Kenya Safari Parks, Reserves & Conservancies

The ‘safari capital of the world'
Kenya's total wildlife conservation area is 44,359 sq km or 7.6 % of its total area. The main Kenya safari parks are: Aberdare National Park, Amboseli National Park, Hell's Gate National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Meru National Park, Mount Elgon National Park, Mount Kenya National Park, Nairobi National Park, Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Park. One of the most popular tourist destinations, the Maasai Mara, is designated a National Reserve. There are two major marine parks: Mombasa Marine National Park and Malindi/Watamu National Park.


Encircled by the wild and beautiful moorlands of the third highest mountain range in Kenya, the Aber

Towered over by the magnificent bulk of 5,896 m high Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain, Am

An ornithological treasure house, the Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve is a cool and shaded r

Buffalo Springs National Reserve - The place of clear water: The rugged, hot and arid ‘badlands' of north-eastern Kenya are vast, magnificent and still

Chyulu Hills National Park - A magical land of black-frozen lava flows studded with blazing red-hot poker trees. Of shoals of ex

Hell's Gate National Park provides the ideal venue for a day trip from Nairobi, a truly panoramic picnic spot, or an evocative camping stopover. Cleft deep i

Kisite Mpunguti Marine Reserve is an enchanted realm of living coral gardens, sculpted islands, wheeling seabirds and sparklingl

A pristine string of rugged coral isles, ringed by rainbow coral reefs and a part of the enchanted Swahili realm of the Lamu archipelago, the Kiunga Marine National R

The vast plateau of Laikipia Conservancy rolls from the foothills of Mount Kenya to the arid deserts of what used to be known as the NFD, the Northern Fronti

The most dramatic yet the least-visited of the Great Rift Valley lakes, Lake Bogoria is a sinuous pewter-blue ribbon of mirrored

Sunk deep in the cleft of the Great Rift Valley, one of earth’s most phenomenal geological features, ringed by shoals of extinct and dorman

Africa's first marine park and one of the world's last great natural marine reserves, Malindi Marine National Park and its sister water-world, Watamu

A remote montane paradise located in the burning wastes of Kenya's rugged northern region, Marsabit National Park skirts the massive extinct volcano known as

World renowned for the breathtaking spectacle of ‘the greatest wildlife show on earth' , the a

Few places offer a more genuine wilderness ambience than the remote and rugged Meru and Kora National Parks. Little visited, utterly unspoilt and easily the most geographical

One of Kenya’s most recent marine parks, Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve lies a few kilometres north of Mombasa I

High in the mist-wreathed hills of Western Kenya, Mount Elgon is a towering volcanic giant, crowned by a vast crater, etched by glacial tarns, ho

One of the world's highest National Parks, Mount Kenya is an extinct volcano. Straddling the equator, the ‘safari mountain' offers a unique mosaic of m

So spoke the famous explorer, Joseph Thomson, as he made the first recorded ascent to the rim of Mount Longonot in 1884. The first recorded Europ

The only city centre national park in the world
The oldest of Kenya's National Parks, the first National Park to be established in East Africa and the

The Ngong Hills Forest Reserve sits upon the misty blue outline of the knuckle-shaped Ngong Hills make for a distinctive landmark, which can be seen for mile

Situated between the foot hills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya, the 110,000-acre private wilderness of the Ol Pejeta Conservanc

A dense, vibrantly green realm of swamp, bulrushes, sedges and surrounding riverine forest, Saiwa Swamp - Kenya’s smallest national

Wilderness safari travel at its best: Hot and arid, Samburu National Reserve lies on the fringes of the vast desert that was once known as the ‘Norther

The Born free country!

Shaba National Reserve is one of a member of three reserves, which lie to the north of Isiolo. The three (Samburu, Buffalo Spr

Floating a misty-cool 400 metres above the palm-fringed beaches of Kenya’s glittering coastline, the Shimba Hills National Reserve<

Shimmering like a mirage in the harshly beautiful desert landscape of northern Kenya lie the blue-green waters of Lake Turkana. On its shores is

The Tana River Primate Reserve, which is known to the local people as Mchelelo, was formed to protect two endangered species of monkey; the crested mangabey

The joint mass of Tsavo West and Tsavo East National Parks forms one of the largest nationa

The joint mass of Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks for

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