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Watamu is 120 km from Mombasa and 25km from Malindi

 

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Tsavo West National Park

I was separated from the Trans Africa Highway West A109 and railway Monbasa Nairobi, one of the most spectacular views of the park is to Lugard's Falls on the Galana River Falls.
The park is home to giraffes, elephants, zebras, Grant's gazelles, lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffalo among the rarest animals. There are lesser kudu and oryx.
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Amboseli National Park
Located on the border with Tanzania, which opened in 1977
has an area of only 392 square kilometers with a superb view on Kilimanjaro. The national park is famous for its serene beauty and the ease with which you can approach the animals. The dry lake that gives its name to the park fills up only during sporadic rain, is an arid plain and spooky.
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National Park Stavo West
It is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in the world, known in the past for man-eating lions in the middle of the park as a useful reference point is the mountain range Chyulu Range is one of the world's youngest mountain systems formed probably not more than 200 years ago full of extinct volcanoes and lava flows. The most famous inhabitant of the park is the Black Rhino until 8000 lived 30 years ago wiped out by poaching units in the 70 / 80, today, thanks to an ongoing program, the population is in sharp recovery.
The park is home to elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffalos, hyenas, warthogs, giraffes, impala, gazelle, oryx eland and zebra.
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Lake Nakuru National Park
The park covers about 200 square kilometers, the lake is salty and not very deep is located on the Rift Valley, has become completely fenced sanctuary of rhinos, but is famous for the colonies of pelicans and flamingos who will find their perfect habitat.
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Meru National Parck
Established to rehabilitate wildlife in an area among the most battered by the hunters, the park is little visited and outside normal tourist routes, it became known thanks to the novel "Born Free" by Jon Adamson, which tells the story of Elsa the lioness raised a pair of rangers after the hunters have killed his mother, was released from custody (his tomb in the park and can be visited).
Meru Park is perhaps the most savage of Kenya for this deserves to be visited.

National Park West
It is one of the largest wildlife sanctuaries in the world, known in the past for man-eating lions in the middle of the park as a useful reference point is the mountain range Chyulu Range is one of the world's youngest mountain systems formed probably not more than 200 years ago full of extinct volcanoes
and lava flows.
The most famous inhabitant of the park is the Black Rhino until 8000 lived 30 years ago wiped out by poaching units in the 70 / 80, today, thanks to an ongoing program, the population is in sharp recovery.
The park is home to elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, buffalos, hyenas, warthogs, giraffes, impala, gazelle, oryx eland and zebra.