Amboseli National Park

One of the most popular Safari destinations in East Africa, Amboseli National Park is located in southern Kenya in Kajiado County, bordering Tanzania. 'Amboseli' is a Maasai word meaning 'salty dust', somewhat appropriate as the park is known for being dusty in the drier months. Officially gazetted as a National Park in Kenya early 1974 and subsequently declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1991, the national park measures 392 square kilometers, though it does form a part of a vast 8000 square kilometer wildlife conservation ecosystem that stretches across the border into Tanzania. Amboseli National Park is a leading wildlife conservation haven for a diverse species of wild animals but is especially known for its prolific African Elephant population. The park is also home to predators including the Big Cats such as Lion, Leopard and Cheetah as well as Wild dogs, Giraffe, Zebra, Buffalo, Wildebeest, Crocodile and Hippo, not to mention a rich and abundant collection of over 600 species of birds.

Amboseli benefits from having five different nature habitats ranging from grassy Savannah and woodlands to marshy wetlands with sulphur springs and the dry bed of Lake Amboseli. Amboseli National Park is considered among the best wildlife parks in Kenya and also in Africa and this website,, offers essential travel information to guide travelers in planning their trip or for booking a Safari to Amboseli. Tourists typically have several questions while planning their visit, such as the best time to visit and where to stay in the park and the best activities to book whilst here. Do contact us and we will be pleased to offer relevant information through this website.

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things to do in amboseli

Amboseli offers a number of unique and exciting activities and one of the more thrilling of these is the Safari game viewing and bird watching - the geography and climate of Amboseli allows for quality wildlife viewing all round the year. Another popular experience is a Maasai cultural village visit, allowing visitors a fascinating glimpse into the unique way of life of the famous warrior and nomadic Maasai tribe found in Kenya and other parts of East Africa. In addition, one can book Nature walks, Hot Air Balloon Safaris, Bush meals and Sundowners as some of the other popular activities available to enjoy in Amboseli.


Animals in amboseli

The park offers a highly diverse collection of wildlife with an abundance of some of the 'Big Five' animals such as Lion and Elephant and is infact home to the Amboseli Elephant Research project, an internationally supported wildlife study project that has shed much light on the behaviour of Elephants in the wild. Birdlife is abundant with over 600 species recorded by bird watchers.