Tsavo West National Park-Bird viewing paradise.

Tsavo West National park is one of Kenya’s premier bird-watching sites. The mosaic of woodlands, bush and acacia-dotted plains forms a vast tapestry of habitats for a wide range of noisy colorful birds. The park is significant wintering ground for palaearctic and Eurasian migrant species. A focal point of the incredible journeys these birds undertake read more »

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Kenya The Dream Destination.

Kenya is a beautiful country shaped on the map like a harp, bounded on three sides by Ethiopia, Sudan, Somalia, Uganda and Tanzania with the forth side abutting the Indian Ocean. Straddling the equator, its size of 582644 sq.km has fantastic game parks and wonderful natural wildlife spectacles making Kenya the Magic land. It is read more »

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The Kilimanjaro Giraffe.

          The Kilimanjaro giraffe is also known as the Masai giraffe, it is the largest subspecies of giraffe and the tallest land animal. Masai giraffe is found in Kenya and Tanzania as they are inhabitants of savanna land. They are easily  identified by the jagged spots on there body and a read more »

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African Red-billed Hornbill

            The Red-billed Horn bill are a group of horn-bills found in savanna and woodland areas therefore many of them can be spotted in Tsavo west National Park during a game drive.This group pf birds are very conspicuous they have whitish underparts and head, long tails and a long and read more »

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Tsavo West National Park Home to the Black Rhinoceros.

Tsavo west National Park, home to the Black Rhinoceros. Tsavo west national park is a diverse mosaic of rocky outcrops, tangled bush and hot, parched plains. The variety of habitats shelters an array of mammal species. Tsavo’s vast reaches shelter some of the largest populations of wildlife in Kenya. These include the largest concentration of read more »

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Birds of Tsavo.

The tangled bush and shimmering plains of Tsavo East National Park are home to a stunning array of birds. Both resident and migrant species make up the avifauna. The park falls within the vast Somali-Maasai biome, which includes a number of endemic varieties. The parks huge area, covering, 1,175,000 hectares, is a significant wintering ground read more »

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Amboseli (Land of Giants)

Amboseli National park is a wide land of dry plains renowned for large herds of Elephant populations also in it the greatest giant to view is Mt Kilimanjaro the highest free standing mountain in the world, Africa’s largest mountain whose snow caped peak is best viewed at Amboseli. The 400 sq Km park is also read more »

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Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park is located 165 Km North West of Nairobi (Kenya’s Capita City) and South of Nakuru Town. It is named after Lake Nakuru which is within its ecosystem. Lake Nakuru is a soda Lake at an elevation of 1754m above sea level in the Great Rift Valley. The park encompasses mountainous vicinity, read more »

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Diani dream destination.

The coastal stretch of Diani, 20 miles south of Mombasa, is a world renowned tourist resort. There are more than 20 hotels along a 5 mile stretch of coastline and more being built; more than 20 restaurants offering every kind of cuisine; home-from-home cottage complexes; several night clubs ; a golf course; hospitals and several read more »

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Elephants in Eden (Tsavo East National Park)

Tsavo East National Park is the oldest and largest national park in Kenya and one of the largest in the world. At approximately 13,747 square kilometers the park is situated in a semi-arid area previously known as the Taru desert its sheer size means Tsavo contains an extensive variety of wildlife ensuring fabulous viewing opportunities read more »

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