Home to huge herds of Elephants, the magnificent snowcapped Mt Kilimanjaro and other wildlife like Zebras, Giraffe, Impala Lion etc….
LODGES / CAMPS FOUND HERE:- KIBO SAFARI CAMP, OL TUKAI LODGE, TORTILIS CAMP, TAWI LODGE AMBOSELI, AMBOSELI SERENA LODGE AMBOSELI SOPA LODGE AMBOSELI SENTRIM ETC…
This is the most popular safari destination in Kenya, home to the Big Five which include Lion Leopard, Elephant, Rhino and Buffalo together with other wildlife like the wilderbeest and Zebras it plays host to the Annual wilderbeest migration between July to October this is a must visit.
LODGES / CAMPS FOUND HERE:- KEEKOROK LODGE, MARA SERENA LODGE, OLONANA TENTED CAMP, KICHWA TEMBO, BATELEUR, MAIN GOVERNORS CAMP, LITTLE GOVERNORS CAMP, ASHNIL MARA, TIPILIKWANI MARA, MARA SAROVA CAMP, OL SEKI HEMINGWAYS, OLARE MARA KEMPINSKI, MARA SIMBA, MARA INTREPIDS THE
The main lakes of Kenya’s Great Rift Valley include Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha, Lake Magadi and Lake Victoria. The area is a birdwatcher’s paradise with clouds of brilliant pink flamingos and a plethora of other bird species. Lake Nakuru National Park is a fenced area, which provides a sanctuary to one of the largest populations of rhinos in Kenya, as well as Rothschild’s giraffes, leopards and lions. The alkaline lake often attracts flamingos, pelicans, cormorants and terns. Over 240 species of birds have been recorded in and around the freshwater lake of Lake Naivasha. The best time for bird watching is from October to March when the migrant birds from Europe inhabit the area.
Lodges / Camps found here:- In Nakuru – Flamingo hill camp, Sarova lion hill lodge, Lake Nakuru Sopa, Mbweha safari camp and Lake Nakuru lodge In Naivasha – Chui lodge, Kiangazi lodge, Lake Naivasha sopa, Lake Naivasha simba Lake Naivasha sawela lodge, Lake Naivasha country club, Enashipai resort and spa, Great Rift Valley lodge. In Bogoria – Lake Bogoria spa resort
Samburu National Park is one of the lesser-known parks, but is nevertheless teeming with wildlife. It’s unusual in that the landscape is a mixture of dry desert, and lush forests and savannahs where the Ewaso Nyiro River carves its way through the region. The pockets of lush savannahs are the perfect place for game viewing, where there is no shortage of sightings of the big 3 cats – lions, cheetahs and leopards. Meru National Park was made famous by the conservationists George and Joy Adamson, and the film based on their book, ‘Born Free’. The park is extremely scenic, with many rivers that support the wildlife. Shaba is an exceptionally picturesque national park that was made famous by the late Joy Adamson and her lioness Elsa. The area is home to a whole host of animals including rare species such as Grevy’s zebra, Beisa oryx and the gerenuk.
Lodges / Camps found here :- Samburu lodge, Larsens, Elephant bedroom camp, Samburu Intrepids, Ashnil Samburu camp etc…. Elsa Kopje in Meru.