No other continent like Africa concentrates a number of animal species able to strike the imagination of travelers: lions, cheetahs, elephants, rhinos, hippos, buffalo, gazelles, zebras and giraffes are just some of the creatures that inhabit this land of indescribable beauty.
Located Northwest of Mount Kilimanjaro, bordering Tanzania, the Amboseli National Park covers an area of 392 square km and includes five different habitats: the highlands, the acacia forests, bush, swamps and marshes.
In Amboseli National Park the safari experience is truly unforgettable thanks to the unique sight offered by the Kilimanjaro, the highest peak of the African continent: it is one of the best places in Africa to see animals.
The park is largely occupied by the surface of the lake where, during peak season, more than a million flamingos and pelicans come to drink.
The park also hosts the largest Rhino population and you’ll also see gazelles, leopards, hippos, impalas, hyenas.
Tsavo National Park extends for over 13,000 square km and is the largest national park of Kenya, as well as one of the most valuable natural reserves in the world.
Tsavo East is easily accessible from the coast and is certainly the most appreciated by tourists.
The landscape is predominantly flat and presents the typical characteristics of the African savannah with grassy vegetation and shrubs.
In the Park visitors can admire the Yatta plateau, with its 200 km in length, which constitutes the largest lava surface in the world, and the river Galana, which, besides being the source of life for many animals, forms a system of rapids called Lugard Falls.
Tsavo West is located at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro and has a variety of landscapes. The park is populated by over 600 species of birds.
Located in the South-western part of Kenya, Masai Mara Reserve covers 1,500 square km and is named after the Mara River and the famous Masai population.
The park is one of the most popular destinations in Kenya: every year more than a million and a half of animals migrate in the reserve in July and remains there until November.
The reserve is home to all the Big Five (lion, leopard, buffalo, elephants, rhinos), over 95 species of mammals, amphibians, reptiles and over 400 species of birds.