Tag Archive 'Tsavo National Park'

New Kipalo is Open!

New Camp, Kipalo, has opened in Kenya’s Tsavo West National Park. Five years ago the community living in the Mbulia Group Ranch decided that they wanted to begin a tourism initiative on their land and so 12, 000 acres of land was leased from the community to create Mbulia Conservancy where Kipalo is situated. The […]

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The latest aerial wildlife census of the Tsavo National Park has confirmed that the elephant population is stable.  The count was 12 572 – up by just under a thousand from the last census on 2008.  This is a 2% increase, which is slightly less than other years – probably due to the increased demand […]

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Top 5 National Parks in Kenya

Kenya is the home of authentic, classic African safaris.  The wildlife and beautiful contrasting scenery never fails to impress first time and returning safari enthusiasts.    Here are our top 5 favourite national parks. 1)      Amboseli National Reserve The Amboseli National Park is situated in the Kajiado District in the Rift Valley Province and measures 392 […]

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The Kenya Wildlife Service will spend £10 million to construct pans and boreholes at the Tsavo National Park.  The park covers 62% of the total land in the county and has a population of 12,572 elephants.  Human wildlife conflict has increased lately because animals have had to roam further into human settlements to find water.  […]

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Wildlife authorities have recently announced an increase in elephant numbers. This is despite an increase in poaching and a severe drought.  The population in the Tsavo ecosystem has increased from 11,696 to 12,572 in three years – an increase of around two percent.  “This has happened on the backdrop of a very bad drought,” said […]

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Tsavo National Park

The Tsavo National Park is one of Kenya’s oldest and largest covering an area larger than Wales. It is named after the Tsavo River which runs from west to east through the park, bordering the Chyulu Hills National Park and the Mkomazi Game Reserve in Tanzania. It is located about 100 miles south east of […]

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