Aberdare National Park is dominated by steep forest and open moorland. It provides home to various animals such as elephants, Black rhinos, leopards, hyenas Olive baboons black and white colobus monkeys, buffalos, warthogs and bushbucks among others.
Amboseli National Park is one of the most renowned wildlife parks in Kenya. The name Amboseli comes from a Maasai word that means salty dust. The Park is dominated by the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro and it’s famous for its breathtaking landscapes.
Borana Ranch is situated at the foot of Mount Kenya thus having a great view of the ice-capped peaks of the mountain.
This is a wildlife conservation organization with efforts to rescue and rehabilitate orphaned elephant and rhinos.
It is located around 20km from Nairobi and was established with an aim of protecting vulnerable giraffes.
It is a bungalow style house located in Nairobi at the foot of Ngong hills. It was once the home of the Danish author Karen Blixen.
Lake Baringo is one of the two fresh water lakes in Kenya within the remote hot and dusty area of the great rift valley and it is known to have no visible outlet.
Lake Elementaita is an alkaline lake located in the Great rift valley between Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha.
Lake Naivasha is a fresh water lake located in the eastern arm of the great rift valley of Kenya.
Lake Nakuru national reserve is located on the floor of the Great Rift Valley.
The Conservancy is home to a wide variety of wildlife and is known for its efforts in protecting endangered species including the rare and endangered black rhinos, grevy’s zebra and sitatungas.
Mara North Conservancy is a private wildlife conservation area adjacent to the Maasai Mara National Reserve.
Masai Mara National Reserve is a renowned wildlife conservation and wilderness area.
It is home to elephants and other large mammals, and was one of the last places in northern Kenya to have wild black rhinos.
The conservancy features diverse landscape including grassy plains, wooded areas and wildlife.
The Nairobi Museum is anchored on notable culture, history, arts and nature.
A short drive out of Nairobi’s central business district is the Nairobi National Park.
Ol Kinyei conservancy is home to a range of wildlife from gazelles to buffaloes, leopards, lions, hippos, topis and impalas.
Ol Pejeta game sanctuary is home to two of the worlds last remaining northern white rhinos as well as the black rhinos.
Olare Mutorogi conservancy is dominated by grasslands, hills escarpment and the mutorogi plains.
It is Africa’s first community-based elephant orphanage and wildlife conservancy located in northern Kenya.
Samburu National Reserve is renowned for a rare and unique phenomenon where a lonely lioness “Kamunyak” adopted 5 Oryx calves.
Segera Conservancy is a pristine wildlife conservation area located between the great rift valley and Mt. Kenya.
Siana conservancy extends the protection and conservation efforts of the Maasai mara.
Solio conservancy is the world’s first private rhino conservancy located in central Kenya between Mount Kenya and the Aberdare mountains.
Taita hills are part of the eastern mountain ranges consisting of three massifs: Dawida sagalla and Kasigau.
Naboisho conservancy has quite a big number of the big cats with roughly 100 lions in the conservancy.
Tsavo East National Park forms Kenya’s largest protected area as well as one of the oldest Parks.