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The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a 90,000 acre wildlife conservancy situated between the foot hills of the Aberdares and Mount Kenya.
The conservancy has an extensive variety of animals including the big five as well as a chimpanzee sanctuary.
Fauna and Flora International Conservancy

Although Shaba is greener than Samburu, game species such as giraffes and zebras are less common. There are many klipspringer and hyrax in the hills. Aardvarks, warthogs and bat-eared foxes make their homes in domed termite mounds in the shrubland.

The park was formed around Mt.Longonot, a young dormant volcano. This was during the formation of Great Rift Valley. The longonot is derived from a Maasai world Oloonong’ot meaning mountains of many spurs or steep ridges.

Nairobi safari walk offers the closest you can get to the wild. Imagine a fresh variety, in their natural environment viewed from a rooftop level….quite breathtaking! This is a walk transformed. Safari walk also brings most of Kenya to you.

Tsavo west is more famous of the two Tsavos. It lies to the west of the Nairobi-Mombasa road, Equidistant between Nairobi and Mombasa. It is painted on a sprawling canvas of endless skies , emerald hills, liquid lava flows, palm fringed rivers, teeming wildlife and sparkling oasis.

The joint mass of Tsavo West and Tsavo East National Parks forms one of the largest National Parks in the world that covers a massive of 4% of Kenya’s total land area. Tsavo East that lies to the East of Nairobi Mombasa road is the larger of the two.

Enjoy a complete wilderness at Meru. It offers brilliantly painted on a magnificent scale, luxuriant jungle, coursing rivers, verdant swamp, khaki grasslands, gaunt termite cathedrals and an ever-evolving dance between clouds and sky.

Come and touch the sky in this park. In 1997 Mt. Kenya was inscribed as a world heritage site by UNESCO. Thus,one of the most impressive landscapes in E.Africa with its rugged glacier-clad summits, Afro-alpine moorlands and diverse forests that illustrate outstanding ecological process. It is an international Biosphere Reserve.

Samburu is situated alongside the Ewaso Nyiro River. Nevertheless, it is one of the lesser-known National reserves. It lies within Arid and Semiarid ecological zone. Thus, the days are extremely hot while the nights are cool.

The bird watchers paradise is Lake Nakuru. It has millions of fuchsia-pink flamingo that flock to feed on the teeming algae of its alkaline waters. Moreover, it’s an ornithologist’s paradise, a rewarding game-viewing venue and a sanctuary for both black and white rhino.

Aberdare is encircled by the wild and beautiful moorlands. Its atmosphere offers realm where elephants roam through lichen –hung forests, spectacular waterfalls plunge into churning pools. It’s a haven for anglers, walkers and lovers of solitude alike.

Despite its alarming title, Hell’s gate provides a truly panoramic picnic spot. Thus, it provides the ideal venue for a day trip from Nairobi. It’s cleft deep into the floor of the Rift valley providing bio-diversity. It allows walking or cycling without an official KWS escort.

Amboseli is famous for its big game and its great scenic beauty, hence making it a popular tourist attraction. It lies North West of Kilimanjaro, on the border with Tanzania. It was established in the year 1968. During dry season there is a large concentration of wildlife.

Masai Mara is known as one of Africa’s Greatest Wildlife Reserves, situated in southwest Kenya and is part of the Nothern section of the Serengeti National Park. Famous for its abundance of the big cats,Lion, cheetah,Leopard and the Great Wildbeast Migration and the Maasai people, well known for their distinctive custom and dress.