Amboseli National Park, the fountain of Kilimanjaro Royal Court believed to be not only the highest in Africa, but also the highest free-standing mountain in the world one can ever wish visit for a Kenya Mountaineering destination on a holiday tour stepping in a superlative scenery formerly known as the Maasai Amboseli Game Reserve, and covers over 39,206 hectares with unending serene of Kenya wildlife that straddles up to the Tanzania borders.
Amboseli National Park features an extraordinary range of landscape interest with its exceptional Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak normally visited by hundreds of our travelers who prefer the Savannah’s inviting mothers nature store that has it all, from its iconic large herds of African Elephants and the whole tranquility of its five habitat ranges inclusive of Marshy wetlands, the dried-up Pleistocene creek bed of Lake Amboseli, the Sulphur Springs and the and semiarid vegetation formed up by the Savannah and woodlands.
Nature lovers find it a rewarding opportunity to rush into the wilderness, sometimes to even take a mule ride in the Open Savannah or even hiking the highest free-standing mountain in the world. A chance to this wilderness gives enormous sightings to view the large herds of elephants profoundly the best place in Africa with a highest concentration.
The glass floor vegetation is always sparse due to the long, dry months in the area and will get you eye to eye with it all. The game is not for the faint of heart, but the adrenaline rush is unforgettable as you encounter with the lion, Cape buffalo, spotted hyena, zebra, wildebeest, impala, cheetahs, Masai giraffe, bush elephants and the whole host of large and small bird species.
Amboseli National Park is dotted with alot of Kenya Culture, there is an opportunity to visit the Maasai village inhabited by the Maasai People, and these are among the best known local African populations due to their Contemporary Maasai culture, their indigenous lifestyle and their residence near the game parks of the African Great Lakes, and their distinctive customs and dress.
The name “Amboseli” is a Maasai word, which literally means “salty dust”, could it be that the Savannah holds dust which is salty? We shall find out when visit Amboseli National Park and be briefed by one of the Maasai guide who has lived in this savannah for a quiet long time and knows the authentic taste of this wilderness.
When to Visit
Amboseli National Park is a year-round destination for all our travelers, the Savannah records generally warm temperatures throughout the year. With its roads having loose surfaces of volcanic soil that is dusty in the dry season and impassable in the wet season. Popular times for wildlife viewing include the drier months (Jul–Oct), when vegetation is reduced and animals congregate at water sources, however you will still have a winning experience when you Visit in other seasons. The park has 2 rainy seasons (March–May and November–December), when heavier rains may make roads impassable sometimes. For bird lovers, Peak bird watching Safari Kenya season is October–January, when migratory species inhabit the park.
Amboseli National Park Park Accomodation.
The savannah serves all accommodation ranges from budget, midrange and Luxury. One is rest assured of plenty of ways to make the most of his/her days while on a Kenya Safari holiday, from adrenaline pumping mountain attractions to family pleasing events and entertainment around the lodges. The Accommodation includes Self Catering, Campsites, and Privately owned lodges. African Adventure travellers will aid you arrange and tailor your Itinerary.
Amboseli National Park is seen in the southern Kenya. It’s known for its large herds of African elephant and it’s mouthwatering views of the voluminous sky piercing Mount Kilimanjaro, that hugs borders with Tanzania. The Observation Hill isan ideal iconic position for panorama views of the peak and the park’s entire plains. The recored Varied wildlife includes; lions, Impalas, giraffes, zebras, cheetahs and hundreds of bird species. The western section is dominated by te dried-up Pleistocene lake Lake Amboseli.
Activities in the Park: Bird watching, Bush Camping, Game Viewing(Inclusive of Big 5), Photography, Scenic View, Community Visits(Maasai People)