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12 Aug

Lake Nakuru National Park

Why Lake Nakuru National Park This National park is named after the shallow salty lake Nakuru that is found at the floor of the Great Rift Valley. The beautiful lake is part of the ecological diversity that surrounds the park. The park  is a bird watching heaven for those in love with birds as it is home to 450 species of birds including flamingoes. Nakuru National park is also home to different species of mammals including; zebras, rhinos, lions, giraffes, leopards, baboons, waterbucks among others. How to get there By road: Lake Nakuru...

12 Aug

Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park

Why Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park This is one of the most rewarding National parks one can visit at the Kenyan Coast.  Established in 1973 by the Kenyan government, this park helps in conserving the special endemic marine animals and birds and the scenic islands at the Coastal area. The Kisite Mpunguti Marine National Park has a wide range of marine flora and fauna and it boasts of four coral islands that have wide areas of fringing reef. This park is beautiful and sun kissed. How to get there By road: The Park is...

12 Aug

Hell’s Gate National Park

Why Hell's Gate National Park This is one of the most atmospheric parks in Africa. It is located at Naivasha near the capital Nairobi. This park’s name comes from the intense geothermal activities that are within the park’s boundaries. With a spectacular scenery and great wildlife to match. Hells Gate National park is a getaway that allows one to experience an incredible quarter of the great Rift Valley. How to get there By road: The Park is easily accessible from Nairobi as it is 90 kilometers from the city. It is situated 5kms...

12 Aug

Chyulu Hills National Park

Why Chyulu Hills National Park Chyulu Hill National Park has both striking volcanic scenery and great wildlife making it an ideal destination for adventure and nature lovers. It is located on the Eastern side of Kenya at Kibwezi. It is found in between Tsavo National park and Amboseli National Park. The weather at Chyulu is pleasant allowing visitors to visit the park all year round. How to get there By road The park is Located 190kms from Nairobi on the South Eastern side, it takes approximately five hours for road users to get to...

12 Aug

Central Island National Park

Why Central Island National Park When one visits the Central Island National Park in Lake Turkana, it feels like the world has stood still. With three active volcanoes and three crater lakes, this is a remote but a very beautiful place. How to get there By road From the capital city Nairobi, the park can be accessed through Maralal and South Hor Marsabit and North Hor. This is a three days journey from the capital. Alternatively one can travel from Nairobi to Kitale and Lowder to Kalokol. Kalokol is on the western shores of...

12 Aug

Arabuko Sokoke National Park

Why Arabuko Sokoke National Park The Arabuko Sokoke National park is part of the Arabuko Sokoke Forest which is a protected forest reserve at the costal side of Kenya. The park is found at the North West part of the Arabuko Sokoke forest. The park was gazetted in the 1991. Only 50% of the park lies outside the national reserve boundary with the rest straddling the reserve. How to get there By road: The park is located 110 km north of the coastal town of Mombasa between Kilifi and Malindi towns. It is...

12 Aug

Aberdare National Park

Why Aberdare National Park The Aberdare National Park is a great place for a Kenyan safari.  Located in the Kenyan central highlands, it offers a scenic and spectacular view of a mountainous terrain in the midst of a tropical forest. The eastern slopes of the Aberdare Range Mountains offer the best place for the Kenyan safari. It is the highest national park in Africa. How to get there By road: The Park is located 93 miles (150 km) east of the capital Nairobi. The drive from the capital city of Kenya takes three...

12 Aug

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park is a park whose name is coined from a Maasai word meaning ‘salty dust’. It is one of the best places in Africa to view the big five. It is located at the shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro, making it the best place to see the iconic mountain....

9 Aug

Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve

Why Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve is famous and protected Marine and National park in Mombasa. It was established as a park in 1986, and it encloses the more significant part of the lagoon and back reef. This makes Mombasa Marine Park one of the many Reserves that work to protect the safety of the coral reef, and sustain the ocean ecosystem by providing food to more than 1 million species of the Indian Ocean. The coastal beach is a tourist destination and is...

9 Aug

Samburu National Reserve

Why Samburu National Reserve The Samburu National Reserve is located at the southeastern district in The Great Rift Valley. Its name originated from the neighboring Samburu tribe, a tribe well known for its rich culture, nomadic and pastoral life. The reserve is a popular tourist destination due to its wildlife. Samburu National Park is on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River which neighbors Buffalo Springs National Reserve. The reserve has two mountains: Koitogor and Ololokwe which help attract wildlife mainly because of the grassland vegetation and the riverine forest. The...

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