Sibiloi National Park

The park lies in northern Kenya, on the northeastern shores of Lake Turkana. It covers 1570sqkms, and was established in 1973, by the Kenyan government to protect wildlife and paleontological sites there. The park was named after Mount Sibiloi which is in view after Alia Bay on the South perimeter. The park is commonly known [...]

2020-03-05T15:11:15+03:00

Saiwa Swamp National Park

The park is located in the Great Rift Valley, Kenya, closet to Kitale town. It’s the smallest park in the country covering only 3sqkms. It was established in 1974, to protect wildlife and in particular to be a habitat of the sitatunga antelope family. However there more wildlife, bird species, reptiles, amphibians, swamp, and forest [...]

2020-03-05T13:36:25+03:00

Nairobi National Park

The park lies in the Southern part of the Country’s capital city. It was the first park to be established in the country covering at least 117sqkm. The park is a stop area for visitors in Nairobi. It is small compared to other parks in the country, but it has an original landscape of Kenya, [...]

2020-03-05T12:13:43+03:00

Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park

The park was established in 1967, to protect wildlife, birds and physical features surrounding it. It covers over 20sqkms, and part of its land is covered by the breath taking Ol Donyo Sabuk Mountain, which is part of the highlight in the park. The park takes its name after this mountain. In Masai Language the [...]

2020-03-04T15:46:31+03:00

Mountain Longonot National Park

The park lies in the Northwest of Nairobi City, in the Great Rift Valley, close to Naivasha Town. The park is remarkable for the Longonot Mountain in the area, a crater lake, forest, lakes, wildlife and birds. It was established and conserved to protect the mountain physical features. The park is a wonderful place to [...]

2020-03-04T15:24:27+03:00