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Masai Mara

Why go on a Masai Mara Safari? Simply put, it is the best destination in Kenya for viewing wildlife - and lots of it! The Masai Mara is home to a great wildlife spectacle, as sometime between August and November more than two million wildebeest migrate from the Serengeti in search of water and grazing.
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Amboseli National Park is one of Kenya’s most popular parks because of the stunning view it displays of nearby Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s tallest freestanding mountain. When you go on your Amboseli Safari, be sure to get the famous photograph of elephants with the unforgettable views of Kilimanjaro in the background!
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Tsavo is Kenya's largest safari destination and one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in the world! At 10 million square acres it is bigger than the island of Jamaica.

Following recent volcanic activity, Tsavo West National Park is covered in volcanic cones, rock outcrops and lava flows, the most spectacular being Shaitani, near Kaliguni Safari Lodge.

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The first thing you'll notice on your Samburu Safari is that it is worlds apart from the other parks in Kenya. It is a hot and arid area characterised by a parched landscape of hills and plains.

Good news for the safari enthusiast is that the refreshing waters of the Ewaso Ngiro River run through Samburu and attract plenty of wildlife - including elephant, lion, giraffe and zebra. Leopards are also regularly spotted.

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Great Rift Valley

If you are planning to partake in a Great Rift Valley safari in Kenya, chances are you'll be visiting Lake Naivasha or Lake Nakuru. Lake Nakuru is a saltwater lake and together with its neighbouring park is famous for attracting large flocks of flamingos. The sight of thousands of bright pink birds as they collect against the soda crusted shoreline is striking.
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Kakamega Forest Reserve covers an area of about 240 km2 and was established to protect the only tropical rainforest in Kenya, a remnant and eastern limit of rainforests of Zaire and West Africa. As a remnant of previously large forest, Kakamega is a refuge of many endemic species of animals and plants.

The second largest fresh water lake in the world, Lake Victoria geographically dominates the area with its 70,000 sq km surface.
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Mount Kenya

Experience a Mount Kenya safari and discover Africa 's second highest mountain. With a summit covered in snow and ice it's difficult to imagine that it's situated astride the equator!

Mount Kenya also has a fair splattering of wildlife, particularly on the lower slopes of the mountain. You can expect to see elephant, rhino, buffalo leopard, bushbuck, several species of duiker, giant forest hog, and Columbus and Sykes monkeys.

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