Tsavo West And Tsavo East National Park

Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya at 22,000km Square as well as one of the largest in the world. This park was divided due to the railway going from Mombasa to the interior of Kenya. Tsavo East is the larger of the two parks wild in nature and character with easier game viewing […]

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Samburu National Reserve.

This picturesque park located in Samburu district in the Rift valley Province of Kenya is rugged open savannah renowned for rare species of animals unique to the park. These species include the long necked gerenuk, Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, Beisa Oryx and Somali ostrich. These are more common to see in the dry season when […]

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Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Historically a successful beef ranch that later expanded to 90.000 acres of reserve due to colonial hunters and serious decline in wildlife populations. This is now known as Ol Pejeta, a conservancy that uses agriculture and tourism to create surpluses solely for the reinvestment in conservation and community development. This is the largest black rhino […]

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Lake Nakuru National Park.

This is one of Kenya’s most notable and finest national parks varying in diversity and pleasing to the eye. With rare tree-climbing lions often sighted at the forested area below Flamingo hill, one must look up rather than down to spot these predators. Drive along the grassy plains into the woodlands and you can expect […]

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Mount Kenya National Park

The park was established in 1949 to protect Mt. Kenya, the second highest peak in Africa at 5.199m. This ancient extinct volcano is a world heritage site and simply beautiful. With rugged glacier-glad summits and forested middle slopes, this landscape is incredibly impressive. Diversified wildlife in the area includes leopards, elephants and buffalo making the […]

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Lake Naivasha

The highest of the Rift Valley Lakes north west of Nairobi, this freshwater lake is 1890 above sea level. This vast mass of water extends like the ocean and is hugged by vegetation consisting of cacti and sand olive trees. The lake is home to a variety of wildlife with the most prominent being the […]

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Amboseli National Park.

This national park most anticipated feature is getting up close and personal to large tusked elephants with Africa highest peak-Mt. Kilimanjaro landscaping in the background. There is an elephant research camp in the heart of the park, which is not open to the public; however, you may book via website for a one hour lecture […]

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Masai Mara National Reserve

The Masai Mara National Reserve is not a national park as it belongs to the Maasai people and therefore considered thousands of tourists frequent a reserve.it each year and is one of the most popular reserves in Africa. Strict access control over the vehicle numbers around animal sightings allows for experience that is more authentic […]

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