Home of The African Elephants

Amboseli lies right away north-west of Kilimanjaro, on the border with the United Republic of Tanzania. The Park covers 392 sq Kilometres and forms a part of a lot of larger 3,000 sq Kilometres Amboseli ecosystem. Large concentrations of wildlife occur here within the time of year, creating Amboseli a beloved holidaymaker destination.

It’s encircled by six communally owned clustered ranches.

The parkland embodies 5 main life habitats (open plains, tree dry land, rocky thorn bush country, swamps, and marshland) and covers a part of a Pleistocene lake basin, now dry.

Amboseli is renowned for its game and its nice scenic beauty; the landscape is dominated by the high Mt. Kilimanjaro. Inside this basin may be a temporary lake, Lake Amboseli, that floods throughout years of significant downfall.

Major Attractions: Mount Kilimanjaro; Observation Hill that permits associate overall read of the full park particularly the swamps and elephants; Swamp below observation hill hosts several elephants, buffaloes, hippos and a spread of waterfowl like pelican; Egyptian goose; modern Masai culture and native lifestyle; herds of elephants.

Wildlife: Amboseli has over 80 different mammals to be found ranging from the tiny (and rarely seen) spectacled elephant shrew to the huge bulk of the African elephant. Few visitors will go home without fantastic elephant pictures with Kilimanjaro as a backdrop. There are over 400 bird species.

Where to stay – Amboseli incorporates a variety of accommodation to suit all budgets, tastes, and interests.

When to go: The Park is open year-round and perpetually accessible by road or air.

Best time to visit: The best life viewing is throughout the season (June – October). This is often the time the animals flock to the marshes, lakes, and different water holes.

Recommended Safaris

We recommend the following safari packages that take you through the Amboseli National Park.

You can also contact us via Email or WhatsApp if you wish to tailor-make your safari.