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Situated in the southwest of Kenya, covering an area of 1,510 square km (583 square miles), the Masai Mara National Reserve is a land of breathtaking vistas, abundant wildlife and endless plains.The quintessential Masai Mara safari delivers many attractions, as the reserve is home to an excellent year-round concentration of game, including the more than two million wildebeest, zebras and other antelopes that make up the famous Great Migration.Read more: Home
Sprawling on the edge of Northern Kenya Frontier, stretching from the slopes of Mount Kenya to the rim of the Great Rift Valley, is the Laikipia Plateau. A natural haven made up of ranches and conservancies, over time conservationists have made an effort to create a place for communities and wildlife to exist hand in hand to maintain and protect biodiversity in the region.
Located about a four-hour drive (240 km or 150 miles) southeast of Nairobi, Amboseli National Park is well known for its herds of big tusked elephants.A scenic park in its own right, Amboseli is synonymous with two particular things – majestic herds of elephant and glorious views of Mount Kilimanjaro in neighbouring Tanzania.Amboseli is Kenya’s second most popular national park after the Masai Mara National Reserve, and was declared a UNESCO-Mab Biosphere Reserve in 1991.
A stark contrast to some of the more verdant reserves in Kenya, the arid landscape of Samburu National Park brings a beauty of its own to any East African safari. It is here travellers are able to experience the deeply rich culture of the Samburu and get the opportunity to view rare endemic species such as the Grevy’s zebra, gerenuk, beisa oryx and reticulated giraffe.