The sheer number of Kenya’s safari parks is absolutely awesome – and there’s such exciting variety too.
The Maasai Mara National Reserve is a must-see for anyone visiting Kenya! This beautiful reserve offers safari experiences for first-timers and old hands alike.
The Greater Mara Conservancies are situated around the Maasai Mara National Reserve’s northern and eastern borders.
Located 217 miles from Nairobi and totaling 65 sq. miles, Samburu National Reserve has a lot to recommend it as a safari destination.
Laikipia is the fifteenth largest of Kenya’s 47 counties, totaling some 5,403 sq. miles! It is located on the Equator and within the country’s former Rift Valley Province.
Lewa Wildlife Conservancy is located in the central region of Kenya. It comprises an area of over 155 sq. miles and boasts an excellent assortment of animals! Formed in 1995, it has a lot to recommend it as a safari destination.
Meru National Park is famous for its role in the book and film Born Free. This is the location of lioness Elsa’s release into the wild by Joy Adamson and her husband George.
Amboseli is Kenya’s second most popular national park! Located in Kajiado County, it covers 245 sq. miles and resides at the center of a vast 4,970 sq. miles ecosystem spanning Kenya and neighboring Tanzania.
Situated 6,181 feet and 5,787 feet above sea level respectively, Lake Naivasha and Lake Nakuru are among the highest of all the Great Rift Valley lakes!
The Matthew's Range is also known as the Mathews Range and the Lenkiyio Hills.