Kenya wilderness experience

Africa is recognised as the best continent to enjoy wildlife and nature with Kenya taking the lead in wildlife tourism sector. Ask any wildlife enthusiast and name of Kenya will be at the top of his list of best wilderness destinations on earth. Today nature wildlife tourism and Kenya have become synonymous to each other. With good tourism infrastructure in its 40 odd national parks and forest reserves where rich flora and fauna have been well preserved, Kenya has become wildlife fan's heaven. It also offers cultural tourism to tribal land which is a perfect mix with nature tourism.


List of National Parks of Kenya:

Aberdare National Park, Amboseli National Park, ArabukoSokoke National Park, Central Island National Park, Chyulu Hills National Park, Hell's Gate National Park, Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Malka Mari National Park, Malindi Marine National Park, Marsabit National Park, Meru National Park, Mombasa Marine Park, Mount Elgon National Park, Mount Kenya National Park, Mount Longonot National Park, Nairobi National Park, OlDonyoSabuk National Park, Ruma National Park, Saiwa Swamp National Park, Sibiloi National Park, Tsavo East National Park and Tsavo West National Park, Watamu Marine National Park.

List of reserve forests and protected marine parks of Kenya:

Arawale National Reserve, Boni National Reserve, Buffalo Springs National Reserve, Dodori National Reserve, Kakamega Forest National Reserve, Kisumu Impala Sanctuary, Masai Mara National Reserve, Mwaluganje elephant sanctuary, Mwea National Reserve, Samburu National Reserve, Shimba Hills National Reserve, Tana_River_Primate_Reserve, Witu Forest Reserve (Utwani Forest Reserve), Kiunga Marine National Reserve, Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park, Malindi / Watamu Parks and Reserves, Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve, Mpunguti Marine National Reserve, Tana Delta Reserve.

Great Rift Valley with lots of fresh water lakes and one of the rarest sites in the world of equatorial snow on the peak of Mt. Kenya has always been the migration path of humans and animals alike and is also Kenya's biggest advantage. Lion, Cheetahs, Wild Dogs, Leopard, Jackals, Hyena, Elephants, Zebra, Giraffe, Gazelle, Buffalo, Hippos, Crocodiles and Topi can be spotted in Kenya's wilderness. Its marine areas offer spectacular sea life as well as coral reef and the whole country is rich in bird life.

Masai Tribe, the original inhabitants of this beautiful country have today come in the forefront of wildlife conservation and cultural tourism. Guests can explore its wilderness on foot with Masai guides and also visit their villages to see and feel their culture up close.

Famous amongst the rich and famous from American and European continent who visit Kenya often as ‘Big Game Country’ it has also attracted wildlife lovers from all over the world. Kenyan wildlife has attracted film makers and writers always and its wildlife has featured in many famous films and literature work. Government of Kenya recognised the potential it has to offer to tourism industry and importance of responsible and sustainable tourism involving local tribal population which has helped it in preserving its wilderness without hampering or degrading it.

Famous amongst the rich and famous from American and European continent who visit Kenya often as ‘Big Game Country’ it has also attracted wildlife lovers from all over the world. Kenyan wildlife has attracted film makers and writers always and its wildlife has featured in many famous films and literature work. Government of Kenya recognised the potential it has to offer to tourism industry and importance of responsible and sustainable tourism involving local tribal population which has helped it in preserving its wilderness without hampering or degrading it.

Today, Kenya has one of the best tourism infrastructure on offer and caters to the need of all market segments of tourists from budget friendly to rich once. Its forests, grasslands and marine eco system has mammals, birds and marine life which attracts wildlife enthusiasts and nature photographers alike who visit this beautiful country to spot the ‘Big five’ and photograph them in their forest home.

Kenya is a picture-perfect destination for wildlife holiday with family and wildlife photography tours. It offers you a wilderness experience which you will never forget.

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