Amboseli National Park

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At Amboseli National Park, when men and mountains meet, great things happen.

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Amboseli National Park

Amboseli National Park is located on the border with Tanzania exactly at the foot of the majestic Kilimanjaro. Founded in 1968 as a nature reserve, after only 6 years, in 1974 it was declared a National Park.
The landscape is mainly flat, covered with vegetation mostly composed of small clusters of shrubs, palms and marshy areas covered with papyrus plants. This type of habitat facilitates the sighting of the animals that live in the Park.

Among the main specimens that you will be able to spot there are the famous "Big five": lions, leopards, buffaloes, elephants and rhinos; these are just some of the magnificent animals that you will be able to admire. The most daring and patient will be able to take post and Birdwatching to contemplate the various species of birds. These arrive at the Amboseli National Park between October and January in real migratory waves .

Activities & Accommodations
Amboseli National Park

In addition to the classic activities related to our Safaris, Amboseli offers a series of very interesting alternatives including a visit to the Observation Hill and the opportunity to participate in the adrenaline-filled Night Game Drives in the surrounding reserves.

Our guides will be happy to accompany you on a visit to a Masai Village to discover how these real timeless warriors live their daily lives, escaping everything that can lead back to modern society.

Another destination not to be missed for those who come to visit Amboseli is without a shadow of a doubt the Amboseli Elephant Research Project , located in the lap of the park, where the majestic African elephants are at the center of studies, research and conservation of the species.

Last but not least, the majestic Kilimanjaro which, with its 3 volcanic cones (Kibo, Mawenzi and Shiwa) and an altitude of almost 5900 meters, offers its visitors an unmissable and unique spectacle in the its kind. It is the volcano, as well as the highest single mountain on earth. Its top is home to a perennial glacier that gives Kilimanjaro a year-round white hat.

When to visit Amboseli National Park

We suggest you visit this destination between June / September or January / February

Which Safari to choose to admire the Amboseli National Park?

Choose one of these safaris if you want to visit this beautiful destination or find out how to customize your safari by contacting the Enjoycollectionsafari team
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