Kenya is an East African country widely popular between travellers all around the globe due to its untamed wildlife and picturesque landscape. The country offers 54 raw & rustic national parks for the safari lovers.Acquiring 580,367 square kilometres Kenya is the 48th largest country in the world. Geographically surrounded by South Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Uganda, Tanzania, and the Indian Ocean; Kenya is a dreamland for wildlife admirers.
Meru National Park- Located just about 350 km from the capital of Kenya; the Meru national park is one of the prime attractions of Kenya. The national park has to offer a wide range of animals which includes African bush elephant, lion, African leopard, cheetah, eastern black rhinoceros, southern white rhinoceros, Grévy's zebra, and hippopotamus.
Amboseli National Park- Amboseli National Park or formerly known as MaasaiAmboseli Game Reserve, residing in Kajiado County, Kenya established in 1974 as a national park. Within its 392 km2 area the national park showcases varied wildlife as well as 400 species of birds.
Tsavo West National Park- Covering up 9,065 square kilometers, Tsavo West National Park is in the Coast Province of Kenya. The national park offers a great combination of easy travel with fine roads, untamed wilderness, rhino reserve, and guided nature walk on the shores of Tsavo River. The national park’s finest attractions are eastern black rhinoceros, hippopotamus, Cape buffalo, elephant, leopard and lion.
Lake Nakuru National Park- Based in Kenya nestled in the vast Great Rift Valley; Lake Nakuru National Park was established in 1961. Situated on the shoreline of Alkaline lake Nakuru a national park is a great place for witnessing pink Flamingos. Another prime attraction is the eastern black rhinoceros that are the largest number the country has to offer.
Samburu National Park- Located on the banks of the EwasoNg'iro River in Kenya, Samburu National Park covers 165 km2. Situated just about 350km from the capital of Kenya, Samburu National Park is a peaceful place to enjoy a wide variety of birds and animals.
Masai Mara Game Reserve- Masai Mara game reserve is one of the largest game reserves of Kenya. The national park is famous worldwide due to its untamed population of lions, leopards, cheetahs, and elephants. Another charm that attracts many tourists to visit the Masai Mara area is the long march of wildebeest and other mammals known as Great Migration.
Getting to Kenya is quite easy as there are many international airlines operating their flights to Kenya. Here are few of them.Read More
To fight the tropical weather of the country packs your bag carefully. Keep in mind you may meet dust, and wet,and wet, hot and/or cool weather.Read More
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Kenya is the 47th-largest country in the world, with an area of 582,644 km². The country is one of the beautiful lands that are quiteRead More
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Kenya is one of the prime safari attractions of African Continent. It has driven many safari lovers crazy with its national parksRead More
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