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Ol Kinyei Conservancy, Masaai Mara
The Ol Kinyei Conservancy covers an area of 17,500 acres within the former 200,000 acre Ol Kinyei Group Ranch in the greater Mara ecosystem. 
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Selenkay Conservancy, Amboseli
16 kms north of the northern boundary of Amboseli Park is the 15,000 acres Selenkay Conservancy. The Conservancy is one of the pioneers of community conservation in Kenya. 
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Laikipia
Increasingly acknowledged as one of the most important areas for biodiversity in Kenya, wildlife population densities in the Laikipia region and Ewaso eco-system now rank second to the internationally renowned Maasai Mara...
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South and Central Island National Parks
These remote and wild parks, along with Sibiloi National Park, are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The park offers visitors some stunning scenery and excellent bird-watching opportunities with flamingos, pelicans and water birds.
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Bisanadi National Reserve
Bisanadi National Reserve acts as a wildlife dispersal area for Meru National Park. It is a part of the Meru, Kora, Mwingi and Bisanadi conservation area, adjacent to northeast boundary of Meru, Isiolo district, covering an area of 606 square km.
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Shimba Hills National Reserve
Shimba Hills were gazetted as a National Forest in 1903, grassland areas were incorporated in 1924 and several subsequent extensions took place to bring the reserve to its present size.
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Arabuko Sokoke Forest National Park
Arabuko Sokoke is a few kilometres inland, between the towns of Kilifi and Malindi, 110 km north of Mombasa. It is the largest existing fragment of the tropical forests that once covered much of the East African coast...
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Kora National Reserve
This triangle of dense woodland and scrub is limited along its 65 km northern boundary by the Tana River, which rises in the highlands between the Aberdares and Mount Kenya, before commencing its 700 km passage to the Indian Ocean.
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Kakamega Forest National Reserve
Kakamega Forest was established to protect Kenya’s only mid-altitude tropical rainforest – as the forest contains many species found nowhere else in the country...
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Nasolot National Reserve
There are some spectacular views to be had, although most of the reserve is plains. Because of its remote location there are few visitors.
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Mwingi National Reserve
Mwingi has been designated a Wilderness Activity Zone by Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) which allows for fly camping, camel and horseback safaris as opportunities for traditional game viewing are extremely limited...
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Mount Elgon National Park
Mount Elgon is Kenya’s second highest mountain. It lies 140 km north-east of Lake Victoria and is bisected by the Kenya-Uganda border. An ancient eroded volcano with a huge caldera, its summit has the spectacular flat-topped basalt column known as Koitobos
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Ndere Island National Park
Ndere Island, a newly gazetted park, is an island just off the northern shore of Lake Victoria and was opened in November 1986. Ndere means ‘meeting place’ in the language of the local Luo tribe...
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Mwea National Reserve
The reserve was gazetted in 1976 covering an area north-west of Kamburu Dam at the confluence of Tana and Thiba rivers.
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Marsabit National Park
Marsabit National Reserve covers an area of 1,500 square km and consists of a forested mountain that rises like an oasis in the middle of the desert wilderness and is the only source of permanent surface water in the region.
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Chyulu Hills National Park
The Chyulu Hills are situated 190 km south-east of Nairobi and 30 km south-west of Kibwezi. They are of relatively recent volcanic origin and the range is composed of ash cones and craters...
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Meru National Park
Meru is a savanna National Park, 35 km east of Maua town in the north eastern lowlands below the Nyambeni hills.
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Tana River Primate Reserve
The reserve consists mainly of patches of riperian forest extending for 16 km along the meandering course of the Lower Tana River, 350 km east of Nairobi and 240 km north of Mombasa.
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South Turkana National Reserve.
South Turkana National Reserve is a rugged and very beautiful expanse of land with very few visitors consisting of dense thorn bushes and riverine forests, the landscape has a great variety, especially away from the seasonal riverbeds.
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Ruma National Park - Last retreat of the Roan Antelope
Ruma national park was established mainly to protect the Roan antelope, common only to this park.
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