya Snake Safaris all operate towards these same goals.
Snake Safaris are a fascinating and educational way to experience the Kenyan wilderness, and in addition to viewing Kenya's famous wildlife, they look deeper and closer to view the snakes that are so rarely seen, especially safely at close quarters.
Thanks to CNN for this very enjoyable article showcasing some of Kenya's wonders to the world.