Aberdares National Park – The Ultimate Kenya Wildlife Safari Destination
Are you looking for a stunning Kenya safari? Grab your safari bags and come with me for a Kenya wildlife safari to Aberdares National Park. This Kenya wildlife tour to Aberdares National Park takes us to Kenya which is located in the
eastern region of the African continent along geographical co-ordinates of 0o25’48” S 36o43’57” E. Aberdares National Park Kenya is located in central Kenya and its bordered by Naivasha, Kingono game ranch in the south-west, Ndaragwa and Ndiara border this park in the north. Abendare national park covers 766sqkm. Abendare National Park is found on a higher altitude of about 2000m or 6600ft above sea level to 4000m or 13000ft above sea level. Abendare National Park has V-shaped valleys that are cris-crossed by streams, waterfalls to add to its already dramatic and beautiful scenery
On a Kenya safari to Aberdares National park, you can’t help but fall in love with its spectacular biodiversity of wildlife that you will encounter when you make a Kenya wildlife safari to this great African savanna national park. Some of the attractions that await you on a Kenya safari tour to Aberdares include lions, leopards, elephants, Africa wild dogs, giant forest hog, bushbuck, stripped jackals, elands, olive baboons, black and white colobus and skyes monkey, African golden cat, eastern black rhinos. A birding safari in Kenya gives you an opportunity to see several of the 290 bird species in Aberdare National Park which include African goshawk, Abyssinian crimson wing, African paradise flycatcher, African yellow warbler, augur buzzard, bar-tailed trogon, crowned eagle, African green pigeon, Hartlaub’s turaco, cinnamon chested bee-eater, white-headed wood hoopoe, Narina trogon, silvery cheeked hornbill, African thrush.
A similar Africa safaris tours experience like that in Serengeti national park can be had when you make a Kenya wildlife safari to Masai Mara National Reserve which is connected to the Serengeti national park at its southern boundaries. Other Kenya safari destinations that are worth considering for an epic Africa wildlife safari adventure include Tsavo East National Park, Nairobi National Park, Amboseli National Park and Aberdares National Park and Lake Nakuru National Park. East Africa being country of extensive savanna grassland plains, you still enjoy a similar Africa safaris adventures when you make a Uganda safari to any of Uganda wildlife safari destinations such as Queen Elizabeth national park, Murchison Falls National Park, Kidepo Valley National Park and Lake Mburo National Park. This Uganda safari tour experience gives you an enchanted opportunity to enjoy thrilling encounters with several of the 5 big Africa game which includes lions, leopards, cape buffaloes, African bush elephants and rhinos as well as a variety of other wild mammals. Since Uganda is one of the highly revered Africa birding safari destinations, a Uganda bird watching safari to any of these parks gives chance to catch glimpses of several of the 1070 bird species that roam the skies of this beautiful pearl of Africa. What makes safari in Uganda more enticing to many Uganda safaris tours makers is the possibility of enjoying an Africa gorilla safari adventure in Uganda since Uganda is home to these remarkable gentle giants. Many Africa Wildlife Safari goers who visit Uganda usually ensure to make to have a Uganda gorilla safari experience as they visit Mgahinga Gorilla National park or Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. A gorilla safari Uganda to any of these puts you in the right place to have a fascinating encounter with any of the 19 gorilla families are found here.
When preparing for a Kenya safari to Aberdare National Park, you need to be aware that Aberdares experiences a tropical savannah climate with 2 wet seasons which come in October- November with shorter rains and march to May with longer rains. During this time Aberdare National Park experiences temperatures of lows of 5oC or 41oF and highs of 18oC or 64oF. The dry season comes around in the months of January- February and June- September in which this area experiences average temperatures of lows of 15oC or 59oF and highs of 17oC or 64oF.
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