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Experience The Wild Side Of Africa

Maasai Mara Game Reserve

Here you’ll find the densest number of lions in Kenya, and witness innumerable wildebeests and zebra during the Great Migration. Visit the local Maasai people and even take a balloon safari above the vast beauty of the park.

Nairobi National Park

Is the most unique park in the world. Just minutes from downtown Nairobi see lions, leopards, buffalo, and giraffe in the wild. A true wildlife park with skyscrapers framing the scene! Visit the David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, stop at the Giraffe Center, see Rothschild giraffes.

Lake Nakuru National Park

This beautiful park boasts acacia forests, waterfalls, and lots of birdlife adorning the lake. But there’s also giraffe and endangered rhinos, protected in the sanctuary here. the beautiful black-and-white colobus monkey can sometimes be found in the acacia forest.

Amboseli National Park

known as the “Land of the Giants”, the park shows off giant Mt. Kilimanjaro and features great numbers of elephants. So many you’re guaranteed to see them, marching before the great, snow-capped mountain.

Ol Pejeta Wildlife Sanctuary

A stunningly versatile reserve that treats visitors to every kind of wildlife – from lions and leopards to rhinos and chimpanzees.

Tsavo National Parks

Tsavo East & Tsavo West National Parks – These two are Kenya’s oldest and largest reserves – plenty of room for lots of elephants and the other Big Five wildlife.

Samburu National Reserve

Located on the southern bank of the northern Ewaso Ngiro River, Samburu is home to a large population of Nile crocodiles and is the second most visited game reserve in Kenya. Visitors to Samburu have the opportunity to see some rare wildlife species.

Meru National Park

Meru National Park is most known for the story of Elsa the Lioness, made famous in the book Born Free. Meru forms part of a complex of protected areas along the Tana River and it straddles the equator in the central part of the country.

Aberdare National Park

All the Big Five are present. Buffalo and elephant are common, and there is a chance to see black rhino at one of the tree hotel waterholes at night. Lion and leopard tend to stay at higher altitudes in the park and are difficult to spot.

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