Kenya National Parks and Game Reserves

Parks and Game Reserves

Amboseli National Park

From Mombasa, Amboseli National Park is past the Tsavo East and Tsavo West National parks on the Kenyan-Tanzanian border, and usually visited along with the larger parks. Amboseli National Park offers unmatched views of Africa's Highest Mountain - Mount Kilimanjaro, large herds of elephants, Four of 'Africa's Big Five' - Lion, Elephant, Buffalo and Leopard....read more

Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary/Lumo Conservancy

Lumo Conservancy or the Lumo Community Wildlife Sanctuary covers an area of 46,000 hectares in the heart of the Tsavo Eco-system, in Taita Taveta district in southern Kenya. The sanctuary, wedged between Tsavo East and West National Parks and Taita Game Sanctuary, is a significant dispersal area for elephants and other species of animals and a migration corridor for the elephants...read more

Lake Jipe

Located on the edge of Tsavo West National Park, Lake Jipe as a safari attraction is framed by tall reeds, with plenty of hippo, elephant and birdlife painting its shallow waters. The lake is one of Kenya's most important wetlands, providing refuge for numerous water and marsh birds and is home to many animals and birds in the area. It gives you a true appreciation of wildlife and a real taste of Africa. On clear days Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, is visible in the background...read more

Lake Chala

Lake Chala, the deepest Crater Lake in Africa, is a gem of fresh water lake hidden in crater only a short distance from the Taveta /Amboseli road on the slopes of Mount Kilimanjaro. Lake Chala is found on the Kenya/Tanzania Border and both Lake Chala and Lake Jipe are shared between Kenya and Tanzania ...read more

Ngutuni Game Sanctuary

Ngutuni Game Sanctuary is a 10,000 acre private game sanctuary, surrounded on three sides by Tsavo East National Park. Only 2hours drive from Mombasa, Ngutuni Game sanctuary and the surrounding Tsavo East national park is best known for it's wildlife including lion, cheetah, elephant, buffalo as well as a huge variety of plains game and bird life ...readmore

Tsavo East National Park

Dubbed "Theatre of the wild" by the Kenya Wildlife Services, Tsavo East National Park is a true wilderness that teems with all manner of wildlife and birds. Major wildlife attractions in Tsavo East National Park include lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, buffaloes, Giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, elands and diverse birdlife with over 400 species recorded ...readmore

Tsavo West National Park

Dubbed the "Land of Lava, Springs and Man-eaters" by Kenya Wildlife Services, Tsavo West National Park is located on south eastern Kenya, 240km from Nairobi along the western side of Mombasa-Nairobi highway. Tsavo West National Park's savannah ecosystem comprises of open grasslands, scrublands, and Acacia woodlands, belts of riverine vegetation and rocky ridges and is home to all of 'Africa's Big Five' - Lion, elephant, buffalo, Leopard and Rhino among other wildlife ... readmore

Taita Hills Game/Wildlife Sanctuary

Taita Hills Game Sanctuary consists mainly of plains and woodlands, with typical riverbank vegetation along the water course and is home to over 50 species of mammals and 300 species of birds, wildlife include elephant, lion, oryx, lesser kudu, zebra, impala, dik-dik and a wide variety of smaller animals. Bird life includes the extremely rare Taita Falcon, a bird recorded in early Egyptian hieroglyphics ....readmore

Ziwani Game Sanctuary - Tsavo West

Within easy reach of Tsavo West National Park, Wildlife highlights at the Ziwani Game Sanctuary include elephant, lion, hippo, rhino, zebra, hartebeest, lesser kudu, eland, waterbuck, Grant's gazelle, impala, gerenuk, giraffe, dik dik and klipspringer and birds with 600 recorded species ...readmore

Shimba Hills National Reserve

The Shimba Hills reserve is the closest Mombasa safari park – 35 kilometers south of the city. Shimba Hills national game reserve has great landscape with hills and valleys extending beyond the reserves boundaries. The reserve, a part of the coastal rainforest is famous as the home of Sable antelopes, the Sheldrick Falls and bird watching ...readmore

Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha is freshwater lake, fringed by thick papyrus. Afternoon wind and storms can cause the Lake to become suddenly rough and produce high waves. For this reason, the local Maasai christened the lake Nai’posha meaning ''rough water'', which was later mis-spelt by the British as Naivasha ...readmore

Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park was first recognized as a bird sanctuary in 1960 and was elevated to the status of a National Park in 1968.
The lake is surrounded by versatile geographical features which include Menengai crater in the north, the Bahati hills in the north east, the Lion hill ranges in the east, Eburu crater in the south and the Mau escarpment in the west ...readmore

Lake Bogoria National Reserve

Lake Bogoria is a saline water shallow located at the northern region of the Kenyan Rift, 25 km south of Baringo. and 200km north of Naivasha. The lake is home to a huge mix of marine life and bird species. Scholars of the earth's underground activities can base their research on this lake, as its shorelines are dotted with steam jets, boiling geysers and fumaroles ...readmore

Lake Baringo

Lake Baringo is one of the fresh water lakes in the Great Rift valley . It provides sanctuary to hippopotamus and crocodile and it is a birder’s paradise. Many of the bird species here are unique to the area.

Lake Baringo area has two major ornithological attractions, the escapement west of Kampi ya Samaki which is the home of Verreaux eagle, bristle-crowned starlings and Hemp Ricks hornbill, and the Gibraltar Island in the centre of the lake, an extinct volcano rising 50 meters above the lake. It has deposits of sulphur and hot water springs. ..readmore

Aberdares National Park

Covering the altitudes from about 7,000 feet to 14,000 feet above sea level, the Aberdare National Park is located 180 kilometers from Nairobi. Aberdares National park is home to the Black Rhino, leopard, baboon, black and white Colobus monkey and Sykes monkey. Rarer sightings include those of lions, the golden cat and the bongo- an elusive forest antelope that lives in the bamboo forest. Animals like the eland and spotted and melanistic serval cats can be found higher up in the moorlands ...readmore

Mount Kenya National Park

Mount Kenya, Africa's second highest most mountain, rises to 5,199m. The 3,200m mark upwards forms part of the Mount Kenya national park. Surrounding the park is Mount Kenya National Forest Reserve covering an area of approximately 2095 sq Kms. Mount Kenya National Park is unique for its diverse habitats. The lower slopes of the mountain consist mainly of dry upland forest ...readmore

Samburu Game Reserve

Samburu a magical haven of beauty on Kenya's northern frontier home to an astonishing population of wildlife including several species unique to the region like the Reticulated Giraffe Grevy's Zebra Gerenuk and the blue legged Ostrich. The Reserve is also home to lion cheetah buffalo and look out for the shy leopard lying lazily on a tree. You will also see large herds of elephant making their way to the muddy waters of the Ewaso Nyiro River in the morning or on their way up to the hills in the evening ...readmore

Maasai Mara Game Reserve

The Maasai Mara reserve is Kenya's most popular game reserve and wildlife safari destination. Maasai Mara hosts an amazing concentration of wildlife. You are guaranteed to see the Big 5. Lions abound throughout the park as do leopards, cheetah, hyenas, giraffe, impala, wildebeest, topi, baboons, warthogs, buffalo, zebra, elephants, and of course hippos and crocodiles in the Mara River ...readmore

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