Let’s dream together with elephants, lions, leopards… with the most enchanting wildlife. With the magic of Africa, with the spirit of the wild.
Amboseli National Park lies in the North West of Mt. Kilimanjaro, on the border with Tanzania. The park covers 392 km² and forms part of the much larger 3,000 km² Amboseli eco-system. Large concentrations of wildlife inhabit this arid savannah, making Amboseli a magic destination.
The salted lake of Amboseli, most of the time dry, is a large area of dusty desert. Once you crossed this arid dry-lake bed, beautiful green swamps, hidden nature’s treasures irrigated by ground water coming from the largest single mountain of the world, Mt Kilimanjaro, offer an amazing ecosystem, a reminder of paradise and freshness.
The main attraction is the view of elephants grazing in front of the majestic mountain – only visible early in the morning or late afternoon.
The park is home to the Maasai community whose culture and values are an attraction in itself, however this has been punctuated by adversity such as the reallocation of the park’s land by the Kenya Wildlife Services. The park was established in 1974 and covers an area of 392 km square. It forms part of the Amboseli eco- system covering an area of 3000km Square. It is located on the border with Tanzania and Kajiado district, in southern Kenya.