9. April 2017

Parks & Reserves

Our beautiful country Kenya has many different parks, reserves and conservancies waiting for you to discover their nature and rich widlife. To give you an idea what can await you, here is a short overview about the most famous places. 

Young male lion

Maasai Mara National Reserve

The Maasai Mara is famous for a huge concentration of all animals, especially the big cats. Seeing the Big 5 is possible. From July to September one of the greatest wonders of nature is taking place right here: the migration of millions of wilderbeests and zebras.
The Maasai Mara is our home and specialty. Here we can arrange nearly everything you desire. Click here to find out more.

Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park

Being very close to our neighbour Tanzania, Amboseli National Park gives you an awesome view of Africa’s highest mountain, the Kilimanjaro.
The Amboseli is also famous for its large herds of elephants that love to spend the day in the swampy areas of the park.

Many pink Flamingos fishing in the Lake Nakuru in Kenyas Rift Valley. Two Flamingos are flying to the right.

Lake Nakuru National Park

If you love birds, you should definitely not miss Lake Nakuru. This salt lake is home to thousands of pink flamingos and more than 450 other bird species. If you missed seeing the rhino on previous game drives, you have the chance of finding both kinds of rhino, the black and white, in this park.

Lake Naivasha Area

Lake Naivasha area

This fresh water lake in the Great Rift Valley offers you a variety of activities to spend your day: boat rides, bike tours through herds of zebras and giraffes, walks by feet in a private conservancy, climbing of Mount Longonot, discovering a canyon, rock climbing or camping on the shores of the lake itself. Naivasha is always worth a trip.

The Savannah of the Nairobi National park in the foreground, Nairobis skyscrapers in the background. An amazing possibility of safari right next to the city.

Nairobi National Park

You always thought, pictures with giraffes in front of a skyscraper background are a product of Photoshop? No, they are reality. Here in Kenya our capital has it’s own national park full of all kinds of wildlife. Check it out, just a few minutes away from the bustling city.

Tsavo East and West

Tsavo East and West National Parks

Both parks, devided by the Nairobi-Mombasa-Road, form the largest protected area in Kenya and are home to many big animals like elephants, rhinos and buffalos. Some of the rare "Big Tuskers" live in this area.
Different habitats and landscapes promise you an experience in true wilderness.