Masai Mara National Reserve

Masai Mara National Reserve Possibly the most famous of the reserves and arguably the greatest wildlife destination in Africa the Masai Mara National Reserve has become synonymous with the safari and is currently being featured in the BBC’s new series Planet Earth Live. Nature doesn’t recognise borders and the 650 square miles of the Masai […]

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Samburu National Reserve

Samburu National Reserve – The remote location of the three adjoining game reserves of Samburu, Buffalo Springs and Shaba make them some of the least visited in Kenya. Being uncrowded also makes them among the most pleasant of the parks to visit. The three parks are often treated as one – not least by the […]

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Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park was set up in 1960 to protect the flamingos and other birds in the plains and hills surrounding the lake. Its accessibility and close proximity to Nairobi (only 140 km to the South East) makes it one of the most frequented National Parks – popular with Kenyans and foreign tourists alike. […]

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Tsavo National Park – East and West

Tsavo National Park is vast. Put together, the western and eastern areas of Tsavo make up one of the largest animal sanctuaries in the world – imagine the whole of Wales being a park. Tsavo East became renowned ,or perhaps more correctly, infamous in the early 20th century ,as the home of man-eating lions which […]

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Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

The Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is situated within Lewa Downs, Kenya, a 62,000 acre ranch and wildlife sanctuary. It is has been home to the Craig family since 1924 who by setting aside 5000 acres of their ranch in 1983, were instrumental in setting up a sanctuary to protect black rhinos. Fortunately this was so successful […]

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Meru National Park

85 km away from the busy trading town of Meru is Meru National Park – one of the least visited and therefore one of the least spoiled of Kenya’s national parks. Although the park has a 600 km road network – many of the tracks can become impassable in the wet. The park’s HQ can […]

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Aberdare National Park

The Aberdare National Park is part of the Aberdare Mountain Range, a region of stunning and diverse landscape where jagged peaks soar up to 3,930m and deep ravines cut through the forested slopes. The area is ideal for game-viewing, walking, picnics and trout fishing. The rainforest is a vital water catchment area with attractive streams […]

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Amboseli National Park & Selenkay Conservancy

The location of Amboseli National Park is probably its biggest attraction. The whole park is overlooked by the world famous views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Kilimanjaro is undoubtedly best seen at dusk or dawn when low hanging clouds thin out to reveal the iced summit of this continent’s highest mountain. This backdrop has contributed to this […]

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