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Mt Kilimanjaro National Park The Crown of Africa The highest peak in Africa. The biggest freestanding mountain in the world. One of the largest volcanos on the planet – this is mighty Mt. Kilimanjaro – a towering symbol of grandeur, majesty and power. Many travellers on Tanzania safaris view this awesome summit as one of […]
Arabuko Sokoke National Reserve The Last Refuge of the Golden-rumped Elephant Shrew You won’t find this small, endearing shrew – about the size of a rabbit – anywhere else on earth. But you will here at the Arabuko Sokoke Reserve, the last and largest tropical forest that used to cover much of East Africa. Located just […]
Lake Naivasha National Park Deep blue lakes, rich acacia forests, extinct volcanoes, waterfalls, imposing towers and bottomless gorges – you’ll be amazed at the variety and drama of the parks, lakes and preserves surrounding Lake Naivasha. Here the birdlife is full, varied and constant as is the parade of wildlife with over 100 species of […]
Hell’s Gate National Park Drive, Hike, Bike or Climb Everything about Hell’s Gate National Park is different. You can take a guided walking safari here. In fact, it’s encouraged. And where else can you do a bicycle safari, riding past grazing zebra, giraffe, impala, buffalo and baboon. The opportunities for climbing are plentiful, accessible and not too […]
Hot Geysers and Hot Pink Flamingos Picture a high mountain lake in a volcanic region near the equator covered with an endless swarm of bright, pink flamingoes. Dotting this lake and surrounding areas, steamy hot springs enhance the already dreamlike atmosphere. Now add in the sight of numerous bubbling geysers erupting along the banks and from […]
Kakamega Forest National Reserve The Last Real Jungle Stepping into the dense, dark jungle of the Kakamega Forest Reserve is like being transported to the Africa of ancient times. Moving through the thick canopy of this tropical rainforest you’ll be met with the sounds of birdsong, chattering monkeys and croaking frogs. Butterflies fill the air as does […]
Meru National Park There are 13 rivers in Meru National Park, lots of rainfall, dense jungle, verdant swamp and endless green rolling hills. In short, this park is wild and beautiful. There’s also lots of space here because Meru is an underrated park with few visitors. Which means it is uncrowded, unspoilt and you’re likely to have […]
Malindi Marine Park (A Magical Coral Garden) An explosion of undersea color – the fish and the coral here will compete for your attention with their dazzling hues. Africa’s first marine park is a treasure of fringing reefs, coral gardens, lagoons, seagrass, and every sort of sea life – turtles, dolphins, fish, and shorebirds. The […]
Mt Kenyan National Park Towering Above the Others It’s the second highest mountain in Africa. It borders the equator, yet it supports 12 glaciers, plus pristine lakes, tarns and dense alpine forest. This is Mt. Kenya National Park – a land and a world away from all the other national parks. The climbing is excellent, as is […]
Spectacular Coral Reefs – Dazzling Lagoons   Imagine a marine park offering brilliant lagoons fringed with bright coral reefs, drawing in hundreds of fish, manta rays, and sea turtles. This is the paradise of Watamu Marine National Park, one of Kenya’s finest aquatic habitats and a haven for divers, snorkelers and sea lovers. In this protected marine […]
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