Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park

Overview

Amboseli National Park lies in the southern part of Kenya's Rift Valley with an amazing view of Tanzania's Mount Kilimanjaro. It is known for its big game where you can see four of the Big Five (black rhino is absent in the park). Amboseli National Park is approximately 400 km² in size, and is the second most common destination in Kenya, after the Masai Mara.

The Park is famous for its elephant masses, where herds of up to 100 can be found drinking at one of the springs that gets its underground water supply from Kilimanjaro’s ice cap. The bull elephants have incredibly long tusks and are, unquestionably, the greatest tusks to be seen throughout Africa. Sharing their space with the elephants are buffalo, wildebeest, giraffe, zebra, impala and warthog. Alongside them, are lions, leopards, cheetah, jackal, hyena and serval cat, who are always on the lookout for vulnerable prey. The birdlife is also incredible.

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Amboseli National Park

Getting There

Amboseli National Park is accessible via roadways and airways.

Roadways: You can drive to the park from Nairobi

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Highlights

Kenya attracts plenty of repeat visitors. The main reason for this is the unpredictability of its game reserves (no two days on safari are ever alike) and its immense variety of safari

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Uniqueness

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Amboseli National Park

When To Go

Amboseli National Park is open for visitors persevering as the year advanced. It is prescribed to go in the dry months, which are from June to October and January to February. The

Amboseli National Park

What To See (Wildlife)

Amboseli is known for its big game. You can eyewitness four of Big Five, Black rhino is absent in the park. The park is eminent for its the free-wandering elephants. You can in like manner

Amboseli National Park

Activities / What To Do

At the Amboseli National Park you can do a lot of activities. Listed below are some of them:

  • Game Drives
  • Night game drives
  • Nature Walk
  • Kilimanjaro Viewing
Amboseli National Park

Weather & Climate

In general, the warmest period in Kenya is from February to March, while the coolest is from July to August, although the seasonal variations in temperature are small. Both temperature

Amboseli National Park

Health & Safety

Health in Kenya. ...

The leading cause of mortality in kenya in the year 2016 included diarrhoea diseases 18.5%, HIV/AIDs 15.56%,lower respiratory infections 8.62%, tuberculosis 3.69%, ischemic heart disease

Amboseli National Park

Travel Tips

Health in Kenya. ... The leading cause of mortality in kenya in the year 2016 included diarrhoea diseases 18.5%, HIV/AIDs 15.56%, lower respiratory infections 8.62%, tuberculosis 3.69%,

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Currency

The Kenyan Shillings is the currency in Kenya and is currently valued at 100:1 with the US Dollar. USD newer than 2006 is widely accepted at many establishments around the country.

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Foods & Guides

Kenya might not be a big name on the global culinary map but it certainly has its fair share of dishes worth trying. The main staple in the Kenyan diet is ugali, a grainy paste made

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