About Kenya Safari Wildlife Parks

Kenya is a country rich in wildlife, culture, history, beauty and friendly, welcoming people. Kenya is geographically diverse, from snow-capped mountain peaks to extensive forests to wide-open plains.

Key geographical attractions include the Great Rift Valley, which features extinct volcanoes and hot springs, and Kenya’s coastline, complete with reefs and magnificent beaches. Combine all this with a well-developed tourist infrastructure of hotels, lodges, campsites and a variety of activities, and its no wonder Kenya is a popular tourist destination attracting millions of visitors each year.

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Facts About Kenya

Number of National Parks: 24

Birds: 1070 Species

Climate: 2 Rainy Seasons

Population: 40 Millions

Ethnic Groups: 42

Area Coverage: 582,642 SqKm

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Most Common Attractions In Kenya
  • Maasai Mara National Park
  • Amboseli National Reserve
  • Tsavo National Park
  • Samburu, Buffalo Springs
  • Lamu
  • Lake Naivasha
  • Nairobi
  • Mombasa
  • Malindi
  • Mount Kenya National Park
  • Hell’s Gate National Park