Amboseli national park

Amboseli national park, the unbelievable kingdom of Kenya sprawls in the North West course of Mount Kilimanjaro bordering Kenya and Tanzania. About 392 square kilometers are commanded mainly by acacia woodland, rocky thorny bush, swamps marshland, and a body of water accumulated in a basin by varying temperatures of moisture creating a lake. Amboseli national park is home to multiple species, including the African elephant, African buffalo, impala, lion, and wildebeest, and is surrounded by nature only Africa provides.

The park is more appreciated for the largest population of elephants and therefore is better known as the home to elephants.


Amboseli National Park is believed to be one of Kenya’s crowns and most called upon national parks. Celebrated for its breathtaking scenery, views of Mount Kilimanjaro Africa’s tallest mountain capped with ice and snow a wonder to behold. 


Besides the veiling of elephants, Amboseli National Park is also quarters to a sizable amount of wildlife that are easily viewed in many areas including observation hill.

Filled with life that include giraffe, lion, cheetah, cape buffalo, spotted hyena, elephant, hippopotamus, impala, blue wildebeest, Thompson gazelle, buffalo and an array of others can be experienced when visiting the park. Among the animals the park is also home to an estimated 400 bird species that include the beautiful flamingo, African swamphen and much much more.


The fringes of Amboseli park is in the company of captivating Masai tribes. Spending time in the Masai village offers an authentic cultural experience. Here you will enjoy  traditional dance, song, taste local dishes and take home some artifacts. An annual showcase of a 7 day Masai gala is also organized in Loitoktok where you can be involved in the Masai traditional practices. In addition, an annual Olympic production is also a major attraction in Kimana Kenya.

Lake Amboseli

Lake Amboseli, a provisional lake in the northwest region, inhabits a substantial chunk of the park. Lake Amboseli is customarily parched during the dry season, however, the rains can also include floods. Lake Amboseli attracts adventurous visitors in search of great campsites perfect for tourists who love camping.

Lake Amboseli

Accommodations that include Kilimanjaro Guest House, cottages, campsites, lodges, luxury tented lodges, and an array of other affordable and lavish settings designed to make one feel quite at home.