The best national parks and reserves in Kenya to visit on a safari

National Reserves

Camping in Kenya is a dream adventure for many travel enthusiasts worldwide. Luxury safari camps allow travelers to explore so many Game Reserves in Kenya from close range in a comfortable setting. No matter your budget or age, camping in luxury will enable you to experience all the wilderness of Kenya & its Game Reserves. There is no doubt that Kenya is synonymous with fantastic wildlife & camping safaris. But there’s nothing more incredible than experiencing all the wilderness of Kenya & its Game Reserves from a luxury camp.

Explore the Maasai Mara:

The Maasai Mara National Reserves is a national park in Kenya to the country’s southwest. It’s well-known for its wildlife, wildebeest migration and welcoming people. This region’s tall and friendly residents dress in bright colors and are the ideal trackers. They’re completely attuned to their surroundings. Then, of course, you can ride a horse and view the Big 5 (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhino). Vultures and other species are among the many to be discovered. The Great Migration is an impressive sight from a horse’s back. Every year from July through October, almost 2 million wildebeest, zebra, and Thomson’s gazelle migrate from the Serengeti to the Mara grasslands.

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A trip to Tsavo:

Tsavo National Park, located halfway between Nairobi and Mombasa, is a must-see for anyone looking for an exciting camping safari in Kenya. The park was divided into two sections for management purposes: Tsavo West and Tsavo East. There are just two rivers in this park, but the underground springs at Mzima provide a beautiful sanctuary for hippos, elephants, crocodiles, and plenty of other animals. Tsavo is home to creatures such as eland, hippos, lions, leopards, giraffes, hartebeests, dik-diks, zebras and cheetahs, among others.

A journey to Amboseli National Park:

Amboseli National Reserves in Kenya, the second-most famous animal park after Maasai Mara, is 260 km from Nairobi, on the border with the adjacent country of Tanzania. The park’s large herds of free-ranging African elephants roam around here. There are more than 900 African elephants found in Amboseli. It is also where you can find several other animals encompassing giraffes, African lions, monkeys, zebras, hyenas and antelope. In addition, if you keep your eyes open and stop at every sighting, you can see various big and small Kenyan birds.

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Conclusion:

You’ve been on many vacations in the past, but nothing compares to a deluxe-tented safari in Kenya. Exploring Kenya’s true wilderness on horseback is an unforgettable experience. So come & join Drunken Elephant Mara and let them help you explore the National Reserves and Game Reserves in Kenya! The magnificent landscapes here are good enough to leave you with an awe-inspiring memory.

Author bio:

This article is written by Drunken Elephant Mara, a premier safari operator that offers specialized camping safaris for the ultimate adventure seekers.