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Rift Valley

Stretching across Africa from Mozambique to Jordan, the great wound that is the Rift Valley is one of the most well known stretches of valley in the world. Its size – fully 6000km in length – means the valley covers every type of terrain imaginable: deserts,hills, lakes, forests, and more fall under the sway of this ancient tear in the earth's surface. Reachable from Nairobi with a short drive, the Rift Valley offers spectacular views and excellent hiking & game viewing opportunities.

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