Amboseli National Park is Mt. Kilimanjaro’s royal court and home to Leopard, cheetah, wild dog, buffalo, rhino elephant, giraffe and many more. Amboseli National park offers an exhilarating game watching experience against the stunning backdrop of Mt. Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa and world’s highest free standing mountain capped by snow capped peaks. Amboseli is one of Kenya’s best places in which to view and photograph elephant with the panoramic mountain horizon in the background. Amboseli National Park houses Kenya’s largest Elephants population in the open savannah plains teeming with other roaming wild game.
In the Amboseli is a place of creating lifelong memories as you observe – and participate in contemporary Maasai culture and indigenous lifestyle. The Maasai ethnic group here is one of the few to have maintained their traditional cultural practices.
Chyulu Hill National Park is Hemingway’s green hills of Africa fame and host many wild game including bush bucks, Leopard, cheetah, wild dog, buffalo, elephant, eland, gecko and tortoise
Much of this region is savannah grasslands, but rocky out crops and ridges punctuate the magnificent landscape. Palms and even mountain vegetation can be found at the Chyulu Hills. With it’s commanding view over open African savannah, Chyulu is great vantage point that also provides an opportunity to see Lava Flows and ash cones.
With the Park, close to the Tanzanian border, is the beautiful Lake Jipe, fed by the run-off from Mt. Kilimanjaro. In the north is the Mzima Springs, where water gushes from the Chyulu Hills into a series of crystal- clear pools.
Amboseli National Park
Amboseli a photographer's paradise lies northwest of Mt. Kilimanjaro, on the Kenya border with Tanzania and is amazingly very rich in both flora and fauna. Amboseli is one of Kenya’s most popular parks, mainly due to the magnificent backdrop of Africa's highest snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro which dominates the sweeping game dotted plains of the Amboseli Park.
Chyulu Hills National Park
One of Kenyan’s most photogenic hills are the Chyulu Hills- an areas of rolling open plains interrupted by the hills which runs for miles in a series of whale-backed s summits ,experience breathtaking views from the top. Chyulu is a magical terrain of ragged craters, rolling African savannah grassland, exotic aromatic plants and cedar forests.