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Murchison Falls National Park”Buffalo, Elephant and Giraffe among others can be spotted here”


At 3840sq km, Murchison National park is comparable is size to Kenya’s Maasai Mara game Reserve and is Uganda’s Largest National Park. The river Nile runs through it dividing it into 2, one half being dense forest and the other plains and Savannah. The forest is occupied by yet again, primates. Such include the Chimpanzee and other monkeys as well. ... Read More »

Bwindi National Park


331sq kms of dense natural forest. Bwindi on the western edge of the Rift Valley is home to half the worlds population of mountain Gorillas. Gorilla trekking is the main attraction to this national park and is very popular among tourists. Bookings must be made way in advance because there is a limit to the number of visitors that can ... Read More »

Sarova Shaba”Deep in the arid northern part of Kenya, situated across the Great North Road, is Shaba National Reserve which forms part of a trio of reserves quite different from the ones found in Kenya.”


In the middle of this desert of volcanic earth lies Sarova Shaba Game Lodge; Kenya’s best kept secret. Built in an oasis around the natural terrain of this breathtaking volcanic desert, the Lodge is attractively laid out with chalet style rooms overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River. Natural spring water has been harnessed to ribbon its way in and out all ... Read More »

Samburu National park “The Samburu National Reserve is located on the banks of the Ewaso Ng’iro river in Kenya. “


There is a wide variety of animal and bird life seen at Samburu National Reserve. Several large game species common to Kenya’s northern plains can be found in abundance here, including the following dry-country fauna: gerenuk, Grevy’s zebra, oryx and reticulated giraffe. All three big cats, Masai lion, Tanzanian cheetah and leopard, can also be found here, as well as ... Read More »

Lake Baringo”It is a critical habitat and refuge for more than 500 species of birds and fauna, some of the migratory waterbird species being significant regionally and globally”


The lake is part of the East African Rift system. The Tugen Hills, an uplifted fault block of volcanic and metamorphic rocks, lies west of the lake. The Laikipia Escarpment lies to the east. Water flows into the lake from the Mau Hills and Tugen Hills. It is a critical habitat and refuge for more than 500 species of birds ... Read More »

Lake Nakuru”It is best known for its thousands, sometimes millions of flamingos nesting along the shores”


Lake Nakuru National Park (188 km2, 73 mi2), created in 1961 around Lake Nakuru, near Nakuru Town. It is best known for its thousands, sometimes millions of flamingos nesting along the shores. The surface of the shallow lake is often hardly recognizable due to the continually shifting mass of pink. The number of flamingos on the lake varies with water ... Read More »

Mt. Longonot & Hells Gate “It is famous for natural hot geysers, as well as eagle and vulture breeding grounds”


Mount Longonot National Park is only ninety kilometers from Nairobi and lies at an altitude of about 1,900-2,200m. Mount Longonot is a young volcano, which rises two thousand seven hundred and seventy six meters above sea level. It is a captivating sight for visitors wishing to view the Naivasha basin, the volcano and crater, as well as the Great Rift ... Read More »

Losai National Reserve”Animals such as elephants, the greater and lesser kudu and gazelles can easily be spotted in the park”


Losai National Reserve is a restricted tourism area, having formerly been a habitat for black rhino and elephants. Losai is characterized by rugged terrain; a lava plateau with scattered volcanic plugs covered with thorn bushes. Its relative isolation and inhospitable terrain make it very difficult to visit, even in a four wheel drive vehicle. The northern part of Kenya is ... Read More »