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Kenya National Parks & Game Reserves

Kenya is famous for its game viewing and beautiful countryside. The Wildebeest Migration is one of the most amazing natural spectacles on earth and the 7th Wonder of the World.


This Park is part of the Aberdare Mountain Range which forms the steep eastern edge of the Rift Valley. It lies approximately 180kms north of Nairobi and has an altitude of 7,000 to 14,000 ft. The scenery in this region is spectacular and impressive as is the range of wildlife. Due to the dense forest vegetation you will need to do some searching for the wildlife, but there are also many purpose built game viewing lodges. Game to be found in the park includes elephant, lion, black rhino, waterbuck, gazelle, giant forest hog, genet cats, leopard, buffalo and the rare spiral-horned antelope known as the bongo.


Amboseli National Park, although small at approx 395 sq km, is one of Kenya's most popular parks. The views of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, coupled with the variety of game to be found in this park draws visitors in. The park which lies approximately 140 kms south of Nairobi on the border with Tanzania is most famed for its large herds of elephants.


The Lake Nakuru National Park entrance lies 6km from Nakuru town and the main attraction is Lake Nakuru, a shallow alkaline soda lake set beneath the high cliffs of the eastern Rift Valley. It is an ornithologists' paradise offering the spectacular view of up to 2 million flamingos at one time (during the season) along with hundreds of other species including birds of prey. An area of 190 sq km around the lake is fenced in as a national park and has been made a sanctuary for Rothschild Giraffes and Black Rhinos.


The Marsabit National Reserve lies in northern Kenya in a densely forested mountain park, being home to beautiful crater lakes. The park was once famous for its large tusker elephants but that was sadly before poachers slaughtered most of them.  Elephants are still in abundance however along with large herds of kudu and many birds of prey.


The Masai Mara is regarded as Kenya's favourite and definitely most popular Game Reserve, having over 140,000 visitors per year. The reserve lies approximately 270km west of Nairobi and covers an area of approximately 1,510 sq km, bordering the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The landscape is mostly open savannah grasslands and acacia shrubland.

Starting any time from late July large herds of Wildebeest and Zebra follow the rains and start grazing in the wide and open grasslands of what has become fondly known as "The Mara". They may be late, but they will always make the trip, driven by dry conditions in the Serengeti and led by the lightning and thunder to the north. Come November they start the homeward journey bound again for the Serengeti.  This annual spectacle is known as the "Wildebeest Migration" and is not to be missed!

At this time of year you will also see a large number of lion, hippo, crocodile and vultures, all of which prey on the weak and young migrating animals. Other game to be found in the Masai Mara at any time of the year include elephant, cheetah, baboons, gazelle, giraffe, jackals, leopard, hyenas, water buffalo, ostriches, and a large variety of antelope and birdlife.


The Meru National Park is situated approximately 360km northeast of Nairobi and covers an area of 870 sq kms. This park was the setting for Joy Adamson's book "Born Free" and it remains one of Kenya's most unspoilt parks. The scenery is varied, wild and beautiful, from woodland at 3,000 ft on the slope of Nyambeni Mountain Range to wide open plains with many rivers running through it. Game found here includes; lion, cheetah, leopard, elephant, antelope, and buffalo. In the many rivers hippo and crocodile are found in abundance. You may be lucky to spot Kenya's only colony of the rare White Rhino.

There are several other parks which can be visited from here within a day, they include Bisandi National Reserve, Kora National Park, Rahole National Reserve and Mwingi National Reserve.


The Mount Kenya National Park lies approximately 176kms northeast of Nairobi and covers an area of approximately 700 sq kms, with a landscape consisting mainly of forest and bare rock. Mount Kenya is an extinct volcano straddled across the equator and is Africa's second highest peak. The altitude ranges from between 11,000 to 17,058ft, with the highest peaks being Batian at 17,058ft and Nelion at 17,022ft. These are regularly climbed by experienced climbers though very few actually make it to the top. The more popular peak for climbers is the easier Lenana Peak which reaches a height of 16,354ft. and can be climbed without the use of specialist equipment. Climbers are often accompanied by a guide, with porters being readily available. There are climbers' huts to rest in, but plenty of food and warm clothes should be taken with you. The best time of the year for climbing is from mid-January to late February and from late August through to September.

The scenery is stunning and quite breathtaking. It is also a botanist's paradise, with a wide variation in flora as the altitude changes.

The region is home to a variety of wildlife including some unique species, such as Black and White Colobus monkeys and Sykes monkeys, bushbuck, buffalo, elephant, Olive baboon, waterbuck, black rhino, leopard, hyena, bongo and at high altitudes zebra and eland can be found.


Nairobi National Park is only 20 minutes drive from the city and is ideal if you only have a stopover in the city and want to experience some of Africa's game. In this park you are guaranteed to see an abundance of game, seemingly unaware and unafraid of humans. The elephant is the only one of the 'big five' not found here, but leopard, lion, buffalo, rhino, giraffe, hippo, crocodile, antelope, wildebeest, eland, zebra and Thompson's gazelle as well as many other species can be seen.

At the western end of the park is an Animal Orphanage dedicated to young animals who are injured or deserted in the wild. Here they are studied and cared for until they can be returned to the reserves.


The Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves lie northeast of Nairobi halfway to Lake Turkana and cover an area of approximately 300 sq kms. The area is arid and largely semi-desert, but has a large concentration of game including some species not found elsewhere such as the oryx, gerenuk, Reticulated giraffe and Grevy's Zebra. Other game includes ostrich, elephant and leopard who are lured into the lodges with bait, so that tourists can get a glimpse of them.


Shaba Game Reserve is situated 314 km from Nairobi in Central Kenya, off the Uaso Nyiro River, being a semi-desert area. It is the natural habitat for the Grevy Zebra, Reticulated giraffe, and gerenuk, only found in this part of Kenya. There are also herds of elephant, plenty of Lion, Cheetah, Crocodile, hundreds of species of birds and other game.


This is Kenya's most remote national park, lying right in the north of the country bordering Lake Turkana. The region is hot, dry and windswept, but surprisingly has a large variety of wildlife and birds. These include Grevy's zebra, ostrich, gerenuk, oryx and a large population of Nile crocodile in the lake. The park's petrified forest is proof that this region was once lush and densely forested.

Due to the remoteness and inhospitable terrain most people visit this area in organised groups.


This is one of Kenya's oldest and largest parks, but huge areas, mainly to the north of the Galana River, are completely closed to the public. The southern accessible area of the park includes the Kanderi Swamp and the Aruba Dam on the Voi river and has large concentrations of game including hippo, giant crocodiles lion, leopard, waterbuck, kudu, zebra and ostrich. It is also home to the largest herds of elephant in Kenya, usually covered in red dust. The park provides for excellent photography with its spectacular views such as Mudanda Rock and the Yatta Plateau.


The park is located approx 230kms from Nairobi off the main Mombasa-Nairobi road and has three rivers flowing through it, the Galana, the Athi and the Tsavo attracting large concentrations of game including buffalo, rhino, giraffe, zebra, lion, leopard, cheetah, crocodile and many varieties of antelope.

In the northwestern corner of the park is Shetani Lava Flow, a massive lava bed created by an eruption in the Chyulu Hills where the raw cone at the centre can still be seen. Rain falling in these hills is purified as it soaks through the porous volcanic ash, running underground for 50km, resurfacing at the lush Mzima Springs, which is one of the park's main attractions. This is a haven for crocodiles and hippo and a waterhole for a large variety of other game.