Located near the Kenya- Tanzania border, the national park presents an immense variety of wildlife, and a unique co-existence between man and wildlife. Each year the Mara transforms to a great spectacle, as millions of wildebeest migrate from the Mara to the Serengeti in Tanzania and back. The Mara River cuts through the park and its raging waters provide life to millions of animals. The lions of the Mara dominate the grasslands, and big game such as elephants and buffaloes roam freely around.View details..
The Amboseli is strategically positioned at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro. Large herds of elephants are very common to come by in the park. All members of the “Big Five” club have the park as their habitat, alongside thousand of other flora and fauna. The Observation Hill offers a panoramic view of the endless horizon. Swamps below the hill attract elephants, buffaloes and hippos for a drink and a mud bath.View details..
Lake Nakuru is one of the soda lakes in the Rift Valley, which is surrounded and protected by the Lake Nakuru National Park. Millions of fuchsia pink flamingo birds reside on the shallow lake’s surface, feeding on algae and plankton in the lake. The park serves as a protective sanctuary for the rare Rothschild giraffes, black rhinos and white rhinos. Predators such as the lion, cheetah and leopard can be spotted preying after the zebras, gazelles and the waterbucks.View details..
It is the only park in the world within the proximity of a capital city and is Kenya’s wildlife shop window. It park covers an area of 117 square kilometers. The park is unique as nowhere in the world exists a wildlife park with such a variety of animals and birds species so close to the capital city. The diverse flora of the park makes it possible for many different types of wildlife species to co-exist.View details..
At 5,199m the mountain is the second highest peak in Africa. Mt. Kenya is an important water tower in the country. It provides water for about 50% of the country’s population and produces 70% of Kenya’s hydroelectric power. Initially it was a forest reserve before being announced as a national park. Currently the national park is within the forest reserve which encircles it. In April 1978 the area was designated a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. The national park and the forest reserve, combined, became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.View details..
The park is located on the Aberdare Mountain Ranges in central Kenya. It is characterized by deep ravines and densely forested mountain slopes. The park is home to a several species of animals such as the baboon, the black and white Colobus monkey, the rare bongo, elephants and a few lions. Beautiful streams and cool rivers merge and fall to form scenic waterfalls over the ravines.View details...
At the banks of the Ewaso Ngiro River, lies the Samburu National Reserve. The ecosystem at the reserve hosts an incredible spectacle of different species of animals co-existing. Animals of interest found in the reserve are the Gerenuk, the reticulated giraffe, the Oryx, the endangered wild dog among others. With a different and interesting panorama, the reserve offers a special escape from the beaten path.View details..