10 Wild Animals You Will Most Probably See While On Your Kenya Safari
Elephants are the largest land mammals who can be seen in most of Kenya’s national parks and game reserves.
Lion is the king of jungle and one of the most sort after wildlife in Kenya. A visit to Tsavo East from the coast can lead to sighting of lions. Most of other parks also host lions, Masai Mara leading with highest concentration of lions.
African cape Buffalo is one of the Big Five wildlife you will encounter in your visit to any Kenya’s national parks and game reserves.
Giraffe is the tallest land mammal with amazing long neck and patterns that distinguish the species; Masai, Rothschild and Reticulated Giraffes. All can be found in different wildlife conservation and parks.
Zebra, most loved wildlife for it’s color pattern, can also be found in plenty in our Kenya’s national parks and game reserves. There are 2 species found in Kenya, the plain zebra and grevy’s zebra. Grevy’s zebra are mostly found in Northern part of Kenya.
One of the antelopes found in almost all Kenya’s national parks and game reserves, the Impala. Can be seen in large female herds with one male in control of the herd.
One of the largest non-flying birds found in Kenya, Ostrich are good to see while on your Kenya safari.
Found in water bodies, Hippopotamus spend most of their day in water. Can be found in majority of Kenya’s national parks and game reserves.
Cheetah, fastest land mammal, is among the big cats that can be seen on a Kenya safari.
One of the big five, leopard is very nocturnal but can be found in major national parks and game reserves.
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