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aberdare_national_park_kenya_safari Game viewing in the Aberdare National Park.
aberdare_elephants_kenya_safari Elephant collecting at a water souce in the Aberdare.

The Aberdare National Park

Why take a luxury safari in the Aberdare National Park in Kenya

The Aberdare National Park was founded in 1950 and covers 767 square kilometres of the Aberdare mountain range just 160kilometres north of Nairobi. The park is remote with just two exclusive safari lodges to choose from which offer a very personal and luxury safari in Kenya.

The park is the highest in Africa and the mountain ranges soar to around 14,000 ft before falling into deep valleys with streams and cascading rivers teeming with trout. The landscape here is very diverse with a fantastic range of flora and fauna. The Aberdare rainforest areas are home to an array animals such as elephant, buffalo, giant forest hog the endangered Black Rhino and also the Bongo a rare and elusive forest antelope.

At 10,000 ft. the bamboo forests fall away into moorland, home to the eland, spotted and melanistic serval cats. Gameviewing in the Aberdare is very rewarding you are likely to see lion and leopard to baboon and black and white colobus and sykes monkeys are frequent sightings. Occasionally there are sightings of the Golden Cat. The park is also a bird spotters paradise with over 250 species recorded, including Jackson's Francolin, sparrow hawk, African goshawk, eagles, sunbirds and plovers.

The Aberdare national park is ideal for a walking safari in Kenya in addition you can enjoy fantastic game drives, fishing and horseriding in this stunningly scenic surroundings. The landscape is vast, diverse and emits the very strong feeling of remote Kenya in essence.

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