Amboseli National Park, located in Loitoktok county is situated about 220km (137 miles) from Nairobi and is within easy reach of the main tarmacked Namanga-Arusha Road. Located at the foot of the ice-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, Amboseli National Park is a popular destination receiving approximately, 121,000 visitors annually. The streams rising on Mount Kilimanjaro pass through the rocks and find their way to the center of Amboseli to create various swamps that support a diversity of wildlife and birdlife. Although Amboseli is a small park as compared to other African parks, occupying on 392km2 (151 sq miles), the central swamps attract a number of wildlife including buffalo and elephant. Away from the swamps in the drier areas, Amboseli also hosts other wildlife including rhino, Grant and Thompson’s gazelle, lion, cheetah, leopard and eland. The park is home to birdlife and birdwatchers can expect to see both white-and pink-backed pelicans, kingfishers, bee-eaters and many others. There is an observation hill in the park, where visitors have a sweeping view of the entire park, and visitors should not miss the spectacular view.
Please note that we can combine Amboseli National Park and Tsavo National Park trip, on request.
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