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Safari

Die The flora and fauna of Kenya is unique and alternately. A safari is a must anyway if you should be the first time in Kenya. About 10% of Kenya's land is under protection, including certain coastal areas, known as marine parks.

Amboseli Nationalpark

The Amboseli National Park is about 400 km2 and is relatively small against the stunning backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. With its vast plains, huge herds of elephants in the background and the backdrop of snow-capped Kilimanjaro, Amboseli is the epitome of Africa in general. This picturesque setting offers the opportunity to snap off photos. The animal wealth is very large buffalo, zebra, antelope, giraffe, wildebeest… Over 400 bird species are counted.

Kilimanjaro National Park

Located in Tanzania and about 6000 m makes the Kilimanjaro the highest mountain in Africa. His name “roof of Africa” was completely justified given to him. He rises above the savannah landscape with its white snow and a beautiful hilltop view. To climb the mountain, one must be immunized against the yellow fever. For the ascent, you need no special mountaineering experience, but a good level of fitness is required. The high altitude can cause problems and the consequent can be high altitude sickness. It takes about 7 - 8 days, mainly because of the acclimatization.

Tsavo Nationalpark

The Tsavo National Parkis located in southern Kenya measuring about 20,000 km2 and is the largest national park in Kenya. The park is divided into two parts: Tsavo East and Tsavo West. Tsavo East is about 12 000 km2. He is known because of the iron-rich soil and dyed red elephants. Tsavo West is scenically varied and approximately 9,000 km2. The landscape varies dramatically between the low mountains, rolling grasslands, forests and lava fields. The Tsavo River crosses the park and provides an ideal habitat for crocodiles and hippos.


Flying-Safari Masai Mara

The Masai Mara is undoubtedly the most famous park in Kenya (about 1700 km2). The Masai Mara Park is the north branch of the Serengeti, and offers with it’s with open grassy savannah an ideal opportunities for wildlife observation. A special attraction is the annual "Great Migration" - the great migration of huge herds of wildebeest, zebras and antelopes. They migrate in search of better grazing grounds in the Serengeti (Tanzania) into the Masai Mara. Up to two million wildebeest cross in endless caravans of the Mara River and are exposed to the threat of crocodiles. Just like their own shadow lions, leopards and hyenas follow them. You will certainly see the Big Five: elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo and rhino. Predators such as cheetahs and leopards, hyenas and jackals, hippos, giraffes, ostrich, wild boar, as well as large herds of zebra and various antelope. You can also book a ride in a balloon. Very expensive, but worth the experience.

Shimba Hills Nationalpark

Shimba Hills National Park is a small national park with only 320 km2  but a nice hilly landscape and is located south of Diani Beach. The up to 400 m hills offer views over the park, here you see next to the giraffes, elephants, leopards, the rare sable antelope. The Sheldrick Falls should definitely be visited.

The Safaris you can book directly at the villa with our tourist guide.

His nickname is Rambo, and in Watamu he is known for his friendly and reliable way. He will also be pleased to organize for you: 
Snorkelling trips and boat 
Day excursions such as Hells Kitchen
City tour to Malindi and Mombasa






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