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Did someone just list Kenya as one of the most dangerous countries for tourist? Gerrarahia meeen.

Regardless of what anyone says, Kenya will always be one of the top safari destinations in the world. She prides herself in having some of the best parks with lots of wildlife to see, offering an impeccable experience to tourists looking to tick off a bucket-list or two. Speaking of which, a group of tourists were touring Masai Mara when Sonali Dudhane, one of the tourists spotted a herd of giraffes grazing from a distance. The tourists, as is customary, got out of the vehicles and started taking photos of the gracefully grazing herd.

According to a post by Dailymail, a tour guide alerted the tourists to get back into their cars as he suspected the herd would start crossing the road. And sure enough, the herd of about 30 giraffes embarked on crossing the road and Sonali was able to capture the breathtaking view. The result? A masterpiece, The Monalisa has nothing on these amazing photos.

It’s not common to spot such a big herd of giraffes. I have been to several parks in Kenya but never have I spotted more than 10 giraffes grazing together and so when a herd of 30 giraffes casually crossed the road, that was bound to make the┬ánews.

Have a look.

1. The giraffes embarking on crossing the road.

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2. There we go.

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3. Almost done…

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Two words: Magical Kenya!