Mombasa Marine Park

In 1986, the Kenyan government established the Mombasa Marine Park with the aim of protecting both the corals and the seabed off the coast of Mombasa. The result is a wonderful marine park characterized by warm waters (25 to 31°C), including a long, beautiful tourist beach and the nearby city of Mombasa as well. They [...]
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Mount Elgon National Park of Kenya

One National Park, the same name, but two different states and stories. Mount Elgon National Park is shared by both Uganda and Kenya, but it had become a protected area in Uganda first, back in 1937. As for the Kenyan side of the region, it was the pastoral territory of local tribes. It was then [...]
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Mount Kenya National Park

This is the mountain that gives the name to a nation. This is the king of Kenya itself. Mount Kenya, a place to remember, a place to protect. But it took almost one century to decide to do that. It was thanks to the United Nations Heritage Funds that, in 1978, this wild region beame [...]
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Mount Longonot National Park

Mount Longonot is one of the many extinct volcanoes in Kenya. It is a very old stratovolcano mountain, rising in the Great Rift Valley  - south of lake Naivasha. It overlooks huge plains and the whole territory is protected by the omonimous protected reserve, Mount Longonot National Park. It is not one of the most [...]
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Meru National Park

In the heart of Kenya, there is Meru. The National Park established in 1966 is today one of the most famous in the world, and certainly the most appreciated by tourists, after Maasai Mara. In Meru National Park you will find every single animal symbol of Africa, it is a paradise for wildlife, a small [...]
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