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Kenya National Parks, Game Reserves & Conservancies

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Amboseli National Park

Southern Kenya

This park, situated approximately 140kms south of Nairobi on the border with Tanzania, is most famed for its large herds of elephants. Amboseli is the second most popular park in Kenya after Masai Mara, mainly because of the spectacular backdrop of A... read more

Masai Mara National Park

Western Kenya

The Mara is the northern extension of the Serengeti Plains. Watered by the Mara River and its tributary the Talek, the park here comprises 1510 km² of open grassland tucked away in the southwest corner of the country. Concentrations of wildlife are ... read more

Aberdare National Park

The Central Highlands

Created in 1950, this park in the Central Highlands encloses two different environments: the Kinangop Plateau in the south, a 60km stretch of moorland, peaks and forest; and the Salient, an outcrop of dense rainforest to the east. As on Mount Kenya, ... read more

Hell's Gate National Park

The Rift Valley

Established in 1984, this small national park lies just south of Lake Naivasha and about 90km north-west of Nairobi.  It was given its unique name by two explorers, Fischer and Thomson, who were astounded and overwhelmed after finding the reddis... read more

Lake Naivasha

The Rift Valley

Lake Naivasha is a beautiful freshwater lake, the second largest in the area after Lake Baringo. The lake is 12 kilometres across, but its waters are shallow. Lake area varies greatly according to rainfall, almost doubling it size after the rainy sea... read more

Lake Nakuru National Park

The Rift Valley

Created in 1961, this park now covers 180 sq km and is one of the most visited reserves in Kenya after the Masai Mara. Like most of the other Rift Valley lakes, it is a shallow soda lake, abundant with the blue-green algae that draw the shorelines th... read more

Mount Kenya National Park

The Central Highlands

Known by the local Kikuyu people as Kirinyaga - place of light - the imposing Mount Kenya broods over the surrounding national park and forest reserve.  At 5,199 metres high, this impressive peak is capped by snow - extremely rare so close to th... read more

Chyulu Hills National Park

Southern Kenya

Cinder cones, extinct volcanoes, springs bubbling from a subterranean river, savannah, dense thickets and montane forest...these are the features which characterise the dramatic landscape of the Chyulu Hills. Dividing the open plains of Amboseli in t... read more

Meru National Park

Northern Kenya

Meru is one of the most overlooked and therefore wildest and most untouched national parks in Kenya.  Meru's story is one of mixed fortune –  established in 1966, poaching became a severe problem in the 1970s and 80s, and the area was acu... read more


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