Tsavo west National Park
Covers approximately 30 % of Kenya’s park area and contains a diversity of habitats, wildlife and a mountainous scenic landscape. wildlife includes leopard, cheetah, wild dogs, lion, elephants, giraffe, zebra, crocodiles, Plains game, mongoose, hyrax,, dikdik, lesser kudu and porcupine. Prolific birdlife features 600 recorded species.
Tsavo East National Park
The Park is renowned for its large numbers of Elephants and the famous Man Eating Lions (during the building of the Kenya/Uganda Railway in 1890
Amboseli National Park
The National Park embodies five main wildlife habitats (open plains, acacia woodland, rocky thorn bush country, swamps and marshland).Attractions are Mount Kilimanjaro observation hill which allows an overall view of the whole park especially the swamps and the elephants, other animals and birds can be seen as well.
Aberdare National park
The Aberdares is an isolated volcanic range that forms the eastern wall of the rift valley, the park is home to most of the larger mammals, having a large population of black rhino, it has endangered species including the rare bongo, giant forest hog, packs of the now rare wild dogs and endemic mole-rate and mole shrew.
Samburu National Reserve
The reserve is rich in wildlife and abundance of rare northern specialist species such as the Grevy’s Zebra, Somali Ostrich, reticulated giraffe, Gerenuk and the Beisa Oryx. it is also popular with elephants and large predators. Birdlife is abundant with over 450 species recorded.
The lake Nakuru National park
One of the 8 Rift Valley lakes lies in this volcano-strewn Valley, which stretches through the length of Kenya from Tanzania and Ethiopia. The Park which is 188 square kilometres is an abode of various water birds that breed in the lake’s salty water including flamingos, white pelicans and marabou stork; white rhino may be seen as well as the rare Rothschild’s giraffe, Cape buffalo and other plains game.
Masai Mara National Park
This will be a day of tracking game with your guide and is the climax of game viewing. The Mara’s landscape is scenic Savannah grassland on rolling hills, which enables the Reserve to attract sufficient rainfall to maintain and support a large population of herbivores, together with the predators that follow. Elephant, lion and buffalo can be seen with relative ease though luck is a necessary factor for spotting rhino and leopard that completes the big five as the two animals are very timid and sparsely numbered. Plains game like wildebeest, zebra and Masai giraffe abound as well as hippos and a wide variety of antelopes including impala, dik dik, hartebeest and both the Grant’s and Thompson’s gazelles among others.