Kenya
  • Aberdare National Park

    The Aberdares is the established name of a mountain range which thrusts directly north from Nairobi for more than 160 km, with its mountain ranges a...

  • Amboseli National Park

    Amboseli National Park, at the foot of Africa's highest mountain, 5895m Kilimanjaro, is one of the most popular of Kenya's national parks. I...

  • Hells Gate National Park

    Despite its name, Hell's Gate is an ideal family getaway for a day trip from Nairobi or stop over en-route to Lake Nakuru or the Masai Mara, located...

  • Lake Boringo

    Lake Baringo lies in the solitude of the semi-desert, a haven of peace and beauty in harsh, rugged but majestic surroundings. Its beauty derives as ...

  • Lake Nakuru and Lake Elmenteita National Park

    Lake Nakuru is one of the many salt lakes of the greater Rift Valley, and is next to Nakuru town. This small national park is the sanctuary of many ma...

  • Lake Turkana National Park

    An island located between the northern and southern shores of Lake Turkana, it is a small retreat to thousands of crocodiles. The island is actually ...

  • Lamu

    The Kenya Coast is lined with a beautiful stretch sandy beach, that stretches for kilometers on end. Beautiful coral reefs are not a rare sight here. ...

  • Malindi and Watumu Marine Parks

    Backtracking from Turtle Bay, and passing Gede, the main road is reached and brings you to Malindi 15 km distant. The town's history is reputed...

  • Marsabit National Park

    Marsabit town, which lies tucked in between the National Reserve to the north and the National Park to the south is about 560 km from Nairobi. The ...

  • Masai Mara

    Adjoining Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, the Mara provides one of nature's most dramatic spectacles- the annual migration from July to Se...

  • Meru National Park

    Situated on the equator, this park has a great range of vegetation including forests, savannas, and dry scrub with many streams. Accommodations inclu...

  • Mombasa

    Mombasa is Kenya's second largest town and its only sizeable port. It has a recorded history stretching back nearly 2000 years. The town of Mombasa...

  • Mount Elgon National Park

    An unspoiled mountain forest, home to over 2000 elephants, buffalo, leopards, colobus and blue monkeys, the giant forest hog, waterbuck and many speci...

  • Mt. Kenya National Park

    At 5,199m high, Mount Kenya is Africa's second highest mountain, dominating the fertile countryside that runs north from Nairobi. To the Kikuyu...

  • Nairobi

    Nairobi is a Masai term meaning 'the place of sweet waters'. This is where the Maasai used to bring their livestock to graze and drink water in the ol...

  • Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park

    In Masai and Kilimambogo, the name means "mountain of the buffalo." Situated on 85 km, just north of Nairobi, this was the final resting place of the...

  • Ruma National Park

    Situated in the Lambwe Valley, this uncrowded, exquisitely beautiful nature sanctuary with the rare oribi and Nohor's reedbuck, jackson's hart...

  • Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves

    Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves cover 532 square kilometers together with the Shaba reserve. This region is totally different in the sce...

  • Shaba National Reserve

    Shaba National Reserve is right next to the Samburu and Buffalo Springs reserves, and borders the Ewaso Ngiro river. Shaba has become famous thanks to...

  • Shimba Hills National Reserve

    Located in the Kwale region of Coast Province, this park is famous for Sheldrick Falls, 25m high. It features great stands of tropical forests, with ...

  • Sibiloi National Park

    Located on the northeastern shore of Lake Turkana close to the Ethiopian border, this is the most remote park managed by Kenya Wildlife Services. Mos...

  • Tsavo East National Park

    Possibly the world's biggest game sanctuary. On the east side roam 'red' Elephants, named from the color of rich earth of the area they t...

  • Tsavo West National Park

    In 1948 Tsavo was gazetted as Kenya's second national park, two years after Nairobi was so declared. A combination of tsetse fly and lack of water h...