Toursafaris A chance to see black rhinos, leopards, buffalos , hyenas, giraffes, zebras and wildbeasts.

Tsavo National Park

Secluded Game Viewing

Kenya’s largest national park, this vast wilderness area, recognized as one of the world's biodiversity hotspots, is divided into Tsavo East and the more scenic Tsavo West National Parks. Tsavo’s main attraction is the large number of diverse wildlife species that can be sighted on scenic game viewing drives. Tsavo West is home to Africa’s Big Five (, leopard, , buffalo and rhino) as well as hippo, zebra, crocodiles and various antelope species. The changing landscapes range from extinct volcanic cones and rocky peaks to swamps and open plains providing habitats for a variety of wildlife. Chyulu Hills, a group of ancient volcanic cinder cones, has populations of elands, giraffes, zebras and wildebeest and offers excellent views of Kilimanjaro. Hippo and crocodile gather at Chyulu Hills and the Mzima Springs, where the wildlife can be viewed from an underwater observation chamber. Tsavo West is known for its large herds and is also a birding haven. White-bellied go-away bird, red-beaked hornbills and bateleur Eagles are commonly sighted. Tsavo East is flatter and drier than the western part of the park, consisting mainly of semi-arid grassland and savannah. One of Kenya’s largest rivers, the Galana River, flows across its dry plains attracting much of the park’s wildlife, including numerous hippos and crocodiles. Kudus, waterbucks and dik-diks are also commonly found along the banks of the river and Tsavo East is also home to endangered hirola antelopes and black rhinos.

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Amboseli National Park

Kilimanjaro Scenery

Amboseli covers only 392 sq km’s in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya, yet this small park is a surprisingly rewarding game viewing destination being home to an abundance of wildlife. Amboseli Park is Kenya’s second most popular national park after the Masai Mara. Amboseli’s main attractions are the stunning views of Mt. Kilimanjaro lying on its southern boundary, encounters with the Masaai people and the chance to get up close to free-roaming s. The park offers excellent photographic opportunities, especially for capturing s up close with the spectacular backdrop of Kilimanjaro, the highest freestanding mountain in the world. The park is home to , , cheetah, wildebeest, buffalo and zebra. Jackal, hyena, warthogs, and the Maasai giraffe are also found in Amboseli. Amboseli consists mainly of grassland savannah and lush swamps created by water from melted snow on Kilimanjaro that drains down beneath lava flows to surface amidst the dusty plains below.

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Masai Mara

Witness the Great Migration

One of Africa’s premier game reserves, the Masai Mara is best known for massive annual migration of hundreds of thousands of zebra, eland and gazelle, and mils of wildebeest. The Masai Mara is also famous for its exceptional Big Cat population and stunning open savannah scenery. This vast game reserve in the southwest of Kenya forms a continuation of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park with the wildlife spectacle of the Great Migration moving between the two wilderness areas. Witnessing this awesome migration, which takes place around July to September and October, is a once in a lifetime experience and must see in Kenya. An excellent way to view the open grasslands and wildlife, especially during the migration, is by hot air balloon. Booking in advance is strongly recommended, as Mara safaris and balloon trips are very popular.

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Amboseli National Park

Kilimanjaro Scenery

Amboseli covers only 392 sq km’s in the Rift Valley Province of Kenya, yet this small park is a surprisingly rewarding game viewing destination being home to an abundance of wildlife. Amboseli Park is Kenya’s second most popular national park after the Masai Mara. Amboseli’s main attractions are the stunning views of Mt. Kilimanjaro lying on its southern boundary, encounters with the Masaai people and the chance to get up close to free-roaming s. The park offers excellent photographic opportunities, especially for capturing s up close with the spectacular backdrop of Kilimanjaro, the highest freestanding mountain in the world. The park is home to , , cheetah, wildebeest, buffalo and zebra. Jackal, hyena, warthogs, and the Maasai giraffe are also found in Amboseli. Amboseli consists mainly of grassland savannah and lush swamps created by water from melted snow on Kilimanjaro that drains down beneath lava flows to surface amidst the dusty plains below.

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Mount Kenya

Hike to the Peak

Located in the Central Highlands, Mount Kenya is one of the most popular destinations in Kenya, drawing hikers from across the world. Different types of forest vegetation grow on its lower slopes and many of the plant species found on Mount Kenya are endemic to the mountain. The views from the summit of this peak, Africa’s second highest, are breathtaking and Mount Kilimanjaro can be seen from the top on clear days. Snow-capped Mount Kenya, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, lies only 16 km’s south of the Equator. The Mount Kenya Hike with African Budget Safaris is a 5-day hiking trek to the summit of Point Lenana, one of the highest peaks of Mount Kenya.

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