Elephants are experts in protecting their young ones. Their babies and toddlers are usually well hidden, in the centre of the group, invisible for outsiders. But sometimes the little ones get a bit more exposure.
Only to proof just how adorable they are, like this little jumbo in Masai Mara.
Just as cute, this young giraffe. Staying close to her mother is her best chance for survival.
A heart warming display of a mother’s love for her offspring: nursing one cub, while tenderly grooming the other.
Slightly older, this trio of adolescent cheetah brothers. Cheetahs are usually solitary animals, though it is not uncommon for the males to stick together for a while once they have left the nest.
Lokenjen is a Turkana word, meaning hitchhiker or independent traveller. The Turkana are one of the 42 tribes in Kenya, East Africa. Agostino, a Turkana himself, decided Lokenjen is the best name for anyone who wants to come and discover East Africa.
Agostino is Lokenjen by profession. His travelogue offers you a glance of his safari adventures – pictures, movies and important updates of all the highlights in East Africa.
Many unforgettable adventures are waiting for you too! Check the Lokenjen website, start planning your dream safari and become a Lokenjen yourself.