Kenya Game Reserves
Kenya is World renowned for its National Parks and Game Reserves, with the Masai Mara remaining the Pride of Kenya's wildlife scenario. Kenya offers visitors in the region of 40 national parks and game reserves on offer comprise Laikipia Plateau, Amboseli, Lamu Archipelago, Lake Nakuru, and the amazing Lake Victoria.
Kenya's diversity of habitats, wildlife, birdlife and people is represented in all of the countries protected areas and regions. One will experience this as one travels from area to area, habitats change, the people change as does the wildlife and birdlife sightings, this is what makes Kenya one of the top safari countries in Africa.
Of all the national parks and game reserves in Kenya, it is the annual Wildebeest migration in the Masai Mara (and Serengeti) that is rated as one of the most spectacular natural events on Earth.
Game Reserves In Kenya
Amboseli National ParkElephants roaming across vast grassy plains with the shadow of Mt Kilimanjaro in the background epitomizes the Amboseli National Park with its large population of these wandering giants.
Laikipia PlateauLying on the edge of Northern Frontier, the Laikipia Plateau stretches from the slopes of Mt Kenya to the rim of the Great Rift Valley. The Laikipia region boasts one of the largest elephant populations on the planet.
Maasai Mara National ReserveOpen savannahs provide the staging ground for the annual Wildebeest Great Migration making the Maasai Mara National Reserve one of the natural wonders of the world with the densest population of predators and herbivores.
Lake Naivasha National ParkA freshwater lake, Naivasha (meaning 'rough water') is home to an incredible variety of bird species and there is a full effort to protect the wildlife although the lake suffered a lot in the past by tourism activities.
Lake VictoriaThe largest body of fresh water in Africa, the headwaters of the River Nile. Regarded as one of Africa's finest fishing lakes it is ideal for exploration by boat and is a paradise for birdwatchers.
Lamu ArchipelagoAt the North & Southern ends of the Kenya coastline, idyllic, exclusive 'Robinson Crusoe' style hideaways. A truly isolated experience awaits for those keen of quiet beaches and idyllic snorkelling and diving opportunities.
Meru National ParkThis was the wilderness into which George & Joy Adamson released Elsa the lioness, creating the much-loved film Born Free. The Meru National Park is one of the wildest areas in Kenya offering amazing wildlife.
The Best Tented Safari Camps In KenyaOur list of the top 10 tented camps across Kenya across most budget ranges. We have compiled a list of some amazing accommodation options in Kenya, including Masai Mara, Laikipia Plateau and Amboseli National Park. Home to some of the best wildlife and nature reserves in the world!
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10 Best Lodges in Kenya to Visit in 202210 Best Lodges in Kenya to Visit in 2022, all establishments offer unforgettable experiences and are found in the Masai Mara, Samburu, Meru, Tsavo, Amboseli, and Nairobi. From the famed Masai Mara to the slopes of Mount Kenya, here are ten of the best lodges in Kenya for an unforgettable safari experience.
Kenya safari ambassador tributeIn memoriam Honey; Honey was famous for jumping into vehicles to obtain a better view of her idyllic world - the Masai Mara Game Reserve. This special cheetah was killed on the 17th of February 2007 in full view of her three remaining cubs.
Impressions Of KenyaKenya’s wildlife remains at the heart of its attractions, yet there is much more to discover in this fascinating country outside the game reserves. You can climb the slopes of Mount Kenya to find tropical ice on the Equator, or explore the coral reefs of the Mombasa coast.
Explore The Masai Mara By BalloonIt was one of those rare moments where you take in the majesty of nature in complete silence, disturbing nothing, saying nothing. In Kenya last month, I had the great pleasure of a balloon safari over the Masai Mara organised by the excellent and highly professional Governors Company.
Giraffe Manor ReviewLocated in the southern suburbs of Nairobi is an English manor house. When it was built, the country was unclaimed bush rampant with African wildlife. The home of Karen Blixen is nearby who posthumously lends her name to this suburb, Karen.
Hells Gate KenyaI had visions of being trampled by buffalo, stalked by lions, or, given the extreme humidity and daytime temperatures, falling prey to one of the thousands of vultures who call Hell's Gate National Park their home. But our guide assured me that it would be fun.