Kenya is probably the place most first-time Africa visitors think of when they decide they want to go on safari; and undoubtedly the likes of the Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha offer spectacular safari options. However, over the last few years Kenya has dropped down my list because of the soaring costs to safari there. However, one way to avoid some of these costs is to visit Kenya on an overland tour. One of my favourite overland tours was from Kenya, in to Uganda and finishing in Kigali, Rwanda. This provides the opportunity to visit the Masai, Nakuru and Naivasha whilst also visiting Jinja (Uganda) to raft the Nile and then Volcanoes National Park (Rwanda) to visit the mountain gorillas (which honestly, is one of my best life experiences; so much so that I went back a second time). This particular photo was taken at a campsite up above the Nile River in Jinja, Uganda on that very trip. I always find it hard to avoid sunset photos; particularly in Africa where there never seems to be a bad sunset!