09-08-2022 by redazione
More and more VIPs and billionaires are choosing Kenya for their holidays.
This time, at a time when one of the world's most famous natural spectacles, the great wildebeest migration between the Maasai Mara and Serengeti reserves, is taking place, the African country's guest is the greatest Formula One champion ever, Englishman Louis Hamilton.
The 37-year-old driver, who has won seven world titles and still competes with the Mercedes racing team, decided to stay in an exclusive lodge in the Maasai Mara with his family and some friends and to visit not only the savannah but other corners of Kenya, with the priority being to witness the great migration on the banks of the Mara river and to take a hot-air balloon ride in the large nature reserve..
Hamilton is just the latest in a series of celebrities who could choose any destination in the world and be thunderstruck by Kenya's nature. In the past years, artists such as Madonna, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, Rihanna, Naomi Watts and sportsmen such as Josè Mourinho, Francesco Totti, Mauro Icardi with Wanda Nara, Samuel Eto'o (at The Lawford in Malindi) and many others have stayed on the savannah and coastal beaches.
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