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Kitaani Kya Ndundu-Tsavo Safari Camp was initially a hunting base only to become one of the earliest established tented camps in Kenya associated closely with adventurers & explorers including the famous hunter Glen Cottar as well as the world renowned photographer Peter Beard. Beryl Markham, the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic from London to North America (in 1936), spent a large part of her life in Kenya, using her skills and bravery as a pilot to spot game for hunters in Tsavo East. Elephants reputedly headed for cover at the sound of her plane approaching! It was in this region that ‘The Man Eaters’ of Tsavo- an episode of rogue lions attacked Indian labourers as they laid down the tracks of The East African railway running from Nairobi to Mombasa as recorded by Lieut Colonel Patterson.
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