We are in the Kisite Mpunguti marine park, just off Shimoni on Kenya’s south coast, home to over 250 species of marine life. We arrived mid-morning, driving from Diani through coastal villages. The sun is beating down, its rays reflecting off the waves like silver pennies.
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At 17,058 ft, Mount Kenya is a gathering of nature’s wonders. It is the second highest mountain in Africa after Mt. Kilimanjaro and holds at its highest point one of the world’s rarest sights – equatorial snow. For centuries, this glacier phenomenon has puzzled scientists, at the top of a mountain that abounds with legend and history.