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National parks in Kenya

12 day kenya and tanzania safari

AMBOSELI NARIONAL PARK: Home for the African Elephant

Amboseli National Park is the second most popular National Park in Kenya. It’s famous as one of the best places to see large herds of Elephants. It’s all the place with the best view of Mount Kilimanjaro which is African’s highest peak. Amboseli National Park which is 390.26 sq. Km rich in wildlife and over 400 species of birds. Some of the animals found here are Cheetah, Buffalo, Zebra, Lion, Elephant, Lesser Kudu, Leopard, Crocodile, Dik-dik and Wild dogs. Amboseli is accessible by road and air.

There is a wide selection of where to stay inside the park.

Temperature ranges from 20-30 c while rainfall is from 200mm – 700 mm. We have two rain seasons, long rains – March & April & short rains – Nov/ December. Amboseli National Park is an all-year-round destination.


Maasai Mara is the most popular destination in Kenya as well as in African when it comes to wildlife Safaris. It is an all-round destination and it is home to over 95 species of mammals and more than 600 species of birds.

Together with Serengeti National Reserve they both make a spectacular eco-system marched by non in the world. The wildebeest migration is MUST see and experience. The wildebeest migrate from Serengeti to Maasai Mara between July and October every year. This breathtaking experience is the eight wonders of the world. During the rest of the year the reserve is still rich in game and you never get enough of eat it has to offer. Game viewing is done while in the vehicle but also an eye bird view is an experience, we all must have. In that case you can’t go to Maasai Mara Reserve and not take a balloon safari. The Maasai people also add to the beauty of this amazing reserve. There coexistent with the wildlife is some we all admire and wish we would have.

Accommodation ranges from basic camping to luxury lodge or tented camp. Other than game drive in search of the wildlife other available activities are nature walk, Maasai Village experience,


Samburu National Reserve is located on the Northern Kenya and is one of the most famous game reserves. It also boarders Ewaso Nyiro river on one side which divides Samburu National Reserve and Buffalo Springs. A number of conservancy and group ranched bordering this reserve such as Kalama Conservancy, West Gate Community Conservancy and Namunyok Wildlife Conservancy adds t Samburu eco-system.

Samburu is home to unique wildlife such as Grevy Zebras, Somali Ostrich, Reticulated Giraffe, Gerenuk and Beisa Oryx , this makes it standout. It is also home to predators like the lion, Cheeter, Leopard and hundreds of Elephants.

Samburu Reserve is an all-year-round destination. Different options of accommodation different locations make game drives enjoying while here.


This Park is famous because of the colonies of flamingos that given the lake the pink cover. It is the hub for the birds’ lovers because of the large number of birds that have made a home n this park. The many species of birds found here includes African Fish Eagle, Long-tailed Widowbird, Northern Puffback, Slender-billed Greenbul, Rufous-throated wryneck, Ruppel’s robin-chat, Montane white-eye, Red-capped lar, Shining Sunbird and many others. Lake Nakuru though famous for numerous birds is also home for wild animals. Over 100 endangered black and white rhinos call Lake Nakuru home. This is the same to then endangered Rothschild’s giraffe and other animals that includes buffalos, lions, impala, waterbuck, baboons and many others.

Accommodation in and around Lake Nakuru are categorized into Luxury accommodation, Midrange accommodation and budget accommodation.

Tsavo National Park

This is the largest national park is Kenya, it is nearly 22,000km. It is divided into two parks which are Tsavo East and Tsavo West.

Tsavo East National Park:

The attraction in this park is breathtaking and equal to none. It is home to the dust red elephants. Most of the time you will find them wallowing, rolling and spraying each other blue waters of Galana River. This experience reminds you of what family unity should be. It is here that you will see Yatta Plateau which are the longest lava flow in the world. This Park is home to most larger mammals namely Rhino, Buffalo, leopard Elephant, crocodile, waterbucks, gerenuk and it is also rich in having different bird species.

Tsavo West National Park:

From Mzima Springs to the Shetani lava flows is where Tsavo Park gets its beauty and rugged wilderness look. The open grassland, Acacia woodlands, scrublands

beautiful, rugged wilderness and rocky ridges makes safari game drives interesting. Attraction here includes Hippos, lions, leopards, cheetah. Rhino, buffalos and different species of birds.

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